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Much needs to be rebuilt and renewed in Myanmar, including its legal system.
The LCIA has published in final form its new arbitration rules, which will apply to arbitrations commenced after 1 October 2014.
The Global Law Intelligence Unit is a faculty of expert Allen & Overy lawyers dedicated to cross-border law and to helping solve the puzzles of multi-jurisdictional law.
The Court of Appeal has outlined the approach that should be taken by the court when a party seeks relief from a sanction that has been imposed for a failure to comply with any rule or court order.
Despite the progress that has been made towards launching the European unitary patent system and the Unified Patent Court, Spain continues to actively oppose the changes.
High Court allows application for permission to bring judicial review proceedings relating to the jurisdiction of the FOS
Sarah Hitchins considers the High Court’s decision to allow an application for permission to bring judicial review proceedings relating to the jurisdiction of the FOS.
Following the 2008 financial crisis, there has been greater focus by commercial parties on dispute resolution provisions in transaction documents.
Good faith and employee communications — landmark ruling in IBM UK Holdings Ltd and IBM UK Ltd v Dalgleish and others
Employers undertaking pension scheme benefit change processes need to give careful consideration to the overall impression they give and to member expectations.
HMRC’s policy on reclaiming VAT on investment management and other costs remains under review in the light of two recent decisions from the CJEU.
US congressmen Blake Farenthold (R-TX) and Tony Cárdenas (D-CA) have introduced legislation aimed at reducing the ability of patent trolls to initiate ITC investigations.
The corridor of uncertainty diminishes following another pro international arbitration judgment from the Indian Supreme Court
There is a critical issue for international parties who have contracted with Indian counterparties and agreed to refer disputes to international arbitration.
In a judgment dated 8 May 2014, the Belgian Constitutional Court has decided to annul articles 4.8.4 and 4.8.28 §2 of the Flemish Urban Planning Code.
Apportionment of rent and break clauses: Court of Appeal reverses first-instance decision in BNP Paribas v M&S
The Court of Appeal has handed down its decision in BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Company (Jersey) Ltd (and Another) v Marks and Spencer plc.
The UK’s Upper Tribunal has upheld the First-tier Tribunal’s decision in Greene King.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has decided that the UK’s legal claim in relation to the financial transaction tax was admissible, but premature.
The Collective Redress Act has been conceived as a chapter on ‘class actions’ governed by specific procedural rules that depart from the common rules of civil procedure.
The ITC has reaffirmed its power to ban electronic transmissions from the US where those transmissions infringe an intellectual property right or are otherwise based on an unfair trade practice.
Fondazione Enasarco v Lehman Brothers Finance is an important decision in the context of characterising which claims will fall as insolvency-derived claims.
An order has been upheld against two defendants for failing to produce adequate disclosure, resulting in judgment being entered against both for more than $7m.