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Burges Salmon LLP | United Kingdom | 16 Jan 2024

When is a deed not a deed?

The English courts have continued their slow-burning development of the law around valid execution of deeds in a judgment handed down in the High…
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RPC | United Kingdom | 19 Sep 2023

High Court refuses to grant anti-suit injunction in support of French-seated ICC arbitration

The High Court has refused to grant an anti-suit injunction (ASI) in support of an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) arbitration seated in France. The decision in SQD v QYP underlines that parties should ensure that arbitrations are seated in England or another jurisdiction that issues ASIs to mitigate the risk that a party may commence parallel proceedings in a state court.
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Mayer Brown | United Kingdom | 27 Jul 2023

Changes to contracted-out rights - appeal of High Court decision

In June 2023, the High Court held that amendments to certain post-April 1997 contracted-out rights (section 9(2B) rights) that were not accompanied by…
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Belgium, Canada, etc. | 1 May 2023

Employment: key updates and developments (25 Apr – 1 May)

The UK High Court decides that a nursing strike is partly unlawful, a US court rules that Uber drivers are subject to arbitration, and Ontario introduces employee protections at construction site restrooms – plus other key updates.
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RPC | United Kingdom | 28 Mar 2023

High Court decides that issues for disclosure are not limited to "contemporaneous documents" under PD 57AD

The High Court recently held that parties' disclosure obligations are not limited to documents that are strictly contemporaneous with the issues in dispute at trial, despite the explicit reference to "contemporaneous documents" in paragraph 7.6 of Practice Direction 57. For parties seeking to challenge the scope of the relevant disclosure obligations, the judgment illustrates that technical......
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D Young & Co LLP | United Kingdom | 17 Nov 2022

Monster Dawg crushed by Red Bull: High Court appeal for RED DAWG fails

Monster Energy Company (Monster), listed as the number 1 “All Time Biggest Bully” on the trademarkia.com website, is a manufacturer of energy drinks…
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Hogan Lovells | United Kingdom | 9 Nov 2022

Continuing or cured? The suspension of swap payments following an event of default may not be unlimited

The High Court of England and Wales has recently provided welcome clarification around the nature of events of default under derivatives contracts…
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Crowell & Moring LLP | United Kingdom | 4 Nov 2022

When Is an Event of Default “Continuing”?

Over a decade after Lehman’s insolvency, the English High Court handed down a key judgement in Grant v FR Acquisitions Corporation (Europe) Ltd on 11…
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Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom | 4 Nov 2022

UK High Court provides clarity on registration of colour trade marks

The High Court has handed down a decision allowing Cadbury to register two trade marks for the colour purple defined by the Pantone number and the c…
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Addleshaw Goddard LLP | United Kingdom | 1 Nov 2022

Technol-AG - October 2022

Following on from the White Paper on Artificial Intelligence, the European Commission has published a Proposal for an Artificial Intelligence…
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