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  • Insurance law reform: Law Commission review

    United Kingdom 13.07.2007

    The road to 2010: how the next 'Big Bang' may play Those following the current joint review by the English and Scottish Law commissions into insurance...

  • Test case agreed to resolve uncertainties of bank overdraft charges

    United Kingdom 27.07.2007

    The OFT and certain Banks have agreed to bring a test case in the Commercial Court to resolve legal uncertainties surrounding the enforceability of unauthorised...

  • "Total cost" claim fails

    United Kingdom 12.07.2007

    In the recent case of Petromec, the Commercial Court refused to permit the claimant to proceed with its “total cost” claim.  What is a “total cost” claim? It...

  • TCC allows Laing v Doyle approach to global claims 1

    United Kingdom 25.07.2007

    Following the Scottish decision in Laing v Doyle (2004), many in the construction world thought that the pursuit of global claims would become easier. ...

  • TCC considers Melville Dundas v Wimpey

    United Kingdom 20.07.2007

    There has been much discussion as to the scope of the decision of the House of Lords in Melville Dundas v Wimpey and how it will come to be applied by...

  • The Tracker: status of Public Bills before the UK Parliament - July 2007

    United Kingdom 10.07.2007

    I hope this July issue of the Tracker finds you well. The speed at which Bills are moving through Parliament has increased in the last couple of weeks:...

  • Trends in the European food industry

    United Kingdom 05.07.2007

    Growth in the European food sector is expected to continue over the next 12 months, according to a new report from mergermarket. The report, which is...

  • Contaminated Land – House of Lords decision

    United Kingdom 02.07.2007

    Introduction The House of Lords has unanimously rejected the Environment Agency’s contentions that National Grid Gas plc (“NGG”) (formerly Transco) should...

  • UK to assist Euro ID card pilot project

    United Kingdom 05.10.2007

    Eema, the e-business trade association, has announced a new pilot project to develop electronic ID cards that can be used EU-wide. Eema is targeting a...

  • UKLA reduces burden of joint venture rules

    United Kingdom 20.07.2007

    The UK Listing Authority has announced that significant changes are to be made to the Listing Rules that relate to joint ventures with effect from 6...