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Our Next Supreme Court Of Canada Judge
The door is open if you are from west of Ontario or from the three territories, with the custom of regional representation firmly entrenched after some uncertainty before Justice Rowe's appointment in 2016.
Canada
4 Aug 2017
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Court Orders Litigation Funder To Give Security For Costs
In a recent decision the High Court has confirmed that a defendant is able to obtain security for its costs from a claimant's litigation funder.
UK
4 Jul 2017
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Do I Have To Consider Mediation?
Just in case further reminders are needed, the Court of Appeal has issued another one - mediation must be given proper consideration. Anything less and cost penalties may well follow.
UK
27 Apr 2017
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How To Get Started On CE-File: What You Need To Know About E-Filing In The Rolls Building
CE-File, the courts' electronic working system, was initially launched in the Technology and Construction Court in June 2015, as part of a pilot scheme that has been ongoing and widened to all courts...
UK
29 Mar 2017
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Brexit Bites As Compensation Awarded For Exchange Rate Loss On Payment Of Legal Costs
In deciding what was a novel point, the High Court has compensated a German company for exchange rate loss on payment in pounds sterling of its solicitors' costs incurred in English patent proceedings...
European Union
8 Feb 2017
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Changes To The Supreme Court Of Canada Rules And Guidelines
This is a special SCC Bulletin to alert our readers to amendments to the Rules of the Supreme Court of Canada and new Guidelines for Preparing Documents to be Filed with the Supreme Court of Canada...
Canada
9 Dec 2016
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Third Party Litigation Funders Liable For Indemnity Costs
This decision on costs arose out of substantive litigation commenced in December 2010 by the Claimant, Excalibur, against four defendants.
UK
2 Dec 2016
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Guide To Doing Business In Canada: Dispute Resolution & Litigation
While it is similar to the American regime, the Canadian approach to dispute resolution is informed by the unique nature of the Canadian court system and legislative regime.
Canada
28 Nov 2016
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Supreme Court Confirms Judges Can Conduct Hearings Outside Home Province
National class actions raise a host of complicated jurisdictional issues. This is especially true when there are parallel class actions in multiple provinces.
Canada
1 Nov 2016
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A Streamlined Court Procedure For Business Disputes
Anyone involved in litigation can testify to how protracted and costly it can be. The Shorter Trials Scheme (STS) pilot currently running in the Rolls Building courts is aimed at addressing this.
UK
19 May 2016
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Supreme Court Of Canada Opens Door To Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments Against Subsidiaries In Canada
Last week the Supreme Court of Canada released its most recent private international law decision that further develops Canada's regime of recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments against subsidiaries operating in Canada.
Canada
21 Sep 2015
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Correcting Judicial Inconsistencies: Court Of Appeal For Ontario Overrules One Of Its Own Decisions
The answer to this question was recently provided by a 5-member panel of the Court of Appeal for Ontario in Fernandes v. Araujo.
Canada
14 Aug 2015
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Supreme Court Extends The TeleZone Principle: Strickland v. Canada (Attorney General)
In Strickland v. Canada (Attorney General), 2015 SCC 37 ("Strickland"), the Supreme Court of Canada considered an appeal from a Federal Court of Appeal decision...
Canada
16 Jul 2015
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No Co-Operation To Streamline Trial? No Entitlement To Costs
On June 8, 2015, Justice Myers released his costs decision in Saleh v. Nebel in which he deprived the defendant of a $100,000-cost award because of the manner in which counsel prepared for and presented the case at trial.
Canada
16 Jul 2015
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The Advocates' Society Paperless Trials Manual
No one reasonably disputes that technology, when managed efficiently, reduces the cost of litigation and causes the conduct of a trial to be more efficient.
Canada
30 Jun 2015
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Supreme Court Clarifies Requirement Of Independence Of Expert Witnesses
It is well-established in Canadian law that expert witnesses have a special duty to the Court to provide fair, objective and non-partisan assistance.
Canada
6 May 2015
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The Long-Gun Registry And Co-Operative Federalism
In a 5-4 decision, the Court held that the Québec government has no right to access the long-gun registry information.
Canada
15 Apr 2015
18
Supreme Court Remands "Mr. Big" Case To B.C. Court Of Appeal
On Feb. 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada remanded a case involving a "Mr. Big" confession back to the Court of Appeal of British Columbia for reconsideration in accordance with R v. Hart, 2014 SCC 52.
Canada
20 Mar 2015
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Important Changes To The Alberta Limitations Act
The most important change to the Act resolves a serious problem that arose as a result of the decision of the Alberta Court of Appeal in Arcelormittal Tubular Products Roman S.A. v Fluor Canada Ltd. et. al, 2013 ABCA 279.
Canada
18 Feb 2015
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Mr. Big: Reliability And Admissibility In Hart And Mack
The Supreme Court of Canada recently considered the issue of so-called "Mr. Big" confessions.
Canada
15 Oct 2014
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