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By Damian Rourke, Peter Smithson
Clyde & Co's fraud team have recently concluded a successful application to rescind a contract agreed following the Claimant's acceptance of the insurer's MOJ portal offer
By Peter Dinunzio, Jeffrey Fegan, Vincent J. Palmiotto, William Swallow
The Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey provides clarity to litigants in asbestos litigation with respect to the proving of apportionment claims at trial.
By Peter Dinunzio, Jeffrey Fegan, Vincent J. Palmiotto, William Swallow
The U.S. Center for Disease Control is investigating a potential outbreak of lung disease in connection with the use of e-cigarette products.
By Peter Dinunzio, Jeffrey Fegan, Vincent J. Palmiotto, William Swallow
Recently published research indicates that exposure to cosmetic talc is not associated with the development of pleural cancer/mesothelioma.
By Peter Dinunzio, Jeffrey Fegan, Vincent J. Palmiotto, William Swallow
Judge delivers verdict for the State of Oklahoma after a two-month bench trial against Johnson & Johnson.
By Peter Dinunzio, Jeffrey Fegan, Vincent J. Palmiotto, William Swallow
Two verdicts for plaintiffs in pleural mesothelioma cases defended by Ford Motor Company.
By Ben Brown
The DIFC Authority has recently announced the release of the new DIFC Employment Law, which has come into force on 28 August 2019.
By Joyce Chan, Gillian Morrissey
The new statutory licensing and conduct regime for insurance intermediaries comes into operation on 23 September 2019.
By Clare Hatcher, Annie Wood
Over 100 local authorities who are in the process of developing a new local plan have received a warning from ClientEarth, an environmental campaign group
By Rob Deans, Amr Eldakak
The UAE Ministry of Economy recently announced a sweeping change in official fee payments, which included a reduction in the annuity payments for patents
By Jo-Anne Demers, Laurent Lacas
La Cour d'appel appuie de façon non équivoque la théorie de l'obligation essentielle laquelle permet, dans certaines circonstances, de rendre nulle une clause de limitation de responsabilité.
By Maurice Thompson, James Cooper, Paul Hopwood, Jess Tomlinson
Today, the Supreme Court of Queensland handed down an important interlocutory decision in Murphy Operator & Ors v Gladstone Ports Corporation & Anor (No.4) [2019] QSC 228.
By Nick Davy
Friday, 13 September 2019: Today, the Supreme Court of Queensland handed down a significant decision in relation the ongoing court proceedings
By Richard Power
Solar Wars Part X considered the continued willingness of arbitral tribunals to accept jurisdiction to hear claims under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) by EU investors against EU Member States.
By Richard Power
Previous Solar Wars articles explained how arbitral tribunals considering intra-EU claims under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) have consistently rejected the application of judgment.
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