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Plans to restrict use of conditional fee agreements in insolvency cases dropped 'for the time being'

Successful parties to insolvency cases will not be prevented from recovering conditional fee agreement (CFA) 'success' fees and legal insurance premiums from their opponents from April, after the UK government extended a temporary exemption from the general... 03 Mar 2015

Reforms to be made to UK rules on 'groundless threats' of IP infringement

The UK government has promised to change the law to make rules that allow businesses to bring legal action against intellectual property (IP) rights holders that make "groundless threats" of IP infringement against them "much clearer". 02 Mar 2015

Civil and commercial arbitration law due soon in Qatar, says report

Qatar is working on an arbitration law covering civil and commercial disputes, according to press reports citing the Qatar News Agency. 02 Mar 2015

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