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McCullough Robertson
Federal and State Courts have procedures to minimise face-to-face contact, including remote hearings wherever possible.
Law In Order
Should keywords still be seen as the standard and if not, what are the alternatives?
Law In Order
Intergrating interpretation is an effective feature used to expedite legal processes for international arbitration matters.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Whether a floor is slippery is a real issue in public liability cases and must be dealt with and addressed by the parties.
Bartier Perry
A new form of case management should facilitate the quick, just and cheap resolution of contested probate cases in NSW.
McCullough Robertson
As Australia grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Aged Care industry is particularly susceptible to class actions.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Most of the new court processes involve contacting or making written submissions by email, to restrict physical contact.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The COVID-19 risk to a bail applicant by someone exposed to the virus is a factor to be taken into account by a court.
Clyde & Co
On 25 December 2019, the Supreme People's Court issued updates in relation to The Provisions of the Supreme People's Court on Evidence in Civil Procedures (Provisions).
Herbert Smith Freehills
On 17 January 2020, by its ruling numbered (2019) Jing 04 Min Te 135 (Ruling), the Beijing Fourth Intermediate People's Court (Beijing Court)...
Hogan Lovells
In October 2019, the Shanghai Pudong People's Court handed down judgments on the merits in two trademark infringement and unfair competition cases
DeHeng Law Offices
Hong Kong
Hong Kong has been trying for over a decade to grow the commercial space's appetite for mediation as an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanism to resolving commercial disputes.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In OCBC Wing Hang Bank Ltd v Kai Sen Shipping Co Ltd [2020] HKCFI 375, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance (Court) dismissed a summons for a stay of proceedings
Senior Partner Nick Gall and Senior Associate Felda Yeung at Gall are acting for the Plaintiff in Cyberworks Audio Video Technology Limited v Mei Ah (HK) Company Limited & Ors [2020] HKCFI 347...
Withers LLP
The Courts in Hong Kong have not opened since Chinese New Year due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We are now into the sixth week and they will not be resuming "business as...
Herbert Smith Freehills
Clients and legal practitioners often come across a fairly common question during the course of discovery/disclosure in litigation or arbitration:...
Khurana and Khurana
The law of Contempt of Courts is for keeping the administration of justice pure and undefiled.
Singhania & Partners LLP, Solicitors and Advocates
The Delhi District and Sessions Judge (HQ) issued an advisory on 29.03.2020, requesting advocates and litigants to address arguments through video conference as a precaution due to prevalent COVID-19 pandemic ...
Singhania & Partners LLP, Solicitors and Advocates
In light of the current lock-down, the Supreme Court of India ordered all States to consider releasing some prisoners on parole to reduce overcrowding in prisons and to constitute a ‘High Powered Committee' which will decide on the matter.
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