The controversial website ‘Solicitors From Hell; has been removed from the internet after a court ordered that the site administrator take it down. The decision resolves a six-year litigation brought by the Law
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Legally India has posted an interview with senior counsel and BJP parliamentarian Ram Jethmalani, addressing the art of cross-examination, Adam & Eve and why political parties don’t care about foreign law firms.
Interesting short article here about the legal profession in China. According to this report in China Daily, the number of licensed lawyers in China has reached 200,000, a massive increase from just a few hundred in 1979
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan has opted not to open anHere is an interesting article in the Asian Lawyer about why Los Angeles-based litigation firm
WilmerHale has boosted its New York antitrust and competition practice with the hire of Molly Boast, the former deputy assistant attorney general in the Justice Department’s
Ashurst will see two more senior departures from its litigation practice, with litigation chief Michael Madden leaving the firm and partner Wil Thorburn set to join JP Morgan Chase in
Bar & Bench has conducted a survey to determine the recruitment patter for 371 law school graduates from leading law schools in India; NLSIU, Bangalore; NALSAR, Hyderabad; NUJS, Kolkata; NLIU, Bhopal and NLU, Jodhpur.
There is growth in the “alternative litigation funding” market this year, and while some firms remain wary of litigation funding arrangements, others welcome their participation in litigation because they assure that
Linklaters has paid up £13 million to settle a professional negligence claim brought against it by former client Levicom. Levicom claimed that LinklatersAccording to reports,
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz has boosted its litigation and pro bono practices with the hire of La'Verne Edney from aMemphis-based