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Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP | Germany | 15 Apr 2021

Right to be heard in arbitral proceedings - recent case law on set-aside proceedings

The right to be heard is a universally accepted principle which the Federal Constitutional Court has described as a 'primordial procedural right'…
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Westerberg & Partners Advokatbyrå Ab | Sweden | 8 Apr 2021

Do parties have an absolute right to dispute in person in Sweden?

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, virtual hearings have become a common alternative to in-person hearings globally. To conduct a hearing online is…
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RPC | Hong Kong | 30 Mar 2021

Burden of proving witness competency

The Court of Appeal recently reviewed what appears to have been a novel point regarding which party in civil proceedings has the burden of proving…
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Ogier | Cayman Islands | 18 Feb 2021

Temporary legislation for remote witnessing of signatures

Parliament has passed temporary legislation which facilitates the signing of certain documents by removing the requirement that a witness be in the…
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Schulwolf Mediation | USA | 25 Aug 2020

EPISODE 7: The Legend of Zorro: Can we Trust the Masked Man?

The latest episode of Opening Doors to Resolution: A Mediation Podcast addresses a very timely topic. Mediator Steve Schulwolf and University of…
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Mauro Rubino-Sammartano | Global | 20 Feb 2020

May the practice of witness statements be materially improved?

Factual witness statements often fail to fully achieve their aim in providing the best evidence before the Courts. This is the clear message delivered…
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Clayton Utz | Australia | 31 Oct 2019

Maintaining privilege in expert communications: the Victorian Supreme Court provides practical guidance

Privilege is not waived in communications between lawyer and expert that were considered by the expert but were not relied upon for the expert's…
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Anthony Gold | United Kingdom | 11 Apr 2019

Executing deed - sometimes it’s the little things that make all the difference.

A deed is a funny thing, in a world of electronic communications a deed is a piece of paper and it has specific rules about how it is written and how…
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Sydney Criminal Lawyers | USA | 5 Apr 2019

Study Finds that the Recollection of Eyewitnesses Can be Enhanced

Eyewitness testimony which includes an identification is a notoriously unreliable form of evidence, with a range of…
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Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 5 Apr 2019

NLRB General Counsel Seeks to Limit Use of Investigative Subpoenas in Unfair Labor Practice Investigations

The National Labor Relations Board’s Office of General Counsel is urging Regional Directors to limit their use of investigative subpoenas and instead…
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