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Partisan Gerrymandering Upheld By U.S. Supreme Court
On June 27, 2019, the Supreme Court decided Rucho v. Common Cause, a highly-anticipated case stemming from legal challenges to the purported partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts in Maryland and...
United States
16 Aug 2019
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What Does A Landowner Have To Do To Resist The Imposition Of Code Rights?
EE Ltd v. Sir James H E Chichester [2019] UKUT 164 (LC) considers the ability of landowners to resist the imposition of rights pursuant to the Electronic Communications Code (Code) where they intend to redevelop their land.
UK
15 Aug 2019
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Far East Square Pte Ltd v Yau Lee Construction (Singapore) Pte Ltd [2019] SGCA 36: Inroad Into Dual-Track Regime For Construction Claims?
In Far East Square Pte Ltd v Yau Lee Construction (Singapore) Pte Ltd [2019] SGCA 36 (Far East v Yau Lee), the Singapore Court of Appeal recently dealt with important issues
Singapore
2 Aug 2019
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Dentons' Business Crime And Investigations Podcast – Episode 1 (Video)
Combating financial crime is a serious issue for firms in the regulated sector and brings with it many challenges for compliance and legal practitioners.
UK
31 Jul 2019
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"No Good Deed Goes Unpunished" - Case Comment – Re Koziey Estate, 2019 ABCA 43
In the recent decision Re Koziey Estate (2019 ABCA 43) the Alberta Court of Appeal confirmed that adverse possession is still alive and well in Alberta
Canada
29 Jul 2019
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Commencing A Claim In The Wrong Forum Does Not Suspend The Running Of A Limitation Period
In Benuik v Leamington, 2019 ONSC 1830, the court addressed the issue of whether the law permits the postponing or suspending of a limitation period simply because a plaintiff brought its claim in the wrong forum.
Canada
29 Jul 2019
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Determining Insurer Liability: A Borrowed Car
In the recent decision, Tokio Marine & Nichido Insurance Company v. Security National Insurance Company, 2019 ABQB 622, the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench (the "Court")
Canada
25 Jul 2019
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Mining Regulator May Owe Duty To Mine Owners
Last summer, the Supreme Court of British Columbia held that a mining regulator may, in limited circumstances, owe a duty to pay a mine owner for its losses
Canada
22 Jul 2019
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Tribunal Issues Different Decisions For Different Contracts In IR35 Ruling
In the case of George Mantides Ltd v. HMRC [2019] TC07202, a personal services company (the Company) appealed against tax and NIC assessments under the IR35 rules.
UK
18 Jul 2019
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The Problem With Business Rates In The Real World
Legal practitioners have been spoilt in recent years by a wealth of important cases concerning business rates.
UK
12 Jul 2019
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Extinctive Prescription And Gradual Damage: What Is The Starting Point?
In the Lacour v. Construction D.M. Turcotte TRO inc. decision delivered in June 2019, the Court of Appeal of Québec distanced itself from the established traditional principles relating to prescription (limitation of actions)...
Canada
10 Jul 2019
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Leave To Commence Derivative Action Allowed Where Continuous Breaches Occurred Under An Agreement
In Sax v Rick Aurora, 2019 ONSC 3573, the Divisional Court considered the application of the Limitations Act, 2002 in the context of a derivative claim brought under section 246 of the Business
Canada
9 Jul 2019
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Scope Of Canada Revenue Agency Audit Powers Limited By Recent FCA Decision. The CRA Response Raises New & Different Risks For Taxpayers
The Federal Court of Appeal recently drew clear boundaries around the CRA's audit powers, holding that the Agency cannot not compel employees of a taxpayer to attend interviews to answer oral questions...
Canada
4 Jul 2019
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Defendants Awarded Costs Where Bringing Breach Class Action Was "Questionable"
In the costs motion arising from the litigation regarding the Casino Rama breach, Justice Belobaba awarded costs to the defendant, saying there was neither public interest nor a novel issue sufficient to warrant costs...
Canada
4 Jul 2019
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Court Of Appeal Rules That Employers Can Enhance Maternity Pay Without Offering Enhanced Shared Parental Pay
The Court of Appeal has held that it is neither unlawful sex discrimination (direct or indirect) nor a breach of the sex equality clause implied into all contracts by the Equality Act 2010
UK
13 Jun 2019
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Call In Blitz Offers Black Hole For London Delivery
The Mayor of London and the Government are looking to London densification to avoid moving, extending and reshaping London's Green Belt as part of a wider regional strategy
UK
11 Jun 2019
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No Place For Market Practice: CFH Clearing v. Merrill Lynch International
The High Court has held that a bank was not obliged to reprice or cancel foreign exchange spot trades entered into at a time of severe market disruption in accordance ...
UK
10 Jun 2019
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Can A Transfer Of Clients' Investments Amount To A Transfer Of Undertakings?
In Dodic v. Banka Koper and Alta Invest (Case c-194/18) EU:C:2019:385, the ECJ was asked to consider whether the transfer of intangible client investments from one undertaking
UK
7 Jun 2019
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Investment Court Clears Key Legal Hurdle With Court Of Justice Of The European Union (CJEU) Opinion 1/17
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union entered into provisional application on September 21, 2017.
European Union
6 Jun 2019
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Denver-Based Court Of Appeals Issues Two Important Cannabis Rulings
In the last few week, the Denver-based United States Court of Appeals has issued two decisions important to Colorado's burgeoning cannabis industry.
United States
21 May 2019
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