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Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP | United Kingdom | 3 Nov 2011

Can you afford not to mediate?

The move towards using mediation as a form of alternative dispute resolution has accelerated in recent years.

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Matheson | Ireland | 11 Apr 2011

Insurance considerations taken into account in determining undue delay

In a climate where the number of contentious claims are increasing, the importance of ensuring litigants' right to a hearing within a reasonable time is essential.

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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 20 Jan 2011

Nayyar v. Manufacturers Life Insurance Co.

This was an application by the defendant insurer to sever the plaintiff’s bad faith claim from her claim for breach of contract.

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Norton Rose Fulbright | Australia | 21 Sep 2009

Clear and present danger: ensure your position is clear when negotiating contracts

In Kriketos v Livschitz 2009 NSWCA 96, the New South Wales Court of Appeal recently reviewed the principles to be applied to determine the valid formation of a contract, in the absence of conventional offer and acceptance.

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Stikeman Elliott LLP | Canada | 21 Jul 2009

Straw man no more? Ontario Court of Appeal reaffirms plaintiff's right to choose class action counsel

The Court of Appeal for Ontario has dismissed an appeal from the Divisional Court brought by the former law firm of a representative plaintiff seeking to remain on file as counsel of record, over the objections of the representative plaintiff.

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