Dispute Resolution: October Digest

Dispute Resolution: October Digest

Missed anything this month?

Here’s our round up of October’s posts. Click on the links to read the posts and join the discussion.


Quick guide on emergency interim remedies


 ‘Plebgate’: A costly lesson in costs budgets

Are Guideline Hourly Rates too low?

Not all doom and gloom: recent case gives new hope for costs budgeting and compliance

Valueless legal rights-the future?

Jackson Reforms to be reviewed by Mr Justice Ramsey


English court jurisdiction and foreign defendants (Conductive Inkjet v Uni-Pixel Displays)

Old breaches, new bite (Michael v Middleton)

Misleading statements on financial position result in stay of adjudication enforcement (Pioneer Cladding v John Graham Construction)

LIBOR latest: recent judgment by Mr Justice Teare throws new light on the ongoing litigation between Deutsche Bank and Unitech Global

Judge declines to approve ‘disproportionate and unreasonable’ costs (Stella Willis v MRJ Rundell)

No fee, no win: risk of last minute claims (Page v Hewetts)


Dispute Resolution blog on Costs

Costs and Litigation Funding conference 2013

A letter from Nicholas Bacon QC, Chairman: Costs and Litigation Funding conference 2013


Financial services arbitration-the future

Emergency arbitration–what’s it all about?

AAA Commercial Arbitration rule changes—are you in the know?

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