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June 2018 / 23 posts found

The Impact of the GDPR on Litigation Support Services, Part I

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This two-part article will provide an overview of how the implementation of the GDPR in the EU will affect U.S. litigation and the delivery of litigation support services in the U.S. Part I will provide an overview of the legal framework of the GDPR and the most relevant provisions of the GDPR affecting U.S. litigation. The Legal Framework of the GDPR and Most Relevant Provisions Affecting U.S. Litigation The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU regulation that replaces the EU Data Protection Directive of 1995. The GDPR is intended to provide stronger and more unified data protection for [...]

Finance Litigation: The Latest Cases And Issues – May 2018

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Gowling WLG's finance litigation experts bring you the latest on the cases and issues affecting the lending industry THE COURT OF APPEAL CONSIDERS 'REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT' IN THE CONTEXT OF POSSESSION PROCEEDINGS The first case in which the Equalities legislation has been raised as a defence to a mortgagee's claim for possession has recently been before the Court of Appeal. In Southern Pacific Mortgage Ltd v Green, Green appealed against a possession order on the basis that the claimant lender had discriminated against her under s19(1)(b) and s21(1) of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA). She asserted that by failing to [...]

The 7 Main Causes of Divorce

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Nobody, hopefully, enters into a marriage with a person thinking they are going to one day deal with a divorce. Even if there are problems in the relationship, a couple hope that after walking down the aisle, smooching hello to the promise of a life together, and getting down on the dance floor, their relationship with fall into place. But it doesn't always happen like that. Life gets in the way and relationships get tangled, leaving between 40 to 50 percent of couples in the United States opting for divorce. So is there a way to see if your relationship [...]