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Court of Appeal confirms the conventional operation of extension of time provisions

The Court of Appeal in Carillion Construction Limited v EMCOR Engineering Services Limited [2017] EWCA Civ 65 has confirmed that the industry-wide practice of awarding extensions of time running contiguously from the previous...more

Excalibur Litigation: Court of Appeal Confirms that Funders Will Be Put to the Sword

- In the recent decision of Excalibur Ventures v Texas Keystone and others, the Court of Appeal has provided important guidance on the extent to which third party funders may be required to pay the costs of a defendant who...more

Arbitrator's award of third party funding costs upheld by High Court

A recent High Court decision upheld a costs award in arbitration proceedings that included third party funding costs. The Court concluded that the arbitrator had wide discretion to award costs, which included the award of...more

Unlocking the Door

When faced with a party which refuses to pay their share of the arbitral fees, it may seem attractive to go to court claiming that the defaulting party has repudiated the arbitration clause. Such a backdoor approach to...more

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