2020-01-20 11:10:54| The Economic Times
SC dismisses plea of convict in Nirbhaya caseWith this verdict on the plea by Akshay Kumar Singh, the review petitions of all the four death row convicts in the case stand dismissed by the top court. The convicts are yet to file curative petition in the apex court that is the last legal recourse available to a person and it is generally considered in-chamber.
2020-01-20 11:09:10| Mondaq.Com
MoFo attorneys on January 13, 2020, began trying a case challenging what they allege are inhumane conditions at the Arizona detention centers of the U.S. Border Patrol
2020-01-20 11:04:54| Mondaq.Com
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), led by members appointed by President Barack Obama and with a pro-labor agenda, implemented many procedural changes during the last decade.
2020-01-19 16:10:37| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Stagecoach among operators disqualified from bidding for franchises over pensionsA high court battle pitting rail operators against the government is due to start on Monday, with Stagecoach and others seeking tens of millions of pounds in compensation in a case that could have far-reaching implications for the privatised rail system.Stagecoach is suing the Department for Transport after being disqualified from bidding for three rail franchises last year for failing to comply with demands on pension liabilities. It is expected to argue that the DfT mismanaged the bid process with regards to the Railway Pension Scheme, where a 7.5bn deficit has been identified by the regulator, and was attempting to shift too onerous a responsibility on to private firms. Continue reading...
2020-01-18 19:00:00| The Economic Times
Nirbhaya case: SC to hear juvenile plea on Jan 20The convict has sought a direction restraining the authorities from executing the death penalty, which has been scheduled for February 1. He has challenged the high courts December 19 order by which it also deprecated the conduct of his advocate for filing forged documents and not appearing in the court.