Black’s Law Dictionary

Front-running – Applicable to non-intermediaries?

Front-running is an illegal practice where, a stock broker or any other intermediary derives benefit from the advance knowledge of its customer™s trade. Definitions The Eight edition of Black™s law dictionary defines front-running as A broker™s or analyst™s use of non public information to acquire securities or enter into options or future contracts for his or her own benefit, knowing that… Read More

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Public Interest Litigation – An Analysis

By Manisha Sahu Student of LL.M 1st  Year , RML NLU, Lucknow Public-Interest Litigation is a creation of Judiciary. It is a Litigation for the protection of the public interest. In the words of some learned people we can say that public interest litigation in a litigation which can be file in any court of… Read More

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