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Senior UK lawyers call on Bar Council to make public statement in support of missing opposition candidate
DLA Piper partner Edward Chatterton and colleagues provide a high-level overview of how APAC customs authorities can help brand owners stop counterfeit goods entering a country
UK-based record labels and well-known Pakistani performer Akram Rahi in copyright tussle for 12 songs used on YouTube channel in Birmingham-based court
Love may be in the air but not this Valentine's Day in Pakistan as The Islamabad High Court ruled yesterday (Monday) that all public celebrations of Valentine's day are prohibited with 'immediate effect'.
A suicide bomb attack in Quetta on Monday that targeted a group of mourning lawyers has sparked court boycotts across the country as lawyers call on the Pakistani government to protect their safety.
More than 75 people have been killed in Pakistan in an attack on a hospital where more than 100 lawyers and other civilians had gathered to mourn the death of a prominent local lawyer.
A 700-strong coalition of pious lawyers in Pakistan are offering their expertise and services for free to anyone filing a blasphemy case, complicating Pakistan's tentative steps towards reforming the colonial-era law.
Pakistan's government has conceded the country has no independent industrial safety law to protect workers, despite a grim history of fatal accidents, and no time frame for developing one.
The chief justice of Pakistan has said that the current litigation infrastructure is inadequate and that 90 per cent of cases in district courts are pending.
The Indian state of West Bengal is braced to see a fall in tax revenue this year after Tata Steel, Cadbury and other multinationals challenged one of its tax laws.
A meeting of the Lahore Bar Association to discuss security in the lower courts ended without a decision and after a scuffle broke out between two groups of lawyers.
Hundreds of lawyers have gathered in Karachi to stage a protest following the 'targeted killing' of senior lawyer Kausar Saqlain on Tuesday.
Lawyers have undertaken a complete strike in Pakistan's fourth largest city following the kidnapping and manhandling of a senior lawyer which sparked mass protests.
Pakistan's former president Pervez Musharraf has been denied access to his legal team after they were refused entrance to his farmhouse which has been declared a sub-jail.
Pakistan's President has sacked 18 federal law officers and recruited 23 replacements in an apparent political move that also saw significant changes to the roster of the Lahore Supreme Court made on Monday.