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Australia
Gilchrist Connell
Guidance on when costs of separate legal representation by an employee are likely to be considered 'reasonable'.
K&L Gates
All Australian financial services licensees with a retail authorisation, Australian credit licensees and certain unlicensed entities...
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Threats of US extradition and conviction undermine press freedoms and international justice for journalists.
Cooper Grace Ward
A common business dispute scenario where misleading statements do not necessarily entitle a party to relief from a court.
K&L Gates
RWQ alleges that he is entitled to recover damages from the Archdiocese for nervous shock caused by him learning of the alleged abuse of his deceased son by George Pell ...
Bermuda
Appleby
International business is the primary area of economic activity in Bermuda, as a result of not just a favourable tax regime, but also because of its political and legal stability...
British Virgin Islands
Harneys
By way of background to the appeal, the 1st to 6th respondents, in their capacity as minority shareholders, commenced derivative proceedings against the appellants.
Canada
Field LLP
The Alberta Human Rights Commission and labour arbitrators hold concurrent jurisdiction over human rights issues in unionized workplaces, as highlighted by a recent decision from the Chief of the Alberta Human Rights.
Rosen & Associates
When it comes to dealing with tax disputes, a well-informed, proactive approach is crucial to achieving a favourable outcome. Tax disputes can be complex and intimidating...
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
The Court of Appeal for British Columbia's decision in Bollhorn v. Lakehouse Custom Homes Ltd., 2023 BCCA 444, highlights an apparent "lacuna", or gap, in the domestic arbitration scheme...
McCague Borlack LLP
I'll always remember the day when I stepped into the managing partner's office, and he said, "Nick, you're going to trial." A rush of adrenaline and nerves flushed through my body.
FH&P Lawyers
When there is a legal dispute, the first thing people think of is having a judge decide on who is right and who is wrong. This involves a process where the conflict...
Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP
In Ledore Investments v Dixin Construction,on an application for judicial review, the Ontario Divisional Court was asked to consider whether an adjudication under Ontario's Construction Act should be set aside ...
Dentons
In the British Columbia Civil Resolution Tribunal's decision Moffatt v. Air Canada, 2024 BCCRT 149, tribunal member Christopher C. Rivers ("Member")...
Cayman Islands
Carey Olsen
Partner Denis Olarou and counsel Tim Baildam analyse the Cayman Islands' perspective in contrast to the English view on Norwich Pharmacal disclosure...
China
AnJie Broad Law Firm
China's trade sanctions system has counter and defensive characteristics and is established and continuously improved to address discriminatory and restrictive measures taken by foreign countries...
Guernsey
Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen has successfully represented Utmost Worldwide Limited ("Utmost") in defending claims advanced by International Healthcare Solutions Limited ("IHSL") in the Royal Court.
India
Acuity Law
One of the hallmarks on which the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Arbitration Act) was enacted was to minimize the supervisory role of courts in the arbitral process...
ANM Global
The Mediation Act 2023 received the President's assent on 14th September 2023 and came to be published and notified by the Ministry of Law and Justice in the Gazette of India on 15th September 2023.
IndusLaw
In response to longstanding stagnation, on February 03, 2024, the Karnataka state government notified the Karnataka Stamp (Amendment) Act 2023 ("Amendment Act")...
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