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Humour

When a lawyer tells his clients he has a sliding fee schedule what he means is that after he bills you it’s financially hard to get back on your feet.  

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Being the Charming Charm

The expression “Old-World Charm”, what does it really mean? How do we picture it our minds when we have not had the opportunity to live in those times. I suppose the movies set in those periods would give some idea but would it help to

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Human Genome And Patent Law In India

Biotechnology is a rapidly growing field in which new products and services are developed from an increasingly complex and cumulative set of underlying technologies. The sequencing of genes, identifying their functions and mutations, creating systems to selectively express, regulating or silencing genes, predicting protein structures

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Use Of Internet In Legal Practice

The past decade has seen a revolution in information systems, which has affected the entire business world. Legal practice is no exception, the immediate and constant flow of relevant information to the right legal users at the right time has become the backbone of legal

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Humour- Accident

A lawyer was walking down the street and saw an auto accident. He rushed over, started handing out business cards, and said, “I saw the whole thing. I’ll take either side.”  

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Humour-Criminal gets arrested

When a person assists a criminal in breaking the law before the criminal gets arrested, we call him an accomplice. When a person assists a criminal in breaking the law after the criminal gets arrested, we call him a defense lawyer.

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DNA Fingerprinting And Indian Evidence Act

Recently the Indian Evidence (Amendment) Bill, 2003 has been proposed on the recommendation of the 185th Law Commission Report. The bill provides for DNA tests in paternity disputes. DNA Fingerprinting is one of the latest forms of forensic evidence, which uses substance from which chromosomes

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Attack on opposition leaders: Cambodia court charges 3

In the incident of beating of two opposition lawmakers, a Cambodian court has charged three men. The three accused were charged with two counts of intention to commit violence and one count of intention to commit property damage. The lawmakers, Nhoy Chamreoun and Kong Sakphea