Dispute Resolution Articles
The Government has published a Consumer Rights Bill (the Bill) which aims to consolidate the multitude of existing consumer legislation into one statute.
Limiting liability becomes even harder Today, the Court of Appeal has made it that much harder to limit liability even in a carefully negotiated commercial agreement.
From 1 April 2013, parties to larger scale commercial disputes will no longer face the expensive, time consuming and often unproductive standard disclosure exercise as a matter of course.
It is official: if you require confidential tax advice, you can only secure this from your lawyer and not your accountant. The Supreme Court gave its decision at 9.30am today that only communications between clients and their lawyers are truly More...
Pannone successfully acted in proceedings for the co-founder (and shareholder) of a wind farm business in a bitter High Court battle with the majority shareholders after they froze him out of the companies they founded.
Investors in film partnerships schemes face financial ruin as HMRC issues multi million pound shock tax demands of up to 10 times their original investment
The last decade has seen a transformation in the way people take out insurance for all manner of risks including motor policies, property and medical insurance.
The High Court has made a recent ruling in the case of AKO Capital LLP & Another v TSF Derivatives & Others that a claim can be served via Facebook.
It is not uncommon for clients of employment agencies and recruitment businesses to engage applicants directly who have previously been introduced to them by the business. Contractual clauses such as liquidated damages clauses or higher fee More...