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By Pathik Choudhury
The Hon'ble Apex Court in the case of Employee's State Insurance Corporation V. Venus Alloy Pvt. Ltd. on 5th February, 2019 held that Directors of Company, who are receive remuneration, shall come within the purview of ...
By Ritika Khatua
The Constitution of India confirms the social dignity of an Indian Citizen by underpinning the fundamental rights. Right to ‘Equality', ‘Freedom', ‘Cultural and Educational rights', ‘Freedom of religion' and ‘Constitutional remedies' ...
By Rajesh Sivaswamy
This perhaps sums up the on-going conundrum surrounding angel tax in India.
By Sindhuja Kashyap
More than 30 years of law governing concerns of the customer is today facing various issues due to emergence of global trade and rapid development of e-commerce market.
By Divyadeep Manu, Raghav Gaind
As per the CSC Convention and section 4 of the Act, the liability of an operator would be strict based on the principle of no fault liability.
By Shreya Dasgupta
DIPP has moreover prohibited sale of any product exclusively on one e-commerce marketplace.
By Rajdev Singh, Deepika Kumari
Hon'ble National Company Law Appellate Tribunal in the case of Binani Industries Limited V. Bank of Baroda & Anr. on November 14, 2018 along with other connected matters has pronounced its ruling ...
By Sindhuja Kashyap
The e-commerce marketplace entity is restricted from mandating any seller to sell any product exclusively on their platform.
By Rajesh Sivaswamy, Sindhuja Kashyap
"It is easy to get a thousand prescriptions, but hard to get one single remedy" so goes a popular Chinese proverb which succinctly summaries the pharmacy market in India and the debate surrounding e-pharmacies.
By Sindhuja Kashyap
Government of India brought into force The Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Act, 2017 (the "MBA 2017") which was considered a progressive move ushering much needed labour reform.
By Vaidya Gopikrishnan
The Developer further rebutted that only upon such verification by the concerned relevant authorities that the said plots were included in the list prepared by DTCP.
By Raghav Gaind, Pawan Khatri
It will also add to lower India's ease of doing business in the global context due to the lack of transparent and clear tax laws.
By Sindhuja Kashyap, Mohana Roy
In case of cash flow insolvency the company is unable to pay debt as it falls due and in balance sheet insolvency the total liability exceeds its realisable assets.
By Rajeev Rambhatla
The Delhi High Court in its recent judgement in the case of Christian Louboutin Sas vs Nakul Bajaj and Ors., held that an E-commerce platform cannot claim to be an Intermediary under Section 79 of the Information Technology Act, 2000 ...