Principles of Remedies

 Asian - Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
April 1, 2015

   INTRODUCTION           Protein has been known to be the most important nutrient in animal feed, providing not only amino acids for body protein synthesis, but also energy for growth (Korhonen et al., 1998). Protein quality plays vital role in protein digestibility and utilization. Protein oxidation is the structural modification induced directly by reactive oxygen species or indirectly by reaction with the by-products of lipid peroxidation (Shacter, 2000). During processing and storage, food protein can be easily affected by various factors, such as heat, comminuting and grinding, which introduce molecular oxygen and mix oxidants with susceptible food components (Korhonen et al., 1998). Oxidative modification of proteins has been shown to induce a number of multiple structural changes such as oxidation of side chains of special amino acid residues and peptide chains in protein, fragmentation, aggregation, and changes in hydrophobicity as well as conformation (Headlam and Davies, 2004). Ultimately, these alterations often result in changes in functional properties and bioavailability of protein (Witko-Sarsat et al., 2003; Smet et al., 2008; Zhang et al., 2011). Studies have claimed that oxidative modification of protein can lead to altered digestibility of proteins in vitro and susceptibility of protein to protein-degrading enzymes. Zamora and Hidalgo (2001) reported that proteolytic susceptibility of proteins to chymotrypsin, pancreatin, pronase and trypsin was decreased by oxidative modification induced by lipid peroxidation. Similarly, Sante-Lhoutellier et al.
 ASBESTOS UPDATE: Fla. Inmate's Claims for Damages Dismissed
Lloyd's Asbestos Litigation Reporter, March 27, 2015

 Ireland: Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act: impact assessments
European Union News, March 27, 2015 Friday

  Government of Ireland has issued the following news release:  Impact assessments summarising the cumulative effects of the policies in the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act.DocumentsSmall Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill: summary impact assessments second edition Ref: BIS/14/1213 PDF, 634KB, 41 pagesSmall Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill: enabling liquidators impact assessment
 Jharkhand High Court order: F.A. NO. 64 OF 2007
Pakistan Law Reporter, March 27, 2015 Friday

  High Court of Jharkhand has issued the following order:  1 F.A. NO. 64 OF 2007WITHW.P.(C) NO. 4492 OF 2013IN THE HIGH COURT OF JHARKHAND AT RANCHIF.A. NO. 64 OF 20071. Central Coalfields Limited, Darbhanga House, Post – Ranchi, PoliceStation – Ranchi, District – Ranchi.2. The Chairman – cum – Managing Director, Central Coalfields Limited,Darbhanga House, Pose – Ranchi, P.S. - Ranchi, District – Ranchi.
 An ardent hearing to be made of Buhari's suit in Abuja court
Legal Monitor Worldwide, March 26, 2015 Thursday

 A Federal High Court in Abuja has ruled that all applications filed in the matter seeking to disqualify the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Major-General Muhammadu Buhari from contesting the presidential election on Saturday will be heard alongside the substantive suit filed by Mr. Chukwunweike Okafor, an Abuja-based legal practitioner.
 FORM 8-K: MASSIVE INTERACTIVE FILES CURRENT REPORT
US Fed News, March 26, 2015 Thursday 4:14 PM EST

 WASHINGTON, March 26 -- Massive Interactive Inc., London, files Form 8-K (current report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on March 25. State or other jurisdiction of incorporation: Nevada Item 1.01. Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement. On March 23, 2015, Massive Interactive, Inc. (the "Company") closed on private offerings of secured convertible promissory notes (each a "Note" and collectively, the "Notes") in the aggregate amount of $636,310 to multiple investors including the Company's Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer (Ron Downey) and Chief Creative officer (Derek Ellis). The offerings, made pursuant to note subscription agreements, represent initial closings in the Company's private placement of up to $2,000,000 (the "Private Placement"). The note subscription agreements contain certain customary representations and warranties.
 FORM 8-K: Massive Interactive, Inc FILES Current report
US Official News, March 26, 2015 Thursday

  Massive Interactive, Inc, Nevada, has filed FORM 8-K (Current Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on March 25, 2015 State or other Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Nevada Item 1.01. Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement. On March 23, 2015, Massive Interactive, Inc. (the “Company”) closed on private offerings of secured convertible promissory notes (each a “Note” and collectively, the “Notes”) in the aggregate amount of $636,310 to multiple investors including the Company’s Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer (Ron Downey) and Chief Creative officer (Derek Ellis). The offerings, made pursuant to note subscription agreements, represent initial closings in the Company’s private placement of up to $2,000,000 (the “Private Placement”). The note subscription agreements contain certain customary representations and warranties.
 FORM 8-K: ORGENESIS INC. FILES Current report
US Official News, March 26, 2015 Thursday

  ORGENESIS INC. , Nevada, has filed FORM 8-K (Current Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on March 25, 2015 State or other Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Nevada EXPLANATORY NOTE Orgenesis Inc., a Nevada corporation, (the “Company”) entered into a share exchange agreement dated November 3, 2014 and addendum dated March 2, 2015 with MaSTherCell SA, Cell Therapy Holding SA (collectively the “Target” or “MaSTherCell”) and each of the shareholders of the Target, which provides for the acquisition by the Company of all of the issued and outstanding shares of the Target from the shareholders of the Target in exchange for the issuance of $24,593,000 in value of shares of common stock in the capital of the Company (the “Acquisition”). This Amendment No. 1 on Form 8-K/A is being filed to correct the date of the closing of the share exchange agreement and the date of the appointments of Chris Buyse and Hugues Bultot as directors of the Company to March 2, 2015. Unless otherwise disclosed herein, the disclosures contained herein have not been updated to reflect events, results or developments that have occurred after the original filing of the Form 8-K. Forward-Looking Statements
 A Primer On Global Economic Sharing – Analysis
Eurasia Review, March 25, 2015 Wednesday

 Humanity is in the midst of a global emergency. The policies that drive the world economy have magnified the gap between rich and poor, led to conflict over the planet's natural resources, and resulted in an ecological crisis that threatens life on earth. We urgently need to move beyond the restrictive political and economic ideologies of the past and embrace solutions that meet the common needs of people in all nations - which will be impossible to achieve without some degree of economic sharing both within and between countries. In an increasingly unequal and unsustainable world in which all governments need to drastically re-order their priorities, a call for economic sharing embodies the need for justice, human rights and sound environmental stewardship to guide policymaking at every level of society. This report gives a concise introduction to the principle of sharing in relation to the interconnected global crises we face, and makes a simple case for how the world's wealth, power and resources can be shared more equitably and sustainably.
 Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers" Compensation: 2014-1070 (Re), 2015 CanLII 13807 (AB WCAC)
Canadian Government News, March 25, 2015 Wednesday

  Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers' Compensation has issued the following decision: Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers’ Compensation Docket No.: AC0367-14-62 Decision No.: 2014-1070 Introduction [1] This is an appeal on behalf of the estate of the deceased worker of the Dispute Resolution and Decision Review Body (DRDRB) decision dated May 9, 2014. The appeal arose from the following circumstances: [1.1] The worker worked as an insulator for over 27 years. The worker developed Bronchogenic Carcinoma (lung cancer) and died on April 30, 2011. The worker’s claim had been accepted for asbestos related pleural disease (thickening and scarring of the lung) but was not accepted for the lung cancer. [1.2] On February 21, 2014, the worker’s spouse, acting as executrix of the worker’s estate (the estate), requested a review of the case manager’s decision of December 24, 2013, which determined the April 30, 2011 death of the worker, due to lung cancer, was not caused or contributed to by his undisputed exposure to asbestos in the workplace.
 CBN, NDIC differ over new banks regulation
The Sun (Nigeria), March 25, 2015 Wednesday

 Ike was an international businessman. On Friday, February 12, 2002 he had deposited N1 billion for his consignment. His business partner in China was expected to send the goods on receipt of the payment. By ISAAC ANUMIHE Ike was an international businessman. On Friday, February 12, 2002 he had deposited N1 billion for his consignment. His business partner in China was expected to send the goods on receipt of the payment. But on Monday, February 15, 2002, his bank's licence was withdrawn and his business partner did not get the payment for the goods and did not send them. When Ike heard that he had lost both his goods and money, he fainted and he was revived in the hospital.  However, his recovery was temporary as he died of heart attack two months after. That was the end of a 45-year-old businessman whose community had looked up to, to liberate them from poverty.
 Court to Hear Suit Challenging Buhari's Qualification Expeditiously
This Day (Lagos), March 25, 2015

 A Federal High Court in Abuja has ruled that all applications filed in the matter seeking to disqualify the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Major-General Muhammadu Buhari from contesting the presidential election on Saturday will be heard alongside the substantive suit. The suit was filed by Mr. Chukwunweike Okafor, an Abuja-based legal practitioner. In deciding to hear all pending applications with the substantive suit, Justice Adeniyi Ademola upheld the arguments of the plaintiff's lawyer, Chief Mike Ozekhome (SAN). He had argued that Order 29 of the Federal High Court Civil Procedure Rules, 2009, was a mandatory provision of the law, which enjoins the court to hear both the interlocutory applications and the substantive suit together.
 FORM 8-K: GYMBOREE CORP FILES Current report
US Official News, March 25, 2015 Wednesday

  GYMBOREE CORP, Delaware, has filed FORM 8-K (Current Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on March 24, 2015 State or other Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Delaware
 FORM 8-K: GYMBOREE FILES CURRENT REPORT
US Fed News, March 25, 2015 Wednesday 2:45 PM EST

 WASHINGTON, March 25 -- The Gymboree Corp., San Francisco, files Form 8-K (current report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on March 24. State or other jurisdiction of incorporation: Delaware
 Ireland: Compensation Recovery Unit forms
European Union News, March 25, 2015 Wednesday

  Government of Ireland has issued the following news release:  Compensation Recovery Unit forms for use by compensators (eg insurers) and their representatives (eg solicitors).DocumentsRegister a claim for compensation – CRU1
 Ireland: New limits for unfair dismissal and redundancy payments
European Union News, March 25, 2015 Wednesday

  Invest Northern Ireland has issued the following news release: Payments and awards made to workers in employment rights cases are rising in line with inflation
 Stay of Execution - Court Dismisses Terminal Operators' Application
Daily Independent (Lagos), March 25, 2015

 A Federal High Court in Lagos has dismissed an application for the order of the stay of execution filed by the Seaports Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN) against the judgment of a court which declared that the association had no right to increase port charges. The terminal operators had prayed for stay of execution of the judgment at the Court of Appeal.
 TRINIDAD-COURT-Court awards compensation to two medical doctors
CANA News, March 25, 2015 Wednesday

  A former president of the Council of the Medical Board has been ordered to pay TT$200,000 (One TT dollar =US$0.16 cents) in compensation to two medical doctors, one of whom had diagnosed the first case of HIV/AIDS in the English-speaking Caribbean.
 Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers" Compensation: Decision No. 2014-1070, 2015 CanLII 13555 (AB WCAC)
Canadian Government News, March 24, 2015 Tuesday

  Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers' Compensation has issued the following decision: Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers’ Compensation Docket No.: AC0367-14-62 Decision No.: 2014-1070 Introduction [1] This is an appeal on behalf of the estate of the deceased worker of the Dispute Resolution and Decision Review Body (DRDRB) decision dated May 9, 2014. The appeal arose from the following circumstances: [1.1] The worker worked as an insulator for over 27 years. The worker developed Bronchogenic Carcinoma (lung cancer) and died on April 30, 2011. The worker’s claim had been accepted for asbestos related pleural disease (thickening and scarring of the lung) but was not accepted for the lung cancer. [1.2] On February 21, 2014, the worker’s spouse, acting as executrix of the worker’s estate (the estate), requested a review of the case manager’s decision of December 24, 2013, which determined the April 30, 2011 death of the worker, due to lung cancer, was not caused or contributed to by his undisputed exposure to asbestos in the workplace.
 Clontarf Energy tumbles 6.7% on below average volume 24 March, 2015 16:30 GMT
News Bites - Western Europe: United Kingdom, March 24, 2015 Tuesday

 BRITISH DAILY STOCK REPORT Clontarf Energy plc (L:CLON), the 72nd largest Oil & Gas Producers company by market cap in the United Kingdom, tumbled 0.03 GBX (or 6.7%) to close at 0.42 GBX. Compared with the FTSE 100 Index which fell 18.0 points (or 0.3%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -6.4%. Trading volume was 19% lighter than average.  BEARISH SIGNALSTechnicals:Downtrend: The stock continues its significant downtrend.+ The price tumbled 6.7% in the last week and plummeted 38.2% in the last month. + Falls to Rises: in the past month the number of falls outnumbered rises 6:2 or 3:1.+ The present value of GBP1,000 (PV1000) invested one year ago in Clontarf Energy is GBP389, for a capital loss of GBP611. PV10001-week1-month1-yearCLON.L933618389FTSE 100 Index1,0271,0101,080
 Court Dismisses Terminal Operators Application to Stay Execution
The Guardian, March 24, 2015

 A FEDERAL High Court, Lagos has dismissed the stay of execution application filed by the Seaports Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), on the judgment declaring that they had no right to increase port charges.
 Court Grants Youths Access to 'Black Mountain'
The Times of Zambia (Ndola), March 24, 2015

 BUSINESS came to a standstill in Kitwe yesterday when youths conducted a procession around the town centre in solidarity with the court order that granted them access to the Copper slug dump site commonly known as the 'Black mountain' in Wusakile Township.
 Former village chief convicted for 2011 killings in Silay City, Negros Occidental
Philippines News Agency, March 24, 2015 Tuesday

 BACOLOD CITY, March 24 -- A former village chief of Silay City, Negros Occidental was found guilty by the Regional Trial Court (RTC) for killing four barangay officials and injuring three others in their village of Kapitan Ramon in March 2011.
 High Court of Judicature at Allahabad order: MISC. SINGLE No. - 2141 of 2004 at Lucknow : Jagan Nath & Anr. Vs. 7th A.D.J., Raebareli & 3 Ors.
Pakistan Law Reporter, March 24, 2015 Tuesday

  High Court of Judicature at Allahabad has issued the following order:  HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT ALLAHABAD, LUCKNOW BENCH ?Court No. - 18 Case :- MISC. SINGLE No. - 2141 of 2004 Petitioner :- Jagan Nath & Anr. Respondent :- 7th A.D.J., Raebareli & 3 Ors. Counsel for Petitioner :- V.K. Pandey Counsel for Respondent :- C.S.C.
 Indo-American siblings get USD 9mn settlement in assault case
Bureaucracy Today, March 24, 2015 Tuesday

 New Delhi, March 24 -- An Indian-American brother-sister duo Anuj Sapra and Arti Sapra has been awarded record USD 9 million in damages for severe injuries sustained when they were attacked by metal bats during a brawl with two men in a night club here in 2005.
 Shopper alleges injuries from improper lighting
West Virginia Record, March 24, 2015 Tuesday

 Supreme Court Warns Chevron, Seplat Against Sale of Disputed Oil Blocks
The Guardian, March 24, 2015

 The Supreme Court yesterday fixed May 18, 2015 for hearing of a mandatory application filed by an oil firm, Brittania-U Limited against Seplat Petroleum Development Company Limited and Chevron, seeking to reverse any step taken to sell the latter's oil mining assets OML52, OML 53 and OML 55 to the former (Seplat). The mandatory application filed by Brittania-U Limited arose from the appeal over the decision of Chevron to sell its ‎Oil mining assets to Seplat. Brittania-U took the matter to the Supreme Court over the ruling of an Appeal Court, which vacated an order of interlocutory injunction by a high court restraining Chevron and Seplat from concluding any deal on the two oil leases.
 Supreme Court Warns Chevron, Seplat Over Disputed Oil Blocks
Daily Independent (Lagos), March 24, 2015

 The Supreme Court, on Monday, fixed May 18, 2015 for hearing of a mandatory application filed by an oil firm, Brittania-U Limited, against Seplat Petroleum Development Company Limited and Chevron.
 CBN, NDIC disagree over clauses in new bill, recall ex-DGs, directors
The Sun (Nigeria), March 23, 2015 Monday

 FROM ISAAC ANUMIHE, ABUJA Ike was an international businessman. On Friday, February 12, 2002, he had deposited N1 billion for his consignment. His business partner in China was expected to send the goods on receipt of the payment. But on Monday, February 15, 2002, his bank's licence was withdrawn and his business partner did not [...] FROM ISAAC ANUMIHE, ABUJA Ike was an international businessman. On Friday, February 12, 2002, he had deposited N1 billion for his consignment. His business partner in China was expected to send the goods on receipt of the payment.
 Couple accuses cabinet companies of contract breach
West Virginia Record, March 23, 2015 Monday

 Couple accuses HIMG of negligence
West Virginia Record, March 23, 2015 Monday

 Former employee accuses Jim's Spaghetti of discrimination
West Virginia Record, March 23, 2015 Monday

 Man sues eye doctor, Marshall for negligence
West Virginia Record, March 23, 2015 Monday

 Ohio man cites Huntington surgeon for negligence
West Virginia Record, March 23, 2015 Monday

 PMB, Subscribers Tango Over Lagos Estate
Daily Independent (Lagos), March 23, 2015

 With Imperial Homes having allegedly been conferred with the ownership of Safe Court Estate, a residential estate located within a fast-growing city, Ikate- Elegushi neighbourhood in Eti-Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State, there are still squabbles on two units of the estate. Presently, there are pending two suits before a Lagos High Court over the property, the claims in both are essentially the same, notwithstanding. While a couple, Dr. Akinniran and Dr. (Mrs.) Rita Akintola, initiated one, Messrs. Olarenwaju Falade filed the other.
 Woman says Save-A-Lot failed to keep premises safe
West Virginia Record, March 23, 2015 Monday

 Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (Appellate Jurisdiction) APPEAL No.175 of 2012
Financial Law Reporter, March 21, 2015 Saturday

  Appellate Tribunal for Electricity has issued the following order:  Appeal No175 of 2012Page 1 of 72 Appellate Tribunal for Electricity(Appellate Jurisdiction)APPEAL No.175 of 2012Dated: 14th Nov, 2013Present: HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE M KARPAGA VINAYAGAM,CHAIRPERSONHON’BLE MR. V.J TALWAR, TECHNICAL MEMBERIn the Matter of:TATA Power Company Limited.,Bombay House,24, Homi Mody Street,Mumbai-400 001…AppellantVersus1. Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory CommissionWorld Trade Centre No.1,13th Floor, Cuffe Parade,Colaba, Mumbai-400 0012. Maharashtra State Load Dispatch Centre(Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co Ltd)Office of the Chief EngineerState Load Dispatch Centre,Thane-Belapur Road,PO-Airoli, Navi Mumbai-400 7083. Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co. Ltd.,C-19, E Block, PrakashgangaBandra Kurla Complex, Barora,East Mumbai-400 0514. Reliance Infrastructure LimitedReliance Energy CentreSanta Crux (East)MumbaiAppeal No175 of 2012Page 2 of 72…… Respondent(s)Counsel for the Appellant(s) : Mr. Krishanan Venugopal,Sr.AdvMr. Sitesh Mukherjee Mr. Sakya S Chaudhuri Mr. Anand Kumar Shrivastava Ms. Mandakini Ghosh Mr. Avijeet Kumar Lala Ms. Anusha Nagarajan
 Court adjourns Tinubu's suit against AIT
Nigerian Tribune, March 21, 2015 Saturday

 Justice Iyabo Akinkugbe of the Ikeja Lagos High court on Friday fixed April 1 for ruling on the interlocutory application filed by the National leader of All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu against Africa Independent Television (AIT).
 Court to Rule On Tinubu's Suit Against AIT
This Day (Lagos), March 21, 2015

 Justice Iyabo Akinkugbe of an Ikeja High Court has fixed April 1 to rule on the interlocutory application filed by the National Leader of All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu against Africa Independent Television (AIT).
 Judge tosses lawsuit against tower foes; foesopponents
Palm Beach Post (Florida), March 21, 2015 Saturday

 Neighbors who oppose a 22-story condo on South Flagler Drive have filed a new petition to kill the project at the former Chapel by the Lake property and have won dismissal of the developer's lawsuit against them.
 Rajasthan at Jaipur High Court order: Case No. CMS - 2553 of 2015
Pakistan Law Reporter, March 21, 2015 Saturday

  High Court of Rajasthan at Jaipur has issued the following order: IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE FOR RAJASTHAN BENCH AT JAIPUR. ORDER S.B. CIVIL WRIT PETITION NO. 2864/2015WITHS.B. CIVIL MISC. STAY APPLICATION NO. 2553/2015 SHRI NAROTTAM LALWANI & OTHERS VS. SHRI GANESHMAL & OTHERS.
 Tinubu Vs AIT - Court Fixes April 1 for Ruling
Vanguard (Lagos), March 21, 2015

 An Ikeja High Court has reserved ruling till April 1, 2015 on the interlocutory application filed by the National Leader of All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu against Africa Independent Television, AIT, over a libel case.
 Tinubu Vs Ait - Court to Rule On April 1
Daily Independent (Lagos), March 21, 2015

 A Lagos State High Court sitting in Ikeja, presided over by Justice Iyabo Akinkugbe, on Friday fixed April 1 for ruling on the interlocutory application filed by the national leader of All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, against Africa Independent Television (AIT).
 Calcutta High Court order: ARUN KUMAR MOHATA & ORS. Versus PRAKASH KUMAR MOHTA & ORS.
Pakistan Law Reporter, March 20, 2015 Friday

  Calcutta High Court has issued the following order: ORDER SHEETGA No.890 of 2015WithCS No.14 of 2015IN THE HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTAOrdinary Original Civil JurisdictionORIGINAL SIDEARUN KUMAR MOHATA & ORS.VersusPRAKASH KUMAR MOHTA & ORS.  BEFORE: The Hon'ble JUSTICE SOUMEN SEN Date : 19th March, 2015.
 Canada: Government Of Canada Blocked From Dismantling Tlicho's Wek'èezhìi Land And Water Board
Mondaq Business Briefing, March 20, 2015 Friday

 In Tlicho Government v Canada (Attorney General), 2015 NWTSC 9, the Northwest Territories Supreme Court granted the Tlicho First Nation interlocutory injunctive relief, thus delaying the Government of Canada from enacting major structural changes to the resource management system in the Mackenzie River Valley. The Government of Canada recently passed legislation to amend the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act (MVRMA). This was done through the Northwest Territories Devolution Act ("Devolution Act"), which received Royal Assent on March 25, 2014.
 Chandigarh councillor sues DC for defamation, seeks Rs. 1
Hindustan Times, March 20, 2015 Friday

 Chandigarh, March 20 -- BJP councillor Satinder Singh has filed a civil lawsuit for "slander" against deputy commissioner Mohammad Shayin, alleging the latter resorted to "abusive" and "derogatory" language in comments directed at him in the media over a "land grabbing" incident.
 Clontarf Energy jumps 7.1% on thin volume 20 March, 2015 16:30 GMT
News Bites - Western Europe: United Kingdom, March 20, 2015 Friday

 BRITISH DAILY STOCK REPORT Clontarf Energy plc (L:CLON), the 71st largest oil & gas producers company by market cap in the United Kingdom, jumped 0.03 GBX (or 7.1%) to close at 0.45 GBX. Compared with the FTSE 100 Index which rose 31.9 points (or 0.5%) in the day, this represented a relative price increase of 6.7%. Trading volume was 20% lighter than average.  BULLISH SIGNALSFundamentals:+ Tobin's Q Ratio, defined as MCap divided by Total Assets, is 0.7. Compared with the rest of the market the stock is undervalued.
 Councillor sues DC for defamation
Hindustan Times, March 20, 2015 Friday

 Chandigarh, March 20 -- BJP councillor Satinder Singh has filed a civil lawsuit for "slander" against deputy commissioner Mohammad Shayin, alleging the latter resorted to "abusive" and "derogatory" language in comments directed at him in the media over a "land grabbing" incident. The petition seeking '1 in compensatory damages, which was filed nearly three months after he lodged a criminal defamation complaint against Shayin, is likely to come up for hearing at a local court on Friday. After the councillor had accused the deputy commissioner of "misuse of the latter had released a statement to various newspapers saying, "He (Satinder Singh) has lost his mental balance, which is why he is making such allegations. He needs a doctor."
 Court strikes out eligibility suit against Obanikoro
Nigerian Tribune, March 20, 2015 Friday

  Justice Kazeem Alogba of a Lagos High Court sitting in Ikeja, on Thursday, struck out a suit challenging the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro to contest for any electoral post in Nigeria.
 Funsho Williams' Murder - Court Orders Ex-Detainee to Serve Tinubu, Others
This Day (Lagos), March 20, 2015

 Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia of the Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday granted an order of substituted means in a suit seeking to re-open investigations into the murder of a former governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Lagos State, Funsho Williams.
 Jharkhand High Court order: Cr. Revision No. 1210 of 2014
Pakistan Law Reporter, March 20, 2015 Friday

  High Court of Jharkhand has issued the following order: IN THE HIGH COURT OF JHARKHAND AT RANCHI---- Cr. Revision No. 1210 of 2014 ----- Ram Janam Singh . .. Petitioner.
 New limits for unfair dismissal and redundancy payments announced
European Union News, March 20, 2015 Friday

  Northern Ireland government departments has issued the following news release: An Order made by the Department for Employment and Learning brings these new limits into operation from 22 March 2015.
 Tinubu Vs AIT: Court Fixes April 1 For Ruling
PM News, March 20, 2015 Friday

 Henry Ojelu Asiwaju Bola Tinubu Justice Iyabo Akinkugbe of the Ikeja Lagos High court today fixed 1 April for ruling on the interlocutory application filed by the national leader of All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu against Africa Independent Television, AIT.
 Australia: Unauthorised certification trade mark use skewered
Mondaq Business Briefing, March 19, 2015 Thursday

 Halal Certification Authority P/L v Scadilone P/L [2014] FC 614 KEY ISSUES Misuse of certification trade mark First award of "flagrant infringement" additional damages under section 126(2) of the Trade Marks Act 1995 for deterrent purposes
 Jury awards nearly $600K to man shot 11 times by police
The Daily Record (Baltimore, MD), March 19, 2015 Thursday

 A Baltimore jury has awarded nearly $600,000 to a city man who was shot 11 times by police officers who came to his house to provide medical assistance during a schizophrenic episode. Franklin Williams’ award would be capped at $200,000 under the Local Government Tort Claims Act. While the jury found Williams was entitled to punitive damages, one of his lawyers said he will not seek the additional money in order to ensure payment of the compensatory award. “It’s a tragedy with these caps that we can’t get more,” said the attorney, Robert E. Joyce.
 SOAAG launches campaign against container theft
Ghana News Agency (GNA), March 19, 2015 Thursday

 Tema, March 19, GNA - The Ship Owners and Agents Association (SOAAG) on Wednesday, launched a campaign against the stealing and illegal sale of containers. The SOAAG hopes to use the campaign to reduce and if possible curb the incident of container theft by appealing to the general public to double check with the Association on containers they intend to buy using its outline, 0571962712.
 Sun Pharma can contest use of 'Zolam' trademark
The Times of India (TOI), March 19, 2015 Thursday

 CHENNAI: Sun Pharmaceuticals can contest the use of the trademark 'Zolam' which was claimed by Stadmed Pvt Ltd, the Intellectual Property Appellate Board has ruled. "It is unfortunate to note that opposition proceedings are kept pending for more than 11 years on unjustifiable grounds," said a bench of chairman Justice KN Basha and technical member Sanjeev Kumar Chaswal, setting aside the order of joint registrar of trademarks, Kolkata, to grant a stay on the opposition proceedings.
 Clontarf Energy tumbles 6.7% on low volume 18 March, 2015 16:30 GMT
News Bites - Western Europe: United Kingdom, March 18, 2015 Wednesday

 BRITISH DAILY STOCK REPORT Clontarf Energy plc (L:CLON), the 69th largest oil & gas producers company by market cap in the United Kingdom, tumbled 0.03 GBX (or 6.7%) from its last traded date of March 16, 2015 to close at 0.42 GBX. Compared with the FTSE 100 Index which rose 42.9 points (or 0.6%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -7.3%.
 Family Files Suit in I-89 Crash
Valley News (White River Junction, Vermont), March 18, 2015 Wednesday

 North Haverhill - The day after Sunapee resident Robert Dellinger pleaded guilty to two counts of negligent homicide in connection with an Interstate 89 collision that killed a Wilder couple, the estate of one of the victims filed a lawsuit against him. The estate of Amanda Murphy, who was eight months pregnant when she was killed in the December 2013 crash, sued Dellinger in Grafton Superior Court on Feb. 20 on five counts, asserting he was responsible for the deaths of Murphy, her fetus and her fianc e , Jason Timmons.
 Lying Hillsbrough commander asked: Were you promoted because you were a Mason?
Yorkshire Post, March 18, 2015 Wednesday

  THE match commander in charge of policing during the Hillsborough disaster has denied taking part in a "cover-up" that left fans facing the blame for decades after the tragedy. Former Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield also faced suggestions that his position as "Worshipful Master" in the Freemasons influenced his elevation through police ranks. Mr Duckenfield told an inquest into the deaths of 96 Liverpool supporters that there had been "no conspiracy" to hide the truth about senior officers' failings. Giving evidence for a third day to an inquest jury in Warrington, Mr Duckenfield said he could not explain his decision not to admit to Football Association Chief Executive Graham Kelly that he had authorised an exit gate to be opened, allowing around 2,000 fans into already overcrowded pens.
 UK: Insurance And Reinsurance Weekly Update - 10 March 2015
Mondaq Business Briefing, March 18, 2015 Wednesday

 Welcome to the ninth edition of Clyde & Co's (Re)insurance and litigation caselaw weekly updates for 2015. These updates are aimed at keeping you up to speed and informed of the latest developments in caselaw relevant to your practice. Please follow this link for further details of the following recent cases: This week's caselaw Sea Shepherd UK v Fish & Fish Limited Clyde & Co wins a Supreme Court case which determined the scope of the common design principle. Stevens v Equity Syndicate Management The Court of Appeal determines how to calculate the basic hire rate under a credit hire agreement for a replacement car. JSC Mezhdunarodniy Bank v Pugachev The Court of Appeal orders disclosure in relation to a freezing order and considers a cross-undertaking from a liquidator. Davis Solicitors v Raja A decision on the need to file an appeal bundle, even though a trial bundle contained the same documents.
 APC Alleges Plan to Jam Card Readers
This Day (Lagos), March 17, 2015

 The All Progressives Congress (APC) has warned on an plan by the President Goodluck Jonathan administration and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to render card readers ineffective on election day, with a view to justifying their fears about the use of the card readers. But in a swift reaction, the PDP accused the opposition political party of raising false alarms aimed at throwing the polity into chaos and also wreck the electoral process. In a statement issued on Monday by the APC's National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the party said it can authoritatively inform Nigerians that the morbid fear of card readers by the Jonathan administration and the PDP has now been translated into concrete action. It said an Israeli, Gyora Berger, had been hired to do the dirty job of jamming the card readers.
 Christian with 'Jewish beliefs' says GM doesn't let workers take 'holy days' off
Legal News Line, March 17, 2015 Tuesday

 Consumer Activist Forced to Move Website Offshore
GroundUp, March 17, 2015

 A consumer activist who runs a blog exposing misleading claims about health products has been forced to move his website offshore after a run-in with sports supplement company USN. Harris Steinman has been running the website CAMcheck since 2009. The strapline of the site describes it as a "South African consumer's guide to scams, pseudoscience and voodoo science ..." Steinman has lodged numerous complaints about medicine advertisements with the Advertising Standards Authority, most of which have been upheld. Until last Friday CAMcheck was hosted on Hetzner, one of the largest internet hosting companies in the country. But on 10 March Hetzner told Steinman that if he did not change content critical of sports supplement company USN within five days, his site would be taken down.
 Court orders AIT to stop documentary on Lion of Bourdillion
Nigerian Tribune, March 17, 2015 Tuesday

 THE Africa Independent Television (AIT) has been barred from airing a documentary on former Lagos State governor, Senator Bola Tinubu, entitled: "Lion of Bourdillion." Justice Iyabo Akinkugbe of the Ikeja Lagos High Court, on Monday, granted an interim order restraining AIT, pending the determination of the interlocutory injunction.
 Court orders AIT to stop documentary on Tinubu
The Sun (Nigeria), March 17, 2015 Tuesday

 A Lagos State High Court sitting in Ikeja yesterday restrained the Africa Independent Television (AIT) from further broadcasting a documentary entitled: 'Lion of Bourdillion', which allegedly focused on former governor of the state, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.
 Court Stops AIT From Airing Documentary Against Tinubu
Leadership (Abuja), March 17, 2015

 Justice Iyabo Akinkugbe of the Lagos High court in Ikeja yesterday stopped the Africa Independent Television (AIT) from further broadcasting a documentary on former Lagos State governor Bola Tinubu titled “Lion of Bourdilion.”
 Federal Court of Australia Judgment: Kingswood Aluminium Pty Ltd v Watpac Construction (SA) Pty Ltd [2015] FCA 237
Financial Law Reporter, March 17, 2015 Tuesday

  Federal Court of Australia has issued the following press release:  FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA Kingswood Aluminium Pty Ltd v Watpac Construction (SA) Pty Ltd
 Fla. woman blames recreation department over injury
West Virginia Record, March 17, 2015 Tuesday

 Labour Relations Board: Southern Railway of British Columbia Limited v Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 7000, 2015 CanLII 11827 (BC LRB)
Canadian Government News, March 17, 2015 Tuesday

  Labour Relations Board has issued the following decision: BCLRB No. B39/2015 BRITISH COLUMBIA LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD SOUTHERN RAILWAY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA LIMITED (the "Employer") -and- CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, LOCAL 7000 (the "Union") PANEL:  James Carwana, Vice-Chair APPEARANCES:
 Man accuses mine company of retaliatory behavior
West Virginia Record, March 17, 2015 Tuesday

 Mbu Absent in Suit Seeking His Removal
This Day (Lagos), March 17, 2015

 The Assistant Inspector-General of Police (AIG) in charge of Zone 2, Mbu Joseph Mbu, on Monday failed to appear before the Federal High Court in Lagos in a suit seeking his removal. He was also not represented by any lawyer despite being served with the suit. The plaintiff, Mr. Tope Alabi, a lawyer, is praying the court to strip Mbu of his rank and declare his office vacant for allegedly abusing his powers. Yesterday, the plaintiff's lawyer, Mr. Oladare Falana, who stood in for Mr. Femi Falana (SAN), said the defendants had been served. He said he was surprise that the defendants were not in court or represented by any lawyer.
 Cardiac patient accuses surgeon, hospital of malpractice
West Virginia Record, March 16, 2015 Monday

 Citing lemon law, woman sues car dealer for fraud
West Virginia Record, March 16, 2015 Monday

 Court Restrains AIT From Airing Documentary On Tinubu
Daily Independent (Lagos), March 16, 2015

 A High Court of Lagos State on Monday granted an injunction restraining Daar Communications Limited, owners of African Independent Television, from broadcasting, transmitting or airing how-so-ever a documentary allegedly disparaging a national leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
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Hull Daily Mail, March 16, 2015 Monday

 HULL: Holy Trinity Church is seeking permission to remove trees from outside the 700-year-old, grade one listed building. The Reverend Canon Dr Neal Barnes, pictured, and his team want to fell a large Black Poplar, to prevent further damage to the churchyard and under- ground drainage and avoid undermining its foundations and structure. Compensatory tree planting will be provided in Trinity Square as part of the city council's public realm improvements. As part of £4.5m plans to transform the church and Trinity Square, sections of the churchyard wall will be demolished to create 14 parking spaces. More than £2m has so far been raised.
 Bill on displaced persons gathers dust in Congress
Manila Times (Philippines), March 15, 2015 Sunday

 SOURCED FROM CURRENT GLOBAL NEWSPAPERS AND JOURNALS  A measure that grants compensation for Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) has been gathering dust in Congress.   This is because House Bill 4744 or the proposed IDP Act has not been acted upon by the Senate even if the measure has been approved by the House of Representatives in August 2014.
 Ecobank opposes reversal of S00m deposit in fake account
Business Daily(Nairobi ANPAK), March 15, 2015 Sunday

  Ecobank has opposed an application by the Kenya Rural Roads Authority (KeRRA), which is seeking to withdraw cash that was deposited in an account allegedly opened by fraudsters. KeRRA is seeking a court order compelling Ecobank to reverse the cash deposit in order to have it paid to the rightful beneficiary, Kay Construction Company, which claims to have lost nearly S00 million to fraudsters who opened a fake account in its name. Kay Construction claims that James Kigoi Kariuki, David Ndung'u Ng'anga' and Susan Macharia opened an account with Ecobank's Valley Arcade branch under the company name in which the government deposited the payment.
 FORM 8-K: STEMGEN FILES CURRENT REPORT
US Fed News, March 15, 2015 Sunday 3:36 PM EST

 WASHINGTON, March 15 -- Stemgen Inc., Houston, files Form 8-K (current report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on March 13. State or other jurisdiction of incorporation: Delaware Item 3.02 Unregistered Sales of Equity Securities. Private offering
 Whistleblower to drop more bombs on chopper deal
Manila Times (Philippines), March 15, 2015 Sunday

 SOURCED FROM CURRENT GLOBAL NEWSPAPERS AND JOURNALS  MORE "bombshells" will be dropped by The Manila Times source on the allegedly anomalous P1.2-billion helicopter acquisition project.  The source identified as "Joey" said he will reveal more details in the coming days, including alleged malpractices in the government's procurement process.  "Joey" claimed that he was informed that a congressional inquiry would be conducted soon to get to the bottom of the alleged irregularities related to the acquisition of 21 refurbished UH-1D helicopters from Rice Aircraft Services Inc. (RASI) and its partner, Eagle Copters Ltd of Canada.
 CAN Dragged to Court Over Imposition of YOWICAN President
Leadership (Abuja), March 14, 2015

 The Christians Association of Nigeria (CAN) has been dragged to court for alleged imposition of Mr. Daniel Kadzai as the National President of the Youth Wing of Christians Association of Nigeria (YOWICAN), and wrongful disqualification of Barr. Samuel Kwamkur from contesting the position of the national President of YOWICAN. Barr. Samuel Kwamkur, a member of YOWICAN who instituted the case against CAN, the Director of Youth, Apostle E. Fagbule and the winner of the January 29 YOWICAN election, Daniel Kadzai, explained that the processes of electing executives for the youth wing of CAN started last year, 2014, which he expressed interest and his name was forwarded by TEKAN and ECKWA fellowship to the national secretariat of CAN.
 Capital Law: Annual Inflation-Linked Changes in Tribunal Awards 13 March 2015
News Bites - Private Companies, March 14, 2015 Saturday

 The Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2015, which details the annual inflation-linked changes in limits on the compensation amounts which can be awarded by employment tribunals, applies where the appropriate date falls on or after 6 April 2015.
 Father, daughter blame roofing company for wreck injuries
West Virginia Record, March 13, 2015 Friday

 LATEST - Hillsborough disaster match commander admits mistakes' but denies cover-up'
The Star (Sheffield), March 13, 2015 Friday

  The match commander during the Hillsborough disaster has admitted making mistakes' - but denied taking part in a cover-up' to blame Liverpool fans for the tragedy. Former Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield said there had been no conspiracy' to hide the truth about the failings of senior officers. Giving evidence for a third day to the inquests into the 96 deaths, Mr Duckenfield also said he believed supporters had played a part' in the tragedy by arriving late to the game - but accepted his mistakes were a contributory factor'
 Lungu, Chama Disjoined From Hichilema Case
The Times of Zambia (Ndola), March 13, 2015

 THE Lusaka High Court has disjoined from the defamation proceedings President Edgar Lungu and PF secretary general Davies Chama in the matter in which UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema had sued the two with Bishop Edward Chomba.
 Man sues Kroger for broken leg
West Virginia Record, March 13, 2015 Friday

 Maples & Calder Asia: Jurisdiction to Grant Interim Relief in Aid of Foreign Proceedings 12 March 2015
News Bites - Private Companies, March 13, 2015 Friday

  In our December 2014 update article "Amendments to the Grand Court Law" we noted that the Grand Court Law (2008 Revision) (the "Law") had been amended by the Grand Court (Amendment) Law, 2014 (the "Amendment Law") to provide a clear statutory basis for the Grand Court to grant interim relief in the Cayman Islands (including by way of a freezing order) in support of substantive proceedings in other jurisdictions - so-called "free-standing" interim relief. Until now such free-standing interim relief was only available when the defendant was located in the Cayman Islands. So, even if the defendant had assets in the Cayman Islands, it was not possible to obtain an interim injunction if that defendant was outside the jurisdiction. That was because, under the Cayman Islands Grand Court Rules (the "GCR"), the plaintiff must first show that its claim fell within certain prescribed types of claim (as set out in GCR O.11 r.1). Seeking interim relief in support of a foreign proceeding was not one of those types of claim.1
 PDP Chieftain Asks Court to Stop INEC From Using Card Readers
This Day (Lagos), March 13, 2015

 A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Waliu Taiwo, has filed a suit at the Federal High Court in Lagos seeking to stop the use of Electronic Card Readers during the general election.
 PNC to appeal $391M ruling role in alleged funeral contract insurance scam
SNL Bank and Thrift Daily, March 13, 2015 Friday

 PNC Financial Services Group Inc. plans to appeal a ruling ordering unit PNC Bank NA, as successor to Allegiant Bank, to pay $391 million over an alleged funeral contract insurance scam.
 Rail Budget silent on wildlife safety, pollution
The Pioneer (India), March 13, 2015 Friday

 India, March 13 -- Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has recently presented the Railway Budget in the Parliament. He has announced undertaking several projects for providing safe and comfortable journey to the travellers. The Budget primarily focuses on better and efficient management of locomotives, provision of amenities for comfortable journey and environmental management while undertaking a slew of infrastructure projects, including expansion of tracks. The Budget also lays stress on sanitation and hygiene in train as well as in the railway station. It announces that 17,000 more bio- toilets, including 650 new station toilets, will be provided to the passengers in the running trains for better and improved sanitation. Rs 8.5lakh crore will be spent for improvement of new rail network within next five years. There must be scientific management of waste of passengers. Needless to say, inadequate hygiene and improper sanitation poses a major threat to safe journey in India and the Railways should have its own infrastructure for management of human wastes. The wastes can be recycled into bio- fertilizers and harvest of energy for running the railway stations without depending on fossil fuel. Sadly, this point has not been taken into consideration while formulating the Railway Budget.
 Woman blames Gabe's for injuries
West Virginia Record, March 13, 2015 Friday

 Woman says former employer breached contract
West Virginia Record, March 13, 2015 Friday

 'NO COVER-UP' OVER HILLSBOROUGH
Press Association Mediapoint, March 12, 2015 Thursday 12:53 PM BST

 The match commander in charge of policing during the Hillsborough disaster has denied taking part in a ``cover-up'' that left fans facing the blame for decades after the tragedy. Former Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield told an inquest into the deaths of 96 Liverpool supporters that there had been ``no conspiracy'' to hide the truth about senior officers' failings. Giving evidence for a third day to an inquest jury in Warrington, Mr Duckenfield said he could not explain his decision not to admit to Football Association Chief Executive Graham Kelly that he had authorised an exit gate to be opened, allowing around 2,000 fans into already overcrowded pens. The 70-year-old former senior officer was watched by around 150 relatives of the victims, who sat listening to charged exchanges as the witness was questioned closely about his account of events on the day of the disaster.
 Cayman Islands: Jurisdiction To Grant Interim Relief In Aid Of Foreign Proceedings
Mondaq Business Briefing, March 12, 2015 Thursday

 In our December 2014 update article "Amendments to the Grand Court Law" we noted that the Grand Court Law (2008 Revision) (the "Law") had been amended by the Grand Court (Amendment) Law, 2014 (the "Amendment Law") to provide a clear statutory basis for the Grand Court to grant interim relief in the Cayman Islands (including by way of a freezing order) in support of substantive proceedings in other jurisdictions - so-called "free-standing" interim relief.  Until now such free-standing interim relief was only available when the defendant was located in the Cayman Islands. So, even if the defendant had assets in the Cayman Islands, it was not possible to obtain an interim injunction if that defendant was outside the jurisdiction. That was because, under the Cayman Islands Grand Court Rules (the "GCR"), the plaintiff must first show that its claim fell within certain prescribed types of claim (as set out in GCR O.11 r.1). Seeking interim relief in support of a foreign proceeding was not one of those types of claim.1
 Clontarf Energy inches higher, resistance at 12-day EMA 12 March, 2015 16:30 GMT
News Bites - Western Europe: United Kingdom, March 12, 2015 Thursday

 BRITISH DAILY STOCK REPORT Clontarf Energy plc (L:CLON), the 70th largest oil & gas producers company by market cap in the United Kingdom, soared 18.4% but fell short of the 12-day Exponential Moving Average [EMA] of 0.48 GBX. Compared with the FTSE 100 Index which rose 39.6 points (or 0.6%) in the day, this represented a relative price increase of 17.8%.  BULLISH SIGNALSFundamentals:+ Tobin's Q Ratio, defined as MCap divided by Total Assets, is 0.7. Compared with the rest of the market the stock is undervalued.
 Law firm breached contact, suit claims
West Virginia Record, March 12, 2015 Thursday

 Madras High Court M/S.Raja Holdings vs S.Rajnikanth
Pakistan Law Reporter, March 12, 2015 Thursday

  BEFORE THE MADURAI BENCH OF MADRAS HIGH COURT DATED: 02.03.2015 CORAM THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE C.S.KARNAN REV.APLC (MD) Nos.2 of 2014 , 3 & 4 of 2014 in C.M.A.(MD) No.1709 of 2013 and C.R.P.(NPD) (MD) Nos.1714 & 1715 of 2013 and M.P.(MD) Nos.1 & 1 of 2014 in REV.APLC (MD) Nos.2 & 4 of 2014 M/s.Raja Holdings rep.by it's Managing Partner R.V.Subramaniam Having office at No.69, Town Higher Secondary School Road Kumbakonam Town Thanjavur District ... Petitioner in all Review Applications vs.
 NOVARTIS AG: NPC Still Faces 525 Zometa/Aredia Lawsuits
Class Action Reporter, March 12, 2015

 Novartis AG and Novartis Inc. said in their Form 20-F Report filedwith the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 27, 2015,for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2014, that NovartisPharmaceuticals Corporation (NPC) is a defendant in approximately525 remaining cases brought in US courts, in which plaintiffsclaim to have experienced osteonecrosis of the jaw or atypicalfemur fracture after treatment with Zometa or Aredia, which areused to treat patients whose cancer has spread to the bones. Fromthe outset of the litigation, approximately 332 cases have beendismissed on pre-trial summary judgment or other dismissal, ofwhich 16 remain on appeal.
 NOVARTIS AG: Sandoz Defending Against Oriel Litigation
Class Action Reporter, March 12, 2015

 Novartis AG and Novartis Inc. said in their Form 20-F Report filedwith the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 27, 2015,for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2014, that a complaint wasfiled in October 2013 in the Supreme Court-New York County byShareholder Representative Services LLC, purportedly on its ownbehalf and in its capacity as representative of formershareholders of Oriel Therapeutics, Inc. (Oriel) against SandozInc. and two affiliates and two former officers of Sandoz AG.
 O'Donnells told to leave house by 5pm tomorrow
RTE News, March 12, 2015 Thursday 1:46 PM GMT

 The High Court has granted a trespass injunction to Bank of Ireland for Gorse Hill, a property at the centre of a dispute in Dublin. Judge Brian McGovern told solicitor Brian O'Donnell that he and his wife Mary Patricia must now vacate the house in Killiney.
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