Practice – Civil litigation. The parties had issued cross-petitions to grant relief against unfairly prejudicial conduct of a company's affairs. Various interim orders were made, the effect of which was that judgment was entered against HRH Prince Abdulaziz (the Prince) in respect of a counterclaim, and his application to stay the judgment pending the trial of the petitions was refused. The Prince appealed. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, in dismissing his appeals, held, among other things, that the Prince could not rely on a protocol in Saudi Arabia that members of the royal family were prevented from signing court documents to avoid compliance with an order that he provide a signed witness statement. The Supreme court held that there was no good reason to interfere in the case management of the trial judges or of the decision of the Court of Appeal.