In the growing field of Assisted Reproductive Technology, the next step might be an Artificial Womb. This would bring with it many questions with regards to the child’s right to identity; which, after all, are not so unfamiliar to the field.
On 14 August 2017, the High Court of Singapore decided on the issue of whether the membership of the Singapore Island Country Club was subject to seizure and sale, in order to satisfy a court judgment to pay damages.
On 28 June 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada decided that a Canadian court can issue an injunction order against Google Inc. to de-index certain websites even when Google is not a party to the underlying dispute and the order has extraterritorial effect.
In a recent report of the European Law Institute (ELI) over 100 recommendation are made on a variety of themes affected by the rescue of financially distressed, but viable businesses. These include security rights and contract, corporate and labour law.
Several plaintiffs brought a claim against Uber Kenya Ltd concerning online contracts concluded with Uber BV which is established in the Netherlands. On 30 March 2017 the High Court of Kenya ruled on whether such a lawsuit could be tried in Kenya.
International Insolvency Institute (III) recommends the ALI-III Global Principles and Guidelines 2012 for use in all regions of the world. These non-binding principles and guidelines contribute to the architecture of international insolvency.