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Cross Border Litigation And Arbitration Post Brexit

Dispute Resolution & Litigation

The more things change, the more they stay the same: Cross border litigation and arbitration post-Brexit

The UK officially left the European Union (“EU”) at 11pm on 31 January 2020

20 February 2020

Novel Coronavirus COVID-19: Force Majeure and Frustration under PRC, English and Hong Kong laws

As the coronavirus continues to roam around the world, we provide practical insights on the related force majeure and frustration laws.

20 February 2020

Five Elements for Chinese Companies trading with UK counterparts Part 5: Earth

In our work with international companies supplying goods to the UK, we see a number of common issues arising regularly.

18 October 2019

Five Elements for Chinese Companies trading with UK counterparts Part 4: Fire

In our work with international companies supplying goods to the UK, we see the same issues arising regularly.

17 October 2019

Five Elements for Chinese Companies trading with UK counterparts Part 3: Water

In our work with international companies supplying goods to the UK, we see a number of common issues arising regularly.

16 October 2019

Five Elements for Chinese Companies trading with UK counterparts Part 2: Wood

In our work with international companies supplying goods to the UK, we see a number of common issues arising regularly.

15 October 2019

Five Elements for Chinese Companies trading with UK counterparts Part 1: Gold

In our work with international companies supplying goods to the UK, we see a number of common issues arising regularly.

11 October 2019

Guide to the Criminal Finances Act

The Criminal Finances Act 2017 has, in a short period of time, established itself as a highly effective piece of legislation in the UK’s anti-money laundering regime

03 October 2019

UK Dispute Resolution Round-Up – Q3 2019

We highlight the key litigation news of Q3 2019.

02 October 2019

KWM’s UK Dispute Resolution Round-Up

Q1 2019: the English Courts attempt to create some certainty for businesses by robustly upholding orthodox common law principles, while Brexit chaos continues. In other news, the...

12 April 2019

The Rise Of The Courts

Arbitration arose as a private out-of-court means to resolve disputes. Autonomy, confidentiality, flexibility, neutrality, and finality attracted users. However, some of these very features have generated scrutiny recent...

19 November 2018
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10 predictions about international arbitration in 2028 in a post-Brexit UK (and a review of relevant English Court decisions of the last quarter)

Our experts give their top 10 predictions about international arbitration in 2028

19 November 2018
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