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Dechert, the High Court has ruled that the disputed bills will beIn response to a claim by mining company Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation (ENRC) that it was overcharged by
Reed Smith solicitor has been struck off and ordered to pay £160,000 costs after being found guilty of fraud. City Law Financial founder Paul Fallon was found to haveA former
The Delhi High Court is hearing a petition seeking an increase in the salaries of Supreme Court and High Court judges in India. The petition was filed by Deepak Khosla, and the respondents are the Union of India, the
Wragge & Co has been found guilty of professional negligence and ordered to pay damages of over £7.5m to former client Amalgamated Metal Corporation (AMC). The High Court (UK)
The Delhi High Court decided to allow an accused doctor to pursue her studies as right to education is our fundamental right. When jailed politicians can contest elections, why can’t an ordinary prisoner pursue
The Gujarat High Court has upheld a fine of Rs. 79,000 ($1,755) by the State Government on village-head Mohanbhai Vasava, head of Talodar village for cutting more than 1,500 trees without permission. The IANS reports
According to a PIB release, Justice Arun Kumar Mishra has been appointed as the Chief Justice of the Rajasthan High Court. He previously was a judge at the Rajasthan High Court. Justices Bejjaram Chandra Kumar, Nalla
Not letting the Karnataka High Court’s verdict deter them, the 11 disqualified BJP MLAs have approached the Supreme Court against the High Court’s decision and have engaged former Solicitor General, Senior Counsel
The Additional Solicitor General (ASG) of India, A.S. Chandhiok (pictured) has sparked up controversy and has landed himself in a jam. The ASG gave an appearance in the Delhi High Court representing a private firm
Sixteen rebel BJP MLAs have been disqualified MLAs from the Karnataka Assembly under the Anti-Defection Act after Justice V.G. Sabhahit of the High Court resolved a split verdict on the matter by an earlier Bench Bench
Dublin-based law firm Sean O'Ceallaigh & Co has been wound up by the High Court, after a partner admitted gambling away €2.5million of his clients' money on stocks and shares. Ruairi O'Ceallaigh, the son of the
The billable hour is seen as rewarding inefficiency, putting intense and unhealthy pressure on associates and undermining the culture of law firms and the profession. When the economic climate gets tough, law firms make
A Tribune report indicates that the Punjab & Haryana High Court has about 16 judges whose relatives practice in the same court, and at times, appear before the same Bench.
18 judges of the Karnataka High Court on Wednesday publicly declared their assets on the court’s official website.