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London court reopens $7bn Brazil dam collapse lawsuit

YET ANOTHER environmental disaster, initiated by a large corporate body’s reckless actions, will be scrutinised by a court of law.

Vijay Mallya declared bankrupt by London court

The week brought bad news for the King of Good Times, Vijay Mallya, as the Insolvency and Companies Court of the London High Court declared the former liquor baron of India, fugitive from Indian law, bankrupt.

Obama exceeded his power, US court rules, declares “Dreamers” programme illegal

THE “DREAMS” programme, instituted by former US president Barack Obama in 2012 as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programme, has been termed illegal by a federal court of that country.

Justice Sujata Manohar gets the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Medal of Honour

Former Supreme Court Judge, Justice Sujata Vasant Manohar, has been awarded the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Medal of Honour, instituted by the World Jurist Association and the World Law Foundation.

French authorities initiate judicial probe into 2016 Rafale deal

French authorities initiate judicial probe into 2016 Rafale deal A judicial probe has been ordered by authorities in France into alleged corruption in the €7.8 billion sale of 36 Dassault-built Ra...

To recover arbitration approved dues, Cairn targets other GOVT firms

Having sued Air India and having come up against stiff resistance from the Indian government, British Oil company Cairn Energy Plc has now set its sight on assets of other Indian government-owned firms from the US to Singapore.

Nestlé, Cargill can’t be sued over child labour in Ivory Coast: US Supreme Court

THE SUPREME Court of the United States ruled that Nestlé USA and Cargill Inc. can’t be sued in US courts over child labour abuses allegedly committed in Ivory Coast.

Kulbhushan Jadhav given right of appeal by Pak National Assembly

PAKISTAN’S NATIONAL assembly approved a bill that would allow Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav to appeal his conviction in a Pakistan court. The bill was adopted by the National Assembly after approval from the 21-member standing committee.

Mallya’s plea for Rs 7.8 crore from frozen funds turned down by London court

A London court recently refused to release the over £758,000 (Rs 7.8 crore) that former liquor baron Vijay Mallya wanted from funds held by the court to allegedly pay his legal fees in India.

Russian billionaire’s ex-wife targets his super yacht

Tatiana Akhmedova, the former wife of Russian billionaire Farkhad Akhmedov, who has moved her divorce settlement to a London court, is bent on getting her pound of flesh for the 21 years she had been wife to the gas tycoon.

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