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Featuring regular postings on developments in litigation and international arbitration, this blog is written by specialist lawyers at RPC.

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Does an expert owe a fiduciary duty to its client?

Topic: Commercial Disputes 04.03.2021 Read more
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A new cause of action can only be introduced by amendment if it arises out of substantially the same facts that remain in issue at the time of the amendment

Topic: Commercial Disputes 02.03.2021 Read more
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Tech-driven arbitration? What else can we look forward to in arbitration in the UK?

Topic: Commercial Disputes 25.02.2021 Read more
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The jurisdiction eagle has landed…in the Courts of England & Wales

Topic: Commercial Disputes 11.02.2021 Read more
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When is an error a serious irregularity? The English court demonstrates its approach to correcting arbitration awards

Topic: Commercial Disputes 11.02.2021 Read more
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Hong Kong courts further expand remote hearings for civil cases

Topic: Commercial Disputes 20.01.2021 Read more
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Beware of trying to address gaps in your evidence during trial: High Court refuses permission to rely on a new witness statement prepared part-way through trial

Topic: Commercial Disputes 07.01.2021 Read more
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The Court of Appeal provides useful reminder of the force of the "subject to contract" label in the context of settlement negotiations

Topic: Commercial Disputes

Published by Sean Cannon, Associate and more.

A Part 36 offer does not alter the status of "subject to contract" protection in solicitors' correspondence settling a dispute.

17.12.2020 Read more
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Late service of evidence requires relief from sanctions

Topic: Commercial Disputes 16.12.2020 Read more
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Hong Kong courts – Latest guidance on COVID-19 measures

Topic: Commercial Disputes

Published by Antony Sassi, Managing Partner, Asia and more.

10.12.2020 Read more