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The notion of ‘gross negligence’ is an important matter for customers and institutions alike and has been reviewed by the High Court and Supreme Court in deciding a recent case.
This report includes an analysis of the results of Eversheds survey on the Employment Tribunal process, which is based on 180 responses.
Forty per cent of UK companies have experienced a reduction in employment claims since the introduction of tribunal fees, according to an Eversheds report.
The issue of what duties a lead underwriter owes to the following market when settling a claim was considered by the commercial court in the context of a ‘follow clause’.
Eversheds’ Madrid office has successfully represented pharmaceutical company MSD Spain in a landmark patent dispute.
Eversheds’ international arbitration group has been ranked within the top 20 firms in Global Arbitration Review’s elite GAR 30 list.
Last year was an eventful year in the residential sector. In this briefing, Eversheds looks back through the top five influential and surprising cases.
Eversheds has appointed three partners to its financial services dispute resolution and investigations team in response to increasing client demand.
Eversheds has commented on the recent attempt by UNISON to challenge the employment tribunal fees regime for being ‘discriminatory and unlawful’.
Paul Maile, partner and planning expert at Eversheds, has commented on proposals for a new UK planning court.
Eversheds has successfully represented the government of Peru in the International Court of Justice in relation to a maritime boundary dispute against Chile.
The Eversheds Africa Law Institute has welcomed five new member law firms at the inaugural EALI Summit in Paris.
Eversheds has commented on the UK Court of Appeal decision in Topland Portfolio 1 v Smiths News Trading.
Wierzbowski Eversheds announces new senior associates and litigation team hire.
Wierzbowski Eversheds is to be a topic partner for a debate entitled ‘Class Actions: Law and Practice’, which will be held on 16 January 2014 in Warsaw.
Hans Forssell and Göran Johansson from Eversheds Stockholm represented claimants AB SEB Trygg Liv in a dispute in the Swedish Supreme Court.
Eversheds has elected Paul Smith, a partner and environmental lawyer and litigator at Eversheds, for a four-year term as chairman beginning on 1 May 2014.
The council is understood to have agreed a ‘general approach’ and compromise wording in respect of some of the more contested aspects of the draft directive on competition claims.
Expert witnesses often play a very important role in dispute resolution. Their opinion on an issue may be the most important part of a case.
Eversheds has appointed Giles Salmond, an indirect tax litigation director at Deloitte, as a partner in its London tax team, where he will lead the VAT disputes and indirect taxes practice.