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By Sumeet Kachwaha
If the Supreme Court of India can be berated till date for sanctifying a settlement perceived to be inadequate (a settlement brought about by 5 Judges of the Court in 1989), then it is somewhat unrealistic to expect a Judicial Magistrate to go against the tide.
By Sumeet Kachwaha
The Constitution of India inter alia enshrines certain ‘Fundamental Rights’ which are available and enforceable against the State.
By Sumeet Kachwaha
My talk is in two parts. In the first part I propose to give a bird’s eye view of our nuclear and power sector. In the second part I would like to talk about India’s nuclear liability regime.
In pursuance of its obligations to implement border measures as envisaged in Articles 51 to 60 of the WTO Treaty on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), India has defined the role of the Customs Authorities in combating Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) infringements at the borders (land, sea and air).
By Sumeet Kachwaha, Dharmendra Rautray
What, if any, are the legal requirements of an arbitration agreement under the laws of India?
By Sumeet Kachwaha
My talk focuses on how the Judiciary itself can become a fraught circumstance. Not an underdeveloped, intimidated, cowed down or controlled judiciary but a free, robust, independent and bold judiciary. For, in India the opposite is true.
By Sumeet Kachwaha
The Indian law of arbitration is contained in the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 (Act).
By Sumeet Kachwaha
The Indian Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996 (Act) is faithfully based on the Model Law. The Indian Supreme Court’s interpretation of the law however has been somewhat controversial and (some would say), at variance with the Model Law.
By Ashok Sagar
Tax has fundamental implication on the viability and planning of most projects. A conclusive determination of tax liability is therefore highly desirable.
By Sumeet Kachwaha
A jurisdiction’s credibility as an arbitration friendly one rests primarily on the efficiency and efficacy of its award enforcement regime.
By Sumeet Kachwaha
A jurisdiction’s credibility as an arbitration friendly one rests primarily on the efficiency and efficacy of its award enforcement regime.
By Sumeet Kachwaha
When one looks at the current huzzle and buzzle around privatization of infrastructure in India, it is difficult to imagine that just about six years back, privatization was virtually unknown in India. The story started with the Road sector in the late 1990’s but that too initially was not under the BOT Model. The project was funded by the Government through a 1% cess on diesel.
By Sumeet Kachwaha
Kachwaha & Partners are pleased to present the guide on doing business in India
By Sumeet Kachwaha
Kachwaha & Partners are pleased to present the guide on doing business in India
By Ashok Sagar
Indirect taxation contributes significantly towards government revenues.