The Hon. Mrs. Justice Almarie Sinclair-Haynes

Construction Developers Associates v. Urban Development Corporation

Construction Contract - Breach of contract - Whether contract required parties to arbitrate – Whether architect had authority to certify claim – Effect of architect’s interim and final certificates - Whether sum due on earlier certificate can be paid on later certificate - Whether payment made gratuitously - Whether oral contract is ‘Cost Plus’- Whether claimant entitled to compound interest - Whether claim ought to be determined on quantum meruit basis - whether claim statute barred.

Azar, John Phillips v Tennis Jamaica Limited et al

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN THE CIVIL DIVISION
CLAIM NO. HCV 04650 OF 2014
BETWEEN JOHN PHILLIP AZAR JR (A MINOR) 1st CLAIMANT
(By his Father and next friend, John Azar)
AND TENNIS JAMAICA LIMITED DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED WITH:
CLAIM NO. HCV 04652 OF 2014
BETWEEN EMMA DIBBS (A MINOR) 2nd CLAIMANT
(By her Mother and next friend Rachael Dibbs)
AND TENNIS JAMAICA LIMITED DEFENDANT
Lord Anthony Gifford QC and Emily Crooks instructed by Gifford, Thompson & Bright for the 1st claimant.

Jamaica Public Service Co. Ltd v The Industrial Dispute Tribunal

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
BETWEEN JAMAICA PUBLIC SERVICE CO. LTD. APPLICANT
AND THE INDUSTRIAL DISPUT~T RIBUNAL RESPONDENT
Heard on: October 23 & 27,2003
C) Mr. D. Morrison Q.C. and Miss Tricia McNeil instructed by Dunn Cox & Orrett
for the Applicant
Mr. Patrick Foster instructed by the Attorney General on behalf of the Respondent
Sinclair-Haynes, J. (Agi.)
This is an action by way of notice of application for Court Orders by
Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS Co.) seeking leave to apply for a writ of

Phillips, Tanya v RBC Royal Bank (Jamaica) Limited

Interlocutory injunction – whether wife was apprised of all the facts prior to signing guarantee for husband’s business- whether husband exerted undue influence on wife – whether bank was put on notice – whether bank discharged its duty to wife- what constitutes proper advice to wife by attorneys at law

Hamilton, Marilyn v United General Insurance Company Ltd.

Employment Law - Whether claimant introduced pirated software into defendant’s environment - Whether the claimant was wrongfully dismissed - Whether Addis v Gramophone precludes award for breach of trust and confidence - Loss of advantage on labour market-stigmatization - Claim for anxiety and depression - Whether failure to mitigate reasonable - What constitutes reasonable notice to terminate - Entitlement under pension scheme - Whether employee entitled to employer’s contribution upon termination of contract - Defamation

Vinroy McDermott v Mohan Rigg, etal

THE SUPREME COURT OF JLDICATURE OF JAMAICA 

IN COMMON LAW

SUIT NO. CL 2002lM199

BETWEEN V ~ X O YM CDERMOTT CLAIMANT

AlVD MOHAN RIGG 1 ST DEFENDANT

AND MICI-IAEL RAMSARIOOP 2ND DEFENDANT

Mrs. Dorothy Gordon for Claimant

Mr. Kevin Williams instructed by Grant Stewart Phillips & Company for first Defendant

Heard : 3rd, loth March and 2"d April, 2004

The claimant is 34 years old. On the 31S' day of March 2002 he was injured

Ruby Matthews v Doris Matthews

 

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN COMMON LAW

SUIT NO. CL M 03712002

BETWEEN RUBY MATTHEWS CLAIMANT

AND DORIS MATTHEWS DEFENDANT

Mr. Leroy Equiano and Miss Simone Jarrett instructed by Kingston Legal Aid

Clinic for Plaintiff.

Mr. Leslie Campbell and Mrs. Suzette Campbell instructed by Campbell and

Campbell for Defendant.

Heard: znd. 3rd, 2oth February, 23rd March & 23rd April 2004

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