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New York Courts Can Reach Foreign Banks Through Correspondent Accounts
The plaintiffs in Al Rushaid v. Pictet & Cie were two Saudi companies in the oil industry and their principal owner.
United States
13 Dec 2016
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New York City Litigants Can Now Reach Canada By Mail
A recent decision from New York's First Judicial Department now allows for service by mail to Canada.
Canada
27 Sep 2016
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New York's Highest Court Declines To Expand The Common-Interest Privilege
New York's highest court has declined to expand the common-interest doctrine beyond the litigation context, such as to M&A transactions.
Canada
20 Jun 2016
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Without Prejudice? Settlement Privilege Across The Border
Chris Caparelli is the author of "Without Prejudice? Settlement Privilege Across the Border," an article for the Advocates' Society Advocates' Journal.
Canada
17 Jun 2016
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Sovereign Wealth Fund Not Immune From U.S. Securities Fraud Suit
A U.S. court has ruled that a sovereign wealth fund is subject to U.S. securities fraud claims when U.S. investors rely on misrepresentations by the fund.
United States
13 Mar 2016
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U.S. Supreme Court Provides More Room To Challenge Certification Of Disclosure Class Actions
On June 23, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court released its decision in Erica P. John Fund, Inc. v. Halliburton (Halliburton).
Canada
7 Jul 2014
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New York Court Explains When Lost Profits Are Recoverable
The New York Court of Appeals held that a plaintiff could recover lost profits for a breach of contract—even though the contract precluded recovery.
Canada
12 May 2014
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