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A claim for negligence brought against an accountancy firm was time barred, despite the fact that the two builders making the claim had not initially been aware of their accountants' negligence, the Court of Session in Scotland has ruled. 12 Jan 2017
Loans provided to the clients of a firm of solicitors by a third party funder were not 'legal services', and so were not covered by the terms of the firm's professional indemnity (PI) policy, the UK's highest court has ruled. 26 Oct 2016
As one of the world's leading offshore wealth hubs, Singapore is often involved in the enforcement of foreign court judgments and arbitration awards. Fortunately for those seeking enforcement, this is relatively straightforward under the country's laws. ...
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A High Court judge was wrong to override an exclusion clause in a complex contract for the hire of an offshore drilling rig, as the parties were commercial equals and the wording of the clause was sufficiently clear, the appeal court has ruled. 15 Apr 2016
A 20-day time limit within which claims for breaches of warranty as part of a share purchase agreement (SPA) had to be raised only began running once the buyer was aware of the “proper basis for a claim”, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 29 Mar 2016
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