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Davies Collison Cave
On 28 April 2020, Justice Nicholas handed down his decision in the case of the Commonwealth v Sanofi.
Kells
The legal blame game considers how the Ruby Princess could set sail, return, and disembark passengers with COVID-19.
Kott Gunning
The worker was awarded substantial damages from a work incident when he was startled by an alarm of a faulty gas monitor.
BRI Ferrier
Outline of how uncertainty can be managed through scenario modelling.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
COVID-19 may serve as a much-needed industry circuit-breaker to drive lasting class actions law reform in Australia.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Considers the power of the Court to make 'class closure orders' and 'common fund orders' in class action proceedings.
Gilchrist Connell
If proceedings are brought after the expiry of a limitation period, the claim could be shut down at an early stage.
Pointon Partners
The High Court appeal decision in Moore v Scenic Tours could increase the financial risks associated with tour operating.
Hong Kong
Gall
Arbitration in Hong Kong has thrived in recent years and Hong Kong is often the preferred seat in arbitration agreements, especially in cross-border deals with a connection to Hong Kong or the People's Republic of China.
India
Phoenix Legal
A 3-judge bench of the Supreme Court, in Desh Raj v. Balkishan (D) through proposed LR (2020 SCC Online SC 49; decided on 20 January 2020)...
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
In general, Litigation refers to the actions contested in Court, which involves a claim, a dispute and use of the specific institution i.e. the Court to resolve the conflict or dispute.
Obhan & Associates
Section 17 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 ("Act") has been recognized as an important provision for the smooth and efficient working of the arbitral process
Trilegal
The Division Bench of Delhi High Court has stayed an ad-interim order that allowed Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited to avoid their redemption obligations under commercial papers/bids issued by it.
Khaitan & Co
Where the assessees opt to follow mercantile system of accounting, the income and expenditure are determined on accrual and provision basis and not actual payment according to Section 145 of the Act.
Kazakhstan
GRATA International
Автор ранее публиковал мнение о том, что глобальный масштаб эпидемии COVID-19 и столь серь&#
Malaysia
SKRINE
On 9 April 2020, the ICC International Court of Arbitration issued its Guidance Note on Possible Measures Aimed at Mitigating the Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic ("Guidance Note").
New Zealand
Cavell Leitch
Courts are an essential service, which will continue in a limited capacity to ensure priority proceedings are dealt with.
Singapore
Jones Day
The winding-up process in Singapore is no longer available in respect of debt claims that are subject to a valid arbitration clause, except in extremely limited circumstances.
Worldwide
RPV Legal
In order to understand the captioned issue, it may be worthwhile to shed some light on the broad concept of 'Arbitrability'
RPV Legal
An arbitration agreement has a life separate and distinct from the contract. The doctrine of separability in essence postulates the independence of an arbitration clause from the underlying contract.
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