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Governing law and jurisdiction clause in contracts

By Gordon Bell, Tom Price, David Lowe Governing law and jurisdiction or dispute clauses are two distinct things. Governing law is the substantive law of the contract and dispute resolution clauses are the clauses that tell you where and how your dispute is going to be resolved. They are very different. One does not imply the other and […]

Podcast – Battery storage

Welcome to Inspiratia’s latest webcast. This is the first in a new series looking at battery storage in partnership with the law firm Gowling WLG. I’m Alex Blackburn and I lead Inspiratia’s renewables coverage in London. For this episode I’m joined by Helen Emmerson, a partner in Gowling’s real estate team, and Roberto Castiglioni, a […]

Distribution of cosmetics and perfumes in the UAE

By Vanessa Delnaud The beauty and personal care market in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has significantly expanded over the past five years and is projected to enjoy a compound annual growth rate of over 11% between 2018 and 2023. The personal care sector is strictly regulated in the Middle-East. In particular, the Member States of […]

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Legal executives have been granted power to administer Oaths under regulations introduced at the end of last month. The 1995 Commissioners for Oaths Regulations extend power to administer Oaths to full members of the Institute of Legal Executives. The Institute is the second body to be granted this power. The Council for Licensed Conveyancers was […]

Litigation Recent Decisions 08/08/95

Nature of litter; proving litter offences Westminster City Council v Riding (1995). (DEC (Stuart-Smith LJ and Butterfield J) 19/7/95). Summary: When prosecuting for litter offences it is necessary for the prosecution to prove when the litter was deposited and that this was within the time limit for prosecutions to be brought. Council appeal against the […]

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Sports/Mergers. Guidelines beyond reproach

It seems ironic that the credibility of international athletics as a whole has recently been damaged by a string of cases involving high-profile athletes. This is all the more ironic given the fact that the prime reason for the introduction of a system of drug testing was to protect the image of the sport which […]

Brent Spar. A debate that's all at sea

After two decades in which to ponder the question, abandonment of North Sea oil and gas facilities is headline news across Europe. Short of Liz Hurley being dropped on to the Brent Spar it is hard to see how this once dry and esoteric topic could become more newsworthy. The time has come to review […]

Playing by the EU rules

I refer to the letter of Charles Latham in answer to my article ‘Loosening the straight jacket’ (The Lawyer, 18 July 1995). I am all in favour of improving European competition law. If this can be achieved without amending the EC Treaty, so much the better. But it is important there is no misunderstanding of […]

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