Category: Travel & Cross Border Claims
13
Jan
21
Practitioners undertaking cross border work could be forgiven for thinking that they might be permitted a brief moment of calm after the flurry of pre-Brexit activity immediately preceding ...

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11
Jan
21
It’s been going on for what seems like decades. We’d started to think it would never end. But there is now, finally, hope that the jurisdictional challenge in Brownlie may reach a ...

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21
Dec
20
Regular readers know that we at 1CL maintain Pollyanna levels of optimism and good cheer at all times, but even we have to admit to some small dismay at the cancellation of Christmas this year.

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16
Dec
20
In their webinar yesterday, Sarah Prager, Lisa Dobie, Conor Kennedy and Richard Collier donned their Christmas jumpers and took attendees on a whistle stop tour of some of the key cases of 2020 in the ...

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14
Dec
20
Our hearty thanks go to all of our readers for donating so generously to Crisis at Christmas via the link provided in last week’s Weekly Roundup (

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11
Dec
20
In their webinar yesterday, Sarah Prager and Andrew Spencer covered the fundamental changes to the legal landscape in relation to jurisdiction and enforcement following the end of the Transition ...

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07
Dec
20
The team is feeling festive this week; the puddings are made, the tree is dressed, the Christmas madeira is decanted, and the 1CL choir is practising its carol singing. And what better to add to the ...

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04
Dec
20
Since at least 2003, when the judgment in Lowther v Chatwin [2003] EWCA Civ 729 was handed down, the Courts have been alive to a limited set of circumstances in which the Social Security ...

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03
Dec
20
This paper originally formed the basis of a presentation to APIL on 3 December 2020. The law is accurate as at 6 November 2020 Introduction This paper considers ...

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01
Dec
20
Last week judgment was handed down in the case of Qatar Airways Group v Middle East News FZ LLC [2020] EWHC 2975 (QB), a jurisdiction dispute. The decision raises a number of interesting ...

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