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Q3 2020 witnessed 173 Private equity (PE) investments worth USD 7.5 billion...
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
The devastating nature of the COVID-19 outbreak has impaired economies, business and companies all around the world.
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
Trademark Rectification or trademark cancellation refers to the process through which a person applies for removal of a registered trademark from the Register of Trademarks.
HSA Advocates
In order to recalibrate the Minimum Public Shareholding (MPS) requirements for listed companies which are presently going under Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process (CIRP)...
Singhania & Partners LLP, Solicitors and Advocates
Nearly after a decade of deciding that an arbitration clause contained in an unstamped or deficiently stamped contract, is not valid and hence not enforceable until ...
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
Trademark Opposition is an intrinsic stage involved in the process of trademark registration in India.
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
The Indian Trademark Law specifically prohibits registration of certain trademarks in India. Such trademarks which are not registerable in India are those which lack distinctiveness...
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
Section 39 of the Indian Patents Act, 1970 lays down provision about obtaining of Foreign Filing License or FFL of Patent in India.
TMT Law Practice
Video games, as a form of entertainment, has existed for more than half a century now. Spacewar, created by MIT student Steven Russel in 1961, is considered the first ever video game.
AKS Partners
The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade ("DPIIT") on 18 September 2019 released Press Note 4 of 2019 ("Press Note 4").
Ikigai Law
India has taken steps in quick succession to liberalise its private space industry. In June 2020, the government approved the setting up of the Indian National Space Promotion and Authorisation Centre
Ikigai Law
Ikigai Law advised Pixxel Space, an Indian space-tech startup, in contract negotiations for its forthcoming satellite launches aboard a SpaceX Falcon-9 and a Russian Soyuz space craft.
Ikigai Law
The Department of Space recently released a draft Spacecom Policy 2020, along with the draft Norms, Guidelines and Procedures for the implementation of the Spacecom Policy
Ikigai Law
The Ministry of Defence recently released the Defence Acquisition Procedure 2020 with several new amendments and a stronger push for indigenisation. In this piece, we provide an overview
Ikigai Law
The Ministry of Defence has taken several measures to boost self-reliance in defence manufacturing. However, there are several challenges facing India in its pursuit of self-reliance. In this piece
Ikigai Law
The Ministry of Civil Aviation recently released the discussion draft of the National Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Traffic Management Policy, seeking to create the required infrastructure for UAS
Ikigai Law
The Department of Space of the Indian government released a draft ‘Space Remote Sensing Policy 2020' and ‘Norms, Guidelines and Procedures to implement the Space RS Policy 2020' in November 2020.
Ikigai Law
In September 2019, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology ("MeitY") appointed a committee of experts ("Committee") to recommend a framework to regulate non-personal data...
Ikigai Law
In the previous article in the series, we discussed how battery and charging technology is evolving and increasing adoption of electric vehicles (EV) worldwide. However, there are other issues that...
Ikigai Law
This piece has been authored by Janarth Visvanathan, Associate, with inputs from Anirudh Rastogi, Managing Partner at Ikigai Law.
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