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Failure To Make Financial Disclosure On Divorce – A Cautionary Tale
Faced with a recalcitrant husband, the court in LFL v LSL (McKenzie Friends: breach of court orders) [2017] EWFC B62 offered a reminder of the impact of litigation misconduct in family proceedings.
UK
14 Feb 2018
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Pre-Action Disclosure Of Insurance Policies And The Peel Port Case: A Timely Reminder
Associate Martin Cox considers the recent High Court decision of Peel Port Shareholder Finance Company Ltd v Dornoch Ltd, in which the court declined to exercise its discretion ...
UK
9 Feb 2018
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Breach Of Duty: Evaluating The Standard Of Care Now Expected Of Medical Professionals
The legal principles behind breach of duty by medical professionals are well established and have developed since the landmark decision in Bolam in 1957.
UK
1 Feb 2018
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Brain Injury Claimants And Mental Capacity – An Expert's Guide
Lacking mental capacity can have a profound impact on a person's needs and in turn an expert's recommendations for the future.
UK
26 Jan 2018
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Statement On Behalf Of The Rajib Family
Defendant sentenced to 16 months for causing serious injury by dangerous driving following Eid celebration crash
UK
25 Jan 2018
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SIAC's Proposal For A Protocol On Cross-Institutional Consolidation Of Arbitrations: Too Much Complexity To Be Beneficial?
One of the characteristics of international arbitration that users sometimes find frustrating is the very limited potential to consolidate into a single arbitration disputes ...
UK
16 Jan 2018
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New Proposal For Consolidation Of Arbitrations By SIAC
In December 2017, the Singapore International Arbitration Centre launched a consultation process for the introduction of a protocol pursuant to which arbitral institutions would agree on the consolidation ...
UK
16 Jan 2018
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Time For An Overhaul – A Proposal To Update The Disclosure Regime In Civil Litigation
The Disclosure Working Group (DWG) has proposed amendments to Part 31 of the Civil Procedure Rules following concerns about the "perceived excessive cost, scale and complexity of disclosure".
UK
12 Jan 2018
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Full Compensation & The Discount Rate: Revisited
The Justice Committee acknowledges early in its recent report, issued as part of its inquiry into draft legislation related to the personal injury discount rate ...
UK
11 Jan 2018
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Misdiagnosis Of Lymphoma Of The Spine Leading To Paraplegia – Our Client's Story
For many years AX had enjoyed working as a secondary school maths teacher and later as an educational consultant.
UK
21 Dec 2017
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Full Compensation And The Discount Rate (Pt 3)
It is highly unlikely that the proposed legislation to implement changes to the personal injury discount rate will achieve the Government's stated objective ...
UK
14 Dec 2017
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Investment In The Sub-Saharan Energy Sector: A Promising Future For Arbitration?
Associate Veronica Connolly and trainee Richard Swan of the International Arbitration team identify issues that can contribute to disputes in the power sector in sub-Saharan Africa ...
UK
8 Dec 2017
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Challenges And Opportunities For New Arbitration Centres
Philippa Charles writes in the Scottish Arbitration Centre's newsletter about the challenges and opportunities that exist for newer or smaller arbitration jurisdictions.
UK
6 Dec 2017
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Stockholm Chamber Of Commerce To Provide Decisions On Arbitrator Challenges
The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce has announced that it will provide reasons for its decisions on challenges to arbitrators, making it the third institution to do so.
Sweden
28 Nov 2017
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New Torts – Principle And Pragmatism In Uncharted Territory
Tom Matusiak and Harriet Chapman look at some new torts created by judges in recent years
UK
23 Nov 2017
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Financial Interests When Separating – ‘Make Your Intentions Known'
Senior associate Lucy Gould reviews the recent case of Davis v Jackson [2017] EWHC 698 (Ch), in which the court determined the beneficial interests a separated (but not divorced) married couple each held in a property.
UK
23 Nov 2017
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Financial Interests When Separating – ‘Make Your Intentions Known'
Senior associate Lucy Gould reviews the recent case of Davis v Jackson [2017] EWHC 698 (Ch), in which the court determined the beneficial interests a separated (but not divorced)...
UK
22 Nov 2017
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Expert Evidence Hot-Tubbing Is Here To Stay
The court has had the power to order that experts give evidence concurrently (also known as "hot-tubbing") since the amendment to the Practice Direction to CPR Part 35 in April 2013.
UK
22 Nov 2017
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Establishing Negligence In Clinical Negligence Cases
Doctors owe a duty of care to their patient.
UK
22 Nov 2017
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Are You Being Served? Civil Procedure Rules – Service Of A Claim Form
Service of the Claim Form should be a straightforward exercise. However, as a number of recent cases have shown...
UK
22 Nov 2017
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