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While the pandemic continues to influence businesses (especially their bottom lines and other internal budgets), it hasn't necessarily brought intellectual property ideation, protection...
Khaitan & Co
In a recent decision of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai v Ankita Sinha & Others, a three judge bench of Supreme Court of India held that the National Green Tribunal has power to take suo motu cognizance of environmental issues, ...
Singh & Associates
Chapter XX [Sections 118-124] of the Patents Act, 1970, deals with the provisions of penalties.
Singh & Associates
Mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures amongst businesses are well known trends and often considered critical for the growth of a company.
TMF Group BV
India offers enormous opportunities for overseas investors, but it is a large and complex market which needs careful navigation to achieve success.
Phoenix Legal
In recent times, several noteworthy judgments have been rendered by the Indian courts and tribunals in matters involving the insolvency law framework.
Envoy Global, Inc.
The government of India announced that, beginning Oct. 15, 2021, foreign nationals will be allowed to enter India on tourist visas if arriving through a chartered flight.
Clasis Law and Associates
Non-Fungible Tokens: A Copyright Prospective Non-Fungible Tokens are in essence, digital tokens that represent and authenticate ownership of particular digital or real world items.
Singh & Associates
Research and development especially in the pharmaceutical sector is a time consuming, expensive and a resource intensive process.
Singh & Associates
Section 107A of the Indian Patent Act is known as India's Bolar Exemption. The fundamental objective of Section 107A is to delineate certain acts which are not to be considered as infringement.
Singh & Associates
The advent of GST has brought about a paradigm shift in various concepts in indirect tax regime in India, one of the major being the incidence of tax i.e. ‘supply'.
Singh & Associates
The attributes of the decision-making person is of paramount importance in any dispute resolution process.
Singh & Associates
The statutory power of court under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Act, 1996) is limited to the setting aside of the award subject to the grounds provided therein.
Singh & Associates
The limitation period is a significant basis for all the civil proceedings initiated between the parties. The civil right for a claim comes to an end if it is barred due to passage of time.
Singh & Associates
Re-examination is the act or process of examining one's witness in a court of law or in an arbitration again after the witness has been cross-examined by the opposing counsel.
Singh & Associates
There are routes available to government through which surveillance is done.
Singh & Associates
In any commercial contract, ideally, the contract price is fixed keeping in mind the current legal rights and obligations of the parties. However, a long-term contract is more susceptible to the risk...
Singh & Associates
It is a well-known and well settled principle of common law that a contract cannot confer rights and liabilities upon an entity who is not a party to the same.
Singh & Associates
The Madras High Court was recently called upon to exercise its writ jurisdiction, for directing the name of an accused person, acquitted from his charges in appellate stage...
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
The Office of the Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trademarks (CGPDTM) has issued a public notice dated October 03, 2021 in furtherance of Supreme Court's order...
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