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Future Of Litigation Funding In India

The return on this type of financing is more than 50%-100% in some cases which is considerably better return on any investment done in any conventional corporate finance deals in the Indian Market.

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“The Approach Of NCLT And NCLAT Is More Bureaucratic” U.K. Chaudhary, Senior Advocate

The National Company Law Tribunal has disposed of more than 6,000 cases under IBC and is also dealing with 9,000 cases which are pending at various stages along with allied and connecting multiple applications in the pending cases.

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Legal Issues For Contractors During Force Majeure Events

This suspension allows the contractor to ask for extension of time, compensation for additional costs incurred by the contractor for salary and wages of idle labour at the construction site.

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Justice Should Be Served, Not Adjourned

Perhaps there is a man-made solution that uses a God-given gift to humanity that has the propensity to avert this predicament.

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Delhi HC Lauds Medical Workers For Their Efforts To Tackle COVID-19

The High Court disposed of a PIL filed by Yash Aggarwal and Chitrakshi seeking a direction to the respondents to provide medical aid and treatment to patients suffering from varied illnesses and diseases

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L&L Partners Advised PA Media Group Plc In Connection With Its Acquisition Of Alamy Limited, UK Together With Its Subsidiaries In India, US And Australia

Alamy will complement PA Media Group’s editorial picture syndication business, PA Images, whose archive charts more than 100 years of British history, along with royal, entertainment, sport and news photography.

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Post COVID-19 Legal Sector Challenges And Remedies

The corporate players would prefer to avoid going into litigation at all costs, however, that certainly doesn’t mean that litigation would come to a grinding halt. No, never.

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Delhi HC To Hear On Jan 31 Plea Challenging CBI Appeal Against Acquittal In 2G Case

According to the plea, the PC Act 2018 was introduced to remedy such gross misuse of the power of launching criminal prosecution by investigating agencies against honest officers.

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No Evidence Against Me: Asif Muhammad Khan On Jamia Nagar Violence

"Police have no evidence against me. I was in Shaheen Bagh, participating in the protests which are going on till now, at the time when buses were set on fire there. Police was also recording my speeches, this is my biggest evidence," Khan told ANI.

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Delhi HC Judge Recuses From Hearing Plea Seeking Contempt Proceedings Against Chhapaak Filmmakers

Justice Chawla recused to hear the petition saying he had worked with Aparna Bhat earlier and therefore could not hear the matter.

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New Indian Law To Protect Foreign Investors To Exclude Tax Demands: Report

The bill is likely to be presented for passage in the upcoming parliament session that starts January 31.

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Nirbhaya Case: Activist Writes To Smriti Irani To Declare Execution Day As 'Rape Prevention Day'

Bhayana in the letter said that on the day of execution, one daughter of India will get justice, however, there are many who long for the same.

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Execution Of Nirbhaya Convicts Won't Take Place On Jan 22: Standing Counsel For Tihar Jail Authorities

Delhi High Court had asked convict Mukesh's counsel to approach the trial court and apprise the court about the pending mercy plea.

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Court Asks State To Produce FIRs Against Bhim Army Chief, Bail Plea To Be Heard Tomorrow

While the Judge asked about those charges, the Public Prosecutor (PP) pleaded for ignorance and told that he will find out.

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Delhi Court To Deliver Verdict In Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Case On Jan 20

In December last year, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had filed a charge sheet against 21 accused in the case.

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