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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP | United Kingdom | 2 Aug 2016

Lawbite: break notices - Limited Partnership causes unlimited problems

Vanquish, a developer, was a Limited Partnership under the Limited Partnerships Act 1907 with one General Partner, liable for all obligations of the

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Charles Russell Speechlys LLP | United Kingdom | 8 Jul 2016

Protected conversations - the EAT rules the existence and content of discussions are not admissible

In July 2013 a new provision, s111A, was inserted into the Employment Rights Act. This introduced the concept of “protected conversations” or

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Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP | United Kingdom | 16 Jun 2016

High Court suggests warning fitness to practise respondents that failing to attend hearings is likely to be "severely prejudicial"

In its judgment rejecting an appeal by a pharmacist against a striking off order, the Administrative Court has suggested that professional conduct

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Arthur Cox | United Kingdom, Ireland | 6 Jan 2016

Are your discussions on a ‘without prejudice’ basis?

Discussions will be protected by without prejudice privilege where it is obvious that their purpose is to resolve a dispute, even if this is not

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Mayer Brown | Hong Kong | 2 Sep 2013

Recent developments in mediation

The following provides an update of recent developments in mediation in Hong Kong, including the establishment of the Hong Kong Mediation

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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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WeirFoulds LLP | Canada | 21 Sep 2011

1351428 Ontario Ltd (Wineyard) et al v 1037598 Ontario Ltd et al

When a plaintiff seeks leave to restore an action to the trial list under Rule 48.11, the court will consider the same factors as though the defendant moved to dismiss the action for delay under Rule 24.01.

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King & Wood Mallesons | Australia | 9 Sep 2011

I think we should break up

When entering into licence agreements for TV and other media, few would forget to pay attention to the intellectual property rights of the parties.

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Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 1 Aug 2011

Without prejudice evidence

The fact that the adjudicator had received a without prejudice letter in evidence without the agreement of the defendant did not give rise to a valid claim of apparent bias.

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McInnes Wilson Lawyers | Australia | 31 May 2011

Amendments to Body Corporate and Community Management Act (BCCM Act) as they affect unit purchases

You will recall that in his article published in the last edition of our newsletter, Mr Jerome Quinn, Solicitor, gave an outline of the additional obligations on a seller of Titles Scheme Lots due to the amendment of the Body Corporate and Community Management Act (BCCMA) with particular reference to the obligations of disclosure under the amendments to that Act.

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