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Macfarlanes LLP | United Kingdom | 19 Aug 2022

Corporate Law Update 19 Aug 2022

In this week's update: a deliberately dilutive rights issues did not amount to unfair prejudice, the FRC publishes a draft annual taxonomy suite for…
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Bird & Bird LLP | Australia | 8 Jun 2022

Privilege Guide- Australia

Legal professional privilege (LPP) protects certain confidential documents and communications relating to the provision of legal advice or legal…
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RPC | Hong Kong | 25 Jan 2022

Court of Appeal comprehensively reviews without prejudice privilege

Secretary for Justice v Wong raises some important issues arising out of the legal principles that underpin the protection afforded to without prejudice communications that are deserving of appellate court review. In a rolled-up hearing, the Court of Appeal considered an application for permission to appeal by the defendant and the appeal itself. The Court's judgment is a comprehensive......
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France | 3 Jun 2021

Facebook offers online advertising commitments in France

Facebook has committed to preserve the accessibility and transparency of its online advertising services in a bid to end an abuse of dominance investigation by France’s Competition Authority.
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Stevens & Bolton LLP | United Kingdom | 3 Jul 2020

The "Without Prejudice" rule and the Court's approach to admissibility

“Without prejudice” or “WP” is an expression lawyers and non-lawyers alike use regularly. It’s not uncommon to see it used in the wrong context, or…
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Hong Kong | 8 May 2020

Hong Kong Court confirms without prejudice privilege applicable irrespective of whether litigation had begun

Without prejudice communications in a genuine attempt to settle a dispute are inadmissible as evidence in court. In Poon Loi Tak v Poon Loi Cheung…
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Oon & Bazul LLP | Singapore | 1 Feb 2019

Restructuring and insolvency cases following recent amendments to Companies Act

The Companies Act was amended in May 2017 to introduce a number of improvements to Singapore's debt restructuring laws regarding super-priority status for rescue financing, schemes of arrangement, judicial management and cross-border insolvency. This article reviews the various court decisions (both reported and unreported) that have been issued since the changes became operative.
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FisherBroyles LLP | USA | 31 Jan 2019

Ageism is prejudice against our own future selves

Now, decades later, well into my “age-as-protected-class” years, I recognize it as an all-too-true statement on the human condition. Dead or alive…
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Macpherson Kelley | Australia | 23 Jan 2019

Domestic violence leave will now be available to Australian workers

The Fair Work Amendment (Family and Domestic Violence) Bill 2018 (Bill) successfully passed through both Houses of Parliament and received royal…
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Bass Berry & Sims PLC | USA | 17 Jan 2019

DOJ Intervenes in Another Medicare Advantage Risk Adjustment FCA Suit

On December 11, 2018, the United States announced that it has elected to intervene in a False Claims Act (FCA) lawsuit filed against Sutter Health and…
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