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Read A Question of Attribution: UK Supreme Court Clarifies Law on the Illegality Defence and th... A Question of Attribution: UK Supreme Court Clarifies Law on... A Question of Attribution: UK Supreme Court Clarifies Law on the Illegality Defence and the Quincecare Duty Owed By Financial Institutions

By Patrick Healy

Patrick Healy
Disputes

Read B.C. Court of Appeal Upholds and Clarifies Rectification Remedy in Canada B.C. Court of Appeal Upholds and Clarifies Rectification Rem... B.C. Court of Appeal Upholds and Clarifies Rectification Remedy in Canada

By Hovsep Afarian ...

Hovsep Afarian
Disputes

Read A New Era in Journalist Source Protection: The Supreme Court of Canada Clarifies section 3... A New Era in Journalist Source Protection: The Supreme Court... A New Era in Journalist Source Protection: The Supreme Court of Canada Clarifies section 39.1 of the Canada Evidence Act

By Andrew Matheson ...

Andrew Matheson
Disputes

Read The New Constitution: U.K. Supreme Court Intervenes in Brexit Debate The New Constitution: U.K. Supreme Court Intervenes in Brexi... The New Constitution: U.K. Supreme Court Intervenes in Brexit Debate

By Awanish Sinha ...

Awanish Sinha
Disputes

Read Fit to be Tried? Supreme Court of Canada Rules on Certification of Competition Class Actio... Fit to be Tried? Supreme Court of Canada Rules on Certificat... Fit to be Tried? Supreme Court of Canada Rules on Certification of Competition Class Actions

By Donald B. Houston ...

Donald B. Houston
Appellate Litigation

Read Keeping Things in Context: B.C. Court of Appeal Considers the Roles of Context and Public... Keeping Things in Context: B.C. Court of Appeal Considers th... Keeping Things in Context: B.C. Court of Appeal Considers the Roles of Context and Public Debate in Defamation Cases

By Connor Bildfell

Connor Bildfell
Appellate Litigation

Read Is the Plaintiff’s Motive to Sue Relevant? The Court of Appeal Says Probably Not Is the Plaintiff’s Motive to Sue Relevant? The Court of Appe... Is the Plaintiff’s Motive to Sue Relevant? The Court of Appeal Says Probably Not

By Meghan S. Bridges

Meghan S. Bridges
Disputes

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By James S.S. Holtom ...

James S.S. Holtom

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