The ATO gets positively involved with small business restructuring plans to achieve the best result for all concerned.
Victoria is the first jurisdiction to have legislated a positive duty for employers to prevent sexual harassment.
A security in a standard form supply contract was found to be unfair, and so was void and unenforceable under the ACL.
Dickinson Wright PLLC
If you ask most litigators which aspect of their practice keeps them awake at night, nine times out of ten, the answer will be missing a limitation period.
After a public consultation earlier this year, the anticipated amendments to the Canadian Payments Association's (operating as Payments Canada) Rule H1 – Pre-Authorized Debits...
Miller Thomson LLP
In Ontario Inc. v Northbridge General Insurance Corporation, 2022 ONCA 304, the Ontario Court of Appeal (the "Court of Appeal") highlighted the importance of succinctness in insurance contracts.
Miller Thomson LLP
In Kamoto Holdings Ltd v Central Kootenay (Regional District), 2022 BCCA 282, the British Columbia Court of Appeal recently held that a BC couple, Gordon and Jill Cann (collectively, the "Canns")...
The Federal Court recently released its decision in Bell Media Inc v Macciacchera (Smoothstreams.tv), 2022 FC 1139, in which the court stressed the importance of compliance with Interim Orders...
McLennan Ross LLP
How is a named party to be sure whether they are covered by the terms of a release? The following case provides an example of a subcontractor who was not covered...
Fiona MacAdam has recently featured on the Border Crossing Podcast, hosted by Chip Hoebeke, discussing the recent Cayman Island new Chief Restructuring Officer Regime.
Elias Neocleous & Co LLC
Our associate, Marina Vassiliou, has published an article in Fileleftheros newspaper which concerns a recent decision of the Supreme Court of Cyprus. The ruling should be of interest...
It has been an eventful few days in the world of IP law, with three high-profile cases making headlines. In trademarks, the Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland...
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
The ECJ issued a judgment on June 22, 2022 (C-267/20), regarding an action for damages, based on Directive 2014/104/EU (Directive), seeking compensation for the damage caused by the truck cartel.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The European Parliament has published a proposed Directive to regulate commercial third party funding within the EU. The proposed Directive will not directly affect proceedings in England...
Castren & Snellman Attorneys
The European energy market fell into a crisis after Russia attacked Ukraine. In Finland and the other European countries, the discussion on climate and energy policy soon started to focus...
Indian domestic producers recently challenged the decision of the Central Government to reject 24 findings issued by DGTR (Directorate General of Trade Remedie)...
The world is in a different place today. Global supply chains have been under an unprecedented strain since the start of the pandemic in early 2020, and delays, interruptions and escalated costs continue to be the norm.
In April 2022, Dream Capital, the investment arm of the company that owns Dream 11, invested $120 million in Rario, a cricket non-fungible tokens ("NFTs") platform...
The Central Bank of Ireland has published an Industry Communication clarifying the filing procedure for UCITS and AIFs to comply with upcoming pre-contractual documentation update requirements.
Consistent with global M&A activity, 2021 was a busy year for the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) with 74 merger clearances.