This column is based on talk delivered by Bharat at the National Police Academy to a batch of 132 IPS officers/probationers, currently on training, with the very able assistance of Abhijay Srekanth (4th year, Jindal Global Law School.) ** Multiple FIRs, Chargesheets, Joinder of Charges and Accused and Splitting of Trials is an area of […]
This is a guest post by Shantanu Pachauri[I]. First published on The Criminal Law Blog on 7 June, 2020 at thttps://criminallawstudiesnluj.wordpress.com/2020/06/07/anticipatory-bail-and-children-in-conflict-with-law/ A constitutional bench of the Supreme Court in Gurubakash Singh Sibbia v. State of Panjab (1980) while distinguishing normal bail from anticipatory bail held that whereas the former is granted after arrest releasing a person […]
First published on LiveLaw at : https://www.livelaw.in/phone-tapping-and-recording-of-a-phone-conversation-by-a-private-party-issues-relating-to-legality-and-admissibility/ “Who are you? Why do you hide in the darkness and listen to my private thoughts?” William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet Is Privacy history? The sheer number of court trials where a telephone recording is sought to be used by either party as evidence, suggest that private thoughts […]
First appeared at https://www.mondaq.com/india/court-procedure/680992/the-shifting-judicial-sands-on-accused39s-right-to-rely-on-exculpatory-material-at-the-stage-of-discharge A preliminary hearing in a criminal trial is one of great importance, and the right to seek a discharge (threshold dismissal) is an extremely valuable right that the Criminal Justice System guarantees to the Accused. This gives an opportunity to the Court to sift out meritless cases at the very threshold, […]
This is a guest post by the very talented lawyer Ambanshu Sahni. This is how it goes: The Jasmine Revolution in 2010-2011 in the Middle East showed us the power of social media. Social media appeared as a tool for righting many wrongs. It was this great unifier before which everyone was equal. It provided a voice […]
This is a guest post by the very talented Siddhant Bajaj. First published on Livelaw at : https://www.livelaw.in/news-updates/can-an-arbitral-tribunal-pierce-the-corporate-veil-159015 The concept of legal personality is a classic innovation of the law, it is perhaps the most relevant example of legal fiction. From the mid 19th century, the jurisprudence surrounding companies as legal entities has taken quantum leaps. […]
A financial crisis is often followed by a rise in financial crimes. A crisis, such as the one we now face, not only presents an opportunity (and greater motivation) for all sorts of financial shenanigans but also lays bare – the true financial position of a lot of corporations.
First published on : https://www.nluo.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/ADR-E-Newsletter-Vol.-I.pdf You have been on the different ends of the spectrum, from being an independent practicing lawyer to a judge, and now a partner at L&L Partners, one of the top law firms in India. What is your opinion of Alternative Dispute Resolution methods from all those different perspectives? Is the […]