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RPC | United Kingdom | 3 May 2022

Irrelevant to any issue in the proceedings? High Court orders complete re-review of party's redactions under disclosure pilot scheme

In a recent judgment, the High Court reiterated the test that a party must meet in order to redact documents under the disclosure pilot scheme (Practice Direction 51U), emphasising that a party can only redact material that is irrelevant to all of the issues in the proceedings, not just to the issues for disclosure.
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Stevens & Bolton LLP | United Kingdom | 26 Apr 2022

Exclusion clauses: Court of Appeal awards significant damages for wasted expenditure

The recent Court of Appeal judgment in Soteria Insurance limited (formerly CIS General Insurance Limited (CISGIL)) v IBM United Kingdom Limited 2022…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Central & South America, etc. | 22 Apr 2022

Trademark and copyright: key updates for in-house teams (Apr 2022)

StockX responds to claims that NFT sales infringe Nike’s trademark, Ed Sheeran wins his High Court copyright case, and the US reports on IP and the US economy – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, European Union, South Korea, etc. | 1 Apr 2022

Samsung loses fight to litigate LG cartel contribution claim in UK

A UK appellate court has confirmed that English courts should not hear Samsung’s attempt to force LG to pay most of a settlement agreement related to the LCD cartel, despite acknowledging that there may be no relevant witnesses or evidence in Asia.
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RPC | United Kingdom | 15 Mar 2022

Court of Appeal draws distinction between claims for recovery of tax and restitution for tax paid out fraudulently

The Court of Appeal recently investigated in detail the operation of rule 3(1) of Dicey, Morris & Collins on the Conflict of Laws (edition 15) (Dicey rule 3), which provides that English courts do not have jurisdiction over actions for "the enforcement, either directly or indirectly, of a penal, revenue, or other public law of a foreign State". This case was an appeal by the Danish tax......
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Lexology PRO | Australia, European Union, Hungary, etc. | 14 Mar 2022

COVID-19: key consumer protection developments (Mar 2022)

Regulators and governments around the world address consumer harm connected to the pandemic including misleading product claims and COVID-19 related fraud.
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Lexology PRO | Cayman Islands, China, Global, etc. | 8 Mar 2022

UK GDPR TikTok class action to go ahead

A judge has allowed service of a representative action against non-UK TikTok defendants, with a hearing about a potential early dismissal of the full case to be heard in June 2022.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 2 Mar 2022

UK tribunal issues guidance on ‘super-confidential’ material

The UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has published guidance on how it intends to handle “super-confidential or super-sensitive material” during proceedings, two months after the country's new foreign investment screening regime came into force.
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Macfarlanes LLP | United Kingdom | 24 Feb 2022

Choose your words carefully: amending dispute resolution provisions

A helpful reminder of the need to be careful when amending the dispute resolution provisions of a long-term contract (Surrey County Council v Suez…
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RPC | United Kingdom | 22 Feb 2022

Where's the damage? High Court dismisses jurisdiction challenge in $495 million claim

In a recent case, the High Court dismissed UBS's challenge to jurisdiction in a $495 million claim, and gave useful guidance as to "where the damage has occurred" in cases of economic loss: claims relating to margin calls in London should be heard in the English courts.
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