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Coal India to pay Canadian firm arbitration award, Calcutta High Court rules

Coal India has been given time till December to confirm to the court whether the payment due under the award has been paid.
DNA

Law unfairly gave shale drillers 'special' treatment, Pa. Supreme Court rules

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has decided that Act 13, the state Legislature's 2012 attempt to accommodate the shale gas industry is an unconstitutional "special law" that benefits specific groups or..
philly.com

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News video: NH Court Rules Voting Booth Selfie Ban Unconstitutional

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A federal appeals court on Wednesday said New Hampshire's ban on voting booth selfies "is like burning down the house to roast the pig." In a unanimous vote, a three-judge panel of the First Circuit..
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News video: Supreme Court says Bevin cannot cut university budgets

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After months of debate, Kentucky’s Supreme Court rules on Governor Matt Bevin's controversial cuts to higher education.
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News video: Employers can legally discriminate against dreadlocks

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Appeals court rules employers can legally ban dreadlocks
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News video: Mo. Supreme Court Rules Tobacco Tax Hike Can Go On Ballot

Mo. Supreme Court Rules Tobacco Tax Hike Can Go On Ballot

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The Missouri Supreme Court has ruled voters will get to decide on a proposed increase to the state's cigarette tax come November.
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German Court Rules Landlord Was Wrong to Evict Heavy Smoker

A German court has ruled in favor of a 78-year-old chain-smoker who faced eviction from his apartment, a case that was closely watched around a country where most people live in rented..
Newsmax Also reported by •SeattlePI.comNew Zealand Herald

No safe passage for Snowden to collect Ossietzky prize, Norwegian court rules

A Norwegian court has dismissed a bid by whistleblower Edward Snowden for assurances he would not be extradited should he visit Norway to collect a rights award. The PEN writers group had hoped to..
Deutsche Welle

Norfolk helicopter crash data to be kept confidential

norfolk helicopter crash data to be kept confidential
BBC Local News: Norfolk -- Voice and data recordings from a helicopter which crashed in Norfolk, costing four lives, will remain confidential, the High Court rules.
BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News

High Court rules in favour of Jeremy Hunt stating junior doctors' contracts were NOT wrongly imposed

high court rules in favour of jeremy hunt stating junior doctors' contracts were not wrongly imposed
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has won a High Court case over the controversial new junior doctors' contract. Mr Justice Green ruled in favour of the Health Secretary today.
MailOnline

Sex worker can challenge law criminalizing men who pay for prostitutes in Northern Ireland, court rules

A Northern Ireland sex worker has won High Court permission to challenge a new law criminalizing her clients.
Belfast Telegraph

Police cannot see pilot’s statements on Shoreham Airshow crash, High Court rules

The High Court has rejected Sussex Police’s request to see statements made by pilot Andrew Hill on the Airshow crash.
Crawley Observer Also reported by •Sussex Express

Govt wants LG to stop scrutiny of its 400 files

*The Delhi government wants the committee set up by up by Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung to scrutinize 400 files to defer work till the Supreme Court decides on the powers of the Raj Niwas in..
Deccan Herald

US appeals court rules for AmEx in card dispute

NEW YORK: A federal appeals court on Monday cleared the way for American Express Co to block merchants that accept its cards from steering customers toward lower-cost cards from other issuers.
Bangkok Post

Court rules Pokin in clear over fire trucks

The Central Administrative Court has ruled that former interior minister Pokin Polakul does not have to pay 1.4 billion baht in compensation for his alleged misconduct in the 2004 fire truck and boat..
Bangkok Post

Appeals court rules in favor of American Express in antitrust lawsuit

A federal appeals court ruled Monday that American Express didn't violate antitrust laws by barring businesses from steering customers to use other credit cards wither lower merchant fees.
USATODAY.com

AAP govt halts scrutiny of 400 files by LG's panel, terms it 'illegal'

Terming as "illegal" the panel set up by Lt Governor Najeeb Jung to scrutinise 400 files, Delhi Government on Tuesday requested it to discontinue work till the Supreme Court verdict on powers of the..
DNA

Court Rules Australia Must Talk with East Timor Over Oil Fields

An international court says Australia must keep meeting with East Timor over a maritime boundary determining access to oil-and-gas fields.
Wall Street Journal

Court rules revocation of Thaksin’s passports was legal

The Central Administrative Court on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit filed by former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra against the state’s revocation of his two regular Thai passports.
Bangkok Post

Illinois law reducing civil juries to six people is unconstitutional, state’s top court rules

The Illinois Supreme Court has struck down an Illinois law that reduced civil juries from 12 to six people. The court ruled (PDF) on…
ABA Journal


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