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8 November 2019

The first compensation order

Monetary redress from a disqualified director On 1 November 2019 Insolvency and Companies Judge Prentis made a Compensation Order pursuant…

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7 November 2019

Mainland and HK arbitral arrangement

China dispute resolution: New ways of seizing assets From now on, anyone who has chosen Hong Kong arbitration as the...

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6 November 2019

Don’t let milestone payments become a millstone around your neck

Milestone payment in an off-site contract Bennett (Construction) Limited v CIMC NBS Limited (formerly Verbus Systems Limited) [2019] EWCA Civ…

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29 October 2019

Beddoe Orders: invaluable tool for trustees to manage their litigation risks

Trustees’ liability for costs in litigation A Beddoe order is based on the case Re Beddoe [1893] 1 Ch 547,…

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25 October 2019

10 ways to terminate a contract

Nobody enters into a new relationship assuming it will fail, but at the outset of a commercial relationship the parties...

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25 October 2019

Powers of deduction – insolvency in football

On 13 May 2019 Paul Robert Appleton and Asher Miller were appointed as Joint Administrators of Bolton Wanderers Football &…

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25 October 2019

Ambush marketing – it’s just not cricket

International cricket’s World Cup and currently Rugby Union’s showpiece World Cup in Japan rank as two of the mos...

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25 October 2019

Emiliano Sala and contractual payment obligations

FIFA has finally ruled that Cardiff City FC must pay the first instalment (£5m) to FC Nantes for striker Emiliano&...

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23 October 2019

Legal privilege: want it, can’t have it!

Legal privilege and the disclosure of documents can be tricky to navigate in tribunal proceedings. The case of Kasongo v...

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23 October 2019

Is a shoulder massage in the office unlawful sexual harassment?

Not according to the facts of this case. The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in the recent case of Raj v...

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