A discussion on the Rules of Civil Procedure in the BVI, which were subject to extensive changes.
An examination of the mechanisms for the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in Cyprus under the provisions of the Regulation 44/2001.
The Courts of Justice Law 1960 gives the courts in Cyprus discretion to issue a wide variety of provisional measures.
What type of legal system has Cyprus got? Are there any rules that govern civil procedure in Cyprus?
To which international anti-corruption conventions is your country a signatory?
Cypriot First Instance Court, decided to issue discovery orders of a Norwich Pharmacal type and a Bankers Trust type, against a Cypriot Bank, to assist the Plaintiffs, who were allegedly, the victims of wrongdoings.
In the context of the discovery action, the Plaintiffs filed an application by summons, for the issue of discovery and disclosure orders of Norwich Pharmacal type and Bankers Trust type.
Rule 155 of the Criminal Procedure Rules empowered the attorney general to remit a case to a different, lower court from that given jurisdiction by statute if justice would be served by so doing.
The Arbitration Bill 2013 was gazetted by the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on March 28, 2013.
In 2007, the Arrangement on Mutual Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards Made in the Mainland and Macau SAR came into force.
On 10 December 2012, the Adverse Possession Sub-committee of the Law Reform Commission released a consultation paper at a press conference.
CIETAC, the Chinese arbitration institute handling most of the foreign related arbitrations, has opened an arbitration centre in Hong Kong.
The Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling in Gallagher v ACC Bank  IESC 35 has to some extent clarified the rules governing the time within which claimants must institute negligence proceedings in respect of financial loss.
The Rules of the High Court 2009 in the Isle of Man, give the court wide case management powers.
A discussion on the fact that applications for strike out are being increasingly used in the civil litigation process as a means to test, at an early stage, the courts view of the merits of a claim.
A discussion on the ways of handling disputes in the UAE.
A recent ruling of the Dubai Court of First Instance questions de novo the UAE courts’ compliance with their obligations under international enforcement instruments in the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards.
The vexed question of the arbitrability vel non of competition law has now reached the shores of the United Arab Emirates.
Commercial disputes before the State Courts in the UAE are characterised by exchanges of written submissions with little, if any, taking of witness evidence or oral advocacy.
Those who feared that following Sir David Steel J’s ruling in "Injazat Capital Limited and Injazat Technology Fund B.S.C. v. Denton Wilde Sapte & Co" before the Dubai International Financial Centre Court of First Instance, the DIFC Courts and by extension the United Arab Emirates more generally found themselves in a situation of "de facto" violation of Article II(3) of the New York Convention, may now utter a sigh of relief.