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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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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 beŽdiging.
Netherlands
9 Jul 2018
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Wetsvoorstel Vereenvoudiging En Modernisering Bewijsrecht
Op 31 mei 2018 is het wetsvoorstel vereenvoudiging en modernisering bewijsrecht in consultatie gegaan. Tot en met 29 juli 2018 kan op het voorstel worden gereageerd.
Netherlands
9 Jul 2018
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M&S v. BNP Paribas - Simply No Implied Apportionment
The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in the seminal M&S v. BNP Paribas case.
UK
7 Dec 2015
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Litigation. Major Russian Legislation Changes For 2014
The constitutional reform announced in 2013 was completed on August 6, 2014 with the abolition of the RF Supreme Commercial Court and the opening of the new RF Supreme Court.
Russian Federation
11 Feb 2015
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Supreme Court Rules On The Limitation Period In Constructive Trustee Cases
The Supreme Court has recently provided clarity on two questions where there have been inconsistent authorities for much of the 20th century.
UK
19 Mar 2014
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UK Court Confirms Privacy Tort And Addresses Meaning Of Personal Information
On January 16, 2014, the English High Court of Justice issued reasons in "Vidal-Hall v. Google Inc.".
UK
17 Jan 2014
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