Principles of Remedies

 Chef got shock from panini machine
Irish Examiner, July 1, 2016 Friday

 Keith Gunning, who sued Home Fare Services, trading as Kylemore Services, told the court that in March 2013, he was working at Jurys Inn Hotel on Custom House Quay when he was asked to make a panini.
 Singer awarded 64k in damages after slipping on floor in Dunnes
Irish Examiner, July 1, 2016 Friday

 Rachel Prior, aged 32, and known by her stage name of Rachy P , sued Dunnes Stores, seeking damages for negligence for injuries she sustained after she slipped and fell to the ground at Dunnes Stores outlet at Henry Street, Limerick on December 6, 2008.
 ASBESTOS UPDATE: Briefing Underway in "Major"
Lloyd's Asbestos Litigation Reporter, June 30, 2016

 Board of Console to apply for injunction to protect charity's assets
BreakingNews.ie, June 30, 2016 Thursday 12:12 PM GMT

 The High Court is due to hear an application for an injunction aimed at protecting the assets of Console. The national suicide prevention and bereavement charity has been embroiled in controversy following an HSE audit into the management of its funds.
 Dasuki's Unlawful Detention - Ecowas Court Adjourns Judgment Indefinitely
Vanguard (Lagos), June 30, 2016

 The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Community Court of Justice has adjourned sine die (indefinitely) judgment in the case of former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd) against the Federal Government in which he challenged his unlawful detention by government since December 2015 in the custody of the Department of the State Security Service (DSS). The court, presided over by Justice Friday Nwoke had on May 16 reserved judgment till today after taking final argument from Dasuki's lawyer Mr. Robert Emukperuo and government lawyer Mr. Tijani Gazali. However, journalists, lawyers and other observers who stormed the regional court in Abuja Wednesday were taken aback when they were told that the much awaited verdict of the court was not ready and that the new date for the judgment would be communicated to lawyers when ready.
 Ecowas Postpones Judgment in Dasuki's Detention Suit Indefinitely
The Guardian, June 30, 2016

 Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Court of Justice has adjourned sine die, judgment in the case of former National Security Adviser (NSA), Colonel Sambo Dasuki against the Federal Government.
 FORM 10-K: (UNLEASHED, INC) FILES Annual Report
Plus Company Updates(PCU), June 30, 2016 Thursday

  Washington: (UNLEASHED, INC), has filed FORM 10-K (Annual Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on (2016-06-29) 10-K 1 f10k2016_unleashedinc.htm ANNUAL REPORT U.S. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION Washington, D. C. 20549 FORM 10-K (Mark One)
 Supreme Court of India State Of Haryana vs Hussain
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 30, 2016 Thursday

  India:IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL NO.2904 OF 2011 Union of India & Anr. ...Appellants Versus Rajbir Singh ...Respondent With CIVIL APPEAL NO.2905 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.3409 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.5144 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.2279 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.1498 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.5090 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.5414 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.5163 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.5840 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.7368 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.7479 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.7629 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.5469 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.10747 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.11398 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO.183 OF 2012 CIVIL APPEAL NO.167 OF 2012 CIVIL APPEAL NO. 10105 OF 2011 CIVIL APPEAL NO. 5819 OF 2012 CIVIL APPEAL NO. 5260 OF 2012 CIVILL APPEAL D.16394 OF 2013 1 CIVIL APPEAL NO.1856 OF 2015 (Arising out of SLP (C) No.15768 of 2011)
 FG VS Anambra Govt N5 Billion Suit - Ozekhome Threatens to File Contempt Charge
Vanguard (Lagos), June 29, 2016

 The N50 billion suit instituted by the Federal Government against Anambra State over alleged revocation of the 148.337 hectares of land acquired for Federal site and services scheme at Amansea in Awka has taken a new dimension with the lead counsel to the Federal Government, Chief Mike Ozekhome (SAN) threatening to file contempt charge against the state Attorney General, AG.
 I-T - Whether even if the return of income has been filed by the payee/deductee and taxes/interest u/s 234A, B and C have been paid by such deductee, it can be said that the Revenue department has been compensated, the assessee is not liable to pay interest u/s 201(1A) - NO: ITAT
Tax India International, June 29, 2016 6:30 AM EST

 2016-TII-154-ITAT-CHD-INTL IN THE INCOME TAX APPELLATE TRIBUNAL BENCH 'SMC' CHANDIGARH  ITA No. 810/Chd/2015 Assessment Year: 2009-10 SHRI TARSEM SINGH SAINI HOUSE NO 1229 SECTOR 18-C CHANDIGARH PAN NO:AYOPS3875M Vs THE DY DIRECTOR OF INCOME TAX
 MASTERCARD INC: Still Defends Interchange Suits in Canada
Class Action Reporter, June 29, 2016

 MasterCard Incorporated said in its Form 10-Q Report filed withthe Securities and Exchange Commission on April 28, 2016, for thequarterly period ended March 31, 2016, that the Company continuesto defend Interchange class action lawsuits in Canada.
 NHAI to pay Rs 92 lakh damages to forest dept; The company had allegedly raised illegal constructions on forest land measuring about 9.26 hectares.
Indian Express, June 29, 2016 Wednesday

 The company had allegedly raised illegal constructions on forest land measuring about 9.26 hectares. Four years after the Chandimandir Toll Plaza was built, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has agreed to pay Rs 92.65 lakh damages to the forest department for encroaching on forest land for the construction.
 SAF 'granted legal immunity, but does not have carte blanche to disregard safety'
TODAY (Singapore), June 29, 2016 Wednesday

 SINGAPORE - The law is clear that soldiers are granted immunity from being sued for any mishaps they cause other soldiers in the course of their duties, but this does not give them carte blanche to act without sufficient regard for safety. A High Court judge made this point yesterday in explaining why he dismissed an attempt by the late Private Dominique Sarron Lee's family to sue on the botched military training exercise that led to his death.
 Superior Court of Justice - Ontario: Benson Kearley & Associates Insurance Brokers Ltd. v. Jeffrey Valerio, 2016 ONSC 4290
Canadian Government News, June 29, 2016 Wednesday

  Toronto: Superior Court of Justice - Ontario has issued the following decision: REASONS FOR DECISION CHARNEY J.: Introduction [1] The plaintiff, Benson, Kearley & Associates Insurance Brokers Ltd. (Benson, Kearley), is an insurance brokerage firm located in Newmarket, Ontario. It brings this motion for an interlocutory injunction to restrain the defendants from soliciting or in any way seeking to obtain business from the plaintiff’s clients or to induce any of the plaintiff’s staff to leave. It also seeks an interlocutory injunction to prevent the defendants from using or disclosing any of the plaintiff’s confidential or proprietary information including client lists and policy renewal dates.
 Superior Court of Justice - Ontario: GROVES v SEHGAL et al, 2016 ONSC 397
Canadian Government News, June 29, 2016 Wednesday

  Toronto: Superior Court of Justice - Ontario has issued the following decision: ENDORSEMENT Background [1] The plaintiff was assaulted by the defendant Sandeep Ramesh Sehgal (“Sehgal”) on January 19, 2010. Mr. Sehgal was working at a Petro-Canada gas station located in Vaughan Ontario (the “gas station”) operated by the defendant Takbro Enterprises Limited (“Takbro”) at the time of the assault. The plaintiff was a patron of the gas station.
 Superior Court of Justice - Ontario: Plese v Herjavec, 2016 ONSC 4138
Canadian Government News, June 29, 2016 Wednesday

  Toronto: Superior Court of Justice - Ontario has issued the following decision: ENDORSEMENT [1] The Applicant has brought this motion seeking an order in the following terms: Pending further order of this court or the Applicant’s consent, the Respondent, or any person acting or purporting to act on his behalf or authority, legally or otherwise, is restrained from directly or indirectly, through a corporation or trust or any other entity or by any means, disposing of, depleting or removing, transferring, alienating, assigning, mortgaging, encumbering, or otherwise dealing with, any assets, bank accounts, and any property in any jurisdiction in which the Respondent may have an interest, directly or indirectly, legally or beneficially, and the Respondent’s interest in any corporations, bank accounts, trusts, and all other property, and the Respondent shall preserve all of his assets, including but not limited to, The Herjavec Group Inc., 7949766 Canada Ltd., and Andiamo Inc. (collectively the “companies”), including but not limited to, the business and financial operations of the companies.
 CAN 11029 of 2015
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

  Calcutta: Calcutta High Court has issued the following order: IN THE HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION APPELLAE SIDE Present: The Hon’ble Justice Jyotirmay Bhattacharya AND The Hon’ble Justice Shib Sadhan Sadhu F.A. 80 of 2014 With CAN 11029 of 2015 And CAN 1141 of 20126 Sri Palay Dutta & Ors. Versus Md. Ali Afsar & Ors.
 Civil and Administrative Tribunal New South Wales: Macquarie Grove Homes Pty Ltd v Tony Aylott & Glen Aylott t/as T&G Bricklaying; Tony Aylott & Glen Aylott t/as T&G Bricklaying v Macquarie Grove Homes Pty Ltd [2016] NSWCATAP 142
Financial Law Reporter, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

  Sydney: Civil and Administrative Tribunal New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: Macquarie Grove Homes Pty Ltd v Tony Aylott & Glen Aylott t/as T&G Bricklaying; Tony Aylott & Glen Aylott t/as T&G Bricklaying v Macquarie Grove Homes Pty Ltd [2016] NSWCATAP 142 Hearing dates:
 Court Fixes Date to Hear NDICs Suit Against Firm
The Guardian, June 28, 2016

 A Federal High Court, Lagos has fixed October 10 for the hearing of the case brought against Suffolk Petroleum Services Limited and the defunct Fortune Bank by the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC).
 Court of Queen's Bench - Alberta: Turton v Hanson, 2016 ABQB 343
Canadian Government News, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

  Edmonton: Court of Queen's Bench - Alberta has issued the following decision: Docket: 1101 06825 Registry: Calgary Between: Stanley Guy Turton Plaintiff - and - Rick Hanson, Mark McCullough and Tim Shust Defendants _______________________________________________________ Reasons for Judgment of the Honourable Mr. Justice M. David Gates _______________________________________________________ Introduction [1] The Plaintiff, Stanley Guy Turton (“Turton”), seeks damages from the Defendants for assault, battery, false arrest, false imprisonment, breach of his section 9 Charter right, and malicious prosecution, in relation to an incident at the Cash Casino in Calgary, during the early morning hours of May 1, 2010. In particular, he alleges that the defendants Mark McCullough and Tim Shust, both members of the Calgary Police Service (CPS), were not authorized to detain him, or to use any physical force against him, when they responded to a complaint that three drunk men were refusing to leave the Casino. In addition to his claim for general damages, he seeks to be reimbursed for legal fees in the amount of $3,150 he incurred in defending himself against criminal charges arising from this incident, but ultimately withdrawn by the Crown.
 F.A. 80 of 2014
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

  Calcutta: Calcutta High Court has issued the following order: IN THE HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION APPELLAE SIDE Present: The Hon’ble Justice Jyotirmay Bhattacharya AND The Hon’ble Justice Shib Sadhan Sadhu F.A. 80 of 2014 With CAN 11029 of 2015 And CAN 1141 of 20126 Sri Palay Dutta & Ors. Versus Md. Ali Afsar & Ors.
 Homeowner sues town, officials over flooding
West Virginia Record, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

 Nutrimost franchisees accuse parent company of RICO violations
Legal News Line, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

 Parents sue contractors over asbestos claim
West Virginia Record, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

 PROVIDENCE SERVICE: Amended Complaint Filed in Haverhill Suit
Class Action Reporter, June 28, 2016

 The Providence Service Corporation said in its Form 10-K Reportfiled with the Securities and Exchange Commission on March 11,2016, for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2015, that a verifiedamended class action and derivative complaint has been filed inthe case, Haverhill Retirement System v. Kerley.
 Register of Commission documents: European Parliament resolution of 8 June 2016 on the draft Council decision on the ratification and accession by Member States, in the interest of the European Union, to the Protocol of 2010 to the International Convention on Liability and Compensation for Damage in Connection with the Carriage of Hazardous and Noxious Substances by Sea, with regard to the aspects related Document date: 2016-06-08 P8_TA-PROV(2016)0260 Texts adopted (provisional editio
European Union News, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

  Brussels: Public Register European Parliament has issued the following document: European Parliament 2014-2019 TEXTS ADOPTED Provisional edition P8_TA-PROV(2016)0260 Ratification and accession to the 2010 Protocol to the Hazardous and Noxious Substances Convention with regard to aspects related to judicial cooperation in civil matters European Parliament resolution of 8 June 2016 on the draft Council decision on the ratification and accession by Member States, in the interest of the European Union, to the Protocol of 2010 to the International Convention on Liability and Compensation for Damage in Connection with the Carriage of Hazardous and Noxious Substances by Sea, with regard to the aspects related to judicial cooperation in civil matters (14112/2015 – C8-0409/2015 – 2015/0136(NLE))
 Register of Commission documents: NOTICE TO MEMBERS Petition 0169/2007 by Marc de Schower (Belgian) and eight other signatories against overflight of a residential area (with 40 000 inhabitants) north of the Madrid-Barajas Airport Document date: 2016-06-01 PETI_CM(2014)396630 Notices to members
European Union News, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

  Brussels: Public Register European Parliament has issued the following document: CM\1096587EN.doc PE396.630v06-00 EN United in diversity EN European Parliament 2014 - 2019 Committee on Petitions 30.5.2016 NOTICE TO MEMBERS Subject: Petition 0169/2007 by Marc de Schower (Belgian) and eight other signatories against overflight of a residential area (with 40 000 inhabitants) north of the Madrid-Barajas Airport 1. Summary of petition The petitioner complains that the noise pollution and dangerous situation created by the rerouting of flight paths over a residential area north of the Barajas Airport in Madrid which is home to some 40 000 people. The resulting degradation of the local environment is, he claims, the result of a decision taken unilaterally by the national air traffic control authority without consulting local authorities in advance. Moreover, the environmental damage allegedly extends to certain protected areas, sites of Community interest and wild bird breeding areas, and there have been a series of collisions with birds in flight. He calls, therefore, for the Union to intervene on the basis of Directives 2001/42/EEC and 79/409 on the protection of the environment and birds.
 Register of Commission documents: TEXTS ADOPTED at the sitting of Tuesday 7 June 2016 Document date: 2016-06-07 P8_TA-PROV(2016)06-07 Texts adopted (provisional edition
European Union News, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

  Brussels: Public Register European Parliament has issued the following document: European Parliament 2014-2019 TEXTS ADOPTED at the sitting of Wednesday 8 June 2016 P8_TA-PROV(2016)06-08 PROVISIONAL EDITION PE 579.973 <br clear="all" /> CONTENTS TEXTS ADOPTED P8_TA-PROV(2016)0253 Setting up of a Committee of Inquiry to investigate alleged contraventions and maladministration in the application of Union law in relation to money laundering, tax avoidance and tax evasion, its powers, numerical strength and term of office (B8-0745/2016)
 SEREMBAN ENGINEERING BERHAD General Announcement
Malaysian Government News, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

  Kualalumpur: SEREMBAN ENGINEERING BERHAD has released following corporate information with Kualalumpur Stock Exchange:<h3> OTHERS SEREMBAN ENGINEERING BERHAD ("SEB" OR "THE COMPANY") ANNOUNCEMENT ON NOTICE PURSUANT TO SECTION 218(1)(E) OF THE COMPANIES ACT,1965</h3> SEREMBAN ENGINEERING BERHAD Type Announcement Subject OTHERS Description SEREMBAN ENGINEERING BERHAD ("SEB" OR "THE COMPANY")
 Seremban Engineering: Announcement
News Bites - Asia: Malaysia, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

 MALAYSIAN DAILY STOCK REPORT Corporate Wire Date: 28 June 2016 02:15 MYT ORIGINAL ANNOUNCEMENT [Text] SEREMBAN ENGINEERING BERHAD ("SEB" OR "THE COMPANY") ANNOUNCEMENT ON NOTICE PURSUANT TO click http://www.bursamalaysia.com/market/listed-companies/company-announcements/5133373TION 218(1)(E) OF THE COMPANIES ACT,1965 We refer to our announcements dated 02 September 2015 and onwards in relation to the filing of an action on 28 August 2015 by the Company in the Kuala Lumpur High Court ("KLHC") vide an Originating Summons No.: 24NCC-320-08/2015 seeking, inter alia, injunctive relief to restrain the presentation of a winding up petition by Nandakumar a/l Perumal (trading under the name and style of NexTrax Resources (Business Registration No.: SA0047742-A) ("NexTrax") in respect of an alleged claim of RM645,191.80 ("Action").
 Supreme Court of Nova Scotia: MacRury v. Keybase Financial Group Inc., 2016 NSSC 159
Canadian Government News, June 28, 2016 Tuesday

  Halifax: Supreme Court of Nova Scotia has issued the following decision: Docket: Hfx No. 343692 Registry: Halifax Between: Kenneth MacRury and Sheila Knowlton-MacRury Plaintiffs v. Keybase Financial Group Inc., Global Maxfin Investments Inc., and Joseph Daniel Laurie Defendants DECISION Judge: The Honourable Justice Denise M. Boudreau Heard:
 Australia: Claim dismissed: Queensland Court of Appeal upholds 50% contributory negligence finding
Mondaq Business Briefing, June 27, 2016 Monday

 On 30 November 2015, HopgoodGanim Lawyers Insurance and Risk team posted an alert discussing the outcome of the decision of Kennedy v Queensland Alumina Limited [2015] QSE 317. In that decision, the Supreme Court of Queensland reduced the award of damages made to an injured worker by 50% on account of contributory negligence. The plaintiff, Paul Kennedy appealed that decision to the Queensland Court of Appeal on the basis that the finding of 50% contributory negligence was too high and the quantum assessed by the Trial Judge was too low. The appeal was dismissed.
 C.S.No.236 of 2011
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 27, 2016 Monday

  Chennai: Madras High Court has issued the following order: 1 Application No.6930 of 2015 in C.S.No.236 of 2011 K.K.SASIDHARAN,J. This is an application to condone the delay of 646 days in filing the application to set aside the ex parte judgment and decree dated 04.10.2013 in C.S.No.236 of 2011. 2. The first respondent filed a suit against the applicant and others praying for a judgment and decree directing the defendants 1 to 3 therein jointly and severally to pay a sum of Rs.64,64,787/- together with interest at the rate of 18% per annum. The first respondent also prayed for a permanent injunction restraining the fourth respondent herein from making payment to the applicant. 3. Since the applicant failed to file written statement, he was set ex parte by order dated 22.07.2012. Thereafter, evidence of the first respondent was recorded and an ex parte decree was passed on 04.10.2013. 4. The applicant thereafter filed an application to set aside the ex parte decree.
 C.S.No.926 of 2015
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 27, 2016 Monday

  Chennai: Madras High Court has issued the following order: 1 Original Application Nos.1246 and 1247 of 2015 in C.S.No.926 of 2015 K.K.SASIDHARAN,J. The applicant seeks an order of interim injunction restraining the respondents from releasing the film 'Eadum Porul Yeaval' or in any other name comprising of the same artists and under the same banner pending disposal of the civil suit. 2. The applicant had entered into a Distribution Agreement with the first respondent on 11.10.2014 for distribution of the film 'Eadum Porul Yeaval' featuring Vijay Sethupathi, Vishnu, Nandita, Aishwarya and others.
 Chinese bank claims fugitive bought luxury B.C. real estate
CBC News, June 27, 2016 Monday 7:24 PM GMT

 A major Chinese bank has obtained a court order in B.C. freezing the assets of a businessman accused of fleeing China and buying "luxury" Lower Mainland homes after defaulting on a $10 million loan. In an application brought before a B.C. Supreme Court judge last week, lawyers for China CITIC Bank claim Shibiao Yan and his wife bought more than $8 million worth of properties in Surrey and Vancouver over a three-month period beginning in June 2014. 'Global significance for China'
 Man claims Lenscrafters would not provide eyewear information
Legal News Line, June 27, 2016 Monday

 NGK Spark Plugs accused of improper termination
West Virginia Record, June 27, 2016 Monday

 Register of Commission documents: Commission Implementing Decision pursuant to Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and the Council on the adequacy of prottection provided by the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Document date: 2016-05-30 COM-AC_DR(2016)D045249-04 Comitology - Right of scrutiny
European Union News, June 27, 2016 Monday

  Brussels: Public Register European Parliament has issued the following document: EN 1 EN COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION of XXX pursuant to Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the adequacy of the protection provided by the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield (Text with EEA relevance)
 Register of Commission documents: NOTICE TO MEMBERS Petition No 0513/2015 by Pietro Previdi and Roberta Rocca (Italian), on behalf of the Committee &#226;&#128;�No al Bitume si al Parco&#226;&#128;&#153; (No to Asphalt, Yes to the Park), co-signed by some 729 other people, on the construction of a bitumen plant in the Val Trebbia nature area in the province of Piacenza (Italy) Document date: 2016-06-09 PETI_CM(2016)584039 Notices to members
European Union News, June 27, 2016 Monday

  Brussels: Public Register European Parliament has issued the following document: CM\1096624EN.doc PE584.039v01-00 EN United in diversity EN European Parliament 2014-2019 Committee on Petitions 30.5.2016 NOTICE TO MEMBERS Subject: Petition No 0513/2015 by Pietro Previdi and Roberta Rocca (Italian), on behalf of the Committee ‘No al Bitume si al Parco’ (No to Asphalt, Yes to the Park), co-signed by some 729 other people, on the construction of a bitumen plant in the Val Trebbia nature area in the province of Piacenza (Italy)
 Regulatory update: United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued Order regarding (ML16161A375 Prairie Island Units 1 & 2, Revisions to Technical Specifications Bases.)
US Official News, June 27, 2016 Monday

  Washington: United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued the following document: PRAIRIE ISLAND NUCLEAR GENERATING PLANT RECORD OF REVISIONS BASES CHANGES AND LICENSE AMENDMENTS B RoR-1 10/12/02 NSP Revision NRC T.S. Date of License Amendment No. (REV) No. Change No. Issue DPR-42 DPR-60 Remarks ORIGINAL - 8/9/73 - - Issued Appendix A & B Tech Specs for DPR-42 - NOTE 1 12/14/73 1 - 90% power authorized for Unit 1 1 1 11/29/73 NOTE 2 - Ventilation systems performance 2 2 4/2/74 NOTE 2 - Appendix B revision - 3 4/5/74 2 - 100% power authorized for Unit 1 - NOTE 1 7/18/74 3 - Authorized Cf-252 source 3 4 9/16/74 4 - Ventilation performance 4 5 10/15/74 5 - Inservice inspection of SG tubes 5 6 10/25/74 6 - Clarify Intent - - 10/29/74 - - Issued Appendix A & B Tech Specs for DPR-60 - - 5/29/75 - 1 Authorized Na-24 source 6 8 6/11/75 8 3 Accumulator requirements 7 7 7/18/75 7 2 Inservice inspection of SG
 Suit claims Pampers wipes are not natural as advertised
Legal News Line, June 27, 2016 Monday

 Superior Court of Justice - Ontario: Claim Analytics v Polon et al, 2016 ONSC 3800
Canadian Government News, June 27, 2016 Monday

  Toronto: Superior Court of Justice - Ontario has issued the following decision: costs ENDORSEMENT [1] The parties dispute entitlement as to costs of the motion for an interlocutory injunction. The plaintiff asserts that, as it was substantially successful on the motion, it should be awarded its partial indemnity costs in the amount of $26,737 all inclusive, as set out in its costs outline. The defendants, on the other hand, submit that the plaintiff achieved only limited success on the motion which if not for the overreaching manner of the plaintiff’s notice of motion, the defendants would have consented to at an early stage thus avoiding the necessity of the hearing of the motion altogether with its attendant expense. The defendants seek their costs on a partial indemnity basis in the amount of $34,934.55, all inclusive, as set out in their costs outline; alternatively, the defendants submit that the costs of the motion be in the cause, thus awaiting the outcome of the action on its merits.
 Supreme Court of British Columbia: D.E.G. v. C.J.M., 2016 BCSC 1139
Canadian Government News, June 27, 2016 Monday

  Victoria: Supreme Court of British Columbia has issued the following decision: Docket: E30062 Registry: New Westminster Between: D.E.G. Plaintiff And C.J.M., R.L.M., S.E.M., Sandhill Cranberry Farm Ltd., and M. Trucking Limited Defendants Before: The Honourable Mr. Justice Ball Reasons for Judgment Counsel for D.E.G.:
 Supreme Court of British Columbia: Hans v. Volvo Trucks North America Inc., 2016 BCSC 1155
Canadian Government News, June 27, 2016 Monday

  Victoria: Supreme Court of British Columbia has issued the following decision: Docket: S099074 Registry: Vancouver Between: Amandeep Hans and Pavandeep Hans Plaintiffs And Volvo Trucks North America Inc., National Truck Centre Inc. dba Pacific Coast Heavy Truck Group, VFS Canada Inc. dba Volvo Financial Services and N. Yanke Transfer Ltd.
 Supreme Court of British Columbia: Mocharski v. Ngo, 2016 BCSC 1165
Canadian Government News, June 27, 2016 Monday

  Victoria: Supreme Court of British Columbia has issued the following decision: Docket: M120569 Registry: Vancouver Between: Louie Mocharski Plaintiff And Thi M. Ngo and Quang M. Ly Defendants Before: The Honourable Mr. Justice Abrioux Reasons for Judgment Counsel for Plaintiff: R. McNeney Counsel for Defendants:
 Supreme Court of British Columbia: Ross v. Dhillon, 2016 BCSC 945
Canadian Government News, June 27, 2016 Monday

  Victoria: Supreme Court of British Columbia has issued the following decision: Docket: S159933 Registry: New Westminster Between: Derrick Ross Plaintiff And Gurdeep Singh Dhillon Defendant Before: The Honourable Mr. Justice Smith Reasons for Judgment Counsel for Plaintiff: S. Cope Counsel for Defendant:
 Temp worker's racial discrimination claims settled against staffing agency; remain against steel company
Madison County Record, June 27, 2016 Monday

 U.S. Storage Group LLC alleged to have not paid invoice
Madison County Record, June 27, 2016 Monday

 Woman accuses parole officer of sexual harassment, abuse
West Virginia Record, June 27, 2016 Monday

 Civil and Administrative Tribunal New South Wales: Council of the New South Wales Bar Association v Berwick [2016] NSWCATOD 81
Financial Law Reporter, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Sydney: Civil and Administrative Tribunal New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: Council of the New South Wales Bar Association v Berwick [2016] NSWCATOD 81 Hearing dates: 23 May 2016 Date of orders: 23 June 2016 Decision date: 23 June 2016 Jurisdiction:
 Court of Appeal Supreme Court New South Wales: Hutchison Construction Services Pty Ltd v Fogg; Fogg v Les Quatre Musketeers Pty Ltd (t/as Plastamasta South Coast) [2016] NSWCA 135
Financial Law Reporter, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Sydney: Court of Appeal Supreme Court New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: Hutchison Construction Services Pty Ltd v Fogg; Fogg v Les Quatre Musketeers Pty Ltd (t/as Plastamasta South Coast) [2016] NSWCA 135 Hearing dates: 30, 31 May 2016 Decision date:
 FORM 8-K: REPUBLIC SERVICES, INC FILES Current report
US Official News, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Washington: REPUBLIC SERVICES, INC, has filed FORM 8-K (Current Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on June 24, 2016 Item 5.02 Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers On June 23, 2016, Republic Services, Inc. (the “Company”) and Robert A. Maruster, the Company’s former Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, entered into an agreement memorializing his separation from the Company as a termination without cause under the Company’s Executive Separation Policy (the “Separation Policy”) and under applicable benefits plans and award agreements, with the termination effective as of June 10, 2016. In addition to payments provided for under the Separation Policy, the Company will pay Mr. Maruster $250,000 within 60 days after June 10, 2016. In exchange for such separation payments, Mr. Maruster has released the Company from any and all claims and has agreed to certain confidentiality, non-competition, non-solicitation, non-disparagement, cooperation and assistance, and liquidated damages provisions.
 Land and Environment Court New South Wales: Environment Protection Authority v Hunter Water Corporation [2016] NSWLEC 76
Financial Law Reporter, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Sydney: Land and Environment Court New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: Environment Protection Authority v Hunter Water Corporation [2016] NSWLEC 76 Hearing dates: 2 May 2016 Date of orders: 17 June 2016 Decision date: 17 June 2016 Jurisdiction:
 Register of Commission documents: DRAFT REPORT on liability, compensation and financial security for offshore oil and gas operations Document date: 2016-05-26 JURI_PR(2016)582416 Draft reports
European Union News, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Brussels: Public Register European Parliament has issued the following document: PR\1095170EN.doc PE582.416v01-00 EN United in diversity EN European Parliament 2014-2019 Committee on Legal Affairs 2015/2352(INI) 26.5.2016 DRAFT REPORT on liability, compensation and financial security for offshore oil and gas operations (2015/2352(INI))
 Register of Commission documents: EU Strategic Communications with a View to Counteracting Propaganda Document date: 2016-05-26 EXPO_IDA(2016)578008 In-Depth Analysis
European Union News, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Brussels: Public Register European Parliament has issued the following document: DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR EXTERNAL POLICIES POLICY DEPARTMENT EP/EXPO/B/INTA/FWC/2013-08/Lot7/18 EN June 2016 - PE535.013 &copy; European Union, 2016 STUDY Analysis of the prospects for updating the trade pillar of the European Union-Chile Association Agreement1 ABSTRACT The perception of the present state of trade relations with Chile is obscured by a lack of adequate understanding of its legal framework as well as of the policy behind it. This study attempts to clarify the present state of and future prospects for trade between the EU and Chile through an examination of previous agreements and the EU’s new approach to trade liberalisation. The authors agree with the large consensus existing on both the EU and Chilean sides regarding the efficacy of the Association Agreement, but note that any extension of an agreement with Chile should capture the spirit of older EU agreements rather than simply following the ‘NAFTA route’. The study also includes a comparative analysis between the EU-Chile agreement and current trade agreements being negotiated by the EU and Chile with third countries.
 Register of Commission documents:INTERIM REPORT on the draft Council decision on the ratification and accession by Member States, in the interest of the European Union, to the Protocol of 2010 to the International Convention on LiabilitDocument date: 2016-05-30 P8_A(2016)0190 Reports
European Union News, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Brussels: Public Register European Parliament has issued the following document: RR\1096354EN.doc PE580.548v02-00 EN United in diversity EN European Parliament 2014-2019 Plenary sitting A8-0190/2016 30.5.2016 INTERIM REPORT on the draft Council decision on the ratification and accession by Member States, in the interest of the European Union, to the Protocol of 2010 to the International Convention on Liability and Compensation for Damage in Connection with the Carriage of Hazardous and Noxious Substances by Sea, with regard to the aspects related to judicial cooperation in civil matters (14112/2015 &ndash; C8-0409/2015 &ndash; 2015/0136(NLE))
 Supreme Court New South Wales: AA & Ors v Department of Family and Community Services [2016] NSWSC 842
Financial Law Reporter, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Sydney: Supreme Court New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: AA & Ors v Department of Family and Community Services [2016] NSWSC 842 Hearing dates: 16, 17 & 18 December 2015, 27 May 2016 and 1 June 2016 Date of orders:
 Supreme Court New South Wales: Clark v State of New South Wales [2016] NSWSC 808
Financial Law Reporter, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Sydney: Supreme Court New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: Clark v State of New South Wales [2016] NSWSC 808 Hearing dates: 2 December 2015, 5 February 2016, 19 February 2016, 3 March 2016, 27 April 2016 and 10 June 2016 Date of orders:
 Supreme Court New South Wales: Coles Group Property Developments Limited v Milovan (aka Michael) Stankovic [2016] NSWSC 852
Financial Law Reporter, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Sydney: Supreme Court New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: Coles Group Property Developments Limited v Milovan (aka Michael) Stankovic [2016] NSWSC 852 Hearing dates: 14 and 15 June 2016 Decision date: 23 June 2016 Jurisdiction: Common Law Before:
 Supreme Court New South Wales: Horsnell by his tutor Horsnell v Allworth Constructions Pty Ltd [2016] NSWSC 844
Financial Law Reporter, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Sydney: Supreme Court New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: Horsnell by his tutor Horsnell v Allworth Constructions Pty Ltd [2016] NSWSC 844 Hearing dates: 20 May 2016 Decision date: 22 June 2016 Jurisdiction: Common Law Before: Button J Decision:
 Supreme Court New South Wales: In the matter of Treadtel International Pty Ltd (No 2) [2016] NSWSC 791
Financial Law Reporter, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Sydney: Supreme Court New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: In the matter of Treadtel International Pty Ltd (No 2) [2016] NSWSC 791 Hearing dates: 4 December 2015 and 4 March 2016 Decision date: 20 June 2016 Jurisdiction:
 Supreme Court New South Wales: Marsden v DCL Developments Pty Ltd (Receivers and Managers appointed) [2016] NSWSC 823
Financial Law Reporter, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Sydney: Supreme Court New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: Marsden v DCL Developments Pty Ltd (Receivers and Managers appointed) [2016] NSWSC 823 Hearing dates: 14, 15, 16, 20 June 2016 Date of orders: 20 June 2016 Decision date:
 Supreme Court New South Wales: Stefanyszyn v Brown; Brown v Newcastle Private Hospital Pty Limited t/as Newcastle Private Hospital [2016] NSWSC 826
Financial Law Reporter, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Sydney: Supreme Court New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: Stefanyszyn v Brown; Brown v Newcastle Private Hospital Pty Limited t/as Newcastle Private Hospital [2016] NSWSC 826 Hearing dates: 2 May 2016, 5 May 2016, 6 May 2016 and 9 May 2016 Date of orders:
 Supreme Court New South Wales: Young v Hones (No.5) [2016] NSWSC 822
Financial Law Reporter, June 25, 2016 Saturday

  Sydney: Supreme Court New South Wales has issued the following decision: Medium Neutral Citation: Young v Hones (No.5) [2016] NSWSC 822 Hearing dates: 9 June 2016 Date of orders: 09 June 2016 Decision date: 21 June 2016 Before: Garling J Decision:
 Woman who fell leaving taxi awarded 9k
Irish Examiner, June 25, 2016 Saturday

 Janice O Leary stood up once the Toyota Hiace taxi stopped outside her home at East Avenue, Laurel Brook, Lehnaghmore, Togher, Cork, and she testified yesterday that it moved again as she was leaving causing her to fall.
 Canada: The Worth Of Diminished Value Claims In Ontario
Mondaq Business Briefing, June 24, 2016 Friday

 Introduction The claim goes by many names: "diminished value", "diminution in value" and "accelerated depreciation". The terms are interchangeably used to describe the economic loss of a property's value as a result of the property having been damaged.1 The concept of diminished value as it relates to vehicles is associated with the perceived loss of value in a vehicle following an accident-related repair. The "loss" is premised on the likelihood that an informed buyer will pay less to buy a vehicle that was in an accident compared with the amount the same buyer will pay for the same vehicle had it not been in an accident. Common Law versus the Legislative Scheme The common law has recognized and permitted diminished value claims since the early 20th century. In Payton v. Brooks2 the U.K. Court of Appeal determined that damages for diminished value could be claimed. Lord Roskill set out the following principle:
 Couple accuse insurer of misrepresentation
West Virginia Record, June 24, 2016 Friday

 DOLLAR TREE: Suit Over Discriminatory Pay Still Ongoing
Class Action Reporter, June 24, 2016

 Dollar Tree, Inc. said in its Form 10-K Report filed with theSecurities and Exchange Commission on March 28, 2016, for thefiscal year ended January 30, 2016, that Family Dollar remains adefendant in an employee suit over discriminatory pay.
 FORM 8-K: Demand Pooling, Inc FILES Current report
US Official News, June 24, 2016 Friday

  Washington: Demand Pooling, Inc, has filed FORM 8-K (Current Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on June 23, 2016 Section 1 &ndash; Registrant’s Business and Operations Item 1.01. Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement. The information contained in Item 3.02 below relating to the various agreements described therein is incorporated by reference herein.
 Gujarat High Court 4 Whether This Case Involves A ... vs District Priamry Education
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 24, 2016 Friday

  Gujarat:IN THE HIGH COURT OF GUJARAT AT AHMEDABAD SPECIAL CIVIL APPLICATION NO. 2500 of 2004 FOR APPROVAL AND SIGNATURE: HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE J.B.PARDIWALA ========================================================== 1 Whether Reporters of Local Papers may be allowed to see the judgment ? NO 2 To be referred to the Reporter or not ?
 UK: Resolving UK Construction Disputes - Our Round-Up Of Practice And Procedure For In-House Lawyers
Mondaq Business Briefing, June 24, 2016 Friday

 Our Resolving Construction Disputes Briefing highlights litigation, international dispute resolution and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) developments and is aimed at in-house lawyers in the construction industry.  Litigation procedure update (construction focus) Changes to the CPR  The 83rd update of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) came into force on 6 April 2016 and includes revisions to the costs management rules (CPR 3, section II). Only the first page of Precedent H will now need to be exchanged and filed for claims valued under £50,000 (or where the costs are under £25,000). In addition, parties must now serve the costs budget 21 days before the case management conference (CMC) (except for lower value claims, where the budget must now be filed with the Directions Questionnaire); and agreed "budget discussion reports" (a new "Precedent R") must be served seven days before the CMC.
 Woman blames companies for husband's electrocution
West Virginia Record, June 24, 2016 Friday

 Consumer says sauce manufacturer's 'natural' claim is false
Madison County Record, June 23, 2016 Thursday

 Delhi District Court Kanwar Singh vs Sh. Jay Veer Singh
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 23, 2016 Thursday

  Delhi: IN THE COURT OF SHRI RAJ PAUL SINGH TEJI PRESIDING OFFICER:MOTOR ACCIDENT CLAIMS TRIBUNAL (WEST -01) DELHICase NO.: 152/20141. Kanwar Singh s/o Late Sh. Banwari Lal2. Mandeep Kumar s/o Sh. Kanwar Singh3. Sh. Anjali D/o Sh. Kanwar Singh R/o WZ-I-15, I-Block, Arya Samaj Road, Uttam Nagar, new Delhi -110059 (Petitioner No. 3 being minor is represented through her father Kanwar Singh / Natural Guardian/ Petitioner No. 1)
 Delhi District Court Mr. Arun Kumar Aggarwal vs Mr. Vijay Kumar Aggarwal
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 23, 2016 Thursday

  Delhi:IN THE COURT OF Ms. TANVI KHURANA, CIVIL JUDGE­01 (South) SAKET COURTS NEW DELHIIn the Matter of:Civil Suit No.86/16Mr. Arun Kumar AggarwalS/o Sh. R. D. Aggarwal,C­212m Sarvodaya Enclave,New Delhi­110017 ........Plaintiff.
 Delhi District Court Sh. Jamil Khan vs Sub­ Divisional Magistrate
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 23, 2016 Thursday

  Delhi: IN THE COURT OF Ms TANVI KHURANA, CIVIL JUDGE­01 (South) SAKET COURTS NEW DELHIIN THE MATTER OF:Suit no. 17/16Sh. Jamil KhanS/o Sh. Hasmal @ GulbaR/o Village Chandan Hulla, New Delhi. ............Plaintiff Versus1. Sub ­ Divisional Magistrate (Saket).
 Delhi District Court Sh. Lalit Goel vs Sh. Ashok Kumar
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 23, 2016 Thursday

  Delhi:IN THE COURT OF DR. ARCHANA SINHA ADDL. DISTRICT & SESSIONS JUDGE (CENTRAL) 03, TIS HAZARI COURTS, DELHI Date of institution : 27.08.2012 Judgment reserved on : 04.06.2016 Judgment delivered on : 08.06.2016Suit No.253/2015 Unique Case ID No.02401C0396262012Sh. Lalit Goel S/o Late Sri Niwas Goel, R/o 14 Naya Ganj, Ghaziabad, U.P. .....Plaintiff VersusSh. Ashok Kumar S/o Sh. Kanhaiya Lal R/o 3772, Third Floor, Near Kanhaiya NagarMetro Station, Delhi­110035 .....DefendantJ U D G M E N T 1. This is a suit for recovery of Rs. 13,96,061.60P/­( Thirteen Lacs Ninety Six Thousand Sixty One and Sixty Paise) filed by Sh. Lalit Goel, the plaintiff against Sh. Ashok Kumar, the defendant.
 Delhi District Court Shri Mustaq Ali vs Mangal Singh
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 23, 2016 Thursday

  Delhi: IN THE COURT OF ANOOP KUMAR MENDIRATTA, JUDGE, MACT-1 (CENTRAL), DELHI. Suit No.378/13Unique Case ID No.02401C-05475520131. Shri Mustaq Ali S/o Sarfraj Ali (Father)2. Smt. Nazma Begum W/o Shri Mustaq Ali (Mother)
 Delhi District Court Smt. Maya Devi vs Sh. Nitin Shokeen
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 23, 2016 Thursday

  Delhi:IN THE COURT OF Ms. TANVI KHURANA, CIVIL JUDGE­01 (South) SAKET COURTS NEW DELHIIn the Matter of:Civil Suit No. 153/151. Smt. Maya DeviW/o Sh. Shiv PalR/o B­244, Chhattarpur EnclaveNew Delhi­1100742. Sh. Attar SinghS/o Late Sh. Sish RamVillage Chandan Hula,New Delhi.
 Delhi District Court Suit No.652/ vs Raju Prajapati
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 23, 2016 Thursday

  Delhi: IN THE COURT OF ANOOP KUMAR MENDIRATTA, JUDGE, MACT-1, (CENTRAL), DELHI.SUIT NO.652/11Unique Case ID No.02401C-0527772011 Tasirul Islam @ Mohd. Tasirul S/o Shri Jamirul Islam, R/o 4203, Gali Shahtara, Ajmeri Gate, Delhi-110 006 .........PETITIONER Versus1. Raju Prajapati S/o Shri Ramayan Prajapati, R/o Mohalla Madaipura, Subhash Nagar, PS Hazira, District Gwalior, M.P.
 GOLD FIELDS: Judgment on Class Certification Bid Reserved
Class Action Reporter, June 23, 2016

 Gold Fields Limited said in its Form 20-F Report filed with theSecurities and Exchange Commission on April 12, 2016, for thefiscal year ended December 31, 2015, that a court in South Africahas reserved judgment on a request for class certification.
 Insurance - No UIM coverage for insured who tripped on tire rut in lawn
Michigan Lawyers Weekly, June 23, 2016 Thursday

 A plaintiff who tripped and fell on ruts made in his front lawn by an uninsured driver has no claim for uninsured motorist benefits because his injuries did not arise from the use of an automobile as an automobile, as his insurance policy requires.  
 Property owner accuses Marshall County residents of negligence
West Virginia Record, June 23, 2016 Thursday

 Superior Court of Justice - Ontario: FLS Transportation Services Inc. v Charger Logistics Inc., 2016 ONSC 3652
Canadian Government News, June 23, 2016 Thursday

  Toronto: Superior Court of Justice - Ontario has issued the following decision: ONTARIO SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE BETWEEN: ) ) FLS TRANSPORTATION SERVICES INC. Plaintiff &ndash; and &ndash; CHARGER LOGISTICS INC., JEFF SPALDING, DAVID BRUCHATZKI, COIRE RUSSELL, HARBI NATT, BRITTANY MIEHM, RICHARD MCINTYRE and LUISA COSTA Defendants )
 Superior Court of Justice - Ontario: Jordan v Attorney General of Canada, 2016 ONSC 3831
Canadian Government News, June 23, 2016 Thursday

  Toronto: Superior Court of Justice - Ontario has issued the following decision: ENDORSEMENT MINNEMA, J. Nature of the Hearing/Issues [1] This was a motion by the defendant the Attorney General of Canada (“AG”) to strike out portions of the plaintiff Ryan Jordan’s pleading that contain legal argument, opinion, evidence, and irrelevant information, and to strike out the following claims without leave to amend:
 Tribunal awards 20-year-old youth Rs50L compensation for road mishap
Times of India (Electronic Edition), June 23, 2016 Thursday

 A 20-year-old Kalyan resident won a seven-yearlong legal battle against a public sector insurance firm, seeking compensation for a road accident which caused him permanent disability. The Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) awarded him a total compensation of Rs 50 lakh for the 2009 incident.
 Yesterday in Brief for June 23, 2016
Russia & CIS General Newswire, June 23, 2016 Thursday 11:32 AM MSK

 Digest of headline news from June 22 to 11:30 a.m. Moscow time on June 23: BUSINESS & FINANCE *** DOLLAR, EURO DOWN AGAINST RUBLE AT START OF TRADING ON THURSDAY  The ruble rose slightly against the dollar and the euro on the Moscow Exchange at the start of trading on Thursday amid a slight rise in global oil prices.  The dollar was 64.5 rubles/$1 after the first minute or so, which is 39 kopecks below the previous closing and about 78 kopecks higher than the official rate.  The euro began the day at 73.06 rubles/EUR1, down 32 kopecks from the previous closing and about 1.2 rubles higher than the official rate.
 Court freezes Domodedovo owner Kamenshchik's assets worth 1 bln rubles - lawyer (Part 2)
Russia & CIS General Newswire, June 22, 2016 Wednesday 5:46 PM MSK

Court freezes Domodedovo owner Kamenshchik's assets worth 1 bln rubles - lawyer (Part 2) Moscow's Basmanny District Court has sanctioned the freezing of Domodedovo airport owner Dmitry Kamenshchik's bank accounts worth 1 billion rubles, lawyer Igor Trunov representing the aggrieved parties in litigation with the airport management told Interfax.  "The court has granted the investigation's motion on imposing a freeze on Kamenshchik's assets worth 1 billion rubles," Trunov said on Wednesday.  Trunov had said earlier the investigation asked the court to freeze the Domodedovo airport's accounts as an injunction in the case dealing with a terrorist attack at the Domodedovo airport in 2011.
 Daily Headline News for June 22, 2016
Russia & CIS Business and Financial Newswire, June 22, 2016 Wednesday 7:11 PM MSK

 Digest of headline news as of 7:00 p.m. Moscow time on June 22: BUSINESS & FINANCE *** RUSSIAN ELECTRICITY EXPORTS TO CHINA MAY DECLINE 9% TO 3 BLN KWH IN 2016  The amount of electricity Russia supplies to China may decline to 3 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) in 2016, down from 3.299 billion kWh in 2015, presidential aide Yury Ushakov told journalists.  In other words, Russia's electricity exports to China might drop 9% this year. *** RUSSIA TO INCREASE OIL SUPPLIES TO CHINA 1.5% TO 27 MLN TONNES IN 2016
 Delhi District Court Seema Singh (Wife Of The Deceased) vs Des Raj
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 22, 2016 Wednesday

  Delhi:IN THE COURT OF SH. RAJ PAUL SINGH TEJI: PRESIDING OFFICER:MOTOR ACCIDENT CLAIMS TRIBUNAL : (WEST-01):DELHIMACT Case No. : 335/13 1. Seema Singh (wife of the deceased) 2. Dakshant Singh (son of the deceased)
 FORM 10-K: (J. M. SMUCKER COMPANY) FILES Annual Report
Plus Company Updates(PCU), June 22, 2016 Wednesday

  Washington: (J. M. SMUCKER COMPANY), has filed FORM 10-K (Annual Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on (2016-06-21) 10-K 1 sjm43016-10xk.htm 10-K UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION WASHINGTON, D.C. 20549 ________________________________________________ FORM 10-K ________________________________________________ x ANNUAL REPORT PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d) OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934 For the fiscal year ended April 30, 2016 or o TRANSITION REPORT PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d) OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934 For the transition period from to Commission file number 001-5111 ________________________________________________ THE J. M. SMUCKER COMPANY (Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)
 GAS NATURAL: Ohio Rural's Motion to Dismiss Orwell Suit Pending
Lloyd's Corporate Litigation Reporter, June 22, 2016

 Goal going forward is to limit hits to head
The Buffalo News (New York), June 22, 2016 Wednesday

 Insurer accused of underpaying after fire
West Virginia Record, June 22, 2016 Wednesday

 IT - Whether where the assessee has not maintained any books of a/c relating to its PE in India, it is open to the Revenue to resort to indirect method as prescribed in Rule 10 for attribution of profits - YES: ITAT
Tax India International, June 22, 2016 6:30 AM EST

 2016-TII-146-ITAT-DEL-INTL IN THE INCOME TAX APPELLATE TRIBUNAL BENCH 'H' NEW DELHI ITA Nos.5870 to 5874/Del/2012 Assessment Years: 2004-05 to 2008-09 ITA No.1109/Del/2014 Assessment Year: 2009-10 ZTE CORPORATION ZTE PLAZA, KEJI ROAD SOUTH
 Minor gets compensation of Rs 50.18 lakh by Thane MACT
UNI (United News of India), June 22, 2016 Wednesday

 Thane, June 22 -- A minor boy who met with road accident has been sanctioned a compensation of over Rs 50 lakh with 7.50 per cent interest by the district court.
 O.A.Nos.1263 to 1265
Pakistan Law Reporter, June 22, 2016 Wednesday

  Chennai: Madras High Court has issued the following order: 1 O.A.Nos.1263 to 1265 and 1275 of 2015 & A.Nos.8054 to 8056 and 8080 of 2015 in C.S.Nos.953 to 955 and 957 of 2015 K.K.SASIDHARAN,J. These interlocutory applications are at the instance of the plaintiffs in C.S.Nos.953 to 955 and 957 of 2015 and the substantial prayer is to injunct the respondents from alienating the immovable properties shown in the schedule to the plaint.
 Ohio man blames HIMG, others for wife's death
West Virginia Record, June 22, 2016 Wednesday

 ONE BILLION RUBLES IN SPECIAL ACCOUNT FROZEN AT DOMODEDOVO INITIATIVE TO SECURE AIRPORT PROPERTY IN CAE OF INTERLOCUTORY INJUNCTION - KAMENSHCHIK LAWYER
Russia & CIS General Newswire, June 22, 2016 Wednesday 3:26 PM MSK

 av ar INTERFAX
 One billion rubles was seized on Domodedovo initiative - Kamenshchik lawyer
Russia & CIS General Newswire, June 22, 2016 Wednesday 3:45 PM MSK

 A lawyer for Dmitry Kamenshchik, actual owner of Domodedovo, said the one billion rubles seized by the court on Wednesday was transferred into a special account on the initiative of the airport administration to secure it in case of interlocutory injunction.
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