DALAM PERKARA INKUES TERHADAP KEMATIAN CHANDRAN PERUMAL; SI MATI  2 SMC 1
MAHKAMAH KHAS KORONER, KUALA LUMPUR
AHMAD BACHE Kr
[INKUES NO: 65A-02-04-2014]
16 JANUARI 2015
PROSEDUR JENAYAH: Inkuiri Koroner - Inkues - Kematian semasa dalam tahanan polis - Punca kematian - Sama ada si mati mempunyai masalah tekanan darah tinggi - Sama ada si mati diberi ubat-ubatan semasa dalam tahanan - Sama ada si mati dihantar ke hospital untuk rawatan segera - Sama ada tandas dan tempat tidur disediakan dalam lokap - Sama ada persekitaran si mati mendorong kematiannya - Laporan pakar patologi - Sama ada si mati mengalami kecederaan sebelum kematiannya - Sama ada kematian si mati dapat dielakkan
KETUA PENGARAH JABATAN HAL EHWAL ORANG ASLI & ANOR v. MOHAMAD NOHING (BATIN KAMPUNG BUKIT ROK) & ORS AND ANOTHER APPEAL  9 CLJ 309
COURT OF APPEAL, PUTRAJAYA
MOHD ZAWAWI SALLEH JCA, VERNON ONG LAM KIAT JCA, ABDUL RAHMAN SEBLI JCA
[CIVIL APPEALS NO: C-01-45-02-2013 & C-01-85-03-2013]
13 OCTOBER 2015
LAND LAW: Customary land - Right to - Notice of eviction to Semelai aboriginal people - Whether Semelais were identifiable native aborigine group - Whether native customary rights extended to areas of lands used for hunting, roaming and foraging - Whether continuous occupation over disputed land shown - Whether there was sufficient measure of control to prevent strangers from interfering on land - Whether alienation legal
NATIVE LAW AND CUSTOM: Land dispute - Customary rights over land - Extinguishment of - Whether only by way of clear and unambiguous legislation - Whether gazetted Malay Reserve Land takes precedence over customary title - Whether Malay Reservations Enactment 1913 and Malay Reservations Enactment 1933 provide for Malay Reserve Land to take precedence over customary title - Whether Malay Reserve Land encroached upon customary land
Uber rape case: Cab driver Shiv Kumar Yadav found guilty, faces life imprisonment
More than 10 months after a 25-year-old woman was raped and sexually assaulted inside a radio taxi in the national capital, a fast-track court in Delhi Tuesday convicted cab driver Shiv Kumar Yadav, holding him guilty on charges of rape and endangering the life of the victim. Yadav, a former driver of Uber taxi service, faces a maximum punishment of life imprisonment.
Chevron loses long-running battle with ATO, faces multimillion-dollar tax bill
Oil giant Chevron loses landmark profit-shifting case
Multinational oil giant Chevron has been hit with a tax bill of about $300 million after losing a landmark profit-shifting case that could have global implications for the way tax is assessed. The Australian Tax Office's case in the Federal Court case has been closely watched by the tax and business community, and will give the ATO greater confidence to challenge other multinationals about their tax affairs.
Fatty agreements are to be avoided
Aspirational statements should not be in an agreement
Interpreting a clause in an employment contract or enterprise agreement should be a straight forward exercise for the parties who drafted or negotiated it. Unfortunately, many agreements are not drafted with clarity and precision and do not reflect a true meeting of minds. To settle a dispute with a union or to give a good impression to a prospective employee, words of comfort are included in agreements. To cover different permutations that may arise, more detail is included in the agreement. Sometimes, there is more than one drafter having input into the document. The output may be a dog's breakfast or less than ideal.
Trade Marks - Parallel Imports: When is an import not a parallel?
Importer not permitted to re-brand medicinal product when importing it into UK
The High Court of England and Wales has ruled, in parallel import case Flynn Pharma v Drugsrus, that the importer was not permitted to re-brand a medicinal product from 'Epanutin' (Pfizer) to 'Phenytoin Sodium Flynn' when importing it into the UK. The UK marketing authorisation had been sold to a third party (Flynn), who had no control over product placed on the market elsewhere in the EU.
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