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Sri Lankan SC Extends Overseas Travel Ban On Fmr PM Mahinda Rajapaksa Until Sept 5

The travel also pertained to his younger brother and former finance minister Basil Rajapaksa. Both are widely blamed for the current economic crisis in the island nation.

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Pak SC Reserves Verdict On Challenge Against Deputy Speaker

PML-Q leader Parvez Elahi challenged the ruling of deputy speaker Dost Mazari who handed victory to Hamza, son of Pak PM Shehbaz Sharif

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Allegations Of Regime Change Conspiracy By Imran Khan Dismissed By Pakistan Supreme Court

Pakistan's Supreme Court declined to entertain the claims of regime change conspiracy as proclaimed by ex-prime minister Imran Khan to gain political mileage

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Brown Rudnick Elects Key Lawyer in Depp's Defamation Trial, Camille Vasquez to Partnership

Brown Rudnick litigation team represented and won the jury verdict for actor Johnny Depp in his high-profile defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard. Partner Ben Chew led the BR litigation team, which also included partners Wayne Dennison and Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz, and associates Stephanie Calnan, Andrew Crawford, Yarelyn Mena, Jessica Meyers, Samuel Moniz and Camille Vasquez.

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Ghislaine Maxwell Juror To Invoke Right Against Self-Incrimination - Lawyer

LJuror No. 50, as he is known in court papers, will invoke his constitutional right against self-incrimination at a scheduled March 8 hearing, lawyer Todd Spodek said in a letter made public on Wednesday.

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International: Indonesia—A Difficult Jurisdiction For Protecting IP Rights?

Author, Kin Wah Chow, Principal, Rouse in his article published on conventuslaw.com says, "Indonesia is known to be a difficult jurisdiction in protecting intellectual property rights."

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Lessons From Elizabeth Holmes Conviction: For Indian Startups, Investors And Regulators

The debacle of a company like Theranos erodes the credibility of other startups writes Manish K. Jha

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[International] Austin LegalTech Startup Disco Files for IPO

Kiwi Camara the founder and CEO of Disco, seeks to build 'category definer' for legal tech.

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[International] London Law Firms Sign Greener Litigation Pledge

Freshfields, HFW among leading law firms to sign Pledge to reduce the environmental impact of dispute resolution.

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Singapore Extends Third-Party Funding to Domestic Arbitrations Effective June 28, 2021

In a press release on 22 June, 2021 the Ministry of Law of Singapore announced that third-party funding will be permitted for more categories of legal proceedings in Singapore such as domestic arbitration, proceedings commenced in the SICC, and more effective 28 June 2021.

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