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Conyers Dill & Pearman
Bermuda, a leading offshore commercial centre, does not currently have any modern, express statutory provisions relating to recognition and assistance to foreign officeholders.
Walkers
In a first of its kind for Bermuda, Taylors successfully obtained an anti-suit injunction preventing a foreign arbitration, in favour of Bermuda Court proceedings.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
The Bribery Act, 2016 will come into force on 1 September 2017.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
Minority shareholders angry with the conduct of their company have limited rights of redress other than to sell their shares for whatever price they can get.
Sedgwick Chudleigh
The Centre for Justice, a Bermuda-based human rights advocacy group represented by Sedgwick Chudleigh Ltd., has successfully intervened in a case before the Bermuda Court of Appeal between the Corporation of Hamilton and the Government of Bermuda
Sedgwick Chudleigh
The Privy Council denies recovery of internal costs incurred in preparation for compliance with Bermuda Supreme Court disclosure orders.
MJM Limited
We have previously written a post about the Supreme Court's decision in Bermuda Press (Holdings) v Registrar of the Supreme Court in which the Chief Justice considered the public's right of access...
Sedgwick Chudleigh
Mediation is now universally recognised to be an effective way of resolving a wide range of domestic and international disputes, on a consensual basis, without the need for the parties to go to a final Court or arbitration hearing.
Sedgwick Chudleigh
Arbitration is a common form of dispute resolution for resolving commercial insurance disputes, particularly on policies underwritten in the London and Bermuda markets.
Sedgwick Chudleigh
In our Offshore Lawyers' Liability article in April 2014, we noted the growth of professional liability claims and allegations of professional misconduct against lawyers and law firms in offshore jurisdictions.
Sedgwick Chudleigh
The arbitral tribunal must determine an appropriate remedy in accordance with the law that the parties have chosen to apply to the dispute.
MJM Limited
The Court recently set out an interesting ruling on costs relating to an application for indemnity costs and a third party costs order.
MJM Limited
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Bermuda struck out a constitutional claim made by the Allied Trust and Allied Development Partners Limited in relation to the voiding of the Waterfront agreements.
MJM Limited
This week the Government of Bermuda launched a new information portal. Completely redesigned and revamped, it appears to be quite user friendly...
Harneys
In what proved to be a late Christmas present for the board of International Investments Enterprises Ltd (IIEL), Harneys Bermuda successfully invoked the now seldom relied upon quia timet, "because he fears" jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of Bermuda.
Appleby
The necessary reliance on local courts for enforcement of foreign arbitral awards can lead to significant delays in finalising a dispute.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
Our goal is to provide a useful reference tool for clients and practitioners who are interested in the development of case law in each jurisdiction.
Appleby
In July 2014 the Bermuda legislature enacted the Trustee Amendment Act 2014. The effect of this statutory reform was to insert a new section 47A into the Trustee Act 1975.
Appleby
What happens when a creditor petitions to wind up a company for the non-payment of a contractual debt and the company disputes both the debt and also the jurisdiction of the court...
Appleby
Arbitration, as a mechanism of binding dispute resolution, is the equivalent of litigation in the courts, but entails resolving disputes outside the courts in accordance with procedures, structures and substantive legal or non-legal standards chosen by the parties involved.
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Conyers Dill & Pearman
The Bribery Act, 2016 will come into force on 1 September 2017.
Walkers
In a first of its kind for Bermuda, Taylors successfully obtained an anti-suit injunction preventing a foreign arbitration, in favour of Bermuda Court proceedings.
Sedgwick Chudleigh
Mediation is now universally recognised to be an effective way of resolving a wide range of domestic and international disputes, on a consensual basis, without the need for the parties to go to a final Court or arbitration hearing.
Appleby
What happens when a creditor petitions to wind up a company for the non-payment of a contractual debt and the company disputes both the debt and also the jurisdiction of the court...
Sedgwick Chudleigh
The Privy Council denies recovery of internal costs incurred in preparation for compliance with Bermuda Supreme Court disclosure orders.
Sedgwick Chudleigh
The Centre for Justice, a Bermuda-based human rights advocacy group represented by Sedgwick Chudleigh Ltd., has successfully intervened in a case before the Bermuda Court of Appeal between the Corporation of Hamilton and the Government of Bermuda
Conyers Dill & Pearman
Minority shareholders angry with the conduct of their company have limited rights of redress other than to sell their shares for whatever price they can get.
Sedgwick Chudleigh
In our Offshore Lawyers' Liability article in April 2014, we noted the growth of professional liability claims and allegations of professional misconduct against lawyers and law firms in offshore jurisdictions.
MJM Limited
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Bermuda struck out a constitutional claim made by the Allied Trust and Allied Development Partners Limited in relation to the voiding of the Waterfront agreements.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
Our goal is to provide a useful reference tool for clients and practitioners who are interested in the development of case law in each jurisdiction.
Appleby
The necessary reliance on local courts for enforcement of foreign arbitral awards can lead to significant delays in finalising a dispute.
Harneys
In what proved to be a late Christmas present for the board of International Investments Enterprises Ltd (IIEL), Harneys Bermuda successfully invoked the now seldom relied upon quia timet, "because he fears" jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of Bermuda.
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