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In Interprods Ltd v De La Rue International Ltd, the English court rejected arguments challenging arbitral awards under section 68 and 69 of the Arbitration Act 1996.
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In July 2013, the government introduced a new regime of ‘protected conversations’, preventing certain discussions from being admissible in tribunal proceedings.
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The Treasury and the Department of Industry have released a discussion paper setting out options for implementing the proposed scheme.
All parties in investment arbitration will need to adapt to new UNCITRAL rules on transparency — in force April 2014
In the area of investment arbitration, there appears to be an emerging trend towards increased transparency.
The EAT has now listed the cases of Bear Scotland Ltd v Fulton and Neal v Freightliner Ltd to be heard on 30 and 31 July 2014.
DLA Piper has announced that Ashley R Altschuler will join the firm’s litigation practice as a partner in Wilmington, Delaware, with an office also in New York.
The Svea Court of Appeal has adopted new guidelines in relation to the challenge of arbitration awards.
The High Court awarded Littlewoods Retail compound interest on sums of overpaid VAT that had originally been reimbursed to it by HMRC with simple interest.
This is an introduction to the dissertation of Marnix Holtzer. His dissertation appeared in February 2014 and was published by Kluwer.
Best Lawyers Australia 2014 has recognised 56 DLA Piper lawyers across 36 practice areas, with 24 lawyers listed across multiple categories.
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Muddy employee incentive issues in a disappointing exit: nine practical tips for public company acquirers
In mediocre pay-outs, transaction proceeds are unlikely to give a substantial return to common stockholders, yet may be sufficient to return the initial investment to preferred stockholders.
The court has struck down a campaign finance provision that limited the total amount that individuals may contribute to federal political candidates and committees.
Section 42 of the Arbitration Act 1996 acts as an effective mechanism to enforce a recalcitrant party to comply with an arbitrator’s peremptory order.