Singularis Holdings in the Supreme Court: The Quincecare Duty of Care is alive and well, while the case of Stone & Rolls Ltd is finally laid to rest

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Singularis Holdings in the Supreme Court: The Quincecare Duty of Care is alive and well, while the case of Stone & Rolls Ltd is finally laid to rest


There is a “Happy Halloween” present from the Supreme Court for commercial fraud claimant litigators. In the important case of Singularis Holdings Ltd (In Official Liquidation) -v- Daiwa Capital Markets… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Michael McParland QC Date

Letters: Environment Bill


Nigel Pleming QC, Stephen Tromans QC and Richard Wald are amongst the 24 signatories of a letter posted in the Telegraph Letters, on Wednesday 30 October 2019, regarding the Environment… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Nigel Pleming QC, Stephen Tromans QC, Richard Wald Date

An Interview with Law Times


Steven Lim was interviewed by Law Times on international arbitration in Korea and the region. Steven shares his thoughts on the current status of arbitration, whilst providing advice to young… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Steven Lim Date

Practical Law: Third party costs application failed against losing claimant’s legal team


Katie Scott has published an article in Practical Law’s Dispute Resolution Blog, titled ‘Third party costs application failed against losing claimant’s legal team‘. Please click here to read the full… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Katharine Scott Date

English Anti-Suit Injunctions in Support of Arbitration


Samar Abbas and David Hopkins have published an article, titled ‘English Anti-Suit Injunctions in Support of Arbitration‘, in the IBA’s Dispute Resolution International Journal. This article considers the position under… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Samar Abbas, David Hopkins Date

Clinical Negligence A Practical Guide: Product Liability in a Medical Context


Neil Block QC, Romilly Cummerson and Emma Corkill have written a chapter, titled ‘Product liability in a medical context‘ in the Eighth Edition of Lewis and Buchan: Clinical Negligence A… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Neil Block QC, Romilly Cummerson, Emma Corkill Date

A short judgment must be a careful judgment… or risk a retrial


Joe-han Ho has recently published an article titled ‘A short judgment must be a careful judgment… or risk a retrial’ on the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog. Please click here to… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Joe-han Ho Date

Post-it from Singapore: The Singapore Convention – Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog


Karen Gough has recently published an article titled ‘Post-it from Singapore: The Singapore Convention‘ in Practical Law’s Dispute Resolution Blog. Please click here to read the full article on Practical… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Karen Gough Date

“Hurley-Burly”: Anti-Suit Injunctions and “a right to be sued” in your own domicile under Article 4 of the Judgments Regulation?


In Gray v Hurley [2019] EWHC 1972 (QB) (23 July 2019) Mr Justice Lavender was asked to grant an anti-suit injunction to stop proceedings in New Zealand on the basis… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Michael McParland QC Date

Costs budgeting is not inevitable – Charles Cory-Wright QC


Charlie Cory-Wright QC has published an article in the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog titled ‘Costs budgeting is not inevitable‘. To read the full article, please click here.

CategoryArticles Author Charlie Cory-Wright QC Date

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