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In the defamation case, the court did not need to place weight on the expert evidence of the forensic lipreader.
Holman Webb
An example of how difficult it can be to successfully rely on a limitations defence, particularly at an interlocutory stage.
Stacks Law Firm
The legal basis for the success of the class action rested on the law of torts and what is termed "private nuisance".
Carroll & O'Dea
Provides a background to the Heston Russell v ABC case and examines the public interest defence to defamation.
Tauil & Chequer
O "Brasília em Pauta" é um boletim semanal preparado pela equipe de Contencioso de Brasília, contendo os principais casos a serem julgados pelo Supremo Tribunal Federal ...
British Virgin Islands
Charles Dickens's description of the fictional case of Jarndyce v Jarndyce in Bleak House has created a reputation for the legal system of interminable delay and expense...
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Recent decisions from Canadian courts will impact businesses in various industries. Below are five takeaways from commercial cases across the country to help your business stay ahead of litigation risk...
Gardiner Roberts LLP
A party seeking an injunction to prevent a broadcaster from publishing a story about them will face significant obstacles due to the principles of freedom of expression in Canada...
Bennett Jones LLP
In the recent decision of Electronic Arts Inc. v Bourgeois, 2024 QCCA 284 (Bourgeois), the Québec Court of Appeal provided direction concerning when and how defendants...
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
On March 27, 2024, the Court of Appeal for Ontario released its much awaited decision in Palmer v. Teva. The decision sends a clear signal that claims based on weak science...
Reynolds Mirth Richards & Farmer
When picturing legal proceedings, many people envision dramatic courtroom trials with witnesses taking the stand. However, in Alberta, civil trials (unlike criminal trials) are rare.
En tant que défendeur à une demande d'autorisation d'une action collective au Québec, vous venez d'apprendre que la Cour supérieure a autorisé l'exercice d'une action collective...
Miller Thomson LLP
Social media offers a platform for the sharing of information; however, the use of social media presents unique and significant legal challenges and potential liability...
Miller Thomson LLP
Litigation is often a lengthy and costly experience for those involved in commercial disputes. Parties often assume that if they are successful, their entire legal fees will be paid...
Cayman Islands
The recent decision of the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal (CICA) in Minsheng Vocational Education Company Limited (Minsheng) v Leed Education Holding Limited (the Education Group)...
Saisie (meaning "to seize") is a court-driven, Guernsey customary law process, governed by the Saisie Procedure (Simplification) (Bailiwick) Order, 1952. It is a three-stage...
Hong Kong
Herbert Smith Freehills
Without prejudice ("WP") privilege protects a party's genuine attempt to settle a dispute by preventing communications made in that connection from being admitted as evidence in court.
Metalegal Advocates
In a recent ruling by the Appellate Tribunal (‘Tribunal') for the Smugglers and Foreign Exchange Manipulators (Forfeiture of Property) Act, 1976 (‘SAFEMA') in Sukhlal Baiga v. Initiating Officer...
Argus Partners
On January 2, 2024, the Supreme Court of in India in the case of, Kanwar Raj Singh (D) Th. Lrs. v. Gejo (D) Th. Lrs., has held that a sale deed will only operate from the date of registration ...
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