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Inheritance Act Claims

Jordans

Authors: Andrew Francis

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Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms and Antitrust
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Authors: Professor Suzanne Rab

Professor Suzanne Rab has written an article on 'Artifical Intelligence, Algorithms and Antitrust'. The article is a brief summary of key themes discussed at the Competition Law Association 2019 Seminar and panel session.


When can proceedings be stayed in favour of ADR?  Ohpen Operations UK Ltd v Invesco Managers Ltd [2019] EWHC 2245 (TCC)
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Authors: Zoe O'Sullivan QC

Zoe discusses how O'Farrell J's judgment usefully revisits an issue on which lawyers are often asked to advise in practice: does the contract impose binding obligations on the parties to exhaust all contractual dispute resolution processes before they can commence court or arbitration proceedings? 


Directors on the Brink
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ChBA Isle of Man Conference

Authors: Matthew Morrison


Freezing Orders: A Return to Orthodoxy?
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Authors: Gregor Hogan

FM Capital Partners v Marino and others [2018] EWHC 2889 (Comm)


Running on In
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Competition Law Insight

Authors: Professor Suzanne Rab

Examining cars and cartels


PSR Market Review: Card Services
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Authors: Professor Suzanne Rab

Suzanne Rab evaluates the Payment Systems Regulator's (PSR) proposal to conduct a market review into card-acquiring services.


Each spouse should know the financial implications of marriage
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Law Society Gazette

Authors: Constance McDonnell QC


Tribunal has jurisdiction to modify restrictive covenant (Lamble v Buttaci and another) LexisNexis
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This article was first published in Lexis®PSL Property (12 June 2018)

Authors: Andrew Bruce

Andrew Bruce, senior junior barrister at Serle Court Chambers, discusses the Upper Tribunal’s (UT) decision in Lamble v Buttaci, which concerns the jurisdiction of the UT to alter a qualified restrictive covenant relating to consent in the event that there wasn’t a determination to the unreasonableness of the refusal of consent.