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World Conference on Doping in Sport 2013
Daniel Saoul provides some perspectives on events in Johannesburg in November and on the changes introduced by the 2015 World Anti-Doping Code, in particular those dealing with inadvertent doping
Daniel Saoul
Costs Newsletter: Six Months In
We are now six months into the Jackson reforms. Most would agree that it is really too early to tell what impact the reforms have had; with many of the reforms being subject to transitional arrangements which necessarily means that it will be towards the beginning of 2014 before we start seeing measurable impacts of the Jackson reforms. That having been said, the reforms have already injected a good deal of challenging questions into civil procedure generally.
Nicholas Bacon QC
Robert Marven
Stephen Innes
George McDonald
Daniel Saoul
Shail Patel
Pippa Manby
Lehman Brothers Litigation
Journal for International Banking and Financial Law
Daniel Saoul
Costs Update Newsletter
Costs Update by Nicholas Bacon QC, Roger Mallalieu and Daniel Saoul
Nicholas Bacon QC
Roger Mallalieu
Daniel Saoul
Lehman and the Law on Liens
An examination of the current state of the law on contractual liens, in the light of a recent application relating to “Extended Liens” in the Lehman Brothers litigation, as published by the Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law
Daniel Saoul
Freezing Injunctions and Cross-Border Disputes: Perspectives from England and the British Virgin Islands
A comparative review of the law on freezing injunctions in England and the BVI in support of commercial litigation and arbitration on foot overseas, as published by the Journal of the New York State Bar Association.
Daniel Saoul
When duty doesn’t call
An article considering the duty of care of public authorities in light of the House of Lords’ decision in Jain v Trent Strategic Health Authority, as published by the New Law Journal.
Daniel Saoul


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