I’d buy this 7.5% yield for my Stocks and Shares ISA today Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! Enter Your Email Address When Britain comes out of lockdown, we’re going to be in a pretty severe recession. I want to buy strong companies for my Stocks and Shares ISA that are well set up for this weak economic environment.I believe I’ve found a great option in RBG Holdings (LSE:RBGP). It owns the leading UK law firm Rosenblatt, which deals with white collar crime, financial fraud cases, and dispute resolution.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Its £57m market-cap is at the lower end that I’d be happy to buy for my Stocks and Shares ISA. It’s not listed on the FTSE 100 or FTSE 250. Instead it’s listed on AIM, the growth-focused section of London’s flagship stock market.A lot to likeSo why have I got my eye on this share for my Stocks and Shares ISA? Rosenblatt employees own more than 20% of its shares, which makes for a strong internal incentive to build shareholder value. CEO Nicola Foulston says this is a key part of her strategy to motivate her people.I particularly like RBGP’s very strong balance sheet. Crucially, it has no debt so it can spend its operating capital on growing the business and not on servicing loans. It also has a handy cash pile of £2m with £42m of assets. Also, profits are up 27% and the company reported a strong set of figures in April covering the period to the end of December 2019.Then there’s that 7.5% dividend yield. That would compound very nicely in my Stocks and Shares ISA. As good investors, we can build up our ISAs towards the magic £1m number by picking high-yield dividend stocks. It’s certainly a lot easier to gain compound interest with a portfolio paying 7.5% than, say, 2.5%.Investing post-CovidI also think the future is bright for RBGP, while the UK economy faces dark days ahead. I think there’s going to be no shortage of work for this professional services law firm.One high-profile case Rosenblatt worked on recently was for FTSE 250 firm Stobart, the owner of Southend Airport, in a bitter boardroom battle that saw the chief executive of the business sacked, to significant shareholder dismay.And the number of dispute resolution cases like this, in which Rosenblatt specialises, will only grow as distressed business numbers grow. Stark analysis revealed in May 2020 by trade body the Corporate Finance Network, found that 61% of 16,000 SMEs had applied for the UK government’s Covid Business Interruption Loan Scheme. Only 9% had been accepted. Just a tiny percentage said they would be able to meet their tax liabilities in six months’ time. To that point, I’ve also invested recently in insolvency and turnaround companies like Begbies Traynor, Manolete Partners and FRP Advisory.UndervaluedI think RBGP’s significantly undervalued at the moment. If you had bought shares in 2018, when the company made £3m pre-tax profit on £12.5m revenue, you’d have paid a high price of 18 times earnings. This year, the P/E ratio is significantly reduced: to 9.5 times earnings. In that time Rosenblatt has vastly improved its pre-tax profit, to £7.65m, and grown its revenue to £19.5m.Rising earnings and profits? Check. High yield dividend? Check. Low price tag for the shares? Check. I’d definitely buy this for my Stocks and Shares ISA. 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Over the past 12 months, shares in Royal Dutch Shell (LSE: RDSB) have outperformed the BP (LSE: BP) share price. Shell has returned nearly 8%, excluding dividends paid to investors, while shares in BP have only added 4%. However, past performance should never be used as a guide to future potential. So, which company would I buy for the next five to 10 years? 5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…BP share price outlook I’m pretty optimistic about the outlook for the BP share price. It’s clear to me the world is steadily moving away from oil and gas towards more renewable energy sources. In my opinion, companies need to get with the trend, or they risk being left behind. BP is doing just that. The company plans to invest tens of billions of dollars over the next few years to increase its renewable energy generation substantially. I think this is the right decision. It could futureproof the business and help protect growth for years to come. Of course, there’s a risk that the company may spend much of this money for less return than hoped for. If oil and gas remain primary power sources for the world for longer than expected, management may regret spending so heavily on renewable projects. I feel that’s a considerable risk hanging over the BP share price right now. The challenge for ShellShell’s renewable energy ambitions are nowhere near as large as those of BP. The company aims to double the electricity it sells, delivering the equivalent of more than 50m households with renewable electricity by 2030. Meanwhile, BP wants to increase its output more than 10-fold to 50GW by 2030. Further, BP has laid out plans to be a net-zero business by 2050. Shell had plans to hit the same target but was recently told by a Dutch court that its agenda didn’t go far enough. The company’s strategy was attacked for being “not concrete and is full of conditions.“Still, while Shell’s plans might not be as ambitious as BP’s, the company could benefit if oil and gas remain a crucial component of the global energy mix. The BP share price could underperform Shell’s if that turns out to be the case. The company also owns one of Europe’s most extensive energy trading operations, which gives it a substantial competitive advantage over competitors and unrivalled market access. These qualities could enable the business to navigate the headwinds facing the sector better than its peer. Which company to buy? Considering all of the above, if I had to choose between Shell and BP, I’d pick the latter. BP has been producing renewable energy for several decades, and I think it has more experience in the sector. I’m also encouraged by the company’s ambitious growth plans over the next few years. While I’m aware that a strategy of diving headfirst into renewable energy comes with its own challenges, I think the potential for reward more than outweighs these risks. That’s why I’d buy BP today. 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The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group By David PaulsenPosted Jan 16, 2020 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Rector Pittsburgh, PA Tags Curate Diocese of Nebraska Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Press Release Service TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Rector Martinsville, VA Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Rector Bath, NC Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL A photo shared to Marquette Area Public Schools’ Facebook page in 2015 shows a sign that features Marquette Senior High School’s nicknames and its former Indian chief logo. The logo has since been phased out.[Episcopal News Service] Episcopalians in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are joining calls for a local high school to change its nicknames, which many consider derogatory toward Native Americans.Northern Michigan Bishop Rayford Ray wrote a letter Jan. 3 to the school board in Marquette calling for an end to the use of “Redmen” and “Redettes” at Marquette Senior High School, and the Rev. Lydia Kelsey Bucklin, Ray’s canon to the ordinary for discipleship and vitality, spoke in favor of changing the nicknames at a tense school board meeting on Jan. 6.“The ‘Redmen’ and ‘Redette’ nicknames are not only hurtful to indigenous members of the community, but to all who believe in human dignity, freedom and justice,” Ray said in his letter. “We are called to recognize an injustice, to educate each other about the nature of this injustice and to follow the lead of local indigenous leaders who recognize how to heal this unnecessary trauma.”Of the 12 federally recognized Native American tribes based in Michigan, five are in the state’s sparsely populated Upper Peninsula. Marquette, overlooking Lake Superior and home to Northern Michigan University, is the Upper Peninsula’s largest city, with a population of about 21,000, though only a few hundred Marquette residents report Native American heritage, according to census data.Last year, the Marquette school board asked a special committee to research the high school’s nicknames. The committee collected evidence that the nicknames were offensive, harmful to Native American students and not universally embraced by the student body, and it recommended changing the nicknames.“A change to a culturally appropriate nickname and mascot common across all seven schools within the Marquette Area Public Schools might serve as a rallying point and a point of pride,” the committee said in its report, presented to the school board on Dec. 16.A photo on the Marquette Senior High School website shows the school’s current logo, a bold red “M.”Dozens of people attended the board’s next meeting on Jan. 6, and they reportedly spoke for more than three hours, some defending the nicknames and others opposing them. Defenders argued that “Redmen” originated not as a racial slur but as a tribute to the crimson red of Harvard University, which was a former superintendent’s alma mater. Even so, the school long embraced the racial connotations of “Redmen” by featuring an Indian chief’s head as its logo, until that image was phased out a few years ago and replaced with a bold red “M.” Opponents say the nicknames need to be retired as well.“For us, it really is just this basic recognition of the need to respect the dignity of every human being,” Bucklin told Episcopal News Service, referencing the baptismal covenant in the Book of Common Prayer.Bucklin’s comments at the Jan. 6 school board meeting in opposition to the nicknames also were rooted in her personal history. The Diocese of Northern Michigan is based in Marquette, and Bucklin attended Marquette Senior High School in the 1990s, when her father, the Rev. James Kelsey, worked as the diocese’s ministry development coordinator. He later served as bishop until his death in 2007.In 1998, during Bucklin’s senior year, she was editor of the student newspaper. She and her fellow students devoted one issue that year to questioning the appropriateness of the “Redmen” mascot and nickname.That year, the school board voted to retire the logo, but the decision didn’t last long. A backlash in the community led to the election of new board members, Bucklin said, who voted to reverse course and keep the “Redmen” nickname and logo.The ongoing debate in Marquette echoes conversations happening across the United States over Indian mascots. While some communities are reluctant to give up such mascots, critics argue they glorify racial stereotypes, objectify indigenous people and amount to a form of cultural identity theft by teams and fan bases that often are largely non-Native.The most widely discussed case is that of the NFL’s Washington Redskins, whose owners have adamantly refused to stop using a racial slur as the team’s name despite protests and pressure from Native American groups and their supporters. Other professional teams have been somewhat responsive to such complaints. The Cleveland Indians baseball team, while keeping its name, chose after the 2018 season to retire as its mascot a Native American caricature known as “Chief Wahoo.”Colleges generally have phased out references to Native Americans in their mascots and nicknames since a 2005 NCAA ban on the practice. The University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, for example, is now known as the Fighting Hawks after deciding to end the use of its Fighting Sioux nickname in 2012.“Rather than honoring Native peoples, these caricatures and stereotypes contribute to a disregard for the personhood of Native peoples,” the National Congress of American Indians, an advocacy group, said in a 2013 report. “Widely consumed images of Native American stereotypes in commercial and educational environments slander, defame, and vilify Native peoples, Native cultures and tribal nations, and continue a legacy of racist and prejudiced attitudes.”Such arguments also apply to American high schools, where mascots have commonly drawn on Native American imagery. A USA Today Network report on Wisconsin school mascots noted in 2018 that dozens of schools had eliminated Indian mascots since the 1980s, but 31 such mascots remained in the state.A Capital News Service report in 2013 counted at least 63 high schools in the country that still call themselves “Redskins,” and one of those schools is Paw Paw High School in lower Michigan. Last year, the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan filed a complaint over the school’s mascot, and the U.S. Department of Education is investigating, according to MLive.The ACLU’s complaint warned that the use of the nickname was creating a “racially hostile educational environment.”In 2017, a state senator from Detroit proposed legislation that would have banned racially insensitive mascots in Michigan, but the bill appears to have stalled after being referred to a Senate committee.A crowd listens to people speak in favor of and against the proposed discontinued use of the Marquette Senior High School nicknames at a Jan. 6 school board meeting. Photo: Christie Bleck/Mining JournalIn Marquette, the school district’s student body is nearly 90 percent white, and only about 3 percent of Marquette Senior High School students reported Native American heritage, according to demographic data collected by the U.S. Department of Education.After the research committee presented its findings at the school board’s Dec. 16 meeting, high school senior Roxy Sprowl was among those who spoke in favor of the committee’s recommendation of a new nickname, according to a Mining Journal story on the meeting.“In my experience as a Native American student at Marquette Senior High School, I have been told that I don’t deserve anything as a Native person when I step out and say that I don’t support the mascot,” Sprowl said. “I am told that I don’t deserve to be here.”Chris Swartz, tribal council president of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, also spoke at that meeting. “It’s time to change the name,” he said.The school board has yet to act on the committee’s recommendations. The issue wasn’t on the agenda of the Jan. 6 meeting, though residents flooded the meeting to comment about it anyway.“I think that input is so incredibly important and we need to see and do what is best for our students, and I think this is a great opportunity as a community to really show what we stand for and to show how you can work on complex issues and resolve those issues,” School Board President Rich Rossway told WLUC-TV after the board’s Jan. 6 meeting. Its next scheduled meeting is Jan. 27.Bucklin told ENS that the debate in Marquette comes at a time when the Diocese of Northern Michigan is stepping up its efforts to confront The Episcopal Church’s historic complicity with systematic oppression of Native American tribes. The diocese and its churches also have worked to build closer relationships with the tribes that are based in the Upper Peninsula.In 2018, the diocese received a United Thank Offering grant of $30,000 for an initiative called “Walking Together: Finding Common Ground Through Racial Reconciliation.” The initiative entails “listening and learning sessions” with tribal members as well as a traveling exhibit focused on Native American history.In listening to tribal members, Bucklin said, Episcopalians have learned firsthand of their opposition to Indian mascots and nicknames. “For this local issue [at Marquette Senior High School] to bubble up in the midst of all of that feels like it’s really appropriate for us to speak out in favor of changing the name.”– David Paulsen is an editor and reporter for Episcopal News Service. 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Facebook Twitter The Trump Administration will scale back hardship waivers under the Renewable Fuel Standard, according to Reuters. A source tells Reuters that the move includes counting ethanol exports towards biofuel usage quotas set under the RFS. The move seeks to ease tension between the oil and corn industries which have been at odds for months regarding the RFS, including multiple White House meetings. The corn industry, however, considers the exports action against the law, arguing that the RFS quota is for domestic use, not international. Biofuels groups say the move could spark further trade tensions. But, the action by the White House would also allow for year-round sales of E15, a win for ethanol producers.Regarding the hardship waivers, which Senator Chuck Grassley says is taking away corn demand, the Senator says he will call for Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt’s resignation if he pushes changes that “permanently cut ethanol by billions of gallons.” By Hoosier Ag Today – May 15, 2018 Trump Exploring Exports Under RFS, Scaling Back Hardship Waivers, E15 Sales Facebook Twitter Previous articleProposed Tariff Hearings Underway in WashingtonNext articleFarmers Union Urges USDA to Proactively Address Farm Suicide Crisis Hoosier Ag Today Home Energy Trump Exploring Exports Under RFS, Scaling Back Hardship Waivers, E15 Sales SHARE SHARE
INSISTING that the bye-laws in relation to derelict sites need to be vigorously enacted, Limerick Chamber says that where it is difficult to establish ownership, a mechanism must be developed to enable the council to enforce the legislation that is in place, to ensure that the visual appearance of the city is improved.The Chamber’s concerns are not reserved solely for the city’s more ugly derelict buildings.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Twitter NewsLocal NewsBye-laws on derelict sites must be enacted-ChamberBy admin – October 13, 2010 465 Advertisement Facebook Print Linkedin WhatsApp Email Referring to Limerick’s stock of Georgian buildings, it says: “It is outstanding by international standards, and the current level of deterioration and dereliction of some of this stock is not acceptable”.The Chamber is also calling for the removal of the glut of unused business signage on vacant and derelict buildings throughout the city.“This signage is unsightly and bye-laws should be enforced to ensure that it is removed, and also to ensure that premises throughout the city are maintained in accordance with regulations,” says a spokesperson, who acknowledges that with the current funding pressure that local governments are operating under, it might be feasible to enter into partnership with Eco-Unesco to run educational awareness programmes or to link in with the Department of the Environment’s ENFO programme.“We are happy to support the council in enforcing current legislation and introducing new bye-laws to ensure that our city is presented in the best possible manner- we will do everything we can to support initiative in the future to ensure that the business community get involved and play their part”. Previous article‘Teresa was never asked to leave’Next articleMiners see the light admin
Email Facebook WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Linkedin Advertisement Twitter REPRO FREESchool Bands Spectacular took flight at Shannon Airport as over 170 students took centre-stageTuesday 3 March 2020: Over 170 primary school students from Clare and Limerick took to the stage at Shannon Airport for a musical school band spectacular that had passengers and staff on their toes in the terminal building.Students from Ennis National School and St. Fiannachta’s National School, Sixmilebridge in Co. Clare, and Milford National School in Limerick descended on the airport terminal for the seventh annual Schools Band Spectacular.Welcoming them to the airport, Andrew Murphy, Managing Director, Shannon Airport, a Shannon Group company said: “We have been hosting the Schools Band Spectacular for seven years and we really look forward to it. It’s a fixture in our calendar and another opportunity for us to deepen our relationship with the community.“The event is all about providing an opportunity for children to play music for and with their peers and there were plenty of passengers and guests enjoying it all as well. There’s always great excitement among children when they get to Shannon Airport. It’s a fun day for us as much as it is for the students.”Pictured is Andrew Murphy, Managing Director Shannon Airport with students from Milford National School. Pic Arthur Ellis.Over 170 primary school students from Clare and Limerick took to the stage at Shannon Airport for a musical school band spectacular that had passengers and staff on their toes in the terminal building.Students from Ennis National School and St. Fiannachta’s National School, Sixmilebridge in Co. Clare, and Milford National School in Limerick descended on the airport terminal for the seventh annual Schools Band Spectacular.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Welcoming them to the airport, Andrew Murphy, Managing Director, Shannon Airport, a Shannon Group company said: “We have been hosting the Schools Band Spectacular for seven years and we really look forward to it. LimerickNewsLimerick School Bands took flight at Shannon AirportBy Meghann Scully – March 4, 2020 510 “It’s a fixture in our calendar and another opportunity for us to deepen our relationship with the community.“The event is all about providing an opportunity for children to play music for and with their peers and there were plenty of passengers and guests enjoying it all as well.“There’s always great excitement among children when they get to Shannon Airport. It’s a fun day for us as much as it is for the students.” he added. Print TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostShannon airport RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival WhatsApp Previous articleMunster Girls Schools Senior Hockey Final to be streamed liveNext articleChamber welcome for Limerick City and County Council city centre intent Meghann Scully Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live
Twitter Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers By News Highland – January 7, 2013 HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme Facebook Google+ WhatsApp Twitter Facebook The CEO of Donegal Local Development Company says anyone who claims that Donegal people are whinging or playing the poor mouth is ignoring the truth of the level of deprivation in the county.In a special feature on Donegal’s unemployment and dependency levels in today’s Irish Times Caoimhin Mc Aoigh says in the 17 years he has been at the helm of DLDC, he has never seen the county come anywhere other than last in any socio economic deprivation statistics.Mr Mc Aoidh says there is an abundance of community groups and development organisations working together in the county, but there is no national strategy for Donegal, and no commitment to targeted investment………[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/caomh1.mp3[/podcast] Pinterest Previous articleBuncrana ranked eighth in IBAL 2012 Litter SurveyNext articleGardai reiterate appeal as progress is made in Aghilly investigation News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News Google+ Pinterest DLDC says Donegal needs a focussed development strategy Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released WhatsApp Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry
Top StoriesAllahabad HC Seeks Report On Scheme Prepared By BCI & State Bar Council To Provide Financial Assistance To Advocates In Distress [Read Order] Akshita Saxena15 April 2020 6:56 AMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court has sought a detailed report from both the Bar Council of India as well as the UP State Bar Council regarding the modalities of the scheme that has been formulated by them to provide financial assistance to the Advocates in dire need. The direction was made by a division bench of Chief Justice Govind Mathur and Justice Siddhartha Varma while hearing of a…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Allahabad High Court has sought a detailed report from both the Bar Council of India as well as the UP State Bar Council regarding the modalities of the scheme that has been formulated by them to provide financial assistance to the Advocates in dire need. The direction was made by a division bench of Chief Justice Govind Mathur and Justice Siddhartha Varma while hearing of a case registered suo moto- In Re: Assistance To The Needy Advocates And Registered Advocate Clerks. When the court had first taken cognizance of the issue, it had called upon the Bar Council of India, Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh, UP Law Ministry, Allahabad High Court Bar Association, Allahabad High Court Advocate’s Association, and the Awadh Bar Association, to explain the steps taken by them to assist the needy Advocates. During the course of hearing via video conferencing today, the state government informed the bench that sufficient provisions had been made for creating a Fund that may be utilized to support the needy Advocates. “Under Rules 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 44A and 44B of Part VI of “The Bar Council of India Rules”, sufficient provisions had been made for creating a corpus of funds and for their distribution amongst Advocates in times of need,” the court was informed. Pertinently, the above mentioned BCI Rules provide for constitution of a “Bar Council of India Advocates Welfare Committee” and a “Bar Council of India Advocates Welfare Committee for the State” that are responsible for implementation of the Welfare Schemes approved by the Bar Council of India. Specifically, Rule 44B provides for formulation of a scheme for financial assistance to State Bar Councils during natural calamity, etc. The state’s submissions were supported by the Additional Advocate General who submitted that the Bar Council of India as also the State Bar Councils had sufficient funds to cater to the present circumstances. He submitted that the State Government had transferred the money which had been collected by it through the Stamp for the welfare of the Advocates to the Treasury in the State of U.P. for it to be transferred to the relevant accounts. Taking note of these submissions, the High Court has now asked the BCI and the UP State Bar Council to submit a report detailing the modalities of the scheme as aforementioned. “we direct, the Bar Council of India and the Uttar Pradesh Bar Council to produce before the Court through e-mail, the definite procedure by which they have brought into effect the provisions of Rules 44A and 44B of the Bar Council of India Rules contained in Chapter VI. We also expect that the representatives of the Allahabad High Court Bar Association and the Bar Council of India would appear through videoconferencing on the next date and shall also produce before us the schemes which they might have formulated in the meantime,” the court ordered. Inter alia, the court was informed that the Awadh Bar Association had already implemented a temporary scheme for disbursement of certain amounts to lawyers who required financial assistance. As for the next date of hearing scheduled for April 20, the court has asked the representatives of the Allahabad High Court Bar Association and the Bar Council of India to appear through videoconferencing and produce the schemes which they might have formulated in the meantime. Case Details: Case Title: In Re – Assistance To The Needy Advocates And Registered Advocate Clerks Case No.: PIL 569/2020 Quorum: Chief Justice Govind Mathur and Justice Siddhartha Varma Click Here To Download Order Read Order Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
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