The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that race can no longer be used as a basis for college admissions, overturning a longstanding precedent.
A vacation bench of Justices Aniruddha Bose and Rajesh Bindal granted liberty to the two aggregators to request urgent hearing of their pleas by the Delhi HC
The lawsuit may be an important case for trademark law.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Aug. 26 blocked the eviction moratorium enacted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), opening the door for property owners to evict residents behind on rent.
If the government refunds monies to the banks, there would be no impact on the banks but affected borrowers would receive significant relief
This might finally put an end to the year-long Oracle / Google slugfest.
The plea filed has sought for an establishment of an autonomous body headed by a retired IAS officer and others to regulate the digital content on platforms
Barrett is poised to become the most pro-corporate justice on a Supreme Court that is already friendly to big-business interests. But how will that affect small-business owners, freelancers and entrepreneurs?
The narrowing of the definition of financial creditors has threatened the position of guarantors and those who lend basis security
The decision strikes down an Obama-era amendment allowing autodials by debt collectors.
A conversation with StartOut executive director Andres Wydler on how the landmark decision is the beginning of a new era in inclusive innovation.
Though a welcome move, the supreme court's judgment to squash RBI's curb on cryptocurrency transactions through banks does not solve the core problems ailing the industry, say experts
A three-judge SC bench struck down RBI's ban on cryptocurrency saying that the ban was 'disproportionate'
The Supreme Court's decision on adjusted gross revenue will lead to INR 92,000 crore blow for telecom companies.
The Supreme Court recently ruled that both iPhone owners and iOS developers can bring antitrust lawsuits against Apple over its app store practices.