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Commission asks if Cayman needs bullying law

Commission asks if Cayman needs bullying law

| 28/01/2016 | 34 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands Law Reform Commission (LRC) is asking the public to weigh in on a discussion paper about the need for new laws or policies to deal with the growing problem of bullying and cyber bullying. The paper raises a number of talking points about this global issue, which has a particularly negative […]

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No win, no fee regime proposed for civil action

No win, no fee regime proposed for civil action

| 05/01/2016 | 18 Comments

(CNS): The Law Reform Commission has released a draft bill and a discussion paper for public consultation on conditional and contingency fee agreements between clients and lawyers in civil action cases, paving the way for a no win, no fee regime. The review by the commission was suggested by the attorney general based on the direction […]

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Work begins on consumer protection law

Work begins on consumer protection law

| 03/12/2015 | 16 Comments

(CNS): The Law Reform Commission (LRC) is inviting the community to wade in on the subject of consumer protection with the release of a discussion document, as it begins to draft potential legislation to protect people from misleading or unfair practices in everyday commercial transactions. Currently, there is no specific legislation to protect people in this […]

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