Quadrant Chambers is delighted to announce the publication of Foreign Currency: Claims, Judgments & Damages.
The book was co-authored by Quadrant Members Michael Howard QC, John Kimbell QC, and John Knott of Holman Fenwick Willan. It offers all the information and advice needed by any practitioner in advancing, or defending against, any elements of a claim for debt, damages for breach of contract, or in tort, involving a foreign currency. This book also covers related matters, such as shares in funds and insolvency.
The book is available from Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
Quadrant Chambers presents a special edition of International Corporate Rescue, which aims to focus a spotlight on some of the cutting edge cross-border insolvency issues with a partiular emphasis on the commodities and shipping markets.
Robert Jan Temmink recently produced an article which discusses some of the difficulties in convincing arbitral tribunals to enforce binding, but disputed (“non-final”) Dispute Adjudication Board (“DAB”) decisions. A summarised version first appeared in the International Arbitration newsletter Winter 2015/2016.
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Quadrant Chambers is delighted to announce the publication of the Winter 2015/2016 edition of the International Arbitration Newsletter.
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Michael McParland’s book, The Rome I Regulation on the Law Applicable to Contractual Obligations (Oxford University Press, 2015) has been very favourably reviewed by Professor Adrian Briggs in Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly ( LMCLQ 597-598).
Professor Briggs, the very distinguished Professor of Private International Law at Oxford and a practising barrister himself, says: “This is a marvellous book, an absolute must for anyone who is seriously concerned with the private international law of what we once called contracts but now have to call contractual obligations. There is no need to read any more of this review: just buy it”. Professor Briggs concludes his review of Michael’s book in the following terms: “This book is a magnificent achievement, for which all serious commercial lawyers will be in the author’s debt. There is no more to be said”.
Michael's book is available from Oxford University Press.
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