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By Rahul Goel
On 24 August 2017, a nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India (Supreme Court) declared privacy as a fundamental right protected under the Indian Constitution (Privacy Judgment).
By Bharat Budholia
If one looks back at the progress of human kind- one will see that every step forward was always greeted with great scepticism.
By Anshuman Sakle
The Indian merger control regime has evolved substantially over the years since its introduction in June 2011.
By Aditya Mehta, Percival Billimoria
Published here is Part II of the blog piece on the Indra Sawhney Case, which examines in-depth, the case of Indra Sawhney, the use of ‘caste' as a factor in determining backwardness for the purpose of reservation, ...
By Aditya Mehta, Percival Billimoria
This is the third blog piece in our series entitled "Those Were the Days", which is published monthly.
By Rahul Goel
In the Budget Speech for the financial year 2016-17, the Government of India proposed its vision to strengthen Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) engaged in the Oil and Gas Sectors (OGS)...
By Anshuman Sakle
Price fixing arrangements strike at the very heart of antitrust violations since they go against the accepted norm of price being determined by market forces.
By Anshuman Sakle, Bharat Budholia
Further, if producers hired non-members, there were instances of the Artists' Associations stalling shoots, levying penalties and issuing non-cooperative directives.
By Rishabh Shroff
Three years ago, India's Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, had expressed his desire to see India amongst the top 50 nations in terms of ease of doing business.
By Smruti Patnaik
The Income Tax Act, 1961 (IT Act) contains several provisions to prevent tax evasion.
By Shruti Rajan
Technological innovation is the new normal in the financial services sector.
By Percival Billimoria, Ankoosh Mehta
This post deals with Securities Exchange Board of India's (SEBI) interpretation of the term UPSI arising from the alleged insider trading by HLL in its purchase of shares of BBLIL.
By Smruti Patnaik
A ‘Fixed Place PE' relates to a non-resident entity having a fixed place of business in the source country. But certain tax treaties also provide for a ‘Service PE'.
By Asim Abbas
Most frequent fliers would have been familiar with the requirement to power off personal electronic devices (PEDs) for the duration of domestic flights.
By Smruti Patnaik
The real estate industry has experienced unprecedented growth in the past couple of decades