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Survey Shows Half of Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Protesters Ready to Retreat

Half of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters would clear the streets if asked by the student leaders, according to an informal survey of more than 2,000 participants over the weekend. 159 more words

Campaign for Affordable Trastuzumab writes to Chief Justice of India raising concerns on scheduled meeting of IPAB, Delhi High Court with IP Owners Associations

Campaign for Affordable Trastuzumab wrote to Chief Justice of India raising concern about  “Innovation Dialog” being organised in India from November 16-22, 2014 by the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPOA). 79 more words

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Class action lawsuit filed over Ogden gang restraining orders

SALT LAKE CITY — A class action lawsuit has been filed over Ogden’s gang restraining orders.

In a petition filed Tuesday, the ACLU of Utah asked the courts to vacate the convictions of any alleged gang member… 188 more words


Scandal! Footballer in Marriage Shock!

The future of Manchester Divided star and England international Dwayne Kick is in doubt after shock revelations last night that the 26 year old has “never cheated” on his wife. 351 more words


Judgment day

In a stunning decision that sent lawyers on both sides running to their checkbooks to see how much more they could charge for their advice, the U.S. 457 more words

'Anticompetitive Injunctions in Competition Law'

It’s back to the future for this week’s CCP seminar as we welcome the return of CCP alumna Sebastian Peyer (University of Leicester). Seb completed his PhD at the UEA Law School in 2010 and also worked as a Post Doctorate Research Fellow at the CCP.  173 more words



Court: not an ‘advice bureau’ for litigants in person

Mostyn J’s July 2014 judgement in Bakir v Downe EWHC 3318 (Fam) was transcribed at public expense because Mostyn J wanted to make a point about use of the court not being an advice bureau. 1,693 more words