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  1. Legal news
    24 September 2020
    Cross-border: Is business interruption as a result of COVID-19 insured? An important ruling in the UK and the state of affairs in other countries

    Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, many companies around the world have been closed or have been forced to cut production dramatically. In the UK in particular, the question has arisen as to whether ...

  2. Legal news
    29 June 2020
    What effect might the UK’s Business interruption insurance test case have on similar cases over coverage in Hong Kong

    The United Kingdom's conduct regulator for insurers (and its intermediaries), the Financial Conduct Authority (the "FCA"), is seeking a court declaration to resolve contractual uncertainty in business interruption ...

  3. Legal news
    20 April 2018
    UK Supreme Court adds to the bite of Worldwide Freezing Orders

    The UK Supreme Court judgment in JSC BTA Bank v Khrapunov [2018] UKSC 19 was handed down on 21 March 2018.

  4. Legal news
    24 January 2020
    A Look at HMRC's Criminal Investigatory tools

    HMRC have various powers at their disposal which they can use to gather evidence during an investigation. HMRC officers have similar powers to that of the police under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) to ...

  5. Legal news
    21 December 2020
    Landmark Supreme Court decision takes an applicant-friendly approach to collective proceedings

    The UK Supreme Court has handed down a landmark judgment, Mastercard v Merricks, finding that the CAT incorrectly rejected an application for certification to bring collective proceedings. This decision sets out ...

  6. Legal news
    02 December 2019
    Dispute Resolution UK Update - December 2019

    Our UK disputes team is delighted to send you the latest edition of our Dispute Resolution Update featuring a selection of our articles on topical issues and recent legal developments.

  7. Legal news
    22 November 2019
    Case notes: Landmark ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on validity of airport charges

    The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has rendered a landmark decision ruling that airports must not agree with individual airport users preferential airport charges different from those approved by the ...

  8. Legal news
    23 July 2019
    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 ...