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Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen's Brother Files Motion To Remove Trustees From Power
On October 25, 2018, Bill Bowlen, the brother of the Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen filed a court motion to remove trustees Joe Ellis, Rich Slivka, and Mary Kelly who have served as agents of Pat Bowlen and his power...
United States
5 Nov 2018
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The Court's Paternal Role
I have often thought that being a parent and being a judge are not too dissimilar – there is the need to remain calm, to be the voice of reason, to listen very carefully to what you are being told...
UK
11 Sep 2017
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Parse The Issues Involving Guardians In Legal Proceedings
Between 2001 and 2010, the percentage of people in the U.S. over the age of 65 jumped from 12.4% of the population to 15.1% of the population.
UK
4 Jul 2017
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Two Weddings And A Funeral
The claimant (Adejumoke Adepoju) was described by the judge as 'argumentative, theatrical and sure she was right' and that she 'asked questions rather than answering them.'
UK
22 Feb 2017
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Expiry Of BVI Claim Form Defeats US$ 30 Million Claim And Worldwide Freezing Order
Two and a half years after VTB Bank filed a US$ 30 million claim in the BVI Commercial Court against Withers BVI client Alexander Katunin for enforcement of a Russian default judgment...
British Virgin Islands
20 Dec 2016
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The Transparency Debate Rages On
There are two distinct schools of thought driving the transparency debate in the family courts: the approach propounded by Sir James Munby and Mr Justice Holman, and that endorsed by Mr Justice Mostyn.
UK
4 Feb 2016
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Important English High Court Decision For All Resolving Disputes Connected To Russia
This long-running case relates to the re-development of the former Moskva Hotel.
Worldwide
19 Jan 2016
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'Let Us Never Negotiate Out Of Fear…' – Changes In Rules Governing Offers In Litigation
JFK famously said 'Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.'
UK
15 Jun 2015
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Changes To Italian Civil Proceedings In Italy
On 6 November 2014, the Italian Parliament approved a bill to improve the efficiency of civil proceedings. The new rules are effective from 10 November 2014.
Italy
4 Dec 2014
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Government Re-Thinks Presumption On Third Party Interveners In Judicial Reviews
In September last year, the Justice Secretary launched a consultation entitled ‘Judicial Review: Proposals for further reform’ aimed at reducing the burden of Judicial Review.
UK
31 Jul 2014
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Three Strikes And Out - Withers BVI Succeeds In Defence Of $300m Claim
Withers BVI has been acting for a group of BVI companies in connection with the worldwide litigation between the founders of the IKOS quant hedge fund.
British Virgin Islands
4 Apr 2014
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Changes To The Law On Litigation Funding In England & Wales: The Jackson Reforms II
On 1 April 2013 major reforms to the civil justice system in England came into effect.
UK
6 Jun 2013
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Can You Bring A Claim In The English Court?
The English courts are often used to resolve disputes involving parties based in other countries.
UK
6 Sep 2012
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Guiding You Through Letters Of Request In The BVI
The Evidence (Proceedings in Foreign Jurisdictions) Ordinance (Cap 24) gives statutory effect in the BVI to the Convention on the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Civil or Commercial Matters signed at The Hague on 18 March 1970, commonly known as the Hague Evidence Convention, which is attached as a Schedule to the Act.
British Virgin Islands
25 Jul 2012
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