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Travis Schultz & Partners
Gyms in NSW may find themselves liable for injuries sustained by members, if they are forced to clean up after others.
Clyde & Co
Plaintiff law firms are celebrating! From 1 July 2020 class action lawyers can apply to the Supreme Court of Victoria for permission to charge costs using a contingency fee model.
Marque Lawyers
Voller is suing three media companies over Facebook comments posted in response to stories they had published about him.
HBA Legal
"A material fact of a decisive character" was not available to the applicant until she received Prof Bennett's report.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Practitioners and parties will continue to see electronic operations, limiting the need to physically attend Court.
Miller Thomson LLP
As a result of the ongoing need to physically distance due to COVID-19, the personal injury lawyers at Miller Thomson LLP have shifted formal questionings under oath to virtual platforms in...
McMillan LLP
In Uber Technologies Inc. v. Heller,[1] the Supreme Court of Canada invalidated a widely used arbitration clause and thereby gave Uber drivers the green light to proceed with a proposed class action.
McMillan LLP
On June 26, 2020, the Supreme Court of Canada released its much-anticipated decision in Heller v. Uber Technologies Inc.
Bennett Jones LLP
In the June 2020 case of Bergler v. Odenthal, 2020 BCCA 175 [Bergler], the British Columbia Court of Appeal found that deathbed wishes created a "secret trust", ...
Robins Appleby LLP
If #lawtwitter is a barometer for the future of legal practice, the profession has de facto adopted Zoom as a digital stop-gap for in-person meetings.
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP
In a highly-anticipated decision, the Supreme Court of Canada ("SCC") ruled in favour of Uber drivers and food delivery personnel, finding that an arbitration clause within an online standard-form...
McDougall Gauley
A momentary lapse. We have all had them behind the wheel.
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
The Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in the closely watched case of Uber Technologies Inc v. Heller (Heller) on June 26, 2020.
Zhong Lun Law Firm
The year of 2019 has proven another busy year for arbitration lawyers in Mainland China, with the highlights being the significant growth in case volume and the further refinement of the arbitration infrastructure.
Harris Kyriakides
In our Compensations booklet for 2019, you may find a summary of all rulings issued by the Cypriot courts in 2019, in which compensations were awarded for damages resulting from any form of accident.
Soulier Avocats
Le 25 février dernier, la Chambre commerciale internationale de la Cour d'appel de Paris a eu l'occasion de se prononcer pour la première fois sur l'indépendance et l'impartialité des arbitres ...
The Petitioner and the Respondent entered into a Contract in the year of 2011 for supply of goods being shipped from Australia to India.
HSA Advocates
Foseco India Ltd (Foseco) filed an Application under Section 9 against Corporate Debtor before NCLT, Kolkata Bench for an alleged default of INR 90,00,919.10.
Singh & Associates
The process of adoption of domestic arbitrations as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism has not gathered a significant pace even with multiple amendments to the Arbitration and...
Singh & Associates
Independence, impartiality & neutrality of the arbitrator is essential for fair, free & unbiased arbitral proceedings while adhering to the principal of natural justice.
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