Extending the Fiduciary Duty of Loyalty: Item Software (UK) Ltd v. Fassihi

In Item Software (UK) Ltd v. Fassihi, the Court of Appeal considered two issues. Firstly, it determined whether or not a company director was in breach of his fiduciary duty of loyalty by failing to disclose his own misconduct to the company, and secondly…

Explained: Divorce by mutual consent

Marriage is considered as the union of two souls, a commitment to each other between two persons in an attempt to gain happiness and fulfil societal obligation through performing various rites and ceremonies. It is also considered as a sacrament or a civil contract between two parties. Different views are there of people on marriage, but the sole and common view is that it is a way to…