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Enforcing Australian judgments in the UK

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Australia and the United Kingdom may be thousands of miles apart, but that will not prevent judgments issued by Australian courts from being recognised and enforced by UK courts. Importantly, this means Australian litigants can have their judgments...

The applicants that cried wolf: how relying on COVID-19 was 'entirely opportunistic and not credible'

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Yesterday morning, the High Court of Justice in Shorts Gardens LLB v London Borough of Camden Council [2020] EWHC 1001 (Ch) dismissed two applications seeking to restrain winding up petitions, with one of the grounds of the applications...

COVID-19 and the operation of courts: What it means for you

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The courts are rapidly adapting to the new social distancing requirements in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19. Equally, the courts are also taking steps to mitigate the longer term effects such restrictive measures will have on their ability to...