Class action data breach litigation under CPR 19.6 is given the green light by the Court of Appeal in Lloyd v Google

http://www.twobirds.com/en/disputes-plus/shared/articles/2019/uk/class-action-data-breach-litigation-under-cpr-19-6

The recent judgment by the English Court of Appeal in Lloyd v Google LLC [2019] EWCA Civ 1599, a large-scale data breach claim, provides helpful insight into the operation of CPR 19.6.

05 December 2019

Dispute Resolution London Update July 2019

http://www.twobirds.com/en/disputes-plus/shared/articles/2019/uk/dispute-resolution-london-update-july-2019

Our London disputes team is delighted to provide you with the latest edition of our Dispute Resolution bulletin featuring articles on topical dispute resolution issues, recent legal developments and an introduction as to why we are 'In Your Corner'. In ...

23 July 2019

Ministry of Justice to review televised proceedings in lower courts

http://www.twobirds.com/en/disputes-plus/shared/articles/2018/uk/ministry-of-justice-to-review-televised-proceedings-in-lower-courts

The Ministry of Justice is set to review the restrictions on televised court proceedings in the lower courts. After recent high profile cases, such as the Tommy Robinson contempt of court proceedings, it has become clear that legal proceedings can be ...

03 October 2018

Dispensing of Service of Claim Forms in Exceptional Circumstances – Havlish v Islamic Republic of Iran et al

http://www.twobirds.com/en/disputes-plus/shared/articles/2018/global/dispensing-of-service-of-claim-forms-in-exceptional-circumstances

In June, the High Court handed down a judgment which provided further insight into when a party can claim "exceptional circumstances" and so dispense with service of (in this case) a claim form pursuant to CPR 6.16.

06 August 2018