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Carroll & O'Dea
Thousands of additional victim-survivors may now be eligible to apply for compensation under the National Redress Scheme.
Doogue + George Defence Lawyers
Judges, judicial registrars and magistrates are often open to hear what TGD clients need, to feel seen and respected.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Discusses the Bruce Lehrmann defamation case.
ExpertsDirect
It is important for medicolegal experts to base their opinions on specialised knowledge, & not solely on the parties' accounts.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
The NSW ODPP was accused of 'judge-shopping' when it requested a District Court judge to recuse himself from presiding.
Carroll & O'Dea
Difficulties which can arise when an employer and a third party tortfeasor are sued in respect of a workplace accident.
Astor Legal
Jury duty is an essential civic duty which helps to uphold justice in the decision of the court.
Polaris Lawyers
You should understand your rights and obligations in the agreement as signed with the law firm you have engaged.
Canada
Miller Thomson LLP
Social media offers a platform for the sharing of information; however, the use of social media presents unique and significant legal challenges and potential liability...
Miller Thomson LLP
Litigation is often a lengthy and costly experience for those involved in commercial disputes. Parties often assume that if they are successful, their entire legal fees will be paid...
McCague Borlack LLP
In discussing limited rights of appeal pertaining to questions of law, The Supreme Court of Canada ("SCC") in Yatar v. TD Insurance Meloche Monnex unanimously...
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
On March 27, 2024, the Ontario Court of Appeal (Court) affirmed in Palmer v. Teva Canada Ltd. (Palmer) that Canadian law does not provide remedies for an increased risk of harm.
Bennett Jones LLP
Ethan Schiff and Phoebe Goldig wrote an article for the Ontario Bar Association summarizing OCHC v. Sloan Valve Company, 2024 ONSC 1493.
Bennett Jones LLP
A recent decision of the Alberta Court of King's Bench in Orica Canada Inc v ARVOS GmbH, 2024 ABKB 97 [Orica] has attracted considerable attention among members of the arbitration bar.
WeirFoulds LLP
Rule 30.10 is a very powerful evidence-gathering tool. It empowers the Court to order a non-party to produce documents in their possession, power, or control that are relevant to ongoing litigation.
Dentons
In Larsen v. ZF TRW Automotive Holdings Corp., 2023 BCSC 1471 ("Larsen"), the Supreme Court of British Columbia dismissed the plaintiff's application to certify a proposed product liability class action.
Cayman Islands
Appleby
In a recent judgment of Chief Justice Ramsay-Hale, the Grand Court confirmed again the Cayman Islands' availability as a jurisdiction for the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards.
India
Dhruva Advisors LLP
Karnataka High Court allowing a batch of several appeals against the Tribunal ruling, held that a trust structure is not liable for Service Tax, when it deals with monies collected as an investment fund.
Argus Partners
The Delhi High Court recently in the case of, Vingro Developers Private Limited v. Nitya Shree Developers Private Limited, (Arb. P. 667/2023), has held that directors of a company cannot be made party...
Spice Route Legal
The United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation , otherwise known as the ‘Singapore Convention', defines ‘Mediation' as ...
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