Colin Biggers & Paisley
Recent case contains summary of Rules of Court permitting orders about preservation & inspection of property & early discovery.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
NSW court considered whether the dangerous recreational activity defence applies in the context of a professional horse race.
This edition discusses identifying assets, domestic judgments, foreign judgments and arbitral awards.
La décision récente de la Cour suprême du Canada (la « Cour suprême ») dans Société des loteries de l'Atlantique c. Babstock, 2 020 CSC 19 (« Babstock ») est importante pour de nombreuses raisons...
Aird & Berlis LLP
On August 4, 2020, the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld and affirmed the Ontario Divisional Court decision in Shergar Development Inc. v. City of Windsor.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
The Supreme Court of Canada recently released its much anticipated decision in Uber Technologies Inc. v. Heller...
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Tax Court of Canada clarifies that in situations where a payor and a worker share a common intention regarding the classification of their relationship...
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Robert L. Love, Robin Squires, Edona C. Vila, Shanna Stanley-Hasnain
Watson Goepel LLP
In its decision in GLAS Americas LLC v DionyMed Brand Inc., 2020 BCSC 367, the BC Supreme Court considered whether a charging order...
Lawson Lundell LLP
More often than not, sequels can't live up to the original. Case in point: Jaws 2. But this blog post sequel aims to be better, like The Dark Knight.
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
Police use-of-force has been the subject of increased public scrutiny in Canada with many calling into question the adequacy of the processes in place to address and remedy police misconduct.
A. Karitzis & Associates L.L.C
Interim orders and injunctions are temporary orders issued by Courts in order to preserve the rights and/or assets of the applying party and/or the "status quo" until the Court reaches its final decision on a particular case.
Vimadalal & Co.
In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court of India held that a daughter coparcener would have equal coparcenary rights in Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)...
Link Legal India Law Services
Changes to the Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996 ("Act") by the Arbitration & Conciliation Amendment Bill 2019, (Bill) was passed by the Rajya Sabha, (the Upper House of Parliament)
Confusion over basic concepts of arbitration viz, its seat and venue continue to bedevil Indian law. The latest addition to this cornucopia of conflicting judgements was rendered by the Supreme Court
The recent judgement of the Delhi High Court in Union of India v. Reliance Industries & Ors, is a reminder to sceptics that Indian judicial philosophy eschews interference with the arbitral process.
There has always been a tension between the doctrine of party autonomy and the high principle of independence and impartiality expected of an arbitrator. Courts have attempted to balance the operation
The Supreme Court in its judgment in BGS SGS SOMA JV vs. NHPC LTD1 reiterated the importance of correctly identifying the seat of an arbitration in order to avoid disputes relating to the curial
The recent decision in Bellamy and Parmenter v A C Electrical Limited has again highlighted the limited costs available in the Small Claims Court and the wide discretion of the Court in respect of the recovery of costs.