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Holding Redlich
The courts have come up with a number of special measures to enable the administration of justice to continue during COVID-19.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Top tips for clients participating in virtual conferences & mediations, to ensure that the process is as smooth as possible.
McCullough Robertson
A range of measures announced to deal with criticisms surrounding the litigation funding & class action regimes in Australia.
Cooper Grace Ward
Recent case demonstrates that to win their claim, the worker must show that a documented system would have prevented the injury.
Bartier Perry
Discussion about recent case where council needed to sell property of ratepayer to recover grossly overdue rates.
Cooper Grace Ward
Whilst retailers have a high duty to prevent injuries, this case shows where slip & fall claims can fail.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Timing and consideration of when to call in a bank guarantee and when to challenge that action are crucial to success.
Carroll & O'Dea
This amendment sets out that once proceedings have been commenced, a proper defendant must be nominated by Form 85A.
Pallett Valo LLP
For those who are waiting for things to return to "normal" in the Courts, that is not going to happen. For better or worse the Courts are going to have to adapt to deal with the backlog and to...
Bennett Jones LLP
The plaintiffs commenced a wide-ranging claim against 18 groups of financial institution defendants.
Bennett Jones LLP
A class action with a long and complex history has resulted in the plaintiffs achieving complete success at the common issues trial.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
On May 8, the Supreme Court of Canada released its written reasons1 in 9354-9186 Québec inc. v. Callidus Capital Corp.2 The unanimous Supreme Court decision reverses the Quebec Court...
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
2019 was another landmark year at the Supreme Court of Canada. The Court revisited the framework for administrative law, interpreted important laws defining citizens' rights and obligations and reaffirmed...
McLennan Ross LLP
Under Alberta's Surface Rights Act ("Act"), when a landowner and an oil and gas company ("Operator") cannot agree, the amount of compensation payable for the granting
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Alors que nous continuons de nous employer à prévoir et à gérer les incidences de la COVID-19 sur les entreprises et le milieu juridique, notre priorité absolue demeure la santé et le bien-être de
Gowling WLG
On Friday, May 15, Chief Justice Rossiter of the Tax Court of Canada ("TCC") provided an informative status update on the TCC during the COVID19 shutdown and preparing for eventual reopening.
Cayman Islands
Parties should usually, with the help of their legal teams, be able to resolve their dispute without the cost and court time associated with a trial being incurred.
Arnold & Porter
This article addresses the impact that the German Federal Court of Justice's 17 October 2019 decision (BGH, ref. III ZR 42/19 = NJW 2020, 399)
Khaitan & Co
The Award granted M/s SMS Limited (Claimant) compensation amounting to approximately INR 1.73 Crores, as against its aggregate claim of approximately 89 crores.
Vaish Associates Advocates
The charging of fees by arbitrators had remained a controversial issue for a considerable time, until recently addressed by the legislature by adding the Fourth Schedule1 in the Arbitration...
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