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By Jamison R Narbaitz
The US Federal Appellate Court held that plaintiffs who received printed credit card receipts displaying too many card digits or expiration dates, in violation of the statute...
By Lex Dowie
"Where a man, while working in Scotland, inhales asbestos fibres that cause injury to his body after he has become resident in England...
By Peter Kasanda, Amalia Lui
In this updater, we review the legal regime in place for importation and exportation of mineral concentrates in light of the formation of the new body, Tanzania Shipping Agencies Corporation (TASAC) ...
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge holds that insurers can pursue subrogation claim against sub-contractor on a project.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge rules that appeal against an award (following correction of the award) was made too late
By Clyde & Co LLP
Court decides there has been a waiver of privilege and discusses relevancy of documents
By Clyde & Co LLP
Where a CFA or ATE insurance policy was entered into before 1 April 2013, it is still possible to recover the success fee or insurance premium from the other side.
By Dean Carrigan, Avryl Lattin, Michael Tooma, Alena Titterton
Welcome to the latest edition of Clyde & Co's annual Regulatory Trends report.
By Peter Kasanda, Amalia Lui
The TSA Act came into force on 23 February 2018 and the most significant change that affects the mining industry is contained in section 7.
By Peter Hirst
In 2015 the Indian Government made significant changes to the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 as part of its programme to bring its arbitration laws in line with modern practice...
By Damian Rourke
Three years ago, new legislation in England and Wales filled a gap that has existed in third-party personal injury claims.
By Philippe Charlebois
Une décision récente de la Cour supérieure est venue rappeler l'importance pour les assurés de faire preuve de diligence face aux délais mentionnés dans les polices d'assurance chantier.
By Clyde & Co LLP
The Civil Liability Bill has now been published setting out the proposed changes to the compensation regime for whiplash injuries.
By Prakash Pillai, Junxiang Koh
Otto Marine Limited has obtained approval from the Singapore High Court to be placed under judicial management.
By Laure Bonnave, Jean-Charles Ruel
Dans une décision récente, la Cour Supérieure du Québec a rejeté une action en diffamation contre une avocate pratiquant à Montréal, poursuivie par l'ex-conjoint d'une ancienne cliente.
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