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Ensouth Our Newsletters

January -2008
 
 
  1. Messages : Managing Partnerís message
  2. Current Law Comment : Quashing Questionable Crimes
                     
      (On the court's power to quash false complaints.)
  3. Topical Comment : Scary Monsters
                        (Directors and Disputes in Private Equity contracts.)
  4. Law News : Contemptuous Quotes
                        (On tarnishing the image of a retired chief justice of India)
 
Managing Partners Message
 

        Itís been a great 2007 for us and we at NDLO South usher in the New Year with good wishes for you. We pray for peace, prosperity, health and good cheer for all our friends, clients, patrons, benefactors and colleagues. 

          In our TOPICAL section, in bringing you Scary Monsters, we return again to the topic of Private Equity contracts and pick up two favorite Promoter boogiemen: external nominee directors with scary agendas and international arbitrations with investors who have deep pockets. 

          Next, in our CURRENT LAW section, yet again we return to the problem of false criminal cases in Quashing Questionable Crimes. This time, we are happy to report that the Calcutta High Court has taken a quite different view from recent trends that abandon the falsely accused to onerous criminal processes.

          Finally, in our LAW NEWS section, we pick up on the tribulations of a recently retired Chief Justice of India in Contemptuous Quotes, and examine the question whether calling a retired judge corrupt constitutes a contempt of court. 

          We still have no workshop announcements. We should be back with our workshops before summer. 

 

Ranjeev C Dubey

 

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