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Update on legal professional privilege & bankruptcy

25/8/2017 | Blog

On 17 July 2017 in Leeds & Anor v Lemos [2017] EWHC 1825 (Ch) (“the Lemos Decision”) the High Court confirmed and applied the Court of Appeal’s...

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The Decision In Walter Hugh Merricks Cbe V. Mastercard Inc. & Ors

17/8/2017 | Blog

On 21 July 2017, the Competition Act Tribunal (the “Tribunal”) has handed down judgment on an application brought under section 47B of the...

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The importance of establishing loss and damage for a breach of contract claim

4/7/2017 | Blog

Will Foster discusses the recent developments in relation to the award of damages under English Law.

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Due process paranoia

11/6/2017 | Blog

A few months ago, Queen Mary University of London and White & Case released their third International Arbitration Survey entitled “Improvements and...

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Legal professional privilege – an update

22/5/2017 | Blog

After a period in which there was relatively little case law or developments in respect of the law of legal professional privilege ('LPP'), there...

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Any Party May Submit the Dispute to Binding Arbitration

19/5/2017 | Blog

The Privy Council examines the option to arbitrate.

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English Commercial Court Warns Against Delay in Seeking Anti-Suit Relief

17/5/2017 | Blog

The English Court has reiterated its approach that even if a dispute falls squarely within the ambit of an arbitration agreement between the parties,...

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On The Special Relationship: An Analysis Of UK-US Relations

16/3/2017 | Blog

On 7 March 2017, Enyo Law held an evening seminar for a select group of invitees from the worlds of business, banking, politics and law to hear...

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Due Paranoia (Part 2): Assessing the Enforcement Risk Under the English Arbitration Act

14/3/2017 | Blog

This blog was originally published on the Kluwer Arbitration Blog on 20 February 2017 and focuses on applications made to the English courts to...

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Update on Undercover Torpedoes and Unilateral Jurisdiction Clauses

27/2/2017 | Blog

In a previous blog post last year, consideration was given to whether or not unilateral jurisdiction clauses qualified as exclusive jurisdiction...

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Derogating from Open Justice: Principles and Potential Problems

22/12/2016 | Blog

The principle of open justice is fundamental to the rule of law and to democratic accountability.

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Part 36 Offers: Still Governed By Common Law Principles of Offer and Acceptance?

16/12/2016 | Blog

The High Court has recently held in DB Bank UK Ltd v Jacobs Solicitors [2016] EWHC 1614 (Ch) that where a settlement offer outside of the Part 36...

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Update on Legal Professional Privilege

14/12/2016 | Blog

The past few weeks have seen a number of important decisions in relation to Legal Professional Privilege ('LPP').

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Essar v Norscot: Impact on Third Party Funding in Arbitration

25/11/2016 | Blog

On 22 November, John Beechey CBE, Former President of the ICC Court of Arbitration, and Steven Friel, Chief Investment Officer at Woodsford...

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Update on Implied Terms and Obligations

11/11/2016 | Blog

In the case of Marks & Spencer plc v BNP Paribas (Enyo Blog, 9 December 2015), the Supreme Court re-iterated the limited circumstances in which a...

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Are You Being Served?

31/8/2016 | Blog

Enyo’s Director of Business Intelligence, Paul Austin, was instructed to serve a claim form in the UK on Mr Mikhelson, a non-English speaking...

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Undercover Torpedoes and Unilateral Exclusive Jurisdiction Clauses

9/8/2016 | Blog

Before the recast Brussels Regulation came into effect in January 2015, a party was able to delay proceedings in the Member State court chosen by...

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High Court Approval of Predictive Coding

25/7/2016 | Blog

Predictive coding is one of the more recent developments in technology assisted review ('TAR') in the context of large-scale electronic disclosure...

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What Factors Will the Courts Take Into Account When Considering Applications for Security?

20/7/2016 | Blog

The Commercial Court held last week that only in rare and exceptional cases is the wealth of an applicant for security for costs, or an applicant’s...

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The EU, Brexit and Investor-State Disputes

7/7/2016 | Blog

The future of cross-border legal disputes is among the myriad questions raised by Britain’s proposed exit of the European Union and of significant...

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