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Top 5 construction cases 2012

December 20 2012 There were many noteworthy cases handed down in 2012, however we focused on those which have the most interest and practical relevance to our clients.

New employment rules for international students studying in Canada

May 7 2014 On June 1, 2014, amendments to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (Regulation) modifying working rights for foreign nationals under…

Construction of contracts: priority of documents

February 22 2010 In the following case, the court had to consider the construction of a contract, and in particular the effect of a clause concerning the priority of documents, in order to determine which of two conflicting provisions relating to the payment mechanism was to prevail.

Frustration, breach of contract and repudiation

May 25 2010 In the following case, which was bought before the courts by way of a summary application for judgement, the court had to consider whether the contract between the parties was frustrated so that performance become impossible or whether in fact one or other of the parties had wrongfully repudiated the contract.

Oil & Gas in South Africa

August 3 2017 A structured guide to oil and gas laws in South Africa

An interview with Norton Rose Fulbright discussing dispute resolution in Russia

July 21 2021 Russian parties largely prefer litigation before Russian courts...

Q&A: the franchisor-franchisee relationship in Australia

July 12 2021 A guide to the legal and practical considerations surrounding the franchisor-franchisee relationship in Australia, including operational terms and the renewal and termination of the agreement.

Q&A: offer and sale of franchises in Australia

July 12 2021 A look at some of the most pressing legal and practical issues surrounding the offer and sale of franchises in Australia, including key restrictions, due diligence considerations and disclosure requirements.

Dispute Resolution: Russia

July 6 2021 <p>"Russian parties largely prefer litigation before Russian courts, although for cross-border projects they usually select arbitration to ensure they get an award, which is enforceable abroad. There are..."</p>

Snapshot: anticompetitive unilateral conduct in the pharmaceutical sector in Canada

July 1 2021 A look at key practical considerations surrounding abuse of dominance and other anticompetitive unilateral conduct in the pharmaceutical sector in Canada, including IP rights abuse and pricing conduct.