About Albert Dinelli

Albert practises in a wide range of commercial and multi-jurisdictional disputes, many of which raise questions of private international law. He has written extensively on the topic, having completed his doctorate in the area under the supervision of Professor Adrian Briggs at the University of Oxford. Albert also maintains chambers in Australia, and occasionally posts about developments in private international law from down under. Find out more about Albert and see his posts.

Some useful reminders as to service out in insolvency proceedings: Hosking v Apax Partners LLP [2016] EWHC 558 (Ch)

Practitioners regularly acting in insolvency proceedings were given a “refresher” on the matters to which they should have regard when seeking permission to serve a non-EU foreign defendant out of the jurisdiction in Hosking v Apax Partners LLP [2016] EWHC 558 (Ch). Continue reading