Krrishan Singhania

As a seasoned professional with comprehensive experience covering more than 20 years, Mr Krrishan Singhania has provided legal expertise in the areas of commerce, arbitration, shipping, oil and gas, power and aviation laws to national and international clients around the globe. As an expert in this field, he regularly presents lectures on Indian law and regulations in international conferences and fora.

Latest Articles By Krrishan Singhania

Perils Of International Trade – Use of Bill of Lading For Sale of Goods

In this article, the authors Mr Krrishan Singhania, Founder and Managing Partner and Mr Omair Khan, Trainee Associate, K Singhania & Co., Advocates & Legal Advisors have discussed the facts and circumstances in English and Indian Law on the significance of bills of lading.

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Funding Foreign Subsidiaries In India Through External Commercial Borrowings

It is needless to say that the largest democracy in the world presents itself as a great business opportunity for global economies write Krrishan Singhania, Managing Partner and Founder, K. Singhania & Co.and Mr. Rohan Tyagi, Associate, K. Singhania & Co.

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Legal Reforms To Implement And Expedite S. 138 Of NIA Cases

Supreme Court has recently come out with guidelines on how to expedite S. 138 Of NIA cases. Welcoming the step, the authors Krrishan Singhania and Chirag Chachad give suggestions on how the law stands today and what jurisprudence has to be applied so that cases get disposed of faster.

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Rights Of An Artist In A Copyright Work

The Copyright law and its regular amendments might be intimidating to an artist who only wants to produce and perform his or her art.

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Emergency Arbitration And Interim Relief

This article analyses the concept of emergency arbitration in India, its recognition and the difficulty in enforcing emergency arbitral awards in India. Section 9 applications for interim relief will grant relief relatively faster. Thus, parties should consider filing a section 9 application for urgent relief instead of enforcing an emergency arbitral award.

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Remote Notarisation Of Documents

The enactment of rules on notarization through videoconferencing can help keep the law updated with modern technology. It can help prevent delays associated with the execution of documents by making the traditional concept of personally appearing before notaries unnecessary, especially during a pandemic with travel restrictions write Krrishan Singhania, Managing Partner, K.Singhania and Co; and Aatir Saiyed, Associate, K.Singhania and Co.

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Increase In Domain Name Disputes During The Pandemic

The virtual world has become a new market place for goods and services, therefore protecting your intellectual property, trademark through registering domain name is the first step to protect your trademark in the virtual world. It is not only important to register but also to be vigilant that nobody infringes your domain name.

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Digital Avatars: Creation of a Copyright In A Game

India lacks any specific gaming laws and behavior is dealt with by the commercial practices in the gaming sector. This only further pronounces the need for copyright laws in gaming.

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Bharat Matrimony Wins Yet Another Trademark Battle Over Deceptively Similar Domain Names

In this article, authors Krrishan Singhania, Managing Partner and Founder, K Singhania & Co, and Aatir Saiyed, Associate, K Singhania & Co; educate the start ups, proprietors and students on the principles of Section 29 of the Indian Trademarks Act of 1999.

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Who's Liable: The Company Or Its Directors: Landmark Supreme Court Judgement

On 27 September, 2021, a division bench of the Supreme Court of India (“Apex Court”), comprising of Hon’ble Justice M.R. Shah and Hon’ble Justice A.S. Bopanna, in Ravindranatha Bajpe v. Mangalore Special Economic Zone Ltd. & Ors, took cognizance of its previously passed judgments, on the vicarious liabilities of the key personnel of a company in criminal matters and held that merely because an individual is a Chairman, Managing Director/ Executive Director and/ or Planner/ Supervisor of a company, they cannot be held vicariously liable unless specific allegations are levied against them with respect to their individual role in a criminal case.

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