15Dec
By: Phil On: December 15, 2016 In: International Litigation Comments: 0

The Jackson reforms – the UK’s new litigation rules – went into effect in England and Wales on April 1, 2013. These new rules have a significant impact on how litigation is conducted in the UK.

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15Dec

International arbitration is a method to resolve legal disputes between people living in different countries. It is most often used by business owners who are having problems with commercial contracts, and it is an increasingly popular alternative to litigation in foreign courts.

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14Dec
By: Autumn On: December 14, 2016 In: Domestic Litigation, International Litigation Comments: 0

Litigation support is a necessity for all law firms, but it does not need to be handled solely by your legal employees. Instead, outsourcing litigation support is a wise idea. Whether you run a law firm or preside over a legal department within a company, take a look at some...

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14Dec
By: Autumn On: December 14, 2016 In: International Litigation Comments: 0

India has recently been in the news regarding the rape and murder of a student in New Delhi. Issues regarding women’s rights and sexual violence are dominating news coverage of India. With India’s government changing laws to more effectively punish perpetrators, now is a good time to review some facts...

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30Nov
By: Autumn On: November 30, 2016 In: International Litigation Comments: 0

If you are planning to conduct business in China, you would be wise to obtain professional, accurate contract translations. Without a proper translation, you could compromise your business deal or even face legal issues.

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30Nov
By: Autumn On: November 30, 2016 In: International Litigation, Legal Translation Comments: 0

If you’re in need of legal translation of a document, it’s important to hire a professional in this field. But you can’t just hire anyone and then sit back and expect to get the best results.

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30Nov
By: LLSKeyHolder On: November 30, 2016 In: International Litigation, Legal News Comments: 0

JASTA’s enactment by Congressional override of a presidential veto does not make the Act controversial. Nor is JASTA controversial merely because Saudi Arabia finds its potential liability under Act to be excessive and unfair. Rather, the Act is controversial because of its potential to disrupt diplomatic communication.

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30Nov

International subrogation should not be overlooked by insurers as a source for recovering their own losses. Even when a loss is caused by an “Act of God,” insurers are wise to consider how third parties may have contributed to the resulting damages.

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