Colin Biggers & Paisley
Recent case contains summary of Rules of Court permitting orders about preservation & inspection of property & early discovery.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
NSW court considered whether the dangerous recreational activity defence applies in the context of a professional horse race.
Businesses should be aware of possible risks of defamation liability, and implement appropriate policies and procedures.
Defamation law has failed to keep pace with the changing landscape – including the significant role of social media.
Johnson Winter & Slattery
New South Wales Parliament has today passed the Defamation Amendment Bill 2020. This makes NSW, which has been described as "Australia's defamation capital"...
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
The professional jockey failed in his personal injuries claim against another jockey, found guilty of careless riding.
Travis Schultz & Partners
If the injured passenger did participate in the illegal street race, a claim of negligent driving might be dismissed.
NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman has been pushing for big changes to uniform national defamation laws across Australia.
The Hong Kong Court of First Instance (HKCFI) has had no hesitation in discharging an Enforcement Order on grounds of material non-disclosure, in a case relating to the enforcement of...
As one of the leading commercial hubs for international business transactions, Hong Kong also prides itself as a prime location for dispute resolution not only in the Asia Pacific...
The law would be adequate, should occasion arise, to do justice between the rival claimants.
In 2001, Government of India made a reference to the Law Commission to undertake a comprehensive review of the Act, in view of various shortcomings observed in the working of the Act.
Vimadalal & Co.
In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court of India held that a daughter coparcener would have equal coparcenary rights in Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)...
Link Legal India Law Services
Changes to the Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996 ("Act") by the Arbitration & Conciliation Amendment Bill 2019, (Bill) was passed by the Rajya Sabha, (the Upper House of Parliament)
Confusion over basic concepts of arbitration viz, its seat and venue continue to bedevil Indian law. The latest addition to this cornucopia of conflicting judgements was rendered by the Supreme Court
The recent judgement of the Delhi High Court in Union of India v. Reliance Industries & Ors, is a reminder to sceptics that Indian judicial philosophy eschews interference with the arbitral process.
There has always been a tension between the doctrine of party autonomy and the high principle of independence and impartiality expected of an arbitrator. Courts have attempted to balance the operation
Effective August 29, 2020, the Japanese Diet has amended the Foreign Lawyers Act (the "FLA") to expand the scope of services some foreign lawyers can provide in international arbitration...
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