Jaydeep Findoria

State Government Approves Rs. 50,000 for Covering Cost of Eye Wears for Each Bombay HC Judge and their Spouses

The Government of Maharashtra approved and sanctioned an allowance of Rs. 50,000 per annum. It is an astonishing move. This allowance is for judges of the Bombay High Court and their families to buy spectacles. Introduction A government resolution dated July...

GN Saibaba’s Bail Opposed by State in Bombay High Court

The State Government opposed the bail application that former Delhi University professor GN Saibaba filed before the Bombay High Court. The professor uses a wheelchair due to his disability and is in an Anda cell due to which he...

Lockdown Again In Pune & Other Districts Of Maharashtra Without Guidelines

A public interest litigation was filed before the Bombay High Court. It challenges the State's decision to re-inject lockdown in districts of Maharashtra. The dates are starting from July 14 for 10 days. They are without issuing guidelines for...

Bombay High Court Denies to Pass Orders for Transport of Migrants to West Bengal

The Bombay High Court refuses to pass directions facilitating the movement of migrant workers. The migrant workers are to move from the State of Maharashtra to West Bengal. This is due to the pendency of the suo moto case...

Bombay High Court Says POCSO Special Court Can Strive Offences under SC/ST (PoA) Act

The Bombay High Court says about a case where the child abused is Scheduled Caste or the Scheduled Tribe. The procedure carry out in POCSO Act of 2012 would not take away the powers of the Special POCSO Court....

Bombay High Court Grants 28-Day Lay off to Gangster Arun Gawli Serving Life Sentence for Murder of Shiv Sena Corporator

The Bombay High Court grants 28 days leave to gangster Arun Gawli. He is currently in the lodge at the Nagpur Central Jail, serving a life sentence awarded to him for the murder. He is convicted for the murder...

Bombay High Court Demands State’s Reply in PIL Depicting Cases of Police Savagery in Mumbai During Lockdown

The Bombay High Court directed the State government to reply to the contentions raised in a PIL. The issue raised was regarding increased cases of police brutality in Mumbai during the lockdown imposed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Introduction Chief Justice...

State Govt To Bombay High Court: Due To Covid-19 Situation ICSE Board Cannot Conduct Exams

The Government of Maharashtra informed the Bombay High Court about ICSE Board exams, that holding the exams is not possible in the State. The reason is due to the current situation surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic. Brief Facts of the Case  Chief...

 Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Petitions Seek Injunction Against Eros Media, Hearing on June 30th

Sanjay Leela Bhansali Productions filed two petitions. The Bombay High Court will hear both filed petitions. Both the  petitions are seeking directions for restraining Eros International Media. In addition to that, they said that the restraining is in context...

All Orders of Bombay High Court and Subordinate Courts Extended Till July 15

The Bombay High Court decides to extend all provisional orders. The orders passed by the High Court and subordinate courts are extended till July 15, 2020. Court’s Observation Chief Justice Dipankar Datta, Justice AA Sayed, Justice SS Shinde and Justice KK...

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Interview with Aditya Chopra, Founder and Managing Partner of Victoriam Legalis

Mr. Aditya Chopra is the Founder and Managing Partner of Victoriam Legalis, a law firm that specializes in multi-jurisdictional practice stationed in Mumbai, India. Previously, he co-founded PSL Advocates and Solicitors and SanAd Legal and were later merged. Mr. Chopra has served as Legal Consultant to Mr. Seemanto Roy at Sahara India Pariwar. He has been named as the “Rising Star Under 40, 2020” by LegalEra. With great experience in mooting and an outstanding academic record, Mr. Aditya, in this interview discusses his journey from law school to developing his own style and name in the field.
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[WhatsApp Privacy Policy Row] It’s a Private App, Don’t Use It; Says Delhi High Court

On Monday, while hearing a petition regarding the privacy policy of WhatsApp, the Delhi High Court said, “It is a private app. Don't join it. It is a voluntary thing, don't accept it. Use some other app.”

Madras High Court Asks the State To Reconsider Number of Seats Allotted for Bcm Category

Mr. Shakkiya filed a Writ Petition under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution to issue a Writ of Mandamus. The petition sought to direct...

Gujarat High Court Directs To Register Name of Petitioners in the Society Records as Owners of Property, as per Will

A single-judge bench of Gujarat High Court consisting of Honourable Justice Biren Vaishnav, because probate wasn’t necessary and that the petitioners were entitled to...

If No Complaint Is Filed, No Further Orders Are Required To Be Passed: Telangana High Court

Excerpt In Matlakunta Sundaramma vs The State Of Telangana, on January 8, 2021, the Telangana High Court decided that there is no requirement of passing...