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Dispute Resolution weekly highlights—17 December 2020

Dispute Resolution weekly highlights—17 December 2020
Published on: 17 December 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Dispute Resolution weekly highlights—17 December 2020
  • In this issue:
  • Brexit implications for dispute resolution
  • Beyond Brexit—new savings provisions for serving documents out of the jurisdiction
  • Retained EU law—practical guidance
  • Private International law
  • Coronavirus (Covid-19) implications for dispute resolution
  • HMCTS operational summary for week starting 14 December
  • Nine more Nightingale courts
  • Wales government statement—protection from eviction
  • More...

Article summary

This week's edition of Dispute Resolution weekly highlights includes analysis of a number of key judicial decisions, including Court of Appeal decisions in O’Neill v Holland (common intention constructive trusts) and Digby v Melford Capital (interim injunction costs) as well as two decisions on the Chorley principle in costs (David Poole v Scott-Moncrieff and Associates LLP and JH v CH & SAP) and a High Court decision on whether international flight restrictions due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic were a force majeure event terminating a contract (Fibula Air Travel Srl v Just-US Air Srl), together with coverage of key Brexit developments and coronavirus implications for dispute resolution lawyers and other key news including updated CE-File guidance for the Chancery Division and the Civil Procure Rules Committee’s 6 November 2020 meeting minutes; dates for your diary; details of our most recently published content; and other information of general interest to dispute resolution practitioners. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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