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Independence referendums, individualism, and Bloom County

As Scotland determines its future on its referendum today, I recall, as a child, watching the Adventures of Robin Hood, how Errol Flynn in the title character talked about the fight between the Normans and Saxons that was threatening to divide England.   525 more words

Canada

In Re: Indusind Bank Ltd.

CITATION: (2004) 4 CompLJ 394 Bom

DECIDED: May 6, 2004

BEFORE: Bombay High Court

FACTS

A company petition was filed by the petitioner IndusInd Bank Limited for sanction of Scheme of Arrangement between Ashok Leyland Finance Limited (‘transferor company’) and IndusInd Bank Limited (‘transferee company’) and their respective members and creditors. 198 more words

Corporate Law

Who Should Go to Law School?

When I decided to apply to law school, a neighbor of mine who I respected, immediately told me not to go. Just point blank, don’t do it.   1,735 more words

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Plebgate, Operation Alice, and the Post Leveson landscape

In the Plebgate affair, we saw several interconnected events that reminded us why Leveson was needed and what has changed as a result. Operation Alice upset the press. 553 more words

Journalism

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The creeping public-interest factor in antitrust: Still creeping or racing yet?

Race to bottom: dilution of competition-law factors in South Africa?

As we have reported numerous times, both on the global policy front as well as in individual case reports, the South African competition regulators and their superiors in the economic development ministry have had their sights on placing a stronger emphasis on the “public interest” element inherent in the SA competition legislation — thereby diluting pure competition-law/antitrust analysis, as some might argue. 452 more words

South Africa