ENGLISH COURT RESTRAINS EXPERT FROM ACTING IN ARBITRATION DUE TO BREACH OF FIDUCIARY DUTY OF LOYALTY

In a recent post on our Construction Notes blog, Emma Schaafsma and Jake Reynolds consider the decision of the Technology and Construction Court in A Company v X, Y, Z [2020] EWHC 809 (TCC), in which the English court restrained a global expert consultancy firm from acting in an arbitration due to breach of the fiduciary duty of loyalty to the client. Emma and Jake take an in-depth look at the judgment and highlight some key observations and practice points that arise out of the decision. The full post can be read here.

For more information, please contact Emma Schaafsma, Partner, Jake Reynolds, Associate, or your usual Hebert Smith Freehills contact.

Emma Schaafsma
Emma Schaafsma
Partner
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Jake Reynolds
Jake Reynolds
Of Counsel
+44 20 7466 2370

 

New HSF Global Construction & Infrastructure Disputes publication is launched

We are delighted to share with you the inaugural issue of the new publication from the Herbert Smith Freehills Global Construction and Infrastructure Disputes Practice. Inside Construction and Infra showcases the expertise of our leading construction and infrastructure disputes lawyers, giving our clients the benefit of their experience drawn from cases taking place around the world. The publication offers fresh perspectives on this rapidly changing industry, identifying current market trends and providing personal insights from our practitioners across the globe. Click here to access issue #1 of Inside Construction and Infra.

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