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Consumer Class Actions - Global perspectives

Australia, United Kingdom, USA - March 24 2021 Whilst class actions have been traditionally associated with US litigation, they have become an Increasingly prominent feature of both the UK and…

Neil Blake, Natasha Johnson, Michael Kelly, Kate Macmillan, Gregg Rowan, Benjamin Rubinstein, Leah Watterson, Danielle Wu

Insurance and Reinsurance Disputes Annual Review 2020

European Union, United Kingdom - February 11 2021 2020 also saw some significant changes proposed to two important procedural aspects of litigation the preparation of witness statements and…

Greig Anderson, Jenny Andrews, Priya Aswani, Hugh Bannister, David Bennett, Neil Blake, Aviv Boonin, Chris Bushell, Amy Cave, Bianca Chang, Simon Clarke, Stephen Conyers, Andrew Cooke, Julian Copeman, Clive Cunningham, Nikita Davé, Anthony Dempster, Harry Edwards, Julie Farley, Peter Frost, William Gibson, Joanna Giza, Anna Henderson, Damien Byrne Hill, Barnaby Hinnigan, Michael Hunt, Sarah Irons, Natasha Johnson, David Jones, Chris Parker KC, Paul Lewis, Kate Macmillan, Geoffrey Maddock, John Mathew, Alison Matthews, Holly McCann, Maura McIntosh, Sarah McNally, Richard Mendoza, Rutger Metsch, Robert Moore, Ceri Morgan, Grant Murtagh, Alexander Oddy, Olivia Odubanjo, Jonah Oliver, Jan O'Neill, Arpen Pansari, Nick Pantlin, Anish Patel, Antonia Pegden, Sarah Penfold, Anna Pertoldi, André Pretorius, Kevin Pullen, Emma Reid, David Reston, Isabel Rigby, Dan Saunders, Wendy Saunders, Tristan Smith, Mark Staley, Howard Watson, Alan Watts, Rachelle Waxman, John Whiteoak

Covid-19: pressure points: will this be a valid basis for avoiding contractual obligations? (global)

Global - March 25 2020 With the continuing rise in the number of cases of COVID-19 worldwide declared to be a pandemic by WHO, in addition to obvious implications of the…

Artjom Buligin, Maria Dolotova, Danil Guryanov, Natasha Johnson, Robert Moore, Anna Sokolova

COVID-19 pressure points: Will this be a valid basis for avoiding contractual obligations?

Hong Kong, United Kingdom - March 25 2020 With the continuing rise in the number of cases of COVID-19 worldwide declared to be a pandemic by WHO, in addition to obvious implications of the…

Natasha Johnson, Robert Moore

Covid-19 Global: will the outbreak/virus be a valid basis for avoiding contractual obligations?

Global - March 3 2020 With the continuing rise in the number of cases of COVID-19 worldwide, in addition to obvious implications of the outbreak for individuals, businesses…

Natasha Johnson, Robert Moore