A world-class judiciary utilizing innovation and technology for efficient service delivery.


To provide sound, timely judgements and efficient court services in an environment where all stakeholders are valued.

The Hon. Mrs. Justice Stephane Jackson-Haisley

Financial Services Commission v Stocks and Securities Limited, Caydion Campbell and Hugh Croskery

Application for interim injunction pursuant to section 49(h) Judicature (Supreme Court) Act – RULE 17.1(a), 17.1(4) and 17.2 of the civil Procedure Rules 2002 – Financial Services Commission Act- The Companies Act - Whether defendants at liberty to wind up company and dissipate funds  – Whether temporary manager redundant – Whether claimant vested with full and exclusive management over 1ST defendant  – Whether cause of action must be established – Whether there is a serious issue to be tried -- Whether there has been material non-disclosure – Whether undertakings as to damages required by

Stephenson, Cabel v Hibbert, Doreen, (Cressida Rattigan (In her capacity as named executrix in the Estate Frederick 'Toots' Hibbert) and Leba Thomas (In her capacity as named executrix in the Estate Frederick 'Toots' Hibbert)

Tort of detinue - Tort of conversion - Unlawful detention of samsung SSD hard drive – Recovery of possession - Delivery up - Intellectual Property Rights- Sections 2(1), 7, 9, 22, 23 and 28 of the Copyright Act - Authorship and ownership of copyright – Joint authorship and ownership- Musical works -Sound recordings - Executive producer of sound recordings -Sufficient degree of originality – Whether estate of deceased has interest in right to sound recordings - Measure of damages

Simmonds, Kevin v The Minister of Labour and Social Security and The Attorney General of Jamaica

Judicial Review - Labour Relations and Industrial Disputes Act (LRIDA)- Sections 2, 11 A (1), 12 (5) (c) - Employment terminated by reason of redundancy - Intervention of Minister of Labour and Social Security under the LRIDA sought after acceptance of redundancy package and filling of post the subject of the dispute - Whether the Minister acted ultra vires the Act in deciding not to refer the dispute to the Industrial Disputes Tribunal - Whether a Minister may properly consider the issue of waiver of the rights at sections 12 (5) (c) of the LRIDA in determining whether or not to exercise t



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