Claims and Disputes in UK Law
Books & Journal Articles
Comment: Risk Allocation Norms of Civil Construction Contracts in Ethiopia
Risk is any uncertainty in an industry including the construction sector. Claims and disputes arise when risks occur in construction projects. This comment discusses risk allocation under Ethiopian...
Sensitivity Bargaining — An Alternative to Conflict
The British industrial relations system has, on the whole, tended to serve the country well, but it has failed to adapt to new conditions in the postwar period and has faltered. More importantly th...
Juridification in Chinese Labour Law: a cautionary tale of remuneration disputes
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the post-enactment status of China’s Labour Contract Law and Labour Dispute Mediation and Arbitration Law, focusing on the dramatic rise in remunera...
Parliamentary Bills of Rights: An Alternative Model?
This paper examines the emergence of a new model for protecting rights (referred to as the ‘parliamentary rights’ model) in Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the Australian Capital Terri...
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Law Firm Commentaries
English High Court Of Justice Analyzes Standards Governing Fraudulent Inducement Claims In Reinsurance Disputes
The Court of Appeal of England and Wales approved the judgment of the trial court in a reinsurance dispute between Axa and Arab Insurance Group (Arig) related to certain insured energy construction...
Sliding the Scale: The UK's New "Small Claims" Court for Intellectual Property Disputes
An often-frustrating aspect of IP law is that in relatively small matters, the cost of litigation can quickly become disproportionate to the value of the intellectual property in dispute. In other ...
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