With people tele-everything now because of the Coronavirus, you might be wondering just how certain other situations operate. For example, if you have a court hearing coming up, you might be wondering just how that will work. Having been through the process myself very recently, I can tell you exactly what you need to know to prepare for your court hearing during these most unusual of circumstances.
Last week, the Hague Court of Appeal stated Russia is responsible for paying $50 billion to former Yukos Shareholders. OJSC “Yukos Oil Company” was an oil and gas company based in Moscow, Russia. Yukos was acquired from the Russian government by Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s Bank Menatep during the controversial “loans for shares” auctions of the mid 1990s.
Bone marrow transplants have been used for over 50 years. The first bone marrow transplant was performed in 1956 by Dr E. Donnall Thomas in Cooperstown, New York. This milestone involved identical twins, with bone marrow taken from the healthy twin, and given to the other, who had leukemia. However, this was from a related donor.
Former Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, who had been in power for nearly thirty years, appeared in court in Khartoum, the capital, on charges of corruption and killing. A Sudanese prosecutor said in June that millions of dollars of foreign currency were found in sandbags at Mr. Bashir’s home. He faces other charges. Mr. Bashir’s lawyers dismiss the charges against him as unfounded.
In court testimony, Former South African President Jacob Zuma rejects allegations of crimes and claims to be the target of conspiracies to get him out of the picture. He is accused of corruption and involvement with entrepreneurs who had an influence in his government. Zuma denied a number of accusations against him on Monday. He said that for years he has been the target of conspiracies and attempts to destroy his reputation.