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A global guide to legal professional privilege: how it applies around the world

Although the concept of legal professional privilege is universal, its scope and limitation vary between jurisdictions. This global guide provides comprehensive details of the concept and scope of legal professional privilege in 51 jurisdictions around the world, as well as relevant recent cases.

Law Firm: DLA Piper | Published: 23 March 2015 | Practice Area: Nuisance

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A year in litigation: 2014's most important cases reviewed

In this briefing, Macfarlanes rounds up 2014's key cases and all of the most important developments in litigation and dispute resolution, covering subjects including costs budgeting rules, bribes and secret commission, implied terms of good faith, privilege and injunctions.

Law Firm: Macfarlanes | Published: 04 February 2015 | Practice Area: Financial Crime and Fraud

Rating: 6 people found this useful

Global differences in dispute resolution - an overview of 32 jurisdictions

This Eversheds guide provides a quick-reference overview of dispute resolution procedures in 32 key jurisdictions across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. It aims to provide a starting point for those involved in disputes which are cross-border or outside of their home jurisdiction.

Law Firm: Eversheds | Published: 24 September 2014 | Practice Area: Nuisance

Rating: 12 people found this useful

Limitation (Prescription) turned on its head - a ticking time bomb for Scottish law contracts

While only affecting contracts under Scottish law in the jurisdiction of the Scottish courts, a Supreme Court case has turned on its head the position on the limitation period (prescription period under Scottish law) that has been in place for some 40 years, as Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co reports.

Law Firm: Gowling WLG | Published: 01 September 2014 | Practice Area: Statutory Duty and Liability

Rating: 2 people found this useful

Waking the neighbours - Supreme Court revisits nuisance law after Biffa

Common law has long provided assistance when a person's right to enjoy their land is infringed by the activities of their neighbours. But as the demand for land grows, nuisance law is becoming more relevant to businesses. Bond Dickinson looks at a recent Supreme Court case which tackled this issue.

Law Firm: Womble Bond Dickinson | Published: 22 April 2014 | Practice Area: Planning and Development

Rating: 4 people found this useful

Nuisance and distress - real estate legal update

In this real estate briefing, Macfarlanes looks at what the new Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery procedure will mean for landlords troubled by defaulting tenants, as well as a recent Supreme Court case which provides useful guidance on the current state of the law on private nuisance.

Law Firm: Macfarlanes | Published: 08 April 2014 | Practice Area: Commercial Property

Rating: 2 people found this useful

Light at the end of the tunnel - right of light and the Supreme Court ruling in Coventry v Lawrence

Following a number of recent cases, developers have been negotiating in the knowledge that an injunction is likely to be granted where the development would interfere with the access of light to a neighbouring property. However, a recent Supreme Court case may herald a change, as Shoosmiths reports.

Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 19 March 2014 | Practice Area: Commercial Property

Rating: 2 people found this useful

When is protesting, protesting too much? The legal options for companies under fire

The cause championed by anti-fracking protestors has touched on concerns which are shared by members of the wider public. The problem for companies operating in the sector is how to respond when protestors' tactics cross the line into unlawful conduct. Eversheds looks at the legal options.

Law Firm: Eversheds | Published: 29 January 2014 | Practice Area: Rights over land

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The Mitchell v News Group 'plebgate' case - costs budgets and the true face of the Jackson reforms

The Court of Appeal’s decision in Mitchell v News Group International, handed down this morning, marks a true sea change in the way in which litigation will be conducted in England & Wales in the future and represents the first significant appellate decision enforcing the Jackson reforms.

Law Firm: 4 New Square | Published: 27 November 2013 | Practice Area: Negligence

Rating: 4 people found this useful

Effective commercial litigation: how to lead your team to success

The outcome of litigation is rarely a certainty. This in-depth report from Baker & McKenzie has been designed as a guide on how effective commercial litigation is best achieved and examines issues at the forefront of many businesses' minds, such as minimising costs and reputational damage.

Law Firm: Baker McKenzie | Published: 08 July 2013 | Practice Area: Nuisance

Rating: 17 people found this useful

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