Commercial Litigation Law360 UK provides breaking news and analysis on business disputes in the U.K. and Europe. Coverage includes developments in commercial cases in U.K. and European courts, as well as policy issues and court rulings that affect litigation procedures, including class actions, litigation funding arrangements and case management.
A judge in London refused to let a medical services provider appeal part of a decision in its suit accusing Royal Mail of anti-competitively limiting the company's ability to ship home testing kits for detecting sexually transmitted diseases.
Deutsche Bank has argued that the government of Sicily cannot rely on local Italian laws to attempt to avoid a High Court lawsuit brought to enforce the terms of an agreement that restructured the region's debts.
Gaps in the evidence that NatWest has turned over in a £14 million ($18.3 million) lawsuit over its scandal-hit restructuring group hint at irregularities and raise suspicions that the bank is fraudulently withholding information, counsel for a businessman told a judge on Thursday.
RSA Group PLC has dropped key policy wording from its Supreme Court appeal against a judgment in a test case over insurance for business interruption, a step that has been described as a victory for small businesses.
Pacific Drilling SA has lost its bid to challenge a London tribunal's award ordering it to pay $320 million to Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd., one of the world's largest shipbuilders, following a dispute over a soured $517.5 million contract to construct an ultra-deepwater drillship.