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  • Focus Antitrust Competition - Weekly Email Alert

    ... Commission has referred Italy to the ECJ for its failure in recovering illegal aid from hotels in Sardinia. To read the press release, click here ...

  • Sax v Tchernoy, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, March 26, 2014, [2014] EWHC 795 (Comm)

    2. The jurisdictional gateway relied upon by the Claimant (``Mr Sax'') is that his claims are in respect of a contract governed by English law (CPR 6BPD.3 para.3). The alleged contract is a signed Memorandum of Understanding dated ``as of'' 11 April 2008 but signed in late May/early June 2008 (``the MOU''). The parties to the MOU were Mr Tchernoy...

    ... called Partners Capital Group S.r.L., a privately held Italian company, created to develop hotels and resorts in Italy and is now living in Italy. 7. Mr Tchernoy is a Russian businessman. He and ... had been seeking for some time to acquire a site at Porto Conte Bay near Alghero in Sardinia, Italy (``the Property''). The Property consists of an estate of approximately 269 hectares and ...

  • ABB Asea Brown Boveri Ltd & Ors v Hiscox Dedicated Corporate Member Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, May 16, 2007, [2007] EWHC 1150 (Comm)

    1. I have before me an application to amend the pleadings in two related actions. The claimants in each action are ABB Asea Brown Boveri Ltd (``ABB'') & ABB Equity Ventures Inc (``Inc''). Inc was incorporated in Delaware. ABB is the parent company of a group of companies, most of which have ``Asea Brown Boveri'' or ``ABB'' in their names. The group...

    ...68. In ``The Sardinia Sulcis'' [1991] I Lloyd's Rep 201 the Court of Appeal considered the meaning of RSC Order 20 r. ... EWCA Civ 1551); or that the intended claimant is the owner of the relevant building (Thistle Hotels v McAlpine), or cargo (``The Joanna Borchard'') or ship (``The Sardinia Sulcis''), but that the ...

  • Hotel Cipriani SRL & Ors v Cipriani (Grosvenor Street) Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, December 09, 2008, [2008] EWHC 3032 (Ch)

    1. The First Claimant (``HC'') owns and operates the Hotel Cipriani in Venice. The Second Claimant owns and operates the Ristorante Hotel Cipriani at the Lapa Palace Hotel in Lisbon. The Third Claimant owns and operates the Ristorante Villa Cipriani at the Reid's Palace Hotel in Madeira. All three Claimants are members of the Orient Express Hotels

    ...All three Claimants are members of the Orient Express Hotels Group of companies (``OEHG''), which was formerly part of the Sea Containers group. 2. The First ... which forms part of an exclusive club called the Billionaire Club in Porto Cervo in Sardinia which is half-owned by Arrigo and Giuseppe. It opened in 2000. There is no evidence that this ...

  • Illegally Built Properties In Sardinia - The Impact On Owners

    ...Swarovski) or seals placed in hotels and resorts a few meters from the sea. Regrettably, many property developers, over the years, have built in violation of the limits imposed by law, for purely speculative purposes and with dire ...

  • Hotel Cipriani SRL & Ors v Cipriani (Grosvenor Street) Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, February 24, 2010, [2010] EWCA Civ 110

    1. There is in Venice a famous and luxurious hotel, Hotel Cipriani. It is owned and run by the First Claimant in these proceedings, Hotel Cipriani Srl, which is part of the Orient Express group. Also in Venice, and also famous, is a bar and restaurant called Harry's Bar. In and near Venice there are two other establishments which feature in the

    ... not otherwise informed might suppose that there was a connection, at least between the two hotels and the Locanda. An observer with more information would be aware that there was or had also been ...18. There is a restaurant in Sardinia called Cipriani Porto Cervo, which opened in 2000, and is owned as to a half share by Arrigo and ...

  • Morgan EST (Scotland) Ltd v Hanson Concrete Products Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, February 17, 2005, [2005] EWCA Civ 134,[2005] 3 All ER 135,[2005] 1 WLR 2557

    2. The Judge permitted an amendment of the proceedings so that two new claimants could be added to the sole original claimant and for consequential amendments. The defendants say he had no power to do that or that if he did he ought to have refused permission on the grounds of discretion. The facts 3. In 1998 an engineering contractor, Miller Civ...

    ...The Pre-CPR cases on Ord. 20 r.5 - the Sardinia Sulcis test. 17. The courts considered rule 20.5 in a number of cases, the effective culmination of ... In Evans v Charrington it was the current landlord. In Thistle Hotels v McAlpine the identity of the person intending to sue was the proprietor of the hotel. In The ...

  • S P Manweb Plc v Bechtel Water Technology Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, September 25, 2008, [2008] EWHC 2270 (TCC)

    There are before me applications for amendment of Claims Forms and Statements of Case made pursuant to CPR 17.4(3) or alternatively 19.5(2) by each of the Claimants in two consolidated actions arising out of a flooding incident which occurred at the Bromborough Waste Water Treatment Works (``the Works'') on 3 July 2001 causing damage to an electric...

    ...In paragraph 38 he set out the passage from the judgment of Lloyd LJ in the Sardinia Sulcis case [1991] 1 Lloyds Rep 201, which has become known as the test in the Sardinia Sulcis:. ... In Evans v Charrington it was the current landlord. In Thistle Hotels v McAlpine the identity of the person intending to sue was the proprietor of the hotel. In The ...

  • SEB Trygg Holding Aktiebolag v Manches & Ors [2005] EWHC 35 (Comm) (20 January 2005, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, January 18, 2005, [2005] EWHC 35 (Comm) (20 January 2005

    1. This is a trial of 20 preliminary issues relating to liability ("the Preliminary Issues"). The proceedings arise out of arbitration proceedings ("the Arbitration Proceedings") begun in November 1998, which are governed by the Rules of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, but are proceeding in England. The arbitration, which is long and complex,

    ... court can correct the record and the proceedings are correctly constituted ab initio: The Sardinia Sulcis [1991] 1 Lloyds Rep 201, 205 (CA) . 26. The cases show that the identity of the party ...and also a passage from the judgment of Russell LJ in Thistle Hotels Ltd v Sir Robert McAlpine & Sons Limited CA 6 April 1989:. ``But in my view, simply to point out ...

  • Economic recovery gathers pace: the Algerian economy, driven by an upturn in oil and gas earnings, is posting a strong recovery that looks set to continue for the foreseeable future. Stephen Williams reports from Algiers.

    ... zones where investors can benefit from a variety of government subsidies to build new hotels, resorts and other tourism infrastructure. He says that Algeria will set up 'incentive mechanisms' ... is also the possibility of a second new gas pipeline project being built from Algeria to Sardinia and on to Tuscany on the Italian mainland. It would involve a new 640km pipeline from the Hassi ...

  • Morgan Est (Scotland) Ltd v Hanson Concrete Products Ltd, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, July 22, 2004, [2004] EWHC 1778 (TCC)

    1. This is an application on the part of the claimant to amend the claim by the addition of two new claimants. There is also a proposed amendment to the text of the particulars of claim. It is common ground that that amendment stands or falls with the amendments the subject of the application. 2. The claim is a claim for damages for breach of cont...

    ...(with whom Stocker L.J. and Sir George Waller agreed) in The Sardinia Sulcis and Al Tawwab [1991] 1 Lloyd's LR 201, 207. Lloyd L.J. said this:. It is thus established by ...In Evans v. Charrington it was the current landlord. In Thistle Hotels v. McAlpine the identity of the person intending to sue was the proprietor of the hotel. In The ...

  • Adelson & Anor v Associated Newspapers Ltd, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, May 01, 2007, [2007] EWHC 997 (QB)

    1. At the start of the hearing on 25th April I made an order pursuant to Section 4 (2) of the Contempt of Court Act 1981. The terms of the order, and the matters to which it relates, are set out below at para 101. It relates only to that paragraph and the subsequent paragraphs to the end of this judgment. 2. The applications before me relate to an

    ..., which in 1999 was named by the Defendant in the Mail on Sunday as one of the ten grandest hotels in the world. The Third Claimant was known as Las Vegas Sands Inc. until July 2005, when it ... the right to the claim" one is using the wide test expressly eschewed by Lloyd LJ in The Sardinia Sulcis [1991] 1 Lloyd's Rep 201. That may be so, but why does that matter if no one is prejudiced? ...

  • Fluoro Engineering Plastics Ltd v British Telecommunications Plc, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, March 19, 1998, [1998] EWCA Civ 494

    LORD JUSTICE BELDAM: The appellant, Fluoro Engineering Plastics (Linings) Ltd ("Fluoro") appeals with the leave of the full Court from an order of His Honour Judge Harris QC of 4 July 1997 by which he dismissed Fluoro's application under RSC Ord.20,r.5 to substitute as plaintiffs in its stead, Holscot Industrial Linings Limited ("Holscot"). The...

    ... After referring to the judgment of Lloyd LJ (as he then was) in The Sardinia Salsis [1991] 1 Lloyd's Rep 201 at pages 205 to 6, he said he was not satisfied that there had been ... . He helpfully referred us to two transcripts of unreported judgments: Thistle Hotels Ltd v. Sir Robert McAlpine & Sons Ltd decided on 6 April 1989 by this Court; and Signet Group Plc ...

  • Smithkline Beecham Plc. & Anor v Horne-roberts, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 06, 2001, [2001] EWCA Civ 2006,[2002] 1 WLR 1662,(2002) 65 BMLR 79,[2002] CP Rep 20

    1. This appeal, against a decision of Bell J. dated 26 February 2001, raises issues of some importance about the Limitation Act 1980 ("the 1980 Act") as amended by the Consumer Protection Act 1987 ("the 1987 Act"). In particular it concerns the circumstances (if any) in which the court has power to allow the substitution of a new party for a party...

    ... analysis of the authorities as they then stood was provided by the Court of Appeal in The "Sardinia Sulcis" and "AL Tawwab" [1991] 1 Lloyds L.R. 201, in the judgment of Lloyd L.J. with whom Stocker ... In Evans v. Charrington it was the current landlord. In Thistle Hotels v. McAlpine the identity of the person intending to sue was the proprietor of the hotel. In Joanna ...

  • Ramsey & Anor v Leonard Curtis (A Firm), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, July 28, 1999, [1999] EWCA Civ 2006

    Mr Ramsey and Mrs Maclaine were directors, employees and shareholders of a company called Toy and Hobby International Limited. This company ran into financial difficulties, and on 4th January 1991, David Swaden and Keith Goodman (who were partners in a firm of accountants called Leonard Curtis) were appointed joint administrative receivers. The...

    ... The fourth case is The Sardinia Sulcis and The Al Tawwab [1991] 1 Ll R 201. That was the correction of a claimant's name where the ... In Evans -v- Charrington it was the current landlord. In Thistle Hotels -v- McAlpine the identity of the person intending to sue was the proprietor of the hotel. In The ...