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Court of Appeal makes it clear that a skeleton argument is not a vehicle for the introduction of unpleaded claims

24 October 2013. Published by Adam Forster, Senior Associate

The Court of Appeal has recently handed down judgment in the case of Credit Suisse AG v. Arabian Aircraft & Equipment Leasing Co EC.

This is a case, which has yielded a number of noteworthy findings, both at first instance and on appeal, including mitigation, summary judgment and pleaded claims.  For the full article please click here.