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Top stories: Vodafone review; Clifford Chance in South Korea; Blogger censorship workshop; Herding Linklaters cats; SC goes easy on Salem & more…

Review filed before SC’s Kapadia: Taxmen on Vodafone’s trail [ET]

Clifford Chance first to put foot in recently opened South Korean door [The Lawyer]

Internet Democracy India to conduct workshop on interaction of Indian IT law with blogspace in Delhi on 25 February 2012. Trainers shall be law and tech blogger Apar Gupta, Documentary filmmaker Bishakha Dutta, journalist Nilanjana Roy with Internet Democracy’s Anja Kovacs [Internet Democracy]

Simon Davies uncontested yet short of votes for global chief position at Linklaters which wants to lose a truckload of senior partners [The Lawyer]

SC stays 2 out of 5 TADA cases against ‘93 blasts accused Abu Salem, respecting Portugal SC’s extradition termination order [Indian Express]

Apple wants Gebrauchsmuster for slide-to-unlock invention. Samsung wants stay. Munnheim court makes both wait till 16 March [Foss Patents]

SC Special Investigation Team on Modi’s Gulbarg kept SC judge and Bom HC judge testimonies off-the-record [NDTV]

US lawmakers concerned for US biz interests question increasing denial of H1B and L1 visas to Indians [ET]

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