Fraudsters are targeting confidential information held by businesses more than money, stock or other physical assets, a security consultancy has reported.
Public bodies in Northern Ireland could face more challenges under changes to grounds for judicial review, says expert 18 Jan 2018
ANALYSIS: The removal of the reference to 'promptness' from the judicial review rules in Northern Ireland may seem subtle, but the change will have a real impact on decision-making in boardrooms across the region.
Cypriot bank entitled to notify bank of freezing order pending appeal, appeal court confirms 18 Jan 2018
A worldwide freezing order, obtained by a Cypriot bank in Cyprus, was fully enforceable immediately upon registration in England and Wales, the Court of Appeal has confirmed.
- Court finds £1.5m arbitration bill is not 'ordinary' business expenditure 04 Dec 2017
- English courts committed to high-quality commercial litigation throughout the country, says expert 23 Nov 2017
- Guide: Interdicts in Scotland
- Guide: Compliance with the pre-action protocol for construction and engineering disputes
- Court of Appeal: voidable ATE insurance is not adequate security for costs 27 Nov 2017
- Third party arbitration funding here to stay, says expert, as major report published 21 Sep 2017
- Guide: Changes to Civil Procedure Rules and court costs made in April 2013
- Guide: The civil litigation costs reforms
- New law brings welcome clarity that IP disputes can be arbitrated in Hong Kong, says expert 09 Jan 2018
- EU-Canada trade agreement enters into force 21 Sep 2017
- Guide: Enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitration awards in Singapore
- Guide: Choosing an arbitration centre in Asia – Hong Kong or Singapore?
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