Contractors’ Claims for Time and Money: the Consequences of Late Notification
Sir Rupert Jackson
| 01/04/2021

Talk by Sir Rupert Jackson at the Astana International Financial Centre Court to Lawyers Practising...

Disqualification undertakings and second chances—the correct approach to sections 8A and 17 of the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986 (Ahmed v Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Industrial Strategy)
Dr Benjamin Archer and Carola Binney
| 17/03/2021

Restructuring & Insolvency analysis: The court held that a disqualified director’s rehabilitation...

Zuberi v Lexlaw Limited: Damages Based Agreements in England and Wales – a new dawn?
Tim Chelmick and George McDonald
| 19/01/2021

George McDonald and Tim Chelmick discuss the Court of Appeal decision in Zuberi v Lexlaw Limited...

Professional liability update: 2020 year in review
Helen Evans, Ben Smiley, Pippa Manby, and Ian McDonald
| 05/01/2021

The core issues considered in the most important professional negligence cases of 2020 cover five...

Long Arms and Sharp Elbows: Jurisdiction from 1 January 2021
Joshua Folkard
| 29/12/2020

Following the EU-UK Trade and Co-operation Agreement (“TCA”) and the laying before Parliament of...

The Role of International Commercial Courts in Construction Disputes
Sir Rupert Jackson
| 08/12/2020

A video lecture by Sir Rupert Jackson at Melbourne University Law School on 8 December 2020.

Supreme Court rules that defence of illegality will not save negligent solicitors (Stoffel & Co v Grondona)
Melody Ihuoma
| 30th October 2020

Melody Ihuoma contributes to an article by Halima Dikko of LexisNexis on Stoffel v Grodona. Please...