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Donalds, Melisa v Industrial Disputes Tribunal

Employment terminated by letter – Company offers to reinstate employee – Does the employee have to accept reinstatement – What is the effect of the failure of the employee to accept the offer of reinstatement.

Rowe, James v Rowe, Elaine and Roydell Thompson

Sections 174, 178, and 179 of the Companies Act - Whether the Claimant is entitled to a re-transfer of his shareholdings in the company - Whether a resulting trust was created in favour of the Claimant - Whether the presumption of advancement is displaced - Whether the removal of the Claimant as director is valid - Whether the appointment of the 1st and 2nd Defendants as directors of the company is valid

J Wray & Nephew Limited v Restaurant Associates Limited

Application for amendments to Claim Form after Case Management Conference –Whether the amendments constitute a new cause of action - Whether application to amend should extend to new provisions regarding interest rate – Civil Procedure Rules, 2002 Rule 20.4 (2) and 1.1 -  The Limitation of Actions Act – Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act

BCC v Rex

Criminology - Detention – Review of Inmate Held at the Governor General’s Pleasure – Mentally Disordered Applicant – Applicant Deemed Detained at the Court’s Pleasure – Jurisdiction of the Court to Review Detention – Whether Applicant should be released unconditionally – Eligibility for Parole – Unfit to Plea – Civil Procedure Rules, Part 75 – Criminal Justice (Administration) Act s. 25A, 25B, 25C, 25D and 25E – The Judicature (Supreme Court) Act s. 28 – Parole Act s. 2 and 6


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