Disclosure of EvidenceThe procedural rules governing access to evidence will apply retroactively to proceedings initiated as from 26 December 2014. They are largely consistent with the former rules on access to evidence contained in the French Code of Civil Procedure. They enable French courts to order the parties, or a third party, to disclose relevant evidence upon request of the defendant or the claimant. A question mark still hangs over whether French judges will not continue to carry out a proportionality assessment for each disclosure request as was their custom before the implementation provisions. … [Read more...] about Implementation of European Union Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions into French Law
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The Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express-News are participating in Electionland, a ProPublica project that will cover access to the ballot and problems that prevent people from exercising their right to vote during the 2018 election. This story is part of that project. … [Read more...] about Poll worker directs racist language at a north Houston voter
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Some food prices could rise in the event of a no-deal Brexit if border friction and tariffs force up costs – but equally there have been longer-term concerns of a flood of cheap, low-quality imports from outside the EU which Norfolk farmers could struggle to compete with. … [Read more...] about How would a no-deal Brexit directly affect Norfolk residents?
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