Category: Supreme court advocates

Supreme Court asks banks to finalise proposals to finance unfinished Amrapali projects

Source:- The Supreme Court on Monday directed the counsel representing various banks, along with officials concerned, to meet the court-appointed receiver to finalise the proposal for financing of the unfinished Amrapali projects. The receiver, senior advocate R. Venkataramani, informed a bench comprising Justices U.U. Lalit and Ashok Bhushan that he is not getting adequate response

Cops raid Delhi Riots lawyer Mehmood Pracha’s office; Supreme Court Bar Association condemns ‘assault’

Source:- The Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) on Monday expressed shock and deep concern on “the arbitrary, illegal and brazen exercise of brute power by the police” against lawyers, including the search conducted at the premises of an advocate representing some of the accused in the north-east Delhi riots cases. The SCBA also condemned the

Bombay High Court seeks to know stand of other democracies on offensive social media posts

Source:- The Bombay High Court on Tuesday sought to know what stand democracies across the world take about offensive tweets or posts on social media, PTI reported. The High Court was hearing the final arguments on a plea filed by Mumbai resident Sunaina Holey, who was booked for allegedly posting offensive tweets against Maharashtra Chief

Bar Buzz: Supreme Court issues 2 new rules

Source:- The state Supreme Court on Wednesday publicly posted two new administrative orders — one dealing with court rules of public information access, the other affecting pro hac vice-counsel admissions for out-of-state attorneys. We’ll describe the latter first, because it’s simpler. That order changes Rule 5 of the General Rules of Practice by charging a

Supreme Court hears lawyer from his home through video-link

Source:- ISLAMABAD: After conducting proceedings of cases through the e-court system, the Supreme Court (SC) on Monday initiated listening to the counsel at the principal seat, Islamabad, from their homes. A three-member SC bench, headed by Justice Mushir Alam, heard arguments of senior lawyer Khalid Anwar from his home in Karachi in a case regarding

Supreme Court Rebukes Telangana Govt In BHEL Woman Officer Suicide Case

Source:- “The Home Secretary of Telangana shall personally look into this aspect and issue appropriate directions to all concerned as may be advised,” a two-judge bench of the Apex Court, headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar and also comprising Justice S Ravindra Bhat said in their order on Friday. “We deprecate the request made by the

Coronavirus impact: Order, order… but virtually

Source:- BENGALURU: Coronavirus has changed our lives. And the judicial system too has been affected. Instead of filing into courtrooms, judges and advocates have been logging into Zoom. It’s a way to keep legal proceedings moving in the age of coronavirus. Framing its own Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for hearing cases in the high court

SC reserves order on ex-BSF jawan Tej Bahadur’s plea against rejection of nomination paper

Source:- New Delhi: The Supreme Court Wednesday refused to adjourn the hearing on sacked BSF Jawan Tej Bahadur’s plea against the rejection of his nomination papers to contest 2019 Lok Sabha polls against Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Varanasi constituency, saying this is too important matter . The apex court reserved the order on Bahadur’s

Supreme Court to review lawsuit over on-farm ‘invasions’ by unions

Source:- Bullhorn-wielding union organizers entering a farm before dawn may seem like a “physical invasion” to many growers. But as long as such incursions are limited to three times per day and 120 days per year, they’re sanctioned under California farm labor regulations. Whether California’s regulatory scheme amounts to an unpaid government easement across private

“Selective Listing”: Supreme Court Bar Association Chief On Arnab Goswami Bail Plea

Source:- New Delhi: Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) president Dushyant Dave on Tuesday wrote a letter to secretary general of the top court, expressing “strong protest” on “selective listing” of journalist Arnab Goswami’s interim bail plea in the 2018 case of alleged abetment to suicide of an interior designer, before a vacation bench on November