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What Does A Duty To Act In Good Faith Mean?
In England there is no overriding law or principal of law that we must act in good faith to one another.
UK
5 Jan 2017
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Paying Parties: Don't Put Off Payment Forever By Repeatedly Requesting Further Information
AMD, an M&E works subcontractor, was engaged by Cumberland for works at Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, London. AMD sought payment of a final account.
UK
14 Dec 2016
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Brexit - Implications For Commercial Litigation
Disputes often have at their core a commercial contract, entered into between two or more parties, for the supply of goods or services.
UK
22 Jul 2016
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Practitioners Overlook Arbitration When Resolving Patent Infringement
Recognised arbitral bodies are responsible for promoting the multitude of advantages arbitration employs as a preferred choice for patent disputes.
UK
21 May 2014
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Mediation Update – Refusal To Mediate
Mediation is a process by which an independent third party helps parties to a dispute resolve it. Mediation is voluntary and the parties can decide whether to settle or not and if so, the terms.
UK
3 Feb 2014
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Ad Hoc Adjudication
This case looked at whether a party can accept the adjudicator's jurisdiction by paying the adjudicator's fee up front.
UK
8 Jan 2013
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Can You Refuse To Mediate?
In its recent decision in Swain Mason and others v Mills & Reeve, the Court of Appeal gave some encouragement to parties wishing to decline to enter into mediation to resolve their disputes.
UK
24 Jul 2012
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Disputes Over Trust Property Surge As Impact Of Stock Market Crash Continues
Legal disputes over assets, such as property and shares, held in trusts have continued to soar as fall-out from the stock market and property market slump continues says Wedlake Bell, the City law firm.
UK
3 Nov 2011
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