The legal burden of disproving a claim for negligence when cargo is lost or damaged at sea rests with the carrier of the goods, the UK's highest court has ruled.
An auction house has failed to establish litigation privilege over correspondence with experts about whether or not a painting it sold was counterfeit, in a case brought by the seller of that painting.
Emails between board members discussing the possible commercial settlement of a dispute can be used against the business in litigation, according to a ruling by the Court of Appeal in London.
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