Every business is grappling with the difficult and novel challenges of keeping its employees safe, managing its finances, and staying abreast of daily developments. All this in addition to fulfilling obligations to shareholders, regulatory bodies
The Sky’s the Limit On 4 December 2019, our Real Estate Finance Team will be giving a breakfast update on a couple of issues of importance to real estate lenders: Roof and Airspace developments and
Freezing order discharged—lack of solid evidence of risk of dissipation of assets (Ivy Technology v Martin)
02/10/2019 Dispute Resolution analysis: This case illustrates clearly that an applicant must provide solid evidence of a current and real risk of dissipation of assets in order to obtain and maintain a freezing injunction. Satisfying
City law firm Druces is delighted to have been recommended in 12 legal categories in the latest edition of Legal 500, (2020) which has just been published, together with commendations for a number of our lawyers.
Standing International Forum of Commercial Courts (SIFoCC) publishes Multilateral Memorandum on Enforcement of Commercial Judgments for Money
The Multilateral Memorandum provides greater clarity on the procedures for the enforcement of judgments worldwide. Significantly its contributors include certain states of the USA which historically has been reluctant to sign up to reciprocal enforcement
Druces welcomes delegation of Chinese Dispute Resolution & Arbitration Lawyers from the Wuxi Lawyers Association
Druces was delighted to welcome a delegation of 14 senior Dispute Resolution lawyers from Wuxi in China to its London office recently to learn about the inner workings of an international arbitration team in a
There has been much commentary on whether Brexit could amount to an event of ‘frustration’; the English doctrine which operates to bring a contract prospectively to an end because of an unexpected supervening event. That
Brexit, English jurisdiction and enforcement: do I need to review my disputes clauses? Breakfast Briefing (14.03.2019)
Predicting the outcome of Brexit is no easier now than it was two years ago. But whatever comes about, there is a real prospect that after 29 March 2019, the Brussels Regulation regime will be
City law firm Druces is delighted to have been recommended in ten legal categories in the latest edition of Legal 500, (2019) which has just been published, together with commendations for a number of our lawyers.
Since 31 January 2018, law enforcement agencies (including HMRC) have a new wide-reaching tool at their disposal – the Unexplained Wealth Order (“UWO”). Non-EEA Politically Exposed Persons (“PEPs”) and those suspected of involvement with serious