In this post, Jack Prytherch, Of Counsel in the Tax team at CMS, comments on the Supreme Court’s decision in Moulsdale t/a Moulsdale Properties v Commissioners for His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs  UKSC 12, which was handed down on
On Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th April the Court will hear the case of Independent Workers Union of Great Britain v Central Arbitration Committee and anotheron appeal from  EWCA Civ 952. The Court will consider whether
President Trump’s legal team again turned to Congress in an ongoing criminal investigation, penning a letter to the House Intelligence Committee asking it to “formalize procedures for investigations” that would make such matters civil rather than criminal cases.
On Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30thth march the Court will hear the case of Jalla and another v Shell International Trading and Shipping Company and another, on appeal from  EWCA 63. This case concerns the Bonga oil
On appeal from:  EWCA Civ 2026
This appeal arose out of a contractual dispute between Ukraine and the Law Debenture Trust Corporation plc (“the Trustee”), acting on behalf of the Russian Federation (“Russia”).
In 2013, Ukraine issued Eurobonds (“the
In this post, Frankie McPeanne, a trainee solicitor, and Emma Pinkerton, a Partner, both in the Real Estate Disputes team at CMS, preview the decision awaited from the Supreme Court in Wolverhampton City Council and others (Respondents) v London Gypsies
In this post, Eilidh Douglas, Senior Associate in the ICE Disputes team at CMS, previews the case of Republic of Mozambique v Privinvest Shipbuilding SAL (Holding) and Ors, which was heard by the UK Supreme Court on 24 and 25
According to a new report, there has been a legal update in the case regarding Tammy Sytch, perhaps best known to wrestling fans for her time in WWE as Sunny.
Sytch is currently facing
In this snapshot legal update, we report that on 25 May 2022, in a written reply by Mr. Christopher Hui, the Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, to Legislative Council questions on crowdfunding, Mr. Hui confirmed that the Hong
Candey Ltd, the appellant, acted as a solicitor for Peak Motels & Resorts Ltd (“PHRL”) between April 2014 and March 2016 in respect of worldwide litigation and numerous different issues. One such matter was an motion within the Excessive Courtroom