PP lwn. MOHD FADHLI KHAHARRUDIN  8 CLJ 135
MAHKAMAH TINGGI MALAYA, KUANTAN
HASSAN ABDUL GHANI PK
[RAYUAN JENAYAH NO: 41LB-37-12-2015]
2 JULAI 2016
PILIHAN RAYA: Kesalahan - Memiliki kertas undi luar tempat mengundi - Akta Kesalahan Pilihan Raya 1954, s. 3(1)(h) - Tertuduh mendapat kertas undi buat kali kedua dan menyimpannya - Tertuduh membawa keluar kertas undi dari tempat mengundi untuk mengadu kepada polis - Sama ada niat menghalalkan cara - Sempadan atau lingkungan tempat mengundi - Akta Pilihan Raya 1958, ss. 2 & 7 - Peraturan-Peraturan Pilihan Raya (Penjalanan Pilihan Raya) 1981 - Sama ada perlu dipatuhi oleh setiap pengundi
PROSEDUR JENAYAH: Rayuan - Rayuan terhadap pelepasan dan pembebasan - Rayuan oleh pihak pendakwaan - Akta Kesalahan Pilihan Raya 1954, s. 3(1)(h) - Kesalahan memiliki kertas undi luar tempat mengundi - Sama ada intipati pertuduhan berjaya dibuktikan - Sama ada kes prima facie berjaya dibuktikan - Sama ada tertuduh membangkitkan keraguan munasabah terhadap pertuduhan
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.
Sacked University Professor Wins Right to Compensation
Professor wins right to compensation
Just because an employee is partially to blame for his or her own dismissal does not make it fair. In one case that made that point, a university professor won the right to compensation after a personality clash with his boss led to the loss of his job (Allen v Queen Mary University of London).
ASIC v Cassimatis: What is a director’s liability for a breach of law by the company?
Directors breached duty of care and diligence
The Federal Court has found that the directors of Storm Financial – one of the high profile collapses of the GFC - breached their directors’ duties. Justice Edelman concluded that the directors breached their duty of care and diligence, under section 180 of the Corporations Act, by permitting (or failing to prevent) the Storm Financial model being applied indiscriminately to clients who were retired or near retired with limited income and few assets.
Restrictive covenant breach: £30,000 and injunction for employer
Advisable to set out restrictive covenants
In DLA Piper’s latest case report, the High Court awarded damages of £30,000 and gave an injunction to a company after a former employee breached restrictive covenants by using a combination of customer contact details and information from purchase logs acquired during his employment to poach customers.
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