By: Ashok Kini 11 March 2019 11:44 AM GMT "Rule 48 of the NCLAT Rules clearly stipulates service of notice on the other side, pursuant to issuance of notice by the NCLAT in the appeal, regardless of supply of advance copy of appeal paperbook prior to the issuance of notice by NCLAT" The Supreme Court has observed that stipulation of service of notice on the other side, pursuant to issuance of notice by the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal in an appeal, has to be complied with, regardless of supply of advance copy of appeal paper book prior to the issuance of notice by NCLAT. The State Bank of India had approached the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal against an order passed by the National Company Law Tribunal, Calcutta. It set aside the NCLT order and directed to admit the application filed by the bank against Jai Balaji Industries Limited under Section 7, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. The company preferred appeal before the Apex court.Senior … [Read more...] about Notice Of NCLAT Appeal Has To Be Served Regardless Of Supply Of Advance Copy of Appeal Paper Book: SC [Read Judgment]
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By: Live Law News Network 2019-01-07 09:45:00.0 The High Court of Kerala today passed an order banning 'flash' hartals. The Division Bench of Chief Justice Hrishikesh Roy and Justice A K Jayasankaran Nambiar ordered that hartals can be declared only after giving prior notice of seven days. The Court held that within the 7 days, any citizen can challenge the declaration of hartal. The operative portion of the Court's order said : "Hartal without 7 days notice is unconstitutional and within those 7 days any citizen can challenge Hartal". The Court was considering a PIL filed by Kerala Chamber of Commerce and Industry against hartals. The petition stated that in last year 97 hartals were conducted in the Kerala in 2018, which affected their business and livelihood of workers, leading to loss of crores of rupees. The petition also sought for police protection for shops and commercial establishments during hartals. The Court expressed strong disapproval at the practise of calling for … [Read more...] about Breaking : Kerala HC Bans Flash Hartal Without Prior Notice Of 7 Days
Fox News has filed an amicus brief in support of CNN's lawsuit against the Trump administration for pulling the "hard pass" for reporter Jim Acosta, which gives him access to the White House. Acosta's pass was suspended last week, hours after he sparred with the president in a press conference. CBS News, too, announced that it will be filing an amicus brief in support of CNN, saying in a statement that it supports the White House Correspondents Association and CNN's legal fight to restore Acosta's access. "We do not believe that revoking White House press credentials is an appropriate remedy for a disagreement the White House may have with a particular reporter," CBS News' statement said. "We intend to file a friend of the court brief in support of CNN's lawsuit to defend its constitutional rights." Fox News anchors and shows are generally supportive of President Trump and his policies; network personality Sean Hannity appeared at a rally with Mr. Trump earlier this month. Fox … [Read more...] about Fox News, CBS News, other news outlets file amicus briefs in support of CNN lawsuit against Trump administration
Isaac Stanley-Becker and Fred Barbash, The Washington Post Published 6:24 am PST, Wednesday, November 14, 2018 A disputatious reporter seeks access to the White House but is blocked by Secret Service. Debate ensues over the journalist's tactics and whether he presents a physical threat more menacing than the pummeling that issues from his pen, or his microphone. The government doesn't offer a clear account and is sued on First Amendment grounds. CNN's Jim Acosta isn't the original protagonist in this drama, which is roiling Washington and drawing stern warnings from the likes of Bob Woodward. While the controversy, like so many others with President Trump at their center, appears to occupy uncharted territory, it actually doesn't. A case cited in the network's complaint against Trump, as well as members of his administration and the Secret Service, points to an important precursor, which holds clues about the viability of CNN's suit, filed Tuesday. The case is Sherrill … [Read more...] about Can CNN beat the White House in court? Look to the case 40 years ago of a loner journalist named Robert Sherrill.
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Apoorva Mandhani November 10, 2018 12:16 pm Change Font Size The Bombay High Court on Tuesday constituted an ad-hoc committee to look after day-to-day functioning of the Mumbai Cricket Association. The committee comprises of Professor Dr. Umesh Khanwilkar, Mr. Navin Shetty, Mr. Shahalam Shaikh, Mr. Ganesh Iyer, and CEO Mr.C.S.Naik. Dr. Khanvilkar and Mr. Naik have been appointed as the authorised signatories to operate the bank account of the association jointly. Justice Sandeep K. Shinde directed this committee to submit an audited statement of income and expenditure with particulars to the court quarterly. The court had, in April this year, appointed a committee of administrators, comprising former Supreme Court judge, Justice HL Gokhale, and former Bombay High Court judge, Justice VM Kanade. They had, however, expressed their unwillingness to continue as administrators after expiry of their term. The court was now hearing … [Read more...] about Bombay HC Appoints Ad-Hoc Committee To Administer Day-To-Day Functioning Of Mumbai Cricket Association [Read Order]