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In The Courts: Civil Procedure
When a Russian company brings a claim in the BVI against two Russian employees, employed under Russian law service agreements, it is perhaps not surprising that a forum challenge would ensue
British Virgin Islands
7 Feb 2019
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Update: Cayman Islands Confidential Relationships Law Now Repealed
By way of update to our eAlert of 16 May, we can report that with the gazetting and immediate entry into force of the Confidential Information Disclosure Law, 2016...
Cayman Islands
28 Jul 2016
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No Fishing Here – Letters Of Request And How To Use Them
Discovery, as it is still known in Jersey, is generally limited to the parties involved in the particular dispute before the court.
Jersey
14 Jan 2010
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Obtaining Evidence: Is Offshore Off-limits?
Donald Rumsfeld, the former US Defence Secretary, speaking at a press briefing in 2002, famously said: “As we know, there are known knowns: there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know.
Jersey
28 Jul 2009
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Injunctive Relief – Post Judgment Or Pre-Judgment?
In the recent case of “Africa Edge S.a.r.l –v- Incat Equipment Rental Limited and Others” [2008] JRC 175, the court considered an ex parte application to obtain a worldwide freezing injunction with accompanying worldwide disclosure requirements.
Jersey
15 Feb 2009
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Cards On The Table: A Brief Guide To The Discovery Process In Jersey
Discovery (as it is still known in Jersey) is arguably the most important stage in the court process whereby each party to a dispute is required to disclose to all other parties all those documents which are relevant to the proceedings and which they have in their "possession, custody or power".
Bermuda
16 Dec 2008
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