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By Nigel Brook
A disclosing party redacted certain documents on the basis that they were covered by legal advice privilege. The documents related to the party's attempts over a 5 year period to obtain litigation funding.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge rules that hearing should not be fixed to take account of counsel's availability in group litigation. When the date for the first CMC in this group litigation case was ordered ...
By Dean Carrigan, Nitesh Patel, David Moore
The new notifiable data breach (NDB) regime comes into force on 22 February 2018. Clyde & Co's national cyber team has prepared a series of articles highlighting key issues ...
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge holds that arbitration notice was not effectively served on a party's employee. The claimant company sought to set aside an arbitration award on the basis that it had taken ...
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge considers whether discussions with litigation funders are privileged. A disclosing party redacted certain documents on the basis that they were covered by legal advice privilege.
By Nick Dent, Ruth Bonino
On 10th November, the Employment Appeal Tribunal confirmed that Uber drivers were workers and not self-employed contractors, thereby entitling them to certain employment rights ...
By Adrian Low, Justine Reeves
The draft UAE Executive Regulations provide two immediate action points – register for VAT as soon as possible and review your contractual position.
By Gerald Yee, Ik Wei Chong
新加坡高等法院在 "The Eurohope"([2017] SGHC 218) 案中(以下简称"Eurohope")认定,当扣船的唯一目的是为境外法院诉讼程序提供担保,扣船将构成"滥用程序",新加坡法院
By Gerald Yee, Ik Wei Chong, Prakash Nair
In The Eurohope there was a charterparty containing an exclusive jurisdiction clause in favour of the High Court of London.
By Kate Swart, Rob Scott
On 10 November 2017 the Minister of Environmental Affairs published Proposed Regulations Pertaining to the Financial Provision for Prospecting, Exploration, Mining or Production Operations for public comment.
By Deon Francis
In the recent decision of MEC, Health and Social Development, Gauteng v DZ [2017] ZACC 37, the Constitutional Court considered the potential benefits of allowing defendants to pay future medical expenses ...
By Sara Khoja, Sarit Thomas
Regulating work in private households is a difficult and sensitive issue which historically has not fallen within the remit of the Labour Ministries in the GCC.
By Jonathan Chaimovic
The Government has published a Technical Note on citizens' rights which seeks to clarify aspects of its proposal for EU citizens' rights post Brexit. However, uncertainties remain.
By James Roberts, Tim Crockford
In one of the first cases to apply the long established SAAMCO principles recently clarified by the Supreme Court in the widely reported case BPE Solicitors v Hughes-Holland [2017] UKSC 21 ("BPE")...
By Charles Urquhart, Corinna Harris
Currently, termination payments over £30,000 are subject to income tax but not National Insurance Contributions.
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