Commercial Bar under fire for promoting Dubai as a world arbitration centre

UAE ‘an immature’ legal system that is ‘subject to regular abuse’, says U

Argos loses trade mark and passing off claim

‘David and Goliath’ case shows the ‘online land-grab’ between brands is heatin

Strength in numbers

The VW litigation could increase the popularity of group actions in the UK, says Jad

Europe still sets the pace

Julian Morris considers a CJEU ruling on what constitutes the cancellation of a flight, foreign jurisdiction issues, and a recent epidemic of holiday sicknes

Freezing point

Windrush is a useful reminder of the importance of taking care when drafting freezing orders and consenting to continuation, writes Git

Housing reforms receive mixed reception

Government to consult Law Commission over leasehol

A clear case for stronger SuDS legislation

Sustainable drainage systems can have a positive impact on developments and land value, but the planning process must be improved to ensure wider implementation, believes Stuar