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Expert Witnesses: Striking a Late Designation

22nd March 2010
"When it comes to issues that both sides anticipate will be disputed at trial, a party cannot merely 'reserve its right' to designate experts in the initial exchange, wait to see what experts are designated by the opposition, and then name its experts onl... Read >
Author: Laine T Wagenseller

Suing Your Employer: The Uphill Battle

04th July 2009
The intense struggle employees, who have suffered employment related discrimination, can expect to experience when challenging a powerful employer is somewhat illustrated by the high-profile legal case Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins (2006). The Em... Read >
Author: Simon King

12 Interesting Facts About Divorce Around the World

02nd July 2009
* In ancient Athens, divorce was freely permitted. However, the person seeking divorce has to submit their request to a magistrate who then decided whether the reasons for the request were sufficient.* Malta does not permit divorce under the law of the co... Read >
Author: mgordon

Appeal Stages and Court Structure in Employment Disputes

23rd June 2009
The high-profile Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins [2006] legal case, where the Employment Tribunal's verdict of race discrimination led to the record £2.8 million compensation award, is due to be heard by the Court of Appeal next month (July 2009).... Read >
Author: Simon King
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