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Comment lutter efficacement contre les procédure-baillons dont peuvent être victimes les journalistes et les défendeurs des droits de l'homme lorsqu'ils dénoncent des faits qui dérangent les personnes visées ?
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How to effectively combat SLAPPs that can be initiated against journalists and human rights defenders when they denounce facts that are upsetting for the targeted persons?
Jersey
Carey Olsen
The Jersey Retail Price Index ("JRPI"), the main measure of inflation, was 7.9% higher in June 2022 than it was 12 months before - the highest rate of increase seen since 1992.
Turkey
LBF Partners
21 Eylül 2022 tarihli 31960 sayılı Resmî Gazete'de yeni Tüketici Hakem Heyetleri Yönetmeliği ("Yönetmelik") yayımlandı.
CETINKAYA
Hükmün açıklanması ve hükmün açıklanmasının geri bırakılması ("HAGB") 5271 sayılı Ceza Muhakemesi Kanunu'nun ("CMK") 231. maddesinde düzenlenmektedir.
Pi Legal Consultancy
This article discusses the strict liability regime for traffic accidents.
UK
Gatehouse Chambers
Welcome to the September edition of Gatehouse Chambers' Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury Newsletter. In September we had the pleasure of hosting an event for the Child Brain Injury Trust...
1 Chancery Lane
In yesterday's webinar, Roger André and Richard Collier gave an update on non-party costs orders.
Gatehouse Chambers
On 24 May 2022 the government announced that the Lord Chancellor had decided to increase the special investment account rate from 0.1% to 0.645% from 29 April 2022.
Gatehouse Chambers
In summer 2021 a firm of solicitors (‘Candey') sent their clients (the ‘Boshehs') a settlement agreement for signature. It was a ‘drop hands' settlement with no costs order which meant Candey would be paid nothing under their CFA.
Herbert Smith Freehills
If you start a claim in England against a party in another country, you usually need the Court's permission to serve the claim on them. The court rules set out the bases on which you can apply for permission.
Norton Rose Fulbright
The Disclosure Pilot Scheme (Practice Direction 51U) was introduced in the Business and Property Courts (B&PCs) in January 2019 with the aim of bringing about a more focused approach to the disclosure of documents ...
Herbert Smith Freehills
The High Court has recently found that an executor was in contempt of court and sentenced him to a 4-month custodial sentence. The executor had failed to comply with a court order...
Gatehouse Chambers
Liability under s.41 Highways Act 1980 only arises where there has been a failure to maintain the ‘fabric' of the highway. Liability for street apparatus such as a water stop tap cover...
Gatehouse Chambers
There once was a time when you might turn up to an inquest with little or no pre-inquest disclosure. Over time this practice has generally been abolished (although some offenders remain!).
Herbert Smith Freehills
In this 15th episode of our series of commercial litigation update podcasts, we look at some recent or upcoming developments relating to disclosure, jurisdiction and the new Chancery Guide,...
Waterfront Solicitors LLP
In the recently published post Waterfront Law – The IPEC Guide, we highlighted the "costs cap" as a feature of IPEC that is of real benefit to litigants.
Gowling WLG
The Law Commission has just launched a consultation on its provisional proposals for reforming the Arbitration Act 1996 (the Act), designed to ensure the Act remains "state of the art".
Gatehouse Chambers
Gatehouse Chambers' complex Inquest and Inquiries Team continue their series of 6 inquest training sessions to take you through the Autumn.
Lanyon Bowdler
Up to 600 patients are to be recalled by Walsall Manor Hospital after persistent complaints about negligent shoulder operations performed by orthopaedic surgical consultant, Mr Shah.
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