The Hon. Miss Justice Paulette Williams

Bain, Courtney Brendan v The University of the West Indies

Constitutional Law – Claim for breach of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – Freedom of Expression – Freedom of Thought and Conscience – Expert Witness – Expert Report – Whether breach of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms is demonstrably Justified in a Free and Democratic Society – Breach of Employment Contract – Payment in Lieu of Notice – Stigma and Reputational Harm – Loss of Advantage on the Labour Market – Breach of Implied Term of Trust and Confidence – Defamation – Damages – Aggravated Damages – Constitutional and Vindicatory Damages.

The Jamaican Bar Association v The Attorney General and the General Legal Council

The Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms (Constitutional Amendment) Act, 2011– Whether the Regime infringes sections 13(3)(a),(c), (j) and (r), 14(2)(d), 16(1), (2) and (6)(c) of the Charter – The Proceeds of Crime Act, 2007, as Amended – Whether the reporting obligations imposed on attorneys by sections 94 and 95 breaches attorney/client privilege, legal professional privilege,

Hugh Sam, Suzette Ann Marie v Hugh Sam, Quentin Chong

Property (Rights of Spouses) Act – Determination of interest in land on which house is located – Whether house is family house – Determination of interest in land on which businesses are located – Declaration of entitlement to interest, shares and profits in businesses, - Order for transfer of ownership of motor vehicle.

Carter, Tricia v Parnell, Lloyd

Division of Property – Unmarried couple - Claim for 50% share of property said not to be intended to be a home although occupied by the family.

Binger, Alison v Ranger, Michael

Divisionof property - Unmarried couple - Parties meeting whilst defendant still married to another - House constructed on land owned by claimant - Defendant using NHT benefits to assist in construction - Defendant assisting in the construction - Whether defendant acquired interest in house by virtue of constructive trust.

Taylor, Edward George v Mahoney, Bernard

Negligence – Collision involving a pedal cycle and a truck – Cyclist travelling to left side of the truck when truck proceeded to turn left – Liability of the parties – Whether there is contributory negligence.

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