Court Comments on Incurred Costs

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Court Comments on Incurred Costs


Cost budgeting is now a very familiar part of the litigation landscape, particularly in the TCC where it will apply to most multi-track claims under £10m. However, there remain some… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Nicholas Higgs Date

The Supreme Court Judgment in Lloyd v Google LLC [2021] UKSC 50


On 10 November 2021 the UK Supreme Court handed down its decision in Lloyd v Google LLC [2021] UKSC 50 in which it unanimously granted Google’s appeal in the £3bn… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Nyasha Weinberg Date

To demur is human: Court of Appeal holds that demurrage liquidates all damages for delay, absent an additional breach


Some questions of law remain for a long time undecided by higher authority, despite their importance. For example: If, under a voyage charter: a charterer breaches its obligation to complete… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author David Hopkins Date

Interim Remedies in Dubai Based Arbitration – Consequences and future implications of the recent merger of arbitration centres pursuant to Decree No. (34) of 2021, Part 2: Interim Remedies in the Courts


As many involved in dispute resolution in the UAE, and in international arbitration generally, will be aware, recently there was a significant shake up of the arbitration landscape in Dubai,… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Alexander Burrell Date

Interim Remedies in Dubai Based Arbitration – Consequences and future implications of the recent merger of arbitration centres pursuant to Decree No. (34) of 2021, Part 1: Interim Remedies before Tribunals


As many involved in dispute resolution in the UAE, and in international arbitration generally, will be aware, recently there was a significant shake up of the arbitration landscape in Dubai,… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Alexander Burrell Date

How is Practice Direction 57AC bedding down: reform or revolution?


Six months in, and we now have guidance as to the approach the Commercial Court and the TCC will take to the new CPR PD 57AC.  In this article we… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Marion Smith QC, Joe-han Ho, Ruth Keating, Philippe Kuhn Date

Thoughts on COP26


Here we are less than a week away from the big event in Glasgow and, to me at least, the signs are not looking great.  Expectations for this event were… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Stephen Tromans QC Date

Grasping the nettle (Karen Gough writes as guest editor for Construction Law)


Karen Gough writes as guest editor for Construction Law in October 2021 and discusses the TCC’s decision in the case of Changing Climates Limited v Warmaway Limited where the court… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Karen Gough Date

COP26: Shaping Energy Policy


The decisions made at the forthcoming COP26 will shape energy policy in the decades to come. This is particularly so if targets are set to accelerate the move to net… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Ruth Keating Date

Freezing injunctions: the Convoy Collateral revolution


(A) Overview: On 4 October 2021, the Privy Council handed down its much-anticipated judgment in the British Virgin Islands (“BVI”) case of Convoy Collateral Ltd v Broad Idea International Ltd [2021] UKPC… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Philippe Kuhn Date

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