Category Archives: Appeals

C.A. Says Only “Damage” Necessary to Start Limitation Period, Not “Damages”

The language of the Limitations Act, 2002 continues to be interpreted by the courts and an important decision was handed down this week by the Court of Appeal. Hamilton (City) v. Metcalfe & Mansfield Capital Corporation was an appeal from a … Continue reading

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U.S. Study Says Party Who Gets the Most Questions from the Judges Will Lose

In an interesting article in the New York Times this week, we learn that, in cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, the party to whom the majority of the judges’ questions are directed will lose 86 percent of the time. The … Continue reading

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