In Dana Gas PJSC v Dana Gas Sukuk Ltd [2017] EWHC 2340 (Comm), the High Court took the unusual approach of allowing a hearing to proceed without the active participation of the Claimant and Defendant due to the existence of an anti-suit injunction issued by the UAE Court. The parties had jointly asked the English … Continue reading As a “last resort” trial proceeds without the participation of the parties due to UAE anti-suit injunction

In two recent decisions, the English Courts have demonstrated their willingness to grant injunctions to prevent a party from relying on legally privileged material belonging to the other party to litigation. Legal professional privilege entitles a client to refuse to disclose confidential advice and communications with their lawyers to third parties (such as the court, … Continue reading Courts order injunctions to prevent the use of privileged material