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The BBC acted lawfully in implementing a 1% cap on increases to pensionable salaries, the Court of Appeal (CoA) has ruled in a long-running dispute which pensions experts said would bring clarity in other cases. 31 Jul 2017
A contract's arbitration clause should be extended to apply to a claim not directly covered by that contract, the High Court has ruled. The claim was brought by Russian businessmen against their former partners in the redevelopment of a Moscow hotel. 15 Dec 2015
Companies seeking damages for cartel activity in the English courts against various providers of air cargo services will not be entitled to pursue claims for the economic torts of conspiracy to injure using unlawful means and interfering with business by unlawful... 16 Oct 2015
It was sufficient for a law firm to show that it had lost out on a single instruction in order to demonstrate that it had suffered "serious harm" that had "caused or is likely to cause … serious financial loss", the High Court has ruled. 23 Sep 2015
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