Movement Of Lawyers, Their Staff During Lockdown- “They May Apply For Passes Through Bar Associations”: State Tells MP High Court

first_imgNews UpdatesMovement Of Lawyers, Their Staff During Lockdown- “They May Apply For Passes Through Bar Associations”: State Tells MP High Court Sparsh Upadhyay3 May 2021 11:52 PMShare This – xThe Madhya Pradesh High Court on Monday (May 3) disposed of a plea seeking permission regarding the movement of the junior/associate advocates and regularly employed clerks with the advocate’s offices during COVID-19 Lockdown.The Bench of Chief Justice Mohammad Rafiq and Justice Atul Sreedharan ordered so noting the Government’s submission that concerned advocates, their associate advocates, and clerks may apply either online or offline, for necessary passes on the specified routes for visiting their office, through the Bar AssociationThe plea before the CourtPetitioner on Sunil Gupta, an elected member of the State Bar Council, Madhya Pradesh filed a writ petition praying for a direction to the respondents-authorities for modifying the orders issued under Section 144 of the Cr.P.C. for exempting and permitting the mobility and movement of the junior/associate advocates and regularly employed clerks with the advocate’s offices without any obstructions within the district limits of at least three districts of the State of Madhya Pradesh viz. Jabalpur, Indore and Gwalior.The counsel for the petitioner submitted that the members of the Bar especially at Bhopal and Benches at Jabalpur, Indore, and Gwalior were facing difficulty because the State Government had imposed lockdown/Corona curfew in the State till May 17.It was argued that even if the Courts are functioning by virtual mode, the advocates have to attend their office and their juniors and clerks have also to come to assist them. Further, it was stated that since the restriction had been placed on the movement of citizens everywhere, the Government authorities may be required to issue necessary passes for the advocates, their colleagues/juniors, and advocate clerks to attend their office.State Government’s submissionsThe Government Advocate appearing for the State submitted that the concerned advocates, their associate advocates, and clerks may apply either online or offline, for necessary passes, through their Bar Associations, and thereafter, the concerned District Magistrate shall look into their grievances and do the needful.Court’s orderHaving regard to the statement made by Government Advocate, the Court disposed of the plea with liberty to the advocate(s) concerned to apply to the District Magistrates of Jabalpur, Indore, and Gwalior, through the respective Bar Associations, for passes of the advocates, their juniors and advocate’s clerks to enable them to attend their offices during the ongoing lockdown/Corona curfew, for the specified routes, from their residence to office and vice versa, who shall do the needful in that regard as warranted in law. The writ petition was disposed of accordingly.Case title – Sunil Gupta vs. State of M.P. & others [W.P. No. 9185/2021]Click here To Download OrderRead OrderTagsMovement of Lawyers #Lockdown MP High Court Madhya Pradesh High Court Pass for advocates Next Storylast_img read more

Oteil & Friends Announce NOLA Show During Jazz Fest

first_imgOteil Burbridge has officially announced an Oteil & Friends show in New Orleans during Jazz Fest. On Friday, May 3rd, at the Civic Theatre, the Dead & Company bassist will team up with keyboardist Melvin Seals (Jerry Garcia Band), guitarists Eric Krasno (Lettuce/Soulive) and John Kadlecik (Furthur, Dark Star Orchestra), drummer Adam Deitch (Lettuce, Break Science), trumpeter and vocalist Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band), vocalist Alfreda Gerald, trombonist and vocalist Natalie Cressman (TAB), and percussionist Weedie Braimah (Trombone Shorty, The Nth Power).Pre-sale tickets are available today at 10 am CT with the password “OTEILCIVIC”, while general on-sale opens tomorrow at 11 am CT. Tickets and more information can be found here.Yesterday, Lettuce confirmed their fourth annual RAGE!FEST with Oteil Burbridge and The Soul Rebels for a night to remember on Thursday, May 2nd at the Joy Theatre, also in New Orleans during Jazz Fest.last_img read more

Yankees legend’s house hits the market: Looks to be a home run sale

first_img“Considering that baseball memorabilia is only sold at auction and this is New York Yankee’s Billy Martin’s home of fame I am going to say that this is going to bid above one million dollars,” said Real Estate Auctioneer Michael Derosa. For the first time in 20 years, the 85 acre property is up for sale. It is the same property where Martin housed baseball legend, Mickey Mantle. “Everybody was always bombarding him for his autograph and he probably felt claustrophobic and this house gave him some space for himself,” said Unique Property Broker Michael R. Franklin. The silent auction kicks off on Monday with a $500,000 dollar bid. Bids will run up to the end of the day on July 27. PORT CRANE (WBNG) – Long after his playing and managing days came to an end, Yankees legend, Billy Martin found a home in Port Crane.center_img Martin died in a car crash at the end of his Port Crane driveway on Christmas 1989. Martin is a five-time World Series champion, has his number, one, retired by the Yankees and has a plaque in Monument Park. “This is the type of auction where bidders can bid from all over the world and it’s a sealed bid,” said Derosa. Interested parties can make an initial bid and then schedule an appointment for a tour of the house.last_img read more

Minesto starts $12M share issue pursuit

first_imgSwedish tidal energy developer Minesto has opened the subscription for share rights issue as it aims to raise funds to support upcoming tidal energy activities in Wales and enhance its product range.The share rights issue, approved by Minesto’s Board of Directors on January 24, 2018, will see the company release no more than 36,970,084 of shares, and 9,242,521 warrants.Subscription price per unit is SEK 11.20, and corresponds to SEK 2.80 per share, Minesto said.Minesto plans to raise a little over $12 million (SEK 103.5 million), while the issue could bring in additional $7.7 million (SEK 64.7 million) to Minesto – amounting to the total of $20 million (SEK 168.2 million) before costs if all subscription options are exercised, the company informed.The company has extended the subscription period for the units which now runs from January 30, until February 16, 2018.Minesto said earlier it plans to use the funds ensure the successful completion of the first installation and demonstration of the Deep Green technology in Holyhead Deep, set to go forward later in 2018.Also, the funding will be used for the enhancement of Minesto’s product range, and for site development and market penetration activities in the UK, EU and Taiwan.last_img read more