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Elias Neocleous & Co LLC
In a recent appeal, the Supreme Court ruled that the first-instance court could not ignore testimony adduced during a hearing without having evaluated it.
In its judgment given on 30 March 2020 in Paraskevaides v Citco[1], the Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal considered a range of issues on appeal from the Commercial Court
Patrikios Pavlou & Associates
As Cyprus has emerged as an international business centre, Cyprus companies and Cypriot residents often act within the context of international corporate structures and participate in international business transactions.
Arnold & Porter
This article addresses the impact that the German Federal Court of Justice's 17 October 2019 decision (BGH, ref. III ZR 42/19 = NJW 2020, 399)
Isle of Man
DQ Advocates
The law on vicarious liability has recently been the subject of an important United Kingdom Supreme Court judgment which has limited its scope, providing a welcome relief for employers who would...
DQ Advocates
Whilst it is always advisable to try and resolve matters by agreement outside of formal court action, it is important to be aware that Isle of Man law imposes certain limitation periods...
DQ Advocates
DQ has announced the additions of Mark Emery and Alexander Armstrong to its leading Dispute Resolution department. Mark has joined the firm as an Associate Director, with Alexander appointed an Associate.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
On 24 April 2020, with Law No. 27 (the "Conversion Law") the Italian Parliament converted into law the Law Decree No. 18 of 17 March 2020 ("Cura Italia Decree") adopted by the Italian Government
While the full impact of COVID-19 on global markets is yet to be seen, many anticipate a marked shift in workflow as businesses look to refinance and restructure.
Carey Olsen
Four Carey Olsen lawyers have been recognised in Citywealth's inaugural list of Top 100 Trust Litigators.
GANADO Advocates
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to litigation laws and regulations that may occur in Malta.
KPMG Malta
Following the Closure of Courts Order, LN 141 was published laying down general provisions that apply to the suspension of legal and judicial times.
Gabriel Arbitration AG
The Swiss Fed­er­al Tri­bunal con­sid­ers that the for­mal require­ments for arbi­tra­tion agree­ments of the NYC and the Swiss PILA are con­gru­ent.
Kilinc Law & Consulting
Which of the ICC, LCIA, HKIAC and SIAC rules, if any, is most adapted to resolving multi-party and multi-contract disputes?
Erdem & Erdem Law
As known, pursuant to Provisionary Article 1 of the Law No. 7226 Amending Certain Codes dated 26 March 2020 ("Law"), judicial time limitations were suspended until 30 April 2020...
Mayer Brown
Referring to privileged material in the context of litigation, whether in open correspondence, statements of case, witness statements, or otherwise, is always beset with risk; ...
Clyde & Co
The Court of Appeal has recently considered whether CPR 44.14 bars the ability of a defendant to set off costs orders in its favour against those costs orders owed to a claimant under rule 44.12.
Bowditch & Dewey
Virtually every aspect of our lives has been disrupted in one way or another as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing economic collapse.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The Lands Tribunal for Scotland has found in principle that compensation payable under paragraph 7(1) of Schedule 4 to the Electricity Act 1989 following the grant of a necessary wayleave...
Arthur Cox
Two important judgements have recently been handed down in the UK in relation to vicarious liability.
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