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An adjudicator under the Scheme cannot run
related disputes in parallel without the consent of the parties. An
adjudicator who has acted in a previous...
The High Court case decided on 29 July 2002
between Cantor Fitzgerald and ICAP generated many column inches of
journalists copy. But there is a serious...
Does your business own, manage or operate from any building
constructed before 1986? Failing that, do any of your employees
carry out work in any such...
Thames Trains Limited Health & Safety Executive:  EWHC
1415 (QB) – Queens Bench Division – Morland J
The High Court refused to strike...
In the case of Re Demaglass Ltd,
the court has again adopted a strict
interpretation of rule 4.218 of the Insolvency Rules 1986 in
relation to liquidation...
In a recent decision of the European Ombudsman a complaint against
the European Commission concerning Article 7 of the EC Regulation
2027/97 on Air Carrier...
Russia, in common with many other European countries has a growing
pensions crisis. This has been caused in part by an ageing
population. It will be...
In Karasiewicz & Anr v Eagle Star
Insurance Co Ltd, decided on 25 April 2002 the Court of
Appeal examined the circumstances in which an unsecured lender...
In the recent case of SABAF SpA v MFI
Furniture Centres & Anr, the Court of Appeal overruled the
decision of Laddie J in finding that there is no separate...
Following the Woolf reforms and the increasing prevalence of
pre-action protocols in dispute resolution, those responsible for
dealing with claims on...
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