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 ASBESTOS UPDATE: Exelon Corp. Unit Had $100-Mil. Fibro Reserves
Lloyd's Asbestos Litigation Reporter, April 20, 2015

 ASBESTOS UPDATE: Ford Motor Continues to Defend PI Suits
Lloyd's Asbestos Litigation Reporter, April 20, 2015

 ASBESTOS UPDATE: Ruling Denying Class Cert. of PI Suit Reversed
Lloyd's Asbestos Litigation Reporter, April 20, 2015

 Calcutta High Court order: CC No.131 of 2014
Pakistan Law Reporter, April 20, 2015 Monday

  Calcutta High Court has issued the following order: CC No.131 of 2014IN THE HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTASpecial Jurisdiction (Contempt)ORIGINAL SIDEPANGHAT SAREES PVT. LTD. -VersusSUDESHKUMAR GUPTA & ORS Appearance:Mr. Ranjan Bachawat, Sr. Adv.Mr. Debnath Ghosh, Adv....for the petitioner.Mr. Chandhal Dutt, Adv.Mr. Rajarshi Dutt, Adv....for the alleged contemnor. BEFORE: The Hon'ble JUSTICE SOUMEN SEN
 Italy: Italy's Jobs Act Creates Significant Labor Reforms
Mondaq Business Briefing, April 20, 2015 Monday

 On February 20, 2015, Italy approved significant but controversial reforms to Article 18 of Italy's Workers' Statute of 1970 in an attempt to combat soaring unemployment, currently 42% among workers under the age of 29 and 12.8% overall, and facilitate growth in an otherwise stagnant economy. The reforms, referred to as the "Jobs Act" ("Jobs Act" or "reforms") were implemented by several Legislative Decrees and based upon the guidelines provided by Law no. 183 in December of 2014. The Jobs Act seeks to improve the economy by establishing a more flexible labor market by making dismissals less costly and burdensome to employers, by enticing employers to hire new employees and by providing more employment opportunities and benefits to unemployed workers. The reforms do not apply to public sector employees, religious institutions, non-entrepreneurial entities or employees hired before January 1, 2015. The significant reforms are as follows:
 Uba Cooperative Society Battles RCCG Over Ogun Land
The Guardian, April 20, 2015

 The General Overseer of RCCG, Pastor Enoch AdeboyeWITH the institution of a court case, the battle line between the United Bank of Africa (UBA) Co-operative Multi-purpose Society Ltd and the Incorporated Trustees of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) over an expanse of land measuring 30.763 acres, in Ewu Odofin Village, Sagamu Local Government, Ogun State has been drawn. At the moment, the bankers' cooperative, which is accusing the bank of disobeying court, had commenced a suit pressing a sum of N150 million damages against the church.
 Calcutta High Court order: Hawkins Cookers Limited Vs. Khaitan Pressure Cooker Pvt. Ltd
Pakistan Law Reporter, April 18, 2015 Saturday

  Calcutta High Court has issued the following order: 1C.S. No. 448 of 1990IN THE HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTAOrdinary Original Civil JurisdictionHawkins Cookers LimitedVs.Khaitan Pressure Cooker Pvt. Ltd. For the Plaintiff : Mr. Ranjan Bachawat, Sr. Advocate Mr. Debnath Ghosh, Advocate Mr. Prabhakar Choudhury, Advocate Ms. Bithika Mondal, AdvocateFor the Defendant : Mr. Abhrajit Mitra, Sr. Advocate Mr. Jishnu Chowdhury, Advocate Mr. Sourav Gupta, Advocate Mr. Sudhakar Prasad, Advocate Mr. Partha Basu, Advocate
 FORM 8-K: SYDYS CORP FILES Current report
US Official News, April 18, 2015 Saturday

  SYDYS CORP, Nevada, has filed FORM 8-K (Current Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on April 17, 2015 State or other Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Nevada EXPLANATORY NOTE On February 24, 2015, we filed a Current Report on Form 8-K reporting the acquisition of the assets of OverAdMedia (“OADM”) and providing Form 10-type disclosure regarding our business. , We are filing this amendment to that Current Report on Form 8-K in order to include certain information about our change in auditors under Item 4.01 and other clarifying information we deemed appropriate, including the financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2014 in accordance with Rule 8-04 of Regulation S-X, which replace the previously presented nine-month financial statements ended September 30, 2014. Other than clarifying and correcting disclosure, which, where appropriate, includes information about certain events subsequent to the February 24, 2015 the remainder of this Current Report is prepared as of the original February 24, 2013 filing date. ITEM 2.01 COMPLETION OF ACQUISITION OR DISPOSITION OF ASSETS
 FORM 8-K: VIVUS INC FILES Current report
US Official News, April 18, 2015 Saturday

  VIVUS INC, Delaware, has filed FORM 8-K (Current Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on April 17, 2015 State or other Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Delaware
 Industry is better off within the EU - O'Neill
Farming Life, April 18, 2015 Saturday

  As we implement new process under CAP reform, the European Union is never far from the headlines. I think it is fair to say that my department has been supporting and advising farmers on many issues connected to the new rules. However, my time spent as minister has reinforced a belief that our agriculture industry and rural communities are better off within the EU than outside it.
 Court of Appeal of New Brunswick: New Brunswick Community College et al. v. Vihvelin, 2015 NBCA 17 (CanLII)
Canadian Government News, April 17, 2015 Friday

  Court of Appeal of New Brunswick has issued the following decision: COURT OF APPEAL OF COUR D’APPEL DU NEW BRUNSWICK NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK 71-13-CA NEW BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ANNETTE ALBERT, SANDRA MABER, DIANE BURT and LORNA MUNRO APPELLANTS  NEW BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ANNETTE ALBERT, SANDRA MABER, DIANE BURT et LORNA MUNRO APPELANTS - and -
 Federal Court of Australia Judgment: National Heavy Vehicle Regulator v Countrywide Marketing Pty Ltd [2015] FCA 351
Financial Law Reporter, April 17, 2015 Friday

  Federal Court of Australia has issued the following press release:  FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA National Heavy Vehicle Regulator v Countrywide Marketing Pty Ltd [2015] FCA  Citation:  ational Heavy Vehicle Regulator v Countrywide Marketing Pty Ltd [2015] FCA 351 Parties:  NATIONAL HEAVY VEHICLE REGULATOR v COUNTRYWIDE MARKETING PTY LTD (ACN 162535 622), NHVR PTY LTD (ACN 169 150 190) and TIMOTHY AARON O’KEEFE File number(s):  587 of 2014
 How Nigerian Airlines Can Become Profitable [opinion]
This Day (Lagos), April 17, 2015

  writes on experts' views on how Nigeria can have strong and profitable carriers that can compete favourably in the international and continental markets There are key factors that retard the growth of airlines in Nigeria. One is the high cost of maintaining their aircraft overseas; two is that majority of their technical staff are expatriates so they pay hugely for their remuneration; three is that the airlines are over taxed. Another setback is that the necessary infrastructure needed for smooth and seamless operation is inadequate and the scarcity and high cost of aviation fuel are also among the challenges hindering operations of local airlines. There are other contributory factors which stakeholders have adduced to the failure of Nigeria to have strong, viable airlines. These include the attitude of airlines, the ruthless competition and the failure of the airlines to cooperate and work together. On the government side, stakeholders accuse the government of giving multiple entry points to foreign airlines; although they acknowledge that as the indigenous carriers have limited capacity, international carriers must be encouraged to fly into Nigeria to meet the demand of the country's heavy traffic.
 Impeachment - Labour to Shut Down Ekiti for Fayose As Group Writes CJN
This Day (Lagos), April 17, 2015

 Following attempt to impeach the Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, the Organised Labour in the state has declared half day total shutdown in Ado Ekiti today, in solidarity with the state governor. Members of the organised labour, under the auspices of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress (TUC) and Joint Negotiating Council (JNC), gathered at the popular Fajuyi Park Resort centre yesterday where they declared Friday a work-free day for workers of the state civil service. The organised labour also placed embargo on human and vehicular movements within Ado Ekiti metropolis from 6a.m. till noon. Addressing journalists, the unions which spoke through the Chairman of the NLC, Com Ayodeji Aluko, warned the political class against heating up the polity, lamenting that the breach of public peace had also been coming from a few elites and certain political group which sees the state governorship as their sole right.
 Labourer gets paid after he gets paralysis
Legal Monitor Worldwide, April 17, 2015 Friday

 A labourer in Abu Dhabi has been awarded Dh545,800 in compensation for the material and psychological damages he sustained after suffering a cerebral haemorrhage that paralysed him.The company reportedly failed to provide the worker with the regular medical checkup.
 UK: Spring Forward: Recent Changes In UK Employment Law
Mondaq Business Briefing, April 17, 2015 Friday

 It's that time of the year again - 5 and 6 April typically bring changes to UK employment law each year, and 2015 is no exception. So whilst we were busy enjoying the first day of sunshine and moaning about how creme eggs don't taste as good any more, UK employment law was busy a-changin'. In case you're still feeling a little lazy after the long Easter weekend, we've rounded up those changes and summarised them for you below. As of 5 April 2015
 Woman who broke ankle in fall after 10 pints settles 38k damages claim
Irish Examiner, April 17, 2015 Friday

 Terms of the settlement were not disclosed in court. Conor Bowman, for Pamela Duffy, said she had organised a 50th birthday party for her husband in Tel El Kebir United Football Club and was leaving the premises at 2am on October 2, 2011, when the incident happened.
 -Announcement: Moody's: Ongoing medical reforms will benefit large Chinese pharmaceuticals
ENP Newswire, April 16, 2015 Thursday

 Moody's Investors Service says that continued strong growth in China's (Aa3 stable) pharmaceutical sector will mainly benefit those pharmaceutical companies that can meet heightened industry standards and market practices under the ongoing medical reform.'To rationalize China's healthcare system, control public healthcare costs and promote the upgrading of the country's pharmaceutical sector, the Chinese government launched a series of medical and healthcare reforms, which are credit positive for large pharmaceutical companies,' says Ivan Chung, a Moody's senior vice-president.
 Calcutta High Court order: A.P.O 289 OF 1994
Pakistan Law Reporter, April 16, 2015 Thursday

  Calcutta High Court has issued the following order: IN THE HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTACIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTIONIN THE APPEAL FROM ITS CONSTITUTIONAL WRIT JURISDICTIONORIGINAL SIDEPresent :The Hon’ble Justice Ashim Kumar BanerjeeAndThe Hon’ble Justice Samapti ChatterjeeA.P.O 289 OF 1994C.P. NO.274 OF 1967WithA.C.O 83 OF 2008(in APOT 44 OF 2007C.P. 33 OF 1988)TURNER MORRISON & CO. LIMITEDVS.‘HUNGERFORD’ INVESTMENT TRUST & OTHERSFor the Appellant : Mr. Utpal Bose, Senior Advocate Mr. Joy Saha, Advocate Mr. D.N. Sharma, Advocate Mr. Anumoy Basu, Advocate Mr. Loknath Chatterjee For the Respondent : Mr. Nirmaljit Singh Hoon (In person on behalf of Hunderford Investment Trust) Heard On : January 13, 19, February 10, 23, 24, 25 & March 3, 2015.
 Counsel Informs Court of DSTV's Disobedience of Order Restraining Price Hike [press release]
Premium Times, April 16, 2015

 Counsel in the class action suit brought against DStv on Thursday informed the court that the satellite television service provider has gone ahead to give effect to its price increase contrary to the order given by the court.
 Fayose's Impeachment - Court Cautions Parties Against Subjudice
Leadership (Abuja), April 16, 2015

 Justice Ahmed Mohammed of a Federal High Court sitting Abuja on Thursday told parties in the suit filed to stop the impeachment Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State to be mindful of the steps they take since they have subjected themselves before the court in the matter. The trial judge also cautioned them to steer clear of any action that could cause trouble or chaos in the state.
 Jean Tremblay, Saguenay mayor, agrees to disagree with Supreme Court prayer ruling
CBC News, April 16, 2015 Thursday 12:39 PM GMT

 Saguenay Mayor Jean Tremblay says he'll obey the Supreme Court of Canada's ruling to stop prayers at city council meetings — but he certainly doesn't like it.
 Price Increase - We Didn't Disobey Court Injunction-Multichoice
Premium Times, April 16, 2015

 Multichoice Nigeria Limited, owners and operators of DStv, has described as inaccurate publications, news reports and commentaries on various media platforms that it disobeyed an interim injunction restraining it from enforcing the increase in subscription rates for its programmes bouquet. This was contained in a statement in Lagos Thursday by Kemi Shaba of the MultiChoice Legal Department. The company said as at April 2, when the Federal High Court granted the orders of interim injunction, the price increase had already taken effect, having commenced on April 1.
 Saguenay right-to-pray ruling: What it means for religious freedom in politics
CBC News, April 16, 2015 Thursday 5:00 AM GMT

 Thou shalt not pray in council chambers. At least not in the form of a public recitation to open meetings, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled Wednesday, ending an eight-year legal case involving the right of city councillors in Saguenay, Que., to cross themselves and recite a 20-second Catholic prayer before official municipal business. The unanimous decision from Canada's top court had an immediate impact across the country.
 The buck stops where?
Indian Express, April 16, 2015 Thursday

 The past fortnight has seen two notable events: the high intensity campaign mounted by The Indian Express, highlighting the alarming air pollution levels in Indian cities; and the consultation by the ministry of environment with state governments on the recommendations of the high-level committee (HLC) for the review of existing environmental laws. The former has already elicited a strong response from the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in the banning of 10-year-old diesel vehicles (though the abrupt enforcement methods could be questioned). Major reforms in environmental management are now an imperative; one hopes that the ministry will move forward in a balanced manner.
 Calcutta High Court order: Mamata Singha Roy & Ors Versus Minor Rohon Singha Roy & Ors
Pakistan Law Reporter, April 15, 2015 Wednesday

  Calcutta High Court has issued the following order:  19AGM07.04.2015C.O. 1128 of 2015Mamata Singha Roy & OrsVersusMinor Rohon Singha Roy & OrsMr. Jibon Ratan Chatterjee,Mr. Tulsi Das Roy, … … For the petitioner.
 Federal Court of Australia Judgment: Australian Securities and Investments Commission v ActiveSuper Pty Ltd (in liq) [2015] FCA 342
Financial Law Reporter, April 15, 2015 Wednesday

  Federal Court of Australia has issued the following press release:  FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA Australian Securities and Investments Commission v ActiveSuper Pty Ltd (in liq) [2015] FCA Citation:  Australian Securities and Investments Commission v ActiveSuper Pty Ltd (in liq) [2015] FCA Parties:  AUSTRALIAN SECURITIES AND INVESTMENTS COMMISSION v ACTIVESUPER PTY LTD (IN LIQUIDATION) ACN 125 423 574 AND ORS File number:  VID 426 of 2012
 Federal Court of Australia Judgment: Picos v Servcorp Limited (No 2) [2015] FCA 343
Financial Law Reporter, April 15, 2015 Wednesday

  Federal Court of Australia has issued the following press release:  FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA PicosServcorp Limited [2015] Citation:  PicosServcorp Limited[2015] Parties:  CONNIE LOUISE PICOSv SERVCORP LIMITED ABN 97 089 222 506
 Immigrant struck by officers files lawsuit
Orange County Register (California), April 15, 2015 Wednesday

 An undocumented immigrant who was caught on camera being struck by officers during a controversial arrest has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city of Santa Ana. The lawsuit filed Friday at the federal courthouse in Santa Ana on behalf of Edgar Vargas Arzate accuses six officers of committing assault and using excessive force during the June 20 arrest. Also named in the lawsuit is police Chief Carlos Rojas, who is accused of not properly training the officers and creating a "code of silence."
 Ombudsman faces former SC colleagues in defense of powers
BusinessWorld, April 15, 2015 Wednesday

 BAGUIO CITY - Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales faced her former colleagues at the Supreme Court (SC) for the first time in four years, as her camp defended the anti-graft body's power to issue a preventive suspension order against Makati City Mayor Jejomar Erwin "Junjun" S. Binay, Jr. "I'm happy to be [back] in my home for almost nine years," Ms. Carpio- Morales told reporters shortly before the high court, led by Chief Justice Maria Lourdes P. A. Sereno, began interpellating the oral arguments presented by both sides on the March 10 order halted by the Court of Appeals (CA) in two instances.
 Paralysed worker gets over Dh500,000 in damages
Khaleej Times (United Arab Emirates), April 15, 2015 Wednesday

 Court also orders employer to pay Dh45,800 as labour dues. Abu Dhabi — A labourer working for a company in Abu Dhabi has been awarded Dh545,800 in compensation for the material and psychological damages he sustained after suffering a cerebral haemorrhage that paralysed him.
 PUTNAM IN REVIEW
Charleston Gazette (West Virginia), April 15, 2015, Wednesday

 Jury orders Ford to pay $3 million to Poca couple A Poca man and his wife are set to receive more than $3 million from the Ford Motor Company after a federal jury ruled two weeks ago the company was responsible for a defective accelerator assembly that caused a 2012 runaway vehicle crash. Following a two-day trial in Huntington, the federal court jury awarded Howard and Nancy Nease $3.012 million in compensatory damages stemming from the crash. The Neases claimed the design of the accelerator assembly on their 2001 Ford Ranger was defective, which made the gas pedal prone to sticking, which caused a crash that seriously injured Howard.
 Supreme Court rules against prayer at city council meetings
CBC News, April 15, 2015 Wednesday 11:34 AM GMT

 Elected officials do not have the right to recite prayers at municipal council meetings, Canada's top court says in a unanimous decision.
 Army driver, CO asked to pay '20 lakh to mishap victim's kin
Hindustan Times, April 14, 2015 Tuesday

 Chandigarh, April 14 -- The motor accidents claims tribunal (MACT) presided over by Roopam Singh has directed the driver of an army truck and the vehicle owner, the Commanding Officer of 2nd Battalion Ladakh Scouts, Chandimandir, to pay '20.8 lakh with 7.5%interest to kin of a 59-year-old government employee, who got killed in a mishap.
 Army driver, CO told to pay Rs.20 lakh to accident victim's kin
Hindustan Times, April 14, 2015 Tuesday

 Chandigarh, April 14 -- The motor accidents claims tribunal (MACT) presided over by Roopam Singh has directed the driver of an army truck and the vehicle owner, the Commanding Officer of 2nd Battalion Ladakha Scouts, Chandimandir, to pay '20.80 lakh with 7.5%interest to kin of a 59-year-old government employee, who got killed in a mishap.
 Court of Queen's Bench: Owners: Condominium Plan No 0125764 v. Amber Equities Inc, 2015 ABQB 235 (CanLII)
Canadian Government News, April 14, 2015 Tuesday

  Court of Queen's Bench has issued the following decision:  Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta Citation: Owners: Condominium Plan No 0125764 v. Amber Equities Inc, 2015 ABQB 235  Date: 20150409 Docket: 0903 02811 Registry: Edmonton Between: The Owners Condominium Plan 0125764, also known as West Bear Haven Estates Condominium Corporation Plaintiff - and -
 Former employees sue Monongalia County General for age discrimination
West Virginia Record, April 14, 2015 Tuesday

 Greying Kolkata's green cover in free fall
The Times of India (TOI), April 14, 2015 Tuesday

 KOLKATA: Hacking of full-grown trees without compensatory plantation has been the order of the day in the city. It has left a yawning gap between demand and supply and has been the biggest contribution to Kolkata's graying landscape. And now, a recent satellite picture analysis has revealed that Kolkata's green cover has dipped to an extremely unhealthy 4.79%, an indicator to the damage that is gradually going out of hands. The minimum requirement for an Indian city is 15%.
 High Court of Judicature at Allahabad order: MATTERS UNDER ARTICLE 227 No. - 1368 of 2015 at Allahabad : Smt. Munni Devi Vs. Dr. Surendra Kumar Katyal & Another
Pakistan Law Reporter, April 14, 2015 Tuesday

  High Court of Judicature at Allahabad has issued the following order:  HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT ALLAHABAD ?Court No. - 2
 Litigation management for the in-house generalist: Insurance, indemnification and litigation holds.
Inside Counsel Breaking News, April 14, 2015

   Byline: Eric Lambert, Michael Geibelson     Managing litigation presents a whole new set of challenges and responsibilities to an in-house generalist's already crowded plate. This article series (Part 1 and Part 2) introduces the art of litigation management from the in-house perspective with tips for various phases of litigation. This Part 3 discusses three things to consider early in any litigation matter--insurance, indemnification, and litigation holds.         Insurance and Indemnification     In deciding whether to pursue and how to defend litigation, in-house counsel should determine whether insurance coverage exists, provides a duty to defend and/or indemnify, and whether other indemnity rights exist.     Insurance   Most companies carry insurance policies ranging from the general (e.g., commercial general liability insurance and errors & omissions insurance) to the specific (e.g., data breach insurance, intellectual property infringement insurance). In most insurance contracts, the insurer agrees to both indemnify the policyholder (i.e., pay certain covered losses) and defend the policyholder (i.e., retain an attorney, at the insurer's expense, to defend the policyholder from covered lawsuits). The "duty to defend" and the "duty to indemnify" are distinct obligations.
 Loss of 9,000 trees is damage beyond repair
The Times of India (TOI), April 14, 2015 Tuesday

 KOLKATA: The loss of 9,000 trees may have done an irreversible damage to Kolkata's environment, believe experts. Full-grown trees, they pointed out, absorb thousands of kilograms of carbon dioxide and produce a huge amount of oxygen other than providing shade and helping to generate rainfall. Without so many trees, Kolkata is likely to absorb around 30% more carbon dioxide and receiving at least 20% oxygen less.
 Loss of 9000 trees is damage beyond repair
Times of India (Electronic Edition), April 14, 2015 Tuesday

 The loss of 9,000 trees may have done an irreversible damage to Kolkata's environment, believe experts. Full-grown trees, they pointed out, absorb thousands of kilograms of carbon dioxide and produce a huge amount of oxygen other than providing shade and helping to generate rainfall. Without so many trees, Kolkata is likely to absorb around 30% more carbon dioxide and receiving at least 20% oxygen less.
 Warped logic
My Republica, April 14, 2015 Tuesday

 Nepal, April 14 -- Road and environment Infrastructure development is crucial for economic development of a country. Environment-friendly and sustainable infrastructure construction even more so. Infrastructure projects such as hydropower, irrigation canal, roads and railways can have harsh environmental impacts if they are not properly planned. But this has become a feature of our development. Local governance gained prominence after the restoration of democracy in 1990. Since rural road construction activities have increased. Rural road programs started in the mid-1990s at community, local and central levels with a focus on fulfilling access to needs of local people by promoting labor-based, environment-friendly and participatory approaches. Needless to say, roads are important infrastructure: They link the isolated villages with the cities, improve livelihood of the rural people and reduce rural poverty and improve people's access to markets, services and economic opportunities. Rural roads have met some of these goals.
 Cayman Islands: The Cayman Islands Court Of Appeal Confirms Orders For Security For Costs In Winding Up Proceedings
Mondaq Business Briefing, April 13, 2015 Monday

 INTRODUCTION In a significant judgment, the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal (CICA) recently held that the Court has an inherent jurisdiction to grant security for costs against a petitioning foreign company in winding up proceedings. In Dyxnet Holdings Limited v Current Ventures II Limited and Current Ventures IIA Limited (Cause CICA 33/2013), the CICA overturned two Grand Court judgments dating back to 2010 which had prevented security for costs from being ordered in winding up proceedings against either a petitioning foreign individual or a petitioning foreign company. BACKGROUND Before 1 March 2009, when the Companies Winding Up Rules (CWR) were introduced (and the Grand Court Rules (GCR) were amended), orders for security for costs could be made against petitioners in winding up proceedings which were foreign companies either by application of the GCR to winding up proceedings, or by reliance on the English Insolvency Rules 1986 and Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) rule 25.13. However, following an amendment to the GCR and the introduction of the CWR (which provided that the Insolvency Rules 1986 should cease to have any application), the routes by which security could be ordered were no longer available. The CWR themselves makes no express provision for security for costs.
 DUSTUP OVER ASHES OF METAL SINGER REMAINS UNSETTLED
Business Insurance Print Version, April 13, 2015

 A metal band is being sued for allegedly stealing its frontman's ashes. But, hey, it's only rock 'n' roll. The father of deceased Gwar lead singer Dave Brockie, who died in March 2014 of a heroin overdose, has accused the band's members of illegally holding onto his ashes, along with his musical instruments and artwork, according to news reports.
 Employee sues hospital for injuries from attack by patient
West Virginia Record, April 13, 2015 Monday

 Focus on the future as Harrison settlement announced
M2 PressWIRE, April 13, 2015 Monday

 April 9, 2015Worthing Borough Council have settled out of court with former employee Mr Cliff Harrison following an Employment Tribunal's decision to uphold his claim for unfair dismissal over the management of the town's car parks.
 Parents claim teacher, aide molested son
West Virginia Record, April 13, 2015 Monday

 PRT worker claims age discrimination against WVU
West Virginia Record, April 13, 2015 Monday

 Wayne woman sues Charleston law firm for failing to distribute proceeds
West Virginia Record, April 13, 2015 Monday

 Woman says daughter was hurt during nature activity
West Virginia Record, April 13, 2015 Monday

 Woman sues Women's Health Center for breast cancer
West Virginia Record, April 13, 2015 Monday

 Zarb Coaches director and driver avoid prison on appeal
Malta Today, April 13, 2015 Monday

 A 2010 court ruling handed down custodial sentences to the director of the coach company and a driver after a 2003 incident left a 13-year-old girl with grievous injuries, following a fallfrom an overloaded van
 Impeachment Saga - APC Lawmakers Seeking Re-Election in Hiding
This Day (Lagos), April 12, 2015

 To avoid being attacked by citizens of Ekiti who were averse to an impeachment plot against Governor Ayodele Fayose, the All Progressives Congress (APC) lawmakers in the Ekiti State House of Assembly seeking for reelection refused to appear in their respective constituencies during the Assembly poll held across the country on Saturday.
 FORM 8-K: CURIS INC FILES Current report
US Official News, April 11, 2015 Saturday

  CURIS INC, Delaware, has filed FORM 8-K (Current Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on April 10, 2015 State or other Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Delaware Item 5.02. Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers 2015 Short Term Incentive Plan
 Govt hikes financial assistance for animal husbandry and desilting of agriculture land
UNI (United News of India), April 11, 2015 Saturday

 New Delhi, April 11 -- The NDA Government has decided to provide succour to distressed farmers by stepping up financial assistance for animal husbandry and desilting of agricultural land under the initiatives announced by the Prime Minister. The move comes following reports of large-scale crop damage particularly in the Northern and Western India.
 Retro: S Yorks pit tragedy heroes
The Star (Sheffield), April 11, 2015 Saturday

  Often during great tragedies, one person or a group of individuals will find inhuman strength and courage to help and comfort those who are badly suffering. This was the case when a runaway materials train, substantially overloaded with girders and empty mine cars, crashed with considerable force into the rear of a man-riding paddy' train at Silverwood colliery on February 3, 1966. The 8.15am train, which had slowed down, was carrying 48 day shift men to the coal face 2,550 feet underground. Ten miners sitting towards the rear of the train were killed and many more were injured in the crash.
 As Sumana Lawyers Seek Interlocutory Injunctionsupreme Court to Decide VP Foh Fate
Concord Times (Freetown), April 10, 2015

 The Supreme Court of Sierra Leone yesterday (9 April) listened to submissions and counter-submissions in respect of an interlocutory injunction motion filed by the legal team of sacked Vice President Alhaji Samuel Sam-Sumana, among a host of reliefs which seek to overturn the decision of President Ernest Bai Koroma to relieve his vice president and replace him with Ambassador Victor Bockarie Foh. After painstakingly listening to both parties, Chief Justice Valisius Thomas told the crowded court that a ruling was reserved and that the two legal teams would be served notice as to the court's ruling on their applications and submissions. The acting Chief Justice sits together with a panel of five judges, including Justice Eku Roberts, Justice Vivian Solomon, Justice Nicholas Browne-Marke and Justice Patrick Hamilton.
 BIG BOSS - Ashok Lavasa Secretary, Moefcc: 'Environment is not only about project clearances'
gfiles, April 10, 2015

 Ashok Lavasa, a 1980-batch IAS officer of the Haryana cadre, is an MPhil in defence studies, also holds an MBA and is currently Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change. He has immense administrative experience in the Ministries of Civil Aviation, Power, Home Affairs, and the Department of Economic Affairs in the central government and in Haryana where he began as SDO, Mahendragarh, and has served as Principal Secretary, Department of Power, and Chairman, Haryana Power Generation Corporation. He is an ace photographer and uses his photographs for New Year greeting cards and calendars. He swims, plays tennis and cricket and is an ardent trekker. He has trekked to almost every nook and corner of the Himalaya. A fan of yesteryear singer KL Saigal, he is innovative and, apart from administration, has worked in areas that require a great degree of research and analysis of experience as well as collation of evidence. Lavasa has also authored An Uncivil Servant, published by Rupa. He spoke to gfiles Editor Anil Tyagi on issues of environment, forests and climate change in India.
 TRINITY UNIVERSAL: Court Tosses Bid to Remand "Burton" Class Suit
Class Action Reporter, April 10, 2015

 DENNIS E. BURTON, Plaintiff, v. TRINITY UNIVERSAL INSURANCECOMPANY, ALPHA PROPERTY & CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY, FINANCIALINDEMNITY COMPANY, MERASTAR INSURANCE COMPANY, KEMPER CORPORATIONand SYDNEY MARIE GARBEDIAN, Defendants, NO. CV 14-242-M-DWM, (D.
 Canada: Government Of Canada Blocked From Dismantling Tlicho's Wek'èezhìi Land And Water Board
Mondaq Business Briefing, April 9, 2015 Thursday

 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.
 Council to pay former employee £56k following car parks fiasco
West Sussex Gazette, April 9, 2015 Thursday

  WORTHING Borough Council has settled out of court with former employee Cliff Harrison following an employment tribunal's decision to uphold his claim for unfair dismissal over the management of the town's car parks.
 Fayose's Impeachment - Court Invites APC Lawmakers to Show Cause
This Day (Lagos), April 09, 2015

 The impeachment threat hanging over Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State and his deputy Kolapo Olusola, was kept at bay on Wednesday, as a Federal High Court in Abuja asked the lawmakers of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to come and show cause why an interim injunction seeking to stop his removal should not be granted. Ruling on the application, Justice Ahmed Mohammed ordered the defendants in the suit, including the APC factional Speaker of the state House of Assembly, Adewale Omirin, and the Chief Judge of the state, Justice Ayodeji Daramola, to appear in court on April 16. The court ordered the defendants to appear in court to show cause why the order of interim injunction being sought by the plaintiffs halting the impeachment proceedings should not be granted.
 Patna High Court - Orders Hari Govind Ram & Ors vs Sheo Govind Ram & Ors
Pakistan Law Reporter, April 9, 2015 Thursday

  IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT PATNA First Appeal No.340 of 1978 ====================================================== Hari Govind Ram & Ors .... .... Appellant/s Versus Sheo Govind Ram & Ors .... .... Respondent/s ====================================================== Appearance : For the Appellant/s : Mr. Satendra Narayan Mr. Harihar Roy Mr. Ashok Kr. Roy Mr. Ramesh Kr.Chaudhary Mr. G.S.P.Gupta  For the Respondent/s : Mr. Rameshwar Pd. -2 Mr. Amarendra Kr. Sinha Mr. O.P.Agrawal Mr. Ratan Kr.Kuer Mr. Chitragupta Prasad Mr. Ashok Kumar Roy
 Sierra Leone: Ex-VP's lawyers seek to stop Acting VP
PANAPRESS - Pan African News Agency, April 9, 2015 Thursday

 Freetown, Sierra Leone (PANA) - Lawyers for Sierra Leone's sacked Vice President Samuel Sam-Sumana head to the country's Supreme Court Thursday (9April) to seek an interlocutory injunction restraining Ambassador Victor Foh from acting as Vice President while the constitutionality of the President's action is being heard .
 Sierra Leone: Supreme court adjourns ruling on VP vs govt. dismissal case
PANAPRESS - Pan African News Agency, April 9, 2015 Thursday

 Freetown, Sierra Leone (PANA) - The Sierra Leonean Supreme court Thursday adjourned ruling on an application for an interlocutory injunction sought by lawyers, representing sacked Vice President Sam Sumana, restraining Victor Foh from acting as Vice President.
 State Court Clarifies Partnership Law
Virginia Lawyers Weekly, April 9, 2015 Thursday

 The 4th Circuit vacates summary judgment for a plaintiff pursuing an accounting of four mining partnerships and remands this matter, in light of the response of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia to a question of state law certified by the 4th Circuit to the state high court. Plaintiff alleges he owns fractional working interests in four mining partnerships, which in turn own six oil and gas wells on four separate leaseholds located in Ritchie County. Named as defendants in plaintiff’s lawsuit are Sugar Rock Inc., and two of its officers. Plaintiff demands an accounting of the four partnerships and seeks compensatory and punitive damages, together with reimbursement of his attorney fees and litigation costs. Sugar Rock answered plaintiff’s complaint and filed a counterclaim for the cumulative operating expenses attributable to plaintiff’s asserted working interests in the partnerships.
 Supreme Court Sits On VP Injunction Petition Today
Concord Times (Freetown), April 09, 2015

 The Supreme Court of Sierra Leone will today hear an injunction petition against Ambassador Victor Bockarie Foh which seeks to bar him from acting as vice president until the court determines whether or not President Ernest Bai Koroma acted within the country's constitution to sack Vice President Alhaji Samuel Sam-Sumana and replace him, according to a competent judicial source.
 Bellwether Case in Federal Court Settled Mid-Trial
US Official News, April 8, 2015 Wednesday

  Legal Resources Association has issued the following news release: A settlement was reached between Ethicon and the woman whom was injured from one of its Transvaginal Mesh devices. Just four days into a bellwether trial in a West Virginia federal court, Ethicon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, reached a settlement in a lawsuit brought by a woman who said she was severely injured by one of its transvaginal mesh devices. Jurors picked for the civil trial were dismissed after being told that the case had concluded as the parties involved had reached an agreement to resolve the case. There were no further comments on the matter. The woman had alleged in court documents that Ethicon's transvaginal mesh device caused inflammation, chronic pain and other injuries.
 Divorce under Tunisian Law
US Official News, April 8, 2015 Wednesday

  Legal Resources Association has issued the following news release: In Tunisia, the Family Law is regulated by the Code of Personal Status.The rules applicable to divorce in Tunisian law is the Articles 29 et seq of the Code of Personal Status.
 European Union: Account of the monetary policy meeting of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank held in Nicosia on Wednesday and Thursday, 4-5 March 2015
Thai News Service, April 8, 2015 Wednesday

 1. Review of financial, economic and monetary developments and policy options Financial market developments Mr Cur\xE9 reviewed recent financial market developments. Since the Governing Council's previous monetary policy meeting on 21-22 January 2015, the announcement of the ECB's expanded asset purchase programme (APP) had had a significant impact on euro area financial markets, contributing to lower government bond yields and money market rates, particularly at longer maturities, while the euro had depreciated further against the US dollar especially in the days leading up to the meeting.
 Ford to pay $3 million to couple for crash; Jury finds company at fault in 2012 wreck resulting in injury
Charleston Daily Mail (West Virginia), April 8, 2015, Wednesday

 A Poca man and his wife are set to receive more than $3 million from the Ford Motor Company after a federal jury ruled last week the company was responsible for a defective accelerator assembly that caused a 2012 runaway vehicle crash. Following a two-day trial in Huntington, the federal court jury awarded Howard and Nancy Nease $3.012 million in compensatory damages stemming from the crash.
 RAYMOND JAMES: Trial Date in Retail Purchasers' Suit Postponed
Class Action Reporter, April 8, 2015

 Raymond James Financial, Inc. said in its Form 10-Q Report filedwith the Securities and Exchange Commission on February 6, 2015,for the quarterly period ended December 31, 2014, that a classaction was brought on behalf of retail purchasers of certainmunicipal bonds in September 2012, seeking unspecifiedcompensatory and punitive damages. In September 2014, the DistrictCourt for the Western District of Missouri granted classcertification. The trial date which was originally set forSeptember 2014 has been postponed. Other individual investors andinvestor groups have also filed arbitration claims or separatecivil claims, which are pending in various stages.
 SC to hear Ombudsman petition vs CA in Binay case
Philippines Daily Inquirer, April 8, 2015 Wednesday

  The Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments on Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales petition against Makati Mayor Jejomar Erwin "Junjun" Binay Jr.s plea in the Court of Appeals to stop his suspension by the Ombudsman in connection with the alleged overpricing of the Makati City Hall Building II.
 Serve with care
My Republica, April 8, 2015 Wednesday

 Nepal, April 8 -- Last week while dining at a restaurant I found a fingernail in my food. A friend of mine had praised the food of that restaurant to high skies so I tried the place. But the very first spoon of Biryani pierced my tongue. I had to check what it was. The painted fingernail that came out of my mouth nearly had me puking. All of us were shocked and grossed out. We called the waiter, talked to the manager, and created a little scene. To make up for their negligence, the restaurant owner apologized and offered us free meal. How could a well-known, expensive restaurant in Kathmandu be so careless? The concept of negligence in the context of restaurants was established by the case of Donoghue vs Stevenson in 1932 in the UK. The House of Lords in this case decided in favor of the girl who found a dead snail floating in her soup. The house ruled that the restaurant had been negligent and had failed to abide by its duty of care.
 Calcutta High Court order: Suresh Kumar Agarwala Vs. Sankarlal Agarwala & Anr.
Pakistan Law Reporter, April 7, 2015 Tuesday

  Calcutta High Court has issued the following order:  123.03.2015Court No.14Item No. SL-7snandy(DISPOSED OF)CO 264 of 2015withCAN 1652 of 2015Suresh Kumar AgarwalaVs.Sankarlal Agarwala & Anr.Mr. Saptangshu Basu, Senior AdvocateMr. R.A. Agarwala, AdvocateMr. Kumar Gupta, AdvocateMs. Nibedita Pal, AdvocateMr. R. Dhara, AdvocateMr. A.G. Mukherjee, Advocate… for the PetitionerMr. Amal Kumar Saha, AdvocateMr. Debjit Mukherjee, AdvocateMr. Irish Paul, Advocate… for the Opposite PartyMr. Manwendra Singh, AdvocateMs. Saswati Chatterjee, Advocate… for the Indian Oil Corporation While disposing of the Miscellaneous Appeal No. 11 of2012 on February 1, 2013, the Court recorded the consensusarrived between the parties by which the opposite party no. 1,agreed to sign ten cheques at a time so that there may not beany impediment in running the Petrol Pump by the petitionerherein. The petitioner was also directed to file the monthlystatement of accounts before the Trial Court till the disposal ofthe suit.
 Court of Appeals issues extended stay order against Makati mayor's suspension
BusinessWorld, April 7, 2015 Tuesday

 THE COURT of Appeals Sixth Division has issued an extended six-month stay order against the implementation of Makati City Mayor Jejomar Erwin "Junjun" S. Binay, Jr.'s preventive suspension, explicitly stating that the status quo before the March 10 order was issued should be "respected and preserved." Although it made no direct mention of the standoff at the City Hall with Vice-Mayor Romulo "Kid" V. Pena, Jr., the appeals court ordered "the Ombudsman and the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), and their agents and all representatives" to "respect and preserve the status quo before the issuance of the aforesaid joint order relative to petitioner's preventive suspension for six months."
 FORM 8-K: MABVAX THERAPEUTICS HOLDINGS FILES CURRENT REPORT
US Fed News, April 7, 2015 Tuesday 5:39 PM EST

 WASHINGTON, April 7 -- MabVax Therapeutics Holdings Inc., San Diego, files Form 8-K (current report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on April 6.  State or other jurisdiction of incorporation: Delaware Item 1.01 Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement. Private Placement As of April 3, 2015, MabVax Therapeutics Holdings, Inc. (the "Company") entered into separate subscription agreements (the "Subscription Agreement") with accredited investors (the "Investors") relating to the issuance and sale of $11,614,501 of units (the "Units") at a purchase price of $0.75 per Unit, with each Unit consisting of one share of the Company's common stock, par value $0.01 per share (the "Common Stock") (or, at the election of any Investor who, as a result of receiving Common Stock would hold in excess of 4.99% of the Company's issued and outstanding Common Stock, shares of the Company's newly designated 0% Series E Convertible Preferred Stock (the "Preferred Shares")) and a thirty month warrant (the "Warrants") to purchase one half of one share of Common Stock at an initial exercise price of $1.50 per share (such sale and issuance, the "Private Placement"). The Preferred Shares are governed by a Certificate of Designations, Preferences and Rights of the 0% Series E Convertible Preferred Stock (the "Certificate of Designations") as described herein. The Company conducted an initial closing of the Private Placement on March 31, 2015 in which it sold an aggregate of $4,995,750 of Units.
 Guardians sue Potomac Comprehensive Diagnostic & Guidance Center for abuse
West Virginia Record, April 7, 2015 Tuesday

 Labour Arbitration Awards: Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Local 732 v Cofederation College, 2015 CanLII 15320 (ON LA)
Canadian Government News, April 7, 2015 Tuesday

  Labour Arbitration Awards has issued the following decision: IN THE MATTER OF A WORKLOAD ARBITRATION BETWEEN ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION LOCAL 732 (the Union) AND COFEDERATION COLLEGE (the College) RE: WORKLOAD COMPLAINT OF PETER KUZYK (the Complainant) Appearing for the Union: Peter Kuzyk and Bert Dube Appearing for the College: Wallace Kenny, Hicks Morley Sole Arbitrator: Norm Jesin
 Madhya Pradesh High Court Jabalpur Dev.Auth. vs Dr.V.V.Shrivastava
Pakistan Law Reporter, April 7, 2015 Tuesday

  HIGH COURT OF MADHYA PRADESH : JABALPUR.  Second Appeal No.882/1999  Jabalpur Development Authority, Jabalpur.  Vs. Dr. V.V. Shrivastava and another. PRESENT : Hon'ble Shri Justice K.K. Trivedi. J.  Shri Naman Nagrath, learned Senior Advocate, assisted by Shri Himanshu Mishra, learned counsel for the appellant. Shri R.P. Agrawal, learned Senior counsel assisted by Shri A.M. Lal, learned counsel for respondents.  ORDER
 NRC Event Notification Report for April 7: Unanalyzed Condition Due to Volume Control Tank Isolation Time Analysis Error
Targeted News Service, April 7, 2015 Tuesday 6:16 AM EST

 The Nuclear Regulatory Commission issued report on the following event notification received: Power Reactor Facility: WATTS BAR Region: 2 State: TN Unit: [1] [ ] [ ] RX Type: [1] W-4-LP,[2] W-4-LP
 Professor says WVU Board of Governors failed to promote him
West Virginia Record, April 7, 2015 Tuesday

 Account of the monetary policy meeting of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank held in Nicosia on Wednesday and Thursday, 4-5 March 2015
Premium Official News, April 6, 2015 Monday

  The European Union has issued the following news release:  1. Review of financial, economic and monetary developments and policy optionsFinancial market developments Mr Cœuré reviewed recent financial market developments. Since the Governing Council’s previous monetary policy meeting on 21-22 January 2015, the announcement of the ECB’s expanded asset purchase programme (APP) had had a significant impact on euro area financial markets, contributing to lower government bond yields and money market rates, particularly at longer maturities, while the euro had depreciated further against the US dollar especially in the days leading up to the meeting.
 Basketball legend sues Charleston, civic center for injuries
West Virginia Record, April 6, 2015 Monday

 FORM 8-K: MABVAX THERAPEUTICS HOLDINGS, INC FILES Current report
US Official News, April 6, 2015 Monday

  MABVAX THERAPEUTICS HOLDINGS, INC, Delaware, has filed FORM 8-K (Current report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on April 06, 2015   State or other Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Delaware Item 1.01 Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement. Private Placement As of April 3, 2015, MabVax Therapeutics Holdings, Inc. (the “Company”) entered into separate subscription agreements (the “Subscription Agreement”) with accredited investors (the “Investors”) relating to the issuance and sale of $11,614,501 of units (the “Units”) at a purchase price of $0.75 per Unit, with each Unit consisting of one share of the Company’s common stock, par value $0.01 per share (the “Common Stock”) (or, at the election of any Investor who, as a result of receiving Common Stock would hold in excess of 4.99% of the Company’s issued and outstanding Common Stock, shares of the Company’s newly designated 0% Series E Convertible Preferred Stock (the “Preferred Shares”)) and a thirty month warrant (the “Warrants”) to purchase one half of one share of Common Stock at an initial exercise price of $1.50 per share (such sale and issuance, the “Private Placement”). The Preferred Shares are governed by a Certificate of Designations, Preferences and Rights of the 0% Series E Convertible Preferred Stock (the “Certificate of Designations”) as described herein. The Company conducted an initial closing of the Private Placement on March 31, 2015 in which it sold an aggregate of $4,995,750 of Units.
 Pregnant woman sues Family Options Providers for discrimination
West Virginia Record, April 6, 2015 Monday

 Supervisor accused of assault and battery sues for defamation - $15,000 Verdict
Virginia Lawyers Weekly, April 6, 2015 Monday

 Both the plaintiff and defendant were federal government employees in June 2013. At that time, the defendant had been subject to an internal complaint by his supervisor, the plaintiff, due to aggressive behavior at the workplace. Shortly after the plaintiff’s complaint, the defendant filed his own internal complaint alleging that the plaintiff rubbed his genital area on the defendant’s shoulder at defendant’s workstation eight months prior. The defendant then filed a criminal complaint with the local magistrate alleging the same.
 Victims of financial wrongdoing need more muscle at S.E.C.; Fair Game
International New York Times, April 6, 2015 Monday

FULL TEXT Given the many billions of dollars that financial companies have paid in regulatory and legal settlements related to the mortgage crisis, how much money has actually found its way into the pockets of investors harmed by their actions? Less than you may think. To start with, little of the cash generated in most of the Justice Department settlements went to investors. Much of this money went into Treasury coffers, while troubled borrowers were promised loan modifications and other relief as part of the deals. Wronged investors are entitled to receive money, however, from lawsuits filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission. While the S.E.C. cannot, by law, seek compensatory damages for losses incurred by investors, the agency does collect penalties and disgorgement of ill-gotten gains from both institutions and individuals.
 Woman blames Sam's Club for injuries from fire extinguisher
West Virginia Record, April 6, 2015 Monday

 Woman says hotel discriminated against her
West Virginia Record, April 6, 2015 Monday

 Woman sues after falling while roller skating
West Virginia Record, April 6, 2015 Monday

 Australia: Fall from balcony - plaintiff fails on cause and negligence
Mondaq Business Briefing, April 5, 2015 Sunday

 The very unfortunate case of Mrs Hutch1 who suffered paraplegia as a result of a fall from a balcony, was recently reported in the media. The decision to dismiss the claim seems to have rested heavily on the findings of intoxication, but it is instructive to look more closely at the judge's findings in order to appreciate all of the factors in play. The plaintiff was certainly found to have been very intoxicated when she toppled over a balustrade at the second floor town house she was renting from the defendant. She failed in her claim for damages after the judge found she had 'leaned too far and tumbled over' the balustrade because of her severe intoxication.
 ASBESTOS UPDATE: Fla. Inmate's Claims for Damages Dismissed
Lloyd's Asbestos Litigation Reporter, April 4, 2015

 Calcutta High Court order: Udayan Basu Vs. Dr. Parimal Banerji & Anr.
Pakistan Law Reporter, April 4, 2015 Saturday

  Calcutta High Court has issued the following order:  .Item No. 23C.O. 230 of 2015Udayan BasuVs.Dr. Parimal Banerji & Anr.Mr. Kaushik Dey. … for the petitioner.Mr. Anubhab Sinha,Mr. R. Munsi. … for the opposite parties.
 Ireland: An Taisce's Agri Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Plan Response
European Union News, April 4, 2015 Saturday

  National Trust for Ireland has issued the following news release: An Taisce’s principal concern is that any plan for greenhouse gas mitigation by the agricultural sector must actually and measurably contribute to the necessary, immediate, substantial and sustained reductions needed in Ireland’s total emissions.
 -ECB-Account of the monetary policy meeting of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank held in Nicosia on Wednesday and Thursday, 4-5 March 2015
ENP Newswire, April 3, 2015 Friday

 Account of the monetary policy meeting of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank held in Nicosia on Wednesday and Thursday, 4-5 March 2015.1. Review of financial, economic and monetary developments and policy optionsFinancial market developmentsMr Coeure reviewed recent financial market developments.Since the Governing Council's previous monetary policy meeting on 21-22 January 2015, the announcement of the ECB's expanded asset purchase programme (APP) had had a significant impact on euro area financial markets, contributing to lower government bond yields and money market rates, particularly at longer maturities, while the euro had depreciated further against the US dollar especially in the days leading up to the meeting.
 Defamed selectman hits back; countersuit costs critic $2.9M
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, April 3, 2015 Friday

 After more than a decade, Philip M. Eliopoulos had long since accepted that unfair criticism — perhaps even crossing over into defamation — was just part of being an unpaid Chelmsford selectman. By 2009, he had even made a grudging peace with the fact that, if sufficiently motivated and funded, a critic could spread claims not just through local newspapers and mass mailings, but via email distribution lists, robo-calls, anonymous websites and YouTube videos. But then that particularly audacious critic took things a step too far, suing Eliopoulos, a lawyer, for libel after he defended himself in local TV and print interviews as well as his own town-wide mailing. With nothing to lose, Eliopoulos decided to countersue the man, Roland Van Liew, and his company, Hands On Technology Transfer Inc. On March 19, a Middlesex Superior Court jury validated his decision, awarding Eliopoulos $2.9 million in damages on the counterclaim and nothing to Van Liew.
 FORM 8-K: CHICOS FAS INC FILES Current report
US Official News, April 3, 2015 Friday

  CHICOS FAS INC, Florida, has filed FORM 8-K (Current Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on April 01, 2015 State or other Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Florida
 FORM 8-K: HCA Holdings, Inc FILES Current report
US Official News, April 3, 2015 Friday

  HCA Holdings, Inc, Delaware, has filed FORM 8-K (Current Report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on April 02, 2015 State or other Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Delaware Item 5.02. Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers.
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