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Fenchurch Law Ltd | United Kingdom | 3 Jul 2019

The Good, the Bad & the Ugly: 100 cases every policyholder needs to know. 6 (The Bad). Orient-Express Hotels v Generali

Welcome to the latest in the series of blogs from Fenchurch Law: 100 cases every policyholder needs to know. An opinionated and practical guide to the


Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP | USA | 13 Dec 2018

California Confronts the High Liability Costs of Scientific Uncertainty

Much has been said about the eye-popping verdict and the post-trial rulings in the Roundup case tried in San Francisco earlier this year. Johnson v


Cozen O'Connor | USA | 4 Dec 2018

The Canary in the Coal Mine Isn’t Looking So Good Anymore

Last year, we favorably cited Canary v. Medtronic, Inc. 2017 WL 1382298 (E.D. Mich. April 18, 2017), on two occasions, once to highlight its use of


DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 15 Nov 2018

Disability Discrimination: Causation test for discrimination arising from a disability

Professor Sheikholeslami was the Professor and Chair of Chemical Process Engineering at Edinburgh University. She was diagnosed with work related


Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers | Australia | 23 Oct 2018

Agent’s pre-sale statements about parking availability on battle axe block not misleading

In a unanimous decision, the NSW Court of Appeal has affirmed that the respondent real estate agent did not engage in misleading and deceptive conduct


Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 5 Oct 2018

Stop Here, Not There: Court of Appeal Comes to Seemingly Different Conclusions in Two Strikingly Similar Roadway Repair Cases

Two recent decisions from separate panels of the Ontario Court of Appeal, released the same day, considered similar fact patterns involving


Haynes and Boone LLP | United Kingdom | 4 Oct 2018

Force Majeure: Contractual Performance When the Dam Bursts

This case arose out of a dispute relating to the correct interpretation of an “exceptions clause” which excused non-performance of a contract in


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 16 Mar 2018

Recovering Alcoholic’s Claims Dismissed Because He Did Not Show He Was “Disabled”

A federal court in New York dismissed all claims asserted by a recovering alcoholic under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation


Addleshaw Goddard LLP | United Kingdom | 2 Feb 2018

Whistleblowing: Can a worker claim post-termination losses in respect of detrimental treatment occurring before the termination?

In Wilson Solicitors LLP and others v Roberts the Court of Appeal has held that workers are entitled to claim post-termination losses in respect of


Addleshaw Goddard LLP | United Kingdom | 15 Jan 2018

Supreme Court reinstates "but for" test to determine causation

A business financier (Tiuta) had granted a second facility agreement to a developer, relying on a valuation by De Villiers, a firm of surveyors, which

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