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The great push-back: Interpreting the Mitchell principles on a case by case basis

18th March 2014

Dispute resolution analysis: Which test should jusges apply when lifting a stay imposed by reason of one party's compliance failings? James Watthey, who acted for the claimants in Summit Navigation, causes that every application for relief is fact specific.

This article was first published on Lexis(R)PSL Dispute Resolution on 7 March 2014.

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