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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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High Court refuses permission for unissued contempt application where breach of freezing order only technical

Topic: Commercial Disputes 14.10.2021 Read more
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High Court reviews permission for expert reports and delay after general adjourned period

Topic: Commercial Disputes 07.10.2021 Read more
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Security for costs – through what lens is the enforcement criteria viewed?

Topic: Commercial Disputes 22.09.2021 Read more
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Exceptional Circumstances: CPR 52.30 and a lesson on drafting grounds of appeal from the Court of Appeal

Topic: Commercial Disputes 22.09.2021 Read more
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Witnesses overseas and preparations for trial during a pandemic

Topic: Commercial Disputes 17.09.2021 Read more
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Crypto-assets again confirmed as property by the English Commercial Court

Topic: Commercial Disputes 26.08.2021 Read more
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Forum conveniens – English High Court decides that parallel proceedings are not a "trump card" when determining jurisdiction

Topic: Commercial Disputes 12.08.2021 Read more
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When will the court step in to correct a contractual mistake?

Topic: Commercial Disputes

Published by Sean Cannon, Associate and more.

Only if contractual provisions are "nonsensical or absurd" will the Court intervene to correct mistaken drafting. The Court of Appeal recently considered this issue in the context of a dispute between a landlord and tenant in MonSolar IQ Ltd v Woden Park Ltd.(1)

05.08.2021 Read more
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The current state of service

Topic: Commercial Disputes 29.07.2021 Read more
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Expert evidence is not an absolute right: High Court issues stark reminder that breaches of rules on expert evidence will not be tolerated

Topic: Commercial Disputes

Published by Geraldine Elliott, Global Head of Commercial Disputes and more.

The High Court has recently issued a stark reminder that breaches of the rules on expert evidence will not be tolerated.

15.07.2021 Read more