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Law In Order
Discussion about the challenges that the growth of communication channels, including chat, brings to discovery.
Law In Order
The process of data identification, preservation & collection can be complex - types of data collection, risks etc
ClarkeKann Lawyers
Times when you can rely on a conversation recorded without consent, are limited to very specific circumstances.
Spruson & Ferguson
An extension to the grace period could be useful to overcome the applicant's own prior disclosure or prior use.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Consent orders obtained on the basis of false information would justify a court order to vary or set aside those orders.
Moray & Agnew
In finding in favour of the insurer, the court found that the deceased's failure to disclose drug use was fraudulent.
Astor Legal
The accused was charged with murder and a string of traffic offences in NSW, but may walk free for lack of evidence..
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Tampering with evidence is an offence under the Crimes Act 1900 which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.
Canada
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced rapid adaptations throughout all industries. Internal investigations are but another integral business mechanism ...
Siskinds LLP
In my previous blog post How to trim eDiscovery costs part one: Laying the groundwork, I discussed reducing eDiscovery costs by taking the time to set the stage before documents are exchanged.
Field LLP
Forensic analysis of voluminous data and electronic devices can constitute steps which "significantly advance" an action to resist an application for dismissal of the litigation on account of delay.
Lawson Lundell LLP
In its first of two companion decisions on anti-SLAPP suit motions, the Supreme Court of Canada in Pointes Protection confirmed the test to be applied (as set out in our first blog here).
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
When your organization is addressing a cyber-attack or other data breach, protecting privilege is crucial. In the aftermath of a data breach, events can move very quickly.
Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP
The recent decision of the Divisional Court in Industrial Alliance Securities Inc. v. Kunicyn has clarified the test for the very narrow future crimes/fraud exception to solicitor-client privilege.
Siskinds LLP
Budgeting, spending and saving are top of mind for many people and businesses this year. In these uncertain times we are all looking for ways to economize.
Stikeman Elliott LLP
In May 2020, the Alberta Court of Appeal (CA) released its decision in Phoa v Ley, 2020 ABCA 195. The decision, upholding an order to strike parts
Cayman Islands
Walkers
It is of the utmost importance that confidentiality in legal communications is maintained within the context of financial services.
Ghana
Robert Smith & Adelaide Law
International Arbitration Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Ghana, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Indonesia
Assegaf Hamzah & Partners
International Arbitration Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Indonesia, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
William Fry
Legal Professional Privilege recognises a client's right to be honest with their legal adviser, without fear of disclosure of sensitive information to other parties.
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