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Global law firm Kennedys is celebrating 20 years in Hong Kong, and is also moving to new offices.
A roundup of recent court decisions raising issues relating to calculation of accommodation claims, uncontroverted expert evidence, withdrawal of admissions, the effect of liquidation and restoration on limitation periods, withdrawal of Part 36 offers, striking out of claims, and fundamental dishonesty.
We are pleased to announce that the publication of the 2021 edition of The Legal 500 UK has seen us ranked as a ‘top-tier firm’ in nine practice areas.
The aviation sector has been one of the most affected sectors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, suffering the biggest crisis in its history. Nevertheless, with the assistance of government measures and industry guidance, it seems that its slow recovery has started.
Case review 10-08-2020
In a decision handed down on 29 July 2020 the Court of Appeal ruled on the continuing personal injury and dependency claim by Lady Christine Brownlie against Four Seasons entities.
A Kennedys acaba de divulgar os seus resultados financeiros relativos ao ano de 2019/2020. A Firma inglesa, que tem representação em Portugal desde 2011, reportou uma faturação recorde de £238M (aproximadamente €265M), o que corresponde a um acréscimo de 9% face aos 12 meses anteriores.
Our latest thinking into the insurance impacts arising from the ongoing crisis is offered against a positive step in the UK exit strategy. Abbott and Roche have now both been approved to provide COVID-19 antibody tests in the UK.
As consumer demand diminishes and global economies are predicted to hit record recessions, demand for goods and for raw materials has seen a corresponding collapse.
Exploring defences available to UK tour operators over pre-departure cancellations following the COVID-19 outbreak
The Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018 make clear there is a requirement for tour operators to make a refund if they cannot provide the holiday the customer booked. However, it was clearly never the intention to cover such wide-scale interruption as we have seen since the COVID-19 outbreak.