The hydra-led Amazon—Future—Reliance dispute also raises important questions about the role of judicial review in arbitration. In international commercial arbitration established in India under the rules of the Singapore International Arbitration Center (“SIAC“), Future had applied to the Delhi High Court under Article 227 of the Indian Constitution to declareRead More →

The Allahabad High Court has made it clear that the Armed Forces Tribunal Act 2007 cannot and does not preclude the High Court’s power of judicial review provided for in Section 226 of the Constitution. “The jurisdiction under 226 of the Constitution of India is extraordinary and discretionary in nature.Read More →

The Rajasthan High Court in Jaipur has dismissed a series of court cases challenging the process of recruiting district judges. In this case, all the applicants here failed to make a mark during the preliminary examination. They were not pre-selected and did not qualify for the main exam. Chief JusticeRead More →

Hello, Daily Kos Community, and welcome back to Daily Kos Week in Action! This weekly series from the Daily Kos Activism team shares the issues we’re working on and gets your feedback on where we might focus our future efforts. At Daily Kos, we believe in fighting for equity, especiallyRead More →

The Administrative Court recently upheld a challenge to a ‘consultation’ undertaken by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) ahead of the publication of the National Disability Strategy. Strikingly, the DWP testified that it had no intention of consulting – but Judge Griffiths argued that, in substance (as opposed toRead More →

A case is before the Kerala High Court over the Centre’s decision to revoke the television license of Malayalam news channel MediaOne on national security grounds The question of whether the state can invoke “national security” as a ground for limiting judicial review was again considered in the case ofRead More →

January 28, 2022 Elise Archer, Attorney General The latest Government Services Annual Report shows that Tasmania’s justice and corrections sectors have continued to improve in key areas. The report shows that for the 2020-21 reporting period the average daily prison population fell by 3.6% and Tasmania’s imprisonment rate of 149.2Read More →

In judicial review proceedings, courts are concerned with the decision-making process and not with the decision itself, the Supreme Court observed in a judgment delivered today. In this case, the appellant, a chief constable, applied to the High Court for a retroactive promotion with effect from 21.01.2004. His grievance wasRead More →

Is Bongbong Marcos legally qualified to run for president in 2022? Or should his certificate of candidacy (COC) be invalidated? Once again, lawyers will speak out on a crucial issue in determining the country’s future. Whoever they are inclined to support for the presidency, voters should follow the deliberations onRead More →

The Supreme Court of New Jersey recently granted certification in Larry Schwartz vs. Nicholas Menas, Esq. (No. A-54/55-20) (085184), in which the court will consider whether to finally abandon the “new business rule”, which categorically prohibits damages for the potential profits of a new business in most civil contracts andRead More →