Suri, in his petition, sought the relief that right of choice, right of privacy, right to dignity, right to non- discrimination and right to liberty for himself and many persons of the LGBTQ community while referring to manner in which people of the community face discrimination in routine life and equal work opportunities and pay is not given to individuals who have chosen their sexual orientation which is so-called different from those who are heterosexuals. … [Read more...] about Hotelier Keshav Suri Moves SC For ‘Right To Choice Of Sexual Orientation’
Referring to the clause, the bench observed: “There is assertion that disputes have arisen between the parties. The intention of the parties, as it flows from the clause, is that efforts have to be made to settle the disputes in an amicable manner and, therefore, two options are available, either to go for arbitration or for litigation in a court of law.” … [Read more...] about Contract Clause Giving Option Of Arbitration Or Court Adjudication; Choice Of Party Prevails, Holds SC [Read Judgment]
The Court noted that the University had issued exam notification on September 7 on the basis of 100 marks written exam system even after the Circular. This gave an impression to the students that the existing system will be followed. “It appears that the Respondent – University itself was under confusion as to which system it has to follow”, observed the Court. … [Read more...] about No Choice Based Credit System In LLB Course In Mumbai University This Academic Year, Orders Bombay HC [Read Order]
Medina acknowledged that duplicates could have skewed her group’s estimate, but suggested that the 55,165 figure could actually be an underestimate because only 134 of the 185 charter schools (173 at the time of the report) provided waitlist data. To be safe, however, she said her group rounded the number down to 55,000 students. … [Read more...] about Fact check: Are nearly 60,000 NC kids waitlisted for the school of their choice?
AFFIRMED.Division I holds: While parties may agree to submit matters to arbitration, including the gateway issue of who will decide whether a dispute is arbitrable, delegation of gateway arbitrability questions must be clear and unmistakable in order to remove consideration of the matter from the courts. In this case, a clause providing for arbitration of a narrow class of disputes governed by an agreement subordinate to the asset purchase agreement between the parties, which stated that any arbitration of such issues would be in accordance with the rules of the American Arbitration Association, did not sufficiently clearly and unmistakably establish the parties’ intent to submit questions of arbitrability to an arbitrator instead of to the courts, whose jurisdiction was broadly asserted in the asset purchase agreement. Moreover, the court properly concluded that the narrow arbitration clause did not compel arbitration of the parties’ disputes where there was no evidence in … [Read more...] about 50 Plus Pharmacy v. Choice Pharmacy Sys., LLC — Plaintiff-friendly Arbitration Case Relating to Sale of a Business