International legal news

Miranda Rights Violation: US

On June 23, 2022, Justice Samuel Alito delivered the majority opinion in the Supreme court of United States, reversing the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit's decision, holding that a Miranda violation does not provide a basis for a §1983 claim.

Venice commission

The Venice Commission, officially known as the European Commission for Democracy through Law, is an advisory body of the Council of Europe, facilitating dialogue between countries on different continents. It is a consultative body which co-operates with member states of the Council of Europe and with non-member states.

UAE New labour laws – 2022

The United Arab Emirates has established new set of Labour laws governing the private sector employment relations. It is designed to enhance employment rights and retain the UAE’s best talented employees.

UN Ocean Conference 2022

The United Nations Ocean conference was met in Lisbon – Portugal cohosted by the Government of Kenya. The five-day conferences on the Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ) Treaty was aimed at laying major structural sustainable developments goals involving green technology and innovative uses of main recourses.

Mikhail Gorbachev- The Gorbachev Era

Gorbachev was born in Privolnoye in southern Russia in 1931 and his family were victims of Stalinist repression. He helped the end of the cold war between US and the USSR and also removed a huge volume of its troops from Soviet occupied Eastern Europe.

Fray of Bills for seizure: Russia v Ukraine assets

The United States of America lawmakers have proposed legislation that would allow the government to seize Russian oligarchs’ yachts, artwork and other assets, and direct funds from their sale toward humanitarian or military aid in Ukraine.