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January 2018 Archives

Understanding public interest litigation in India

Public interest litigation (PIL) is an important concept in the Indian legal system. In a society with high income disparity and an ingrained caste system, PILs function as a means of supporting marginalized groups and giving voice to the common man.

How to make an employee arbitration agreement work for you

You've probably seen one before. You get offered a new job, and your human resources liaison hands you a stack of documents to sign. Tucked away in the pile is an employment arbitration agreement--an innocuous-looking form which essentially states that if you have a legal dispute with your employer, you'll agree to deal with it through arbitration (rather than litigation). "That's fine," you think. After all, everyone at the company seems perfectly honest and respectful--you don't anticipate any problems at all.

What happens when your ex-spouse moves abroad with your kids?

If, following a divorce, your spouse decides to move to another country, they may encounter legal hurdles if they try to take your child with them. International child custody cases can arise in a variety of scenarios. They commonly occur when:

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