Estimating the special circumstances of Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation v Dechert – Caroline Allen (Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog)

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Estimating the special circumstances of Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation v Dechert – Caroline Allen (Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog)


In Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Limited v Dechert LLP, the Court of Appeal stressed the need for solicitors to engage in careful prospective consideration of costs, and to provide regular… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Caroline Allen Date

Policy Briefing: Why planners need to know about air quality policy – Justine Thornton QC (Planning Magazine)


With air pollution receiving greater attention, planners need to give increasing consideration to the issue, says Justine Thornton QC. Q. Why has air pollution been in the news recently? A…. Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Justine Thornton QC Date

Oops! Sent out the wrong attachments to the contract? A helpful reminder of when you can claim rectification – Rachael O’Hagan (Practical Law Construction Blog)


Commercial and construction contracts can be complex and fairly voluminous and the documents forming the contract can often run to a number of files, or more. During the tendering process,… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Rachael O'Hagan Date

Treating the NHS: how the law may help – Fenella Morris QC (The Times)


In the run-up to the budget the chancellor Philip Hammond made it clear that there would be no extra money for the NHS. Instead the government is looking for improved… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Fenella Morris QC Date

A break for term-time holidays? (Solicitors Journal)


Fenella Morris QC and Anna Bicarregui consider the Supreme Court appeal on term-time holidays. Since 2013, maintained schools have only been able to grant parents leave to take their child… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Fenella Morris QC, Anna Bicarregui Date

Mental Capacity Law Guidance Note: Mental Capacity and Ordinary Residence (updated December 2016)


This guidance note sets out the key considerations to be applied when assessing the ordinary residence of a person who is mentally incapable of forming a settled intention where to… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Alexander Ruck Keene, Peter Mant Date

Saima Hanif contributes to a FMLC paper on Brexit and English governing law and jurisdiction


The FMLC has issued a paper addressing the legal uncertainty likely to arise in the context of cross-border commercial litigation in consequence of Brexit.  It examines the situation with regard… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Saima Hanif Date

But what about my adjudication costs? Rachael O’Hagan (Practical Law Construction Blog)


Despite the relatively short timetables applied in adjudications, adjudication costs can still be substantial. Significantly, in the absence of an effective agreement to the contrary, the Construction Act 1996 is silent… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Rachael O'Hagan Date

Saima Hanif writes an article on Brexit and the loss of ‘passporting’ rights (Counsel Magazine)


In this article, published in the December 2016 edition of Counsel Magazine, Saima Hanif considers the impact of a ‘Hard’ Brexit on the financial services sector. To read the full… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Saima Hanif Date

The Implications of Brexit for Public Procurement (ICLG)


In this chapter taken from ICLG to: Public Procurement, Fenella Morris QC and Rose Grogan look at public procurement in a post-Brexit UK. It remains unclear what the final deal with the EU… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Fenella Morris QC, Rose Grogan Date

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