Obhan & Associates
Time and again the question has come before the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India ("Supreme Court") on how to determine whether a person is an employee or not.
Singhania & Partners LLP, Solicitors and Advocates
Corona Virus has created an unprecedented situation having devastating impact on the finance of our country.
LexCounsel Law Offices
Non-payment or substantial reduction of wages for the period the Indian industry was closed or operating at limited capacity due to COVID-19 despite the Central Government's order to continue paying wage...
The transfer of a football player from one football club to another, either domestically or internationally, has to be completed according to certain regulations put in place by FIFA and the national federations.
The Hon'ble Supreme Court, on Friday, June 12, 2020, pronounced its order in the matter concerning the petitions filed by private companies challenging the Ministry of Home Affairs...
Impacts of sexual harassment are felt beyond just the harassing interaction.
Vaish Associates Advocates
In this case, the assessee-company launched two beneficial welfare schemes for its employees for encashment of leave.
The Supreme Court of India in Sushilaben Indravadan Gandhi & Anr. v. New India Assurance Company Limited & Ors., has expounded various tests to differentiate between...
Khaitan & Co
It is not an everyday instance for the apex court in the country to adopt a pro employer approach, specifically in a matter pertaining to a disciplinary inquiry initiated against an employee.
The provisions regarding overtime wages, as contained in Section 59 of the Act, shall continue to be applicable without any change.
Section 53 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 ("IBC") provides for the order of priority in which the proceeds from the sale of liquidation assets is to be distributed.
Indian Law on the validity of Trade and Employment Restraints The Indian contract law stipulates that an agreement, which restrains anyone from carrying on a lawful profession...
King, Stubb & Kasiva
Working from home, or telecommuting has become a compulsory (furloughed) norm in the wake of social isolation amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Khaitan & Co
Amidst the prevailing COVID-19 crisis, states are now contemplating taking diverse measures to offset the economic impact and boost investment opportunities.
Phantom Stock Options are becoming increasingly popular as they enable companies to share a portion of their profits or appreciated valuation, thereby incentivising and retaining employees
Currently there are over 40 Labour Law Legislations that are in force in our country.
GameChanger Law Advisors
In this podcast, Samheeta Rao & Amrut Joshi discuss some legal and policy measures that the Government of India could consider taking on account of COVID-19...
Co-working spaces are designed to foster collaboration among their occupants. While collaboration is a great attribute to have in a team, it does have a flipside in an open-access operating environment –
Businesses qualifying as "essential commodity", and thus functioning during the government-mandated lock down, face unprecedented challenges in continuing operations while preventing the spread of infection to and within their workforce.
Nexdigm Private Limited
We are pleased to present the latest edition of Tax Street – our newsletter that covers all the key developments and updates in the realm of taxation in India and across the globe for the month of...