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Tay & Partners | Malaysia, United Kingdom | 26 Aug 2019

What’s new on the block: the limitation (amendment) act 2018

The Limitation (Amendment) Act 2018 ("Amendment Act"), which was passed by the Malaysian Parliament on 4 April 2018, will finally come into force on


Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP | Canada | 19 Aug 2019

Presley v Van Dusen: Implications for Limitations Defenses for Multiple Construction Defendants

Earlier this year the Court of Appeal released its decision in Presley v Van Dusen1 (“Presley”) which considers, among other things, the “proper


Fasken | Canada | 25 Jul 2019

Bill 116: the Opioid Damages and Health Costs Recovery Act, 2019

This is a follow up to our bulletin, Bill 116: Ontario Health to Include New Mental Health and Addictions Centre of Excellence. Schedule 2 of Bill


Burges Salmon LLP | United Kingdom | 28 May 2019

An A to Z of construction dispute avoidance and resolution - Part 2

Contractual disputes are common in the construction industry. As a result, a number of construction-specific methods of dispute avoidance and


Hardwicke | United Kingdom | 8 Apr 2019

When do you lose the right to challenge the recoverability and reasonableness of service charges?

A tenant is entitled to make an application to the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) to challenge the recoverability and reasonableness of


Gowling WLG | United Kingdom | 19 Mar 2019

How long is the limitation periodhow long do I have to bring a claim?

While parties are encouraged to take pre-action steps to resolve their disputes without recourse to the courts (and many are able to), there may come


Herrington Carmichael LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Mar 2019

Post-Completion Defects: should you invite the contractor to remedy them?

Property defects often leads to significant additional costs as well as adverse publicity for the companies concerned. An important decision


RPC | United Kingdom | 12 Feb 2019

Time waits for know-ledge: but what does that mean for limitation?

Section 14A of the Limitation Act sets out the position on latent damage in negligence claims. Litigation around the application of Section 14A has


RPC | United Kingdom | 31 Jan 2019

Can expert evidence be used to determine dishonesty?

Dishonesty in relation to financial market practices is to be determined against an objective standard; expert evidence as to market practices cannot


Milbank LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 18 Jan 2019

Litigation & Arbitration Group Alert: A Brief Summary of Recent Developments

Since our last update in May 2018 (here), there have been a number of further notable developments in the London arbitration market. These include an

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