A discussion on a recent case where the plaintiff argued that e-mails between 8 identified principals of the employer which mentioned his name should be produced.
A discussion on a recent case, where the subject matter involved the termination of an employee and allegations of bad faith against the former employer.
A discussion on a recent case, where both parties in the matter complained of deficient documentary disclosure but for different reasons.
In September, 2010, the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule was amended to introduce the Minor Injury Guideline.
The Ontario Court of Appeal has confirmed the proper reading of the latest Alberta Court of Appeal decision on service ex juris under Alberta law.
An examination of the mechanisms for the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in Cyprus under the provisions of the Regulation 44/2001.
The Arbitration Bill 2013 was gazetted by the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on March 28, 2013.
The Rules of the High Court 2009 in the Isle of Man, give the court wide case management powers.
Since the Civil Procedure Rules were first introduced in 1998, parties involved in Court proceedings have had to "disclose" the relevant documents that they have to the other side.
Settlement offers made in accordance with Part 36 of the Civil Procedure Rules (known as "Part 36 Offers" for short) have become a crucial weapon in the arsenal of any party involved in litigation.
Legal Profession Privilege is a form of confidentiality covering communications between clients and their lawyers, which provides clients with an absolute right to refuse to disclose such communications in legal proceedings.
In the latest in our series of articles on "How to avoid…" common legal problems, Michael Axe summarises some of the steps that you can take to ensure that your confidential and privileged communications remain protected from disclosure in legal proceedings.
The Texas Supreme Court has resolved a question our courts of appeals have been unable to uniformly answer: Must attorney’s fees be superseded on appeal?
According to a press release issued by the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts, three men have been arrested and charged in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings investigation for their alleged role in hindering authorities' efforts to capture the bombing suspects and secure pertinent evidence in the case.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued a declaratory ruling regarding the standards for vicarious liability under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Under Chevron U. S. A. Inc. v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc., 467 U. S. 837 (1984), courts must defer to an agency’s reasonable interpretation of an ambiguous provision in a statute that the agency is charged with administering.
In the wake of AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion, the California Supreme Court granted review in three cases involving significant arbitration issues, including key questions about whether the Federal Arbitration Act preempts California law concerning the enforceability of arbitration agreements.
Florida Statutes Chapter 713 governs construction liens, more commonly referred to as mechanic’s liens.
Section 806 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 provides "[w]histleblower protection for employees of publicly traded companies." 18 U.S.C. § 1514A.
The Federal Circuit has recently issued a much-anticipated decision in CLS Bank Int'l, et al., v. Alice Corporation Pty, Ltd. involving the test for when computer-related inventions are unpatentable "abstract ideas" under § 101 of the Patent Act.