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English Court's Dictum On The "Without Prejudice" Rule
The "without prejudice" rule governs admissibility of evidence and is founded on the public policy of encouraging litigants to settle their differences rather than litigate them towards a conclusion.
India
3 Jun 2019
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The English Court Of Appeal Rules On Privileged Documents In Internal Investigations
Litigation privilege will apply to communications between clients and their attorneys if there is reasonable contemplation of criminal proceedings.
India
19 Feb 2019
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English Court Of Appeal Clarifies Scope Of Litigation Privilege
Legal advice given to avoid, or even settle proceedings which are reasonably contemplated, would receive the same level litigation privilege as in cases of defending or resisting litigation.
India
14 Feb 2019
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P&H High Court: No Bar In Schedule VII Under The Arbitration And Conciliation Act 1996 Against Former Employees From Being Appointed As Arbitrators
The 2015 amendments to the Indian Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996 ("Amendment Act" or "2015 Amendments"), introduced the Vth Schedule as a guiding tool for clarifying circumstances...
India
21 Dec 2016
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