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Rama and sage Vasishta

If reality is ONENESS, how can there be any sense of lack, hence any desire? There is no ‘other’ to be related to. Reminds me of Socrates’ speech in the Symposium (one of Plato’s dialogues) after other speakers had rendered their tribute to Eros, the god of Love. 165 more words

Advaita

More Noise: Loser pays on CFA’s?

  Coventry v Lawrence (Part 2)

A Supreme Court case I commented on recently, elsewhere described as “…an important judgment on the principles of private nuisance for the 21st century…” 788 more words

Litigation

New Paper: Privately Litigated Disconnecting Injunctions

Martin Husovec and I have just finished a paper titled Privately litigated disconnecting injunctions, which is available at the ssrn website. It deals with a particular type of injunctions that rights holders might apply for against intermediaries on the basis of Art. 427 more words

Copyright

Lord Cairns' Act 1858 | UK Parliament | 28 June 1858

ON 28 JUNE 1858, the UK Parliament enacted the Chancery Amendment Act 1858, also known as the Lord Cairns’ Act 1858.

The Act allowed the English and Irish equity courts to award damages. 246 more words

Solicitor

Matsui v. R. – FCt: Taxpayer’s application to extend the time for judicial review of the Minister and for an injunction dismissed.

http://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/fc-cf/decisions/en/item/72194/index.do

Matsui v. Canada (June 10, 2014 – 2014 FC 553) was an application to extend the time to judicially review the Minister’s refusal to accept certain losses claimed by the taxpayer and for an injunction staying collection action: 453 more words

Income Tax Act

B.C. court flexes its cross-border muscle

Canadian courts are willing to assert their jurisdiction across international borders.

Case in point: the B.C. Supreme Court’s recent decision to order that Google remove a company’s websites from worldwide search results. 572 more words

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