Robert Jackson, a commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and a former professor at Columbia Law School, speaks with Reynolds Holding about becoming a commissioner, the problem of perpetual dual class stock, and what the commission can do about mandatory arbitration for shareholder disputes. 25 more words
Tags » Arbitration
April 18, 2018
York administration’s latest communication, “Two days of mediation produce no settlement”, sets up the provincial Industrial Inquiry Commission to fail.
The second paragraph of the communique says: “While agreement was reached on two issues – lactation and breast-feeding space and professional expense reimbursement – CUPE 3903’s other proposals continue to be well outside the range of anything the university can ever agree to.” (emphasis mine). 681 more words
Obligation of disclosure and notorious fact: when the Court of Appeal recalls the extent of this obligation
On 27 March 2018, the Paris Court of Appeal ruled once again on the extent of the arbitrator’s obligation to disclose and notorious fact, underlining that a party ‘ 1,861 more words
A Lawyer can be useful if you do not know what you are doing.
However there are multiple disadvantages to hiring a lawyer.
And advantages to represent yourself. 577 more words