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Law Commission publishes final report of the Arbitration Act 1996

20/9/2023 | Blogs & Articles

The Law Commission has published its eagerly anticipated report into the Arbitration Act 1996 (“Act”), following a Ministry of Justice request...

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Unpleaded issues – a taxonomic approach?

15/8/2023 | Blogs & Articles

Pleadings form a bedrock of our adversarial system of civil litigation. The law requires pleadings to mark out the parameters of a litigant’s case...

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Philipp v Barclays Bank UK plc – a good day for banks, a bad day for consumers

3/8/2023 | Blogs & Articles

The U.K.’s Supreme Court recently handed down its landmark decision in the case of Fiona Lorraine Philipp c Barclays Bank UK plc [2023] UKSC 25.

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The truck stops here? In PACCAR Inc and others v Competition Appeal Tribunal and others Supreme Court finds certain litigation funding agreements to be damages-based agreements and unenforceable

31/7/2023 | Blogs & Articles

The Supreme Court has handed down its eagerly-awaited judgment in the case of PACCAR Inc and others v Competition Appeal Tribunal and others [2023]...

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Law Commission’s Final Report on Digital Assets

18/7/2023 | Blogs & Articles

On 28 June 2023, the Law Commission of England and Wales published its much-awaited recommendations for reform and development of the law on digital...

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The Superior Court of Justice in Brazil establishes its jurisdiction to decide conflict of competence between arbitral tribunals constituted under the same institution

14/7/2023 | Blogs & Articles

The Superior Court of Justice in Brazil (STJ) (Case No. 185.702/DF) has ruled that it has jurisdiction to decide conflict of competence between...

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Webinar on "Human Rights Due Diligence and ESG Litigation in Practice: how does it affect your business?"

19/6/2023 | Blogs & Articles

Enyo Law and Wallbrook held a webinar to explore how your business can be affected by the latest development in Human Rights Due Diligence and the...

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Enyo Law appoints new Partners

12/5/2023 | News

Enyo Law is pleased to announce the promotion of Katie Marquet-Horwood and Fred Thorling to the position of Partner effective from 1 May 2023.

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ChatGPT and the Future of Dispute Resolution: The Benefits and Risks of Using AI

4/5/2023 | Blogs & Articles

Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming industries at a rapid pace, and the legal sector is no exception. The use of AI in law firms has...

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Jurisdiction challenges and non-party disclosure applications: Court of Appeal clarifies principle governing liability for costs

4/4/2023 | Blogs & Articles

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that a non-party respondent to a CPR 31.17 application will generally be entitled to their costs of an unsuccessful...

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Crypto Asset Disputes: Case Update - Issue 3

20/3/2023 | Blogs & Articles

Since our last crypto asset disputes updates (issue 1 and issue 2), the English courts have continued to wrestle with both new and ongoing issues...

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Tom Portsmouth joins Enyo Law as a Senior Business Intelligence Associate

13/3/2023 | News

Enyo Law is pleased to announce that investigations and corporate intelligence specialist Tom Portsmouth has joined the firm as a Senior Business...

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Out of Order: Seeking the Court’s Assistance Under Section 42 of the English Arbitration Act

7/3/2023 | Blogs & Articles

One of the complaints levelled at arbitration is that tribunal orders lack teeth because, unlike a court, arbitrators do not have wide-ranging powers...

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Homeowners on Display – The Tate Modern Viewing Platform held to be a Nuisance

1/3/2023 | Blogs & Articles

In 2016, the Tate Modern opened a new extension called the Blavatnik Building. The building is ten stories high and, on its top floor, has a viewing...

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Scope of the fraudulent trading provisions under s213 of the Insolvency Act 1986: the Court of Appeal’s Decision in Bilta (UK) Ltd and others [2023] EWCA Civ 112

21/2/2023 | Blogs & Articles

On 10 February 2023, the Court of Appeal handed down judgment clarifying, among other issues, the scope of the fraudulent trading provisions under...

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Book launch - International Investment Law and Investor-State Disputes in Central Asia: Emerging Issues

19/12/2022 | Events

Join us for the book launch of International Investment Law and Investor-State Disputes in Central Asia: Emerging Issues.

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PD57AC: How have the courts reacted to the new rules regarding trial witness statements in UK court proceedings?

16/11/2022 | Blogs & Articles

Practice Direction 57AC came into full effect early last year, resulting in significant changes to the way trial witness statements must be prepared.

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