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Emails Can Satisfy The Acknowledgement Requirement And Forbearance Can Postpone Discoverability Of A Claim
In University Plumbing v Solstice Two Limited, 2019 ONSC 4276, the Superior Court addressed two questions: (i) whether an email can satisfy the acknowledgement requirement under s.
Canada
19 Sep 2019
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Could A Tribunal Claimant Freeze Their Employer's Bank Account?
The Scottish courts have held that they can make protective orders against the assets of an employer where a claim is brought against that employer in the employment tribunal.
UK
2 Sep 2019
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Principle Of Open Justice Allows Non-Party To Litigation Proceedings Access To Court Documents
Can someone who is not a party to a court case in England get access to court documents? Does this extend to witness statements and documents lodged as evidence?
UK
30 Aug 2019
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Can A Witness Be Guilty Of Contempt By Communicating With A Third Party When They Are Part-Way Through Giving Evidence?
If during trial a witness is part-way through giving evidence and needs to come back after lunch or the next day to carry on, the judge will usually warn them not to talk to anyone about their evidence during the intervening period.
UK
5 Feb 2019
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Litigation And ADR Procedure News For In-House Lawyers: UK Construction Focus - December 6, 2018
An imminent and significant change to the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) is the introduction of the Disclosure Pilot Scheme from 1 January 2019.
UK
11 Dec 2018
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The Tort Of Unlawful Means, In Camera Proceedings And Sealing Orders (Video)
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Canada
5 Dec 2018
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Advocaat Ben Je 24 Uur Per Dag
Advocaat ben je altijd, zeven dagen per week, 24 uur per dag. Dat is de belangrijkste les die een beginnend advocaat meekrijgt bij zijn beëdiging.
Netherlands
9 Jul 2018
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Wetsvoorstel Tot Herziening Van Het Beslag- En Executierecht
Men heeft er zin an in Den Haag. Diverse wetsvoorstellen zijn begin juni ter consultatie gelegd, zo ook een wetsvoorstel dat het beslag- en executierecht in het Wetboek van ...
Netherlands
9 Jul 2018
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Paving The Way For Third-Party Dispute Resolution Funding In Singapore
In 2017 Parliament aligned Singapore with other leading arbitration jurisdictions, such as London, Paris and Geneva, in embracing third-party funding as a viable method in increasing the access to justice of parties...
Singapore
21 Feb 2018
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New Litigation Rules In Ukrainian Courts As Of 15 December 2017
On 3 October 2017 the Ukrainian Parliament passed a law (the Law), which amends and restates the Commercial Procedural Code of Ukraine...
Ukraine
15 Jan 2018
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Uber Appeals To Supreme Court
Uber presented its application to the Supreme Court to appeal the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) decision that its drivers are workers and should have associated rights.
UK
28 Nov 2017
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Three Key Things To Consider On Motions To Disqualify
While some motions to disqualify are nothing more than a litigation tactic, others raise legitimate questions regarding the ethical obligations owed by the attorney and her or his law firm to former clients.
United States
9 Nov 2017
14
Tribunal Fee Refund Scheme Is Now Open
Further to the Supreme Court decision in R (on the application of Unison) v. Lord Chancellor, which held tribunal fees were unlawful, the government has announced that the first claimants eligible for...
UK
30 Oct 2017
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Latest Amendments To The Law On Arbitration And The Civil Procedure Code
On February 27, 2017, Law No. 49-VI on Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Relation to Issues of Improvement of the Civil Law, Banking Law...
Kazakhstan
6 Apr 2017
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"Safety Engineering Letter Of Opinion" Dealing With OHSA Obligations Disallowed By Court In Civil Lawsuit
A "Safety Engineering Letter of Opinion", styled as an "expert report" and covering Occupational Health and Safety Act obligations, was struck and its author was prohibited from testifying...
United States
16 Mar 2017
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DIFC Courts: Still A Conduit Jurisdiction?
A recent decision by the Judicial Tribunal casts doubt on the DIFC Courts' ability to act as a conduit jurisdiction. A summary of that decision is set out in this article.
United Arab Emirates
21 Feb 2017
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NSW Court Of Appeal – Security Of Payment Act Did Not Permit Review Of An Adjudicator's Determination Other Than For Jurisdictional Error
The Supreme Court at first instance had determined that an adjudication determination could be remitted to the adjudicator for re-determination for non-jurisdictional error.
Australia
4 Jan 2017
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Focus On Middle East Dispute Resolution
The DIFC Court of Appeal has delivered a landmark judgment which expands the jurisdiction of the DIFC Courts and allows it to be used as "conduit" jurisdiction.
United Arab Emirates
2 Sep 2016
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A Warning Against Unreasonableness In Dealing With Litigation Deadlines
The High Court has provided a warning to litigants when considering taking an overly technical position in response to an opponent's deadline for service of the claim form and the particulars of claim.
UK
3 Aug 2016
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