Philip Mathew

Standard Operating Procedures Released for the Physical Functioning of Gujarat High Court

The Gujarat High Court has delivered the Standard Operating Procedures. This will be implemented for the restoration of Physical Functioning. All the points in the order are made in light of the Pandemic. The Court shall start functioning from...

Bombay High Court Awards Pre-Arrested Bail to Army Man Alleged for Rape

The Bombay High Court awarded a pre-arrest bail to an army man. This Man is accused of having forced a woman he met on the matrimony site, for a physical relationship. Facts of the Case  The complaint is filed by an...

Virtual High Court of Gujarat Records 73.77% Case Disposal Rate in July

Amidst the coronavirus, the court displays its tryst with the virtual, with direct explanations and data to give relief to all the stakeholders. During the High Court, 24 cases of Covid-19 infections among the staff of the Court were...

Gujarat HC: Refraining From Wearing Masks Shall Lead to Pinching of Pockets

The Gujarat High Court observes the people being insusceptible to the fines levied on them for not wearing masks. The fines increased From Rs 200 to Rs 500 and now to Rs 1000 during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The order in...

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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...