The Hon. Mrs. Justice Lisa Palmer Hamilton

Paradise Consortium Lomited trading as Jungle Fyah v Mason, Franklyn trading as Jungle Fiah

Civil Practice & Procedure – Tort – Passing Off – Whether the Defendant has breached the tort of passing off by using the name ‘Jungle Fiah’ – Elements of Passing Off – Whether the Claimant has established goodwill or reputation in the name “Jungle Fyah” – Whether the Claimant has demonstrated a misrepresentation by the Defendant to the public by using the name ‘Jungle Fiah’ – Whether the Claimant suffered or is likely to suffer damage due to misrepresentation – What remedies, if any, are available to the Claimant - Remedies – Whether the Claimant is entitled to an Order for recovery of

James Morrison, Camla v Sutherland Global Services Jamaica PLC Limited

Civil Practice & Procedure -  Striking out statement of case – No reasonable ground for bringing the claim – Claim is frivolous, vexatious or otherwise an abuse of the process of the Court – Civil Procedure Rules 26.3 (1) – Extension of time to file defence – Application for Interim Injunction

Dayes, Florence v The Attorney General of Jamaica

Civil Practice & Procedure - Negligence – Breach of duty of care – Duty to provide a safe system work – Occupier’s Liability Act – Breach of statutory duty of care – Credibility of witnesses – Contributory negligence – Assessment of damages – Handicap on the labour market

Graham, Carlton v The Attorney General of Jamaica

Civil Practice & Procedure - Defendant not permitted to rely on any witness statement – Undisputed evidence – Quantum of Damages to be awarded – Damages for False Imprisonment – Damages for Malicious Prosecution – Aggravated and Exemplary Damages – Special Damages

Adjudah, Silvera v Attorney General of Jamaica, Ministry of Justice and Renita Mullings Gordon

Civil Practice & Procedure - Striking out statement of case – No reasonable ground for bringing the claim – Claim is frivolous, vexatious or otherwise an abuse of the process of the Court – Civil Procedure Rules 26.3 (1) – Statement of case (Certificate of Truth) – Civil Procedure Rule 3.13 – Defendants not a proper party to the claim – Crown Proceedings Act section 3(5) – Extension of time to file defence – Civil Procedure Rules 10.3 (9) and 26.1 (2) (c) & (v) – Application for default judgment 

Pinnock Brown, Nicola-Ann v Ana Yansy Martinez Watson

Insolvency– Sections 137, 138, 144 and 145 of the Insolvency Act, 2014 – Regulation 49 (2) of the Insolvency Regulations, 2015 – Whether the automatic discharge of a first time bankrupt should be refused – Facts relevant to discharges

Gardener, Deborah v Roberts, Risden, Collette, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Labour and Social Security

Civil Practice and Procedure - Administrative Law – Part 56 of the Civil Procedure Rules – Application for leave to apply for judicial review – Threshold in Sharma v Brown-Antoine and Others – Illegality – Section 125 of The Constitution – Establishing reasonable cause to remove or otherwise discipline – Public Service Regulations, 1961 – Breach of Natural Justice – Unreasonableness/Irrationality – Improper Purposes – Injunction – Part 17 of the Civil Procedure Rules – American Cyanamid Principles – Whether there is a serious issue to be tried – Whether damages would be an adequate remedy f

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