The High Court has ruled on the law applicable to claims brought by German railway operator Deutsche Bahn and six other claimants against MasterCard
The UK Government's most recent position paper shows a clear desire to continue civil judicial co-operation with EU member states
On 28 July 2016, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU), in VKI v Amazon EU Sárl (Case C-19115), reconfirmed its earlier decision in Weltimmo
The events of past weeks have brought into sharp focus the seemingly different attitudes held by a majority of the UK population compared to other EU
The tenth anniversary of the EU Council Regulation on insolvency proceedings (EC No 13462000) has arrived amidst wide debate surrounding whether the regulation remains valid and current in its existing form.
The European Commission has published for consultation a "feasibility study" by an Expert Group which includes a 189-article draft code that could become a new body of contract law (the European Contract Law).
Most insurance policies will specify the law of a particular country which the insurers have decided should govern any disputes under the policy and the jurisdictioncourts in which proceedings are to be brought.
The United Kingdom's Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has issued guidance on Regulation 5932008EC on the law applicable to contractual obligations, commonly referred to as Rome I, which came into force in the United Kingdom on 17 December 2009.
Parties entering into commercial agreements should be aware of the practical implications of this new EU Regulation.