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A corporate lawyer at the centre of Britain's most high-profile divorce was accused of creating a sham property deal that allowed bankrupt tycoon Scot Young to hide his assets in offshore tax havens, the High Court heard on Monday. Stephen Jones,
The High Court drama of the big libel hearing is becoming a rarity. New research shows there has been a sharp fall in the number of cases for defamation brought against media companies, despite a succession of press scandals and Parliament's demand
F1 chief has never been more powerful As Bernie Ecclestone made his unintentionally comedic entrance to the High Court on Wednesday, it would have been easy to come to the conclusion that the old dictator may be starting to lose his grip.
Election Commissioner Shah Nawaz said the Jamaat would not be able to participate in the polls as the High Court had declared its registration illegal. In a major blow to the fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami ahead of polls in Bangladesh, the Election
As many as 45 categories of cases, including the ones relating to assignment of land to Adivasis and encroachment of land in Munnar, have been ordered to be posted before the Chief Justice of the Kerala High Court Manjula Chellur for referring them
The new laws effectively ban unions from giving donations to the Labor Party by requiring that only individual members of the electoral roll are entitled to give money to political parties for state election campaigning. The unions have told the High
Tuesday, November 5, 2013 Journalists get bail after apologising Comments US President Barack Obama speaks following a meeting with African leaders including Sierra Leone's President Ernest Bai Koroma (R), and Malawi's President Joyce Banda. Two
5 November 2013 0 View comments An honest builder who handed in nearly 18,000 in cash to police after he found it stashed in a fire-damaged flat will go without any reward following a High Court judge's ruling. Steven Fletcher found the hoard of '
A mob went on a rampage in a Hindu-dominated neighbourhood in a village in Bangladesh's Pabna district following reports that a boy from the minority community had committed blasphemy, prompting the country's High Court to order arrest of attackers
A lawyer acting for Waipareira Trust was never meant to waive securities that could cost the taxpayer-funded trust $1.4 million, the High Court in Auckland has heard. Matthew Muir, QC, acting for Waipareira subsidiary Waipareira Investments, said