The Want for Refurbishment – ​​The RMLNLU Legislation Overview Weblog

The Want for Refurbishment – ​​The RMLNLU Legislation Overview Weblog

By: Arun Raghuram Mahapatra


INTRODUCTION

Central Shopper Safety Authority (hereinafter ‘CCPA’) is the Central Authority that has been established underneath Part 10 of the Shopper Safety Act, 2019 (‘Act’) to manage points about client rights violations, unfair commerce practices, and

A law firm was fined $5,000 after one of its lawyers used ChatGPT to write a court brief riddled with fake case references

A law firm was fined $5,000 after one of its lawyers used ChatGPT to write a court brief riddled with fake case references

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  • A law firm was fined $5,000 after one of its lawyers used ChatGPT to write a court brief.

  • The document had included references to some cases and opinions that didn’t exist.

  • The lawyer said he had “no

Arizona judge declines to sanction Kari Lake, legal team to conduct in election challenge case

Arizona judge declines to sanction Kari Lake, legal team to conduct in election challenge case

A Maricopa County judge declined to award sanctions sought by county lawyers against Republican Kari Lake and her legal team after a three-day trial that confirmed Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs’ election victory.

Lake, who has been fighting to overturn the

Ban on the Operation of Bike- Taxi is bad in law- An analysis of the Maharashtra Government’s decision – The RMLNLU Law Review Blog

Ban on the Operation of Bike- Taxi is bad in law- An analysis of the Maharashtra Government’s decision – The RMLNLU Law Review Blog

By- Kumar Aditya


INTRODUCTION

Maharashtra and states like, Delhi and Karnataka jumped on the bandwagon banning the operation of bike taxis in their respective jurisdictions. Karnataka banned the operation of the bike-taxis way back in 2016. Thereafter, many state governments

The Supreme Court avoids ruling on law shielding internet companies from being sued for what users post

The Supreme Court avoids ruling on law shielding internet companies from being sued for what users post

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Thursday sided with Google, Twitter and Facebook in lawsuits seeking to hold them liable for terrorist attacks. But the justices sidestepped the big issue hovering over the cases, the federal law that shields