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137 results for: litigation
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Triple Point is one of the most significant cases for the construction industry in recent years. Even though the dispute relates to an IT...

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The recent case of Official Receiver v Deuss [2021] EWHC 1842 (Ch) provides legal and insolvency practitioners with guidance as to the...

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a Primary Market Technical Note to give further guidance for cannabis-related...

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In a recent case (Prater Limited v John Sisk & Son (Holdings) Limited), the unsuccessful party in an adjudication challenged the validity...

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On Wednesday the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) announced that it had secured a corporate conviction against GPT Special Project Management...

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This morning’s FT article is a good reminder of the importance of the UK’s litigation funding industry.

The rapid evolution of the sector...

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On 28 and 29 April, the Supreme Court will hear argument in Lloyd v Google – a case with potentially wide ramifications for the scope of...

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The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has launched its first ever comprehensive strategy to combat economic crime. This announcement is...

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The rules relating to disputes with a European element have changed as a result of Brexit and the end of the UK’s transition period on 31...

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The UK Gambling Commission has announced a £3.4m fine levied against In Touch Games Limited (In Touch) after uncovering a series of...

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The Supreme Court will for the first time examine the question of whether a person who is under criminal investigation, but who has yet...

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The government has recently consulted on proposals to reform the test for permission to appeal from the Upper Tribunal to the Court of...

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FCA-regulated companies have been given a reprieve, as an amendment to the Financial Services Bill 2019–21 (FSB), which would have...

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Gallaher v HMRC: the last UK reference to the CJEU?

In the recent Upper Tribunal Tax and Chancery decision of Gallaher v HMRC, it was...

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The UK Supreme Court has dismissed the final appeal made against the first ever Unexplained Wealth Order (UWO) obtained by the National...

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All the inhabited Overseas Territories (OTs) of the United Kingdom (UK) have committed to adopting publicly accessible registers of...