Jurisdiction and the Recognition & Enforcement of Judgments after Brexit: Joshua Folkard summarises the rules which will apply to jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments from Exit Day, scheduled for 11pm this Friday.
Helen Evans, Pippa Manby, Anthony Jones and Seohyung Kim of 4 New Square Chambers explain what the 2019 cases tell us, how the various strands of development interact, and what trends are evident as we go into 2020.
Alison Padfield QC’s article on the judgment of the Supreme Court in Travelers Insurance Co Ltd v XYZ  UKSC 48 appeared in Costs Lawyer Issue 5 (November/December 2019).
The Akin Arbitration Lecture 2019 given by Sir Rupert Jackson at the office of Akin Gump on 19th November 2019 .
Last week, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Singularis Holdings Ltd v. Daiwa Capital Markets Europe Ltd  UKSC 50. That case got the attention that it did because of the tension with the result in Stone & Rolls Ltd v. Moore Stephens. Others have dealt with the detail of the decision in Singularis (including an excellent article by my colleague, Mark Cannon QC – see https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/stone-rolls-rolled-away-auditors-singularis-holdings-v-mark-cannon-qc/). I want to look more generally at the issues created by attribution in a corporate context, and how the courts in recent years have approached them.