On 11 June 2019 the House of Commons’ Women and Equalities Committee published its report on the use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) in discrimination cases. Whilst the benefits are recognised, the use and scope of NDAs require improvements.
When is it appropriate to allow a potential defendant to take advantage of a mistake on the part of a would-be claimant giving rise to defective service, where any new claim would be statute-barred?
Where there is a risk of dissipation between judgment and execution, post-judgment freezing injunctions are an increasingly common tool to facilitate execution, although, crucially, they are not a part of execution themselves.
The decision of Mrs Justice Jefford DBE in RGB P&C Ltd. v Victory House General Partner Ltd is an interesting example of...
This short article offers a modest view as to whether the Technology and Construction Court (“TCC”) will remain a global hub of legal expertise in the medium-term.