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Bennett & Philp Lawyers
The professional jockey failed in his personal injuries claim against another jockey, found guilty of careless riding.
Travis Schultz & Partners
If the injured passenger did participate in the illegal street race, a claim of negligent driving might be dismissed.
Marque Lawyers
NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman has been pushing for big changes to uniform national defamation laws across Australia.
Marque Lawyers
Incoming defamation law reforms will grant better protection, and more certainty, to news publishers across Australia.
Travis Schultz & Partners
Ethical dilemma between the duty to advise clients on disclosure obligations & duty to court to ensure evidence is not deleted.
Johnson Winter & Slattery
The Corporations Amendment (Litigation Funding) Regulations 2020 (Regulations) were published on 23 July 2020. A copy of them and the Explanatory Statement is available here.
In a unanimous judgement, the High Court found the evidence did not establish guilt to the requisite standard of proof.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Recent case highlights the impact of COVID-19 on the ordinarily uncontroversial procedural request for trial by a jury.
Zhong Lun Law Firm
The year of 2019 has proven another busy year for arbitration lawyers in Mainland China, with the highlights being the significant growth in case volume and the further refinement of the arbitration infrastructure.
Hong Kong
Withers LLP
As one of the leading commercial hubs for international business transactions, Hong Kong also prides itself as a prime location for dispute resolution not only in the Asia Pacific...
Mayer Brown
On 26 June 2020, the HKSAR Government launched the Pilot Scheme on Facilitation for Persons Participating in Arbitral Proceedings in Hong Kong (the Scheme).
Phoenix Legal
In a significant decision , the Gujarat High Court ("High Court") held that an order passed by an arbitral tribunal during the pendency
Khaitan & Co
In the arbitration regime, party autonomy has gained much recognition.
Khaitan & Co
Recently the Supreme Court in Kunjumuhammed and Anr. v Mariyumma (Civil Appeal No. 2771 of 2020), held that while hearing a second appeal, the High Court must frame the substantial question of law.
Singhania & Partners LLP, Solicitors and Advocates
In such cases, it has been held that the court of such places would have exclusive jurisdiction over the matter.
Tuli & Co
On 23 March 2020, the Supreme Court of India extended the limitation period for all 'proceedings' with effect from 15 March 2020 until further orders.
Vimadalal & Co.
The admissibility and reliability of dying declaration of the victim have always been a very debatable aspect for the Courts to opine and to base the conviction of the Accused.
Obhan & Associates
Arbitration that was once supposed to be the panacea for the woes of litigation, has now become complex and expensive due to several factors
Factum Law
A 3-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India has recently clarified and elaborated the law on admissibility of digital evidence in judicial proceedings.
Unicase Law Firm
Сontractual relations of companies often involve, and sometimes end in, a dispute. To resolve these disputes, parties usually choose between a local court or commercial arbitration.
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