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Arbitration Everywhere, Stacking the Deck of Justice



On Page 5 of a credit card contract used by American Express, beneath an explainer on interest rates and late fees, past the details about annual membership, is a clause that most customers probably miss. 5,554 more words


Has the tide turned on liquidated damages?

For the first time in a century, the Supreme Court has recently considered the law of penalties, when handing down its judgments on two cases relating to contractual penalty clauses [1].  618 more words


SC held Ramayan and Quran can't be trademarked

નિર્ણય સંભળાવતા SC એ કહ્યું કે, કુરાન, બાઈબલ, ગુરુગ્રંથ સાહિબ, રામાયણ વગેરે જેવા ઘણા પવિત્ર અને ધાર્મિક ગ્રંથ છે. જો કોઈ પૂછે કે શું કોઈ વ્યંતી વસ્તુઓ કે સેવાઓના વેચાણ માટે કોઈ ધર્મગ્રંથના નામનો ટ્રેડમાર્કના આધારે ઉપયોગ કરી શકે છે તો તેનો જવાબ છે નહિ.http://www.vishvagujarat.com/sc-held-ramayan-and-quran-cant-be-trademarked/

Saraki: Sagay, Falana reject NBA’s apology to Supreme Court

The President of the Nigerian Bar Association, Mr. Augustine Alegeh (SAN), on Wednesday apologised to the Supreme Court on behalf of some lawyers who criticised the apex court for halting the trial of Senate President Bukola Saraki on charges of false assets declaration before the Code of… 10 more words


Hawaii Supreme Court decision changes DUI procedures for police, prosecutors

Refusing to take a breath test if you get pulled over for drunk driving is no longer a crime.

That’s according to a ruling Wednesday… 400 more words


Briefing on Fisher v. University of Texas: Affirmative Action Heading Back to the Supreme Court

On Monday October 3rd, 2015, the doors of the Supreme Court officially reopened for the 2015-2016 judicial term. Chief Justice John G. Marshall and the presiding bench began hearing oral arguments on eleven of the cases already confirmed for the session. 604 more words

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CDs are documents, can be considered as evidence under law: Supreme Court

In a significant ruling, the Supreme Court has allowed compact discs (CDs) to be treated as a document under the law and said that litigants should be allowed to prove or disprove such electronic proof in judicial proceedings. 365 more words

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