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UK GC on pvt practice V in-house | SEBI to track call-records | Katju unimpressed with Pak SC | EU to ACT(A)? | Samsung V Apple: Samsung wins | B&B AIBE RTI clarification kudos

UK-based general counsel Brett Farrell explains how a move from private practice to in-house roles means evolving from providing all legal information to providing a conclusive legal opinion for business; The opinion will nevertheless be challenged by businessmen [The Lawyer]

SEBI obtains gov't approval for using phone call-records in evidence for proving allegations in insider trading investigations; hesitant to use wire-tapping which monitors telephone and internet conversation [Firstpost]

Katju says Pakistan SC “flouted all canons of constitutional jurisprudence” by instituting corruption proceedings against Pakistan president and removing prime minister from office [The Hindu]

European parliament experiences divide over EU's international Anti-Counterfeiting and Trade Agreement (ACTA) as some feel it will force ISPs to act as internet’s police force [PC World]

Dutch court rules that Apple violates Samsung's technical communications patent in some of its devices including some iPhone and iPad versions [Wall Street Journal]

Respect to Bar and Bench for correction and LI attribution on AIBE / Rainmaker story [Bar and Bench]

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