Rudy Capildeo quoted in The Art Newspaper on the implications of the High Court’s ruling in the FCA test case for organisations in the art industry
Rudy Capildeo has been quoted in The Art Newspaper on the implications of the High Court’s ruling in the FCA test case for organisations in the art industry. Read more below.
Business Interruption, branding and estate based filming - Landed Estates and Heritage Property Webinar Series: Part 2
Business interruption, building and protecting your brand and commercialisation and Estate based filming
Sonia Ghai writes for the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog on disclosure and documents referenced in expert reports
It is well-established that parties have the ability to seek specific disclosure of documents not already provided by way of disclosure.
Property Patter: The trendy option – FAQs on tenant CVAs
Listen in for the answers to FAQs on tenant Company Voluntary Arrangements
Disclosure and documents referenced in expert reports: a level playing field?
Sonia looks at the impact of the recent High Court decision in Zverev v Ace Group International Ltd
The latest phone hacking settlement achieved on behalf of six celebrity clients from Mirror Group Newspapers reported in the press
The news of the latest phone hacking settlements from MGN reported by The Telegraph, Sky News, Yahoo and New Law Journal
Phone hacking: Charles Russell Speechlys achieves settlement for celebrity clients from Mirror Group Newspapers
Charles Russell Speechlys can today confirm the settlement of privacy claims for unlawful voicemail interception on behalf of six clients.
Ghassan El Daye
Ghassan El Daye quoted by The National on the Federal National Council's proposals to unify legal fees
The Federal National Council is calling for legal fees to be unified.
If you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear: Why the Government is afraid of Judicial Review
Damages-based agreements: A positive step by the Court of Appeal
Noel Wardle quoted by Chemist and Druggist on the issues that need to be considered before pharmacies adopt a hub-and-spoke dispensing model
Under current legislation, the hub-and-spoke model can be carried out by pharmacies owned by the same legal entity.
A Cautionary Tale of a Brush Too Broad
Enforcing judgments in England and Switzerland post-Brexit
For the first time, there is no framework for the enforcement of Swiss judgments in the United Kingdom and vice versa.
Property Patter: The “bubble wrap” option – FAQs on tenant administration
The team look at some key points on tenant administration.
First international corruption trial held in Geneva
Bruno looks at the recent milestone for Geneva prosecutors
Court clarifies the meaning of “value” within the context of s284 Insolvency Act 1986
Roger and Jess explore the meaning of “value” within the context of s284 of the Insolvency Act 1986 following recent clarification.
Rudy Capildeo quoted by The Art Newspaper and Artnet on the Supreme Court's decision on business interruption policies
Brexit Deal: A Checklist for Cross-Border Civil Litigation
After four years of negotiations, the UK and the EU signed the long awaited Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
UK agrees to "Surrender" (and other changes to investigations and enforcement options post Brexit)
Noel Wardle writes for Chemist and Druggist on whether pharmacy professionals can be sued for COVID vaccine negligence
Manoj Vaghela quoted by the Daily Mirror, The Caterer and Insurance Business UK on the implications of the Supreme Court's ruling in the FCA business interruption insurance case