Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud on Thursday observed that there has been a marked departure in judgment writing and judges now refer to a case or precedent by the cause title and not by the name of the judge who authored the concerned judgment..While hearing a case, the CJI revealed that once, after being impressed by a single-judge's order, he mentioned the judge's name in one of his judgments. This verdict, he added, was returned by a brother judge on the bench with a note questioning whether the name of the single-judge should be mentioned at all. He stated that this prompted him to delete the name."However in the times of Justice MC Chagla etc., judges used to refer to cases by judge's name. It is a marked departure indeed," he said.The lawyer appearing in the case added,"Yes the earlier practice added a personal touch to the orders."