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Opinion & Analysis

Time To Stand For Young Advocates

Patience make you mentally strong and silence makes one emotionally strong, but it should not be taken as a weakness by anybody and certainly not be taken for granted.

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PIL filed in the Supreme Court for mandatory pre-litigation Mediation; is Mediation the way to forward in the post COVID-19 era?

Since the last decade, the judiciary has shown a keen interest in alternate dispute resolution mechanisms, especially that of Mediation. The Chief Justice of India SA Bobde is seen as a torchbearer in this regard

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Emergency Arbitration: To be or not to be (Enforced)

Emergency Arbitration proceedings are becoming increasingly popular, especially in International Commercial Arbitration, it becomes imperative to ascertain if Indian legal system provides the means to keep pace with such provisional measures.

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Time To Review Or Abrogate Article 30 Of Indian Constitution

Abrogation of Article 30 of the Constitution is a vital move in the State's war against the fundamentalists used as a cat's paw by Pakistan and the other external enemies to destroy our nation.

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Decriminalization - Quo Vadis?

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the hands of industry bodies and government authorities to push for a lot of unconventional changes to the existing business environment.

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Assessing the expansion of Equalization Levy

The Finance Act, 2020, has widened the scope of equalization levy, which was introduced in the Finance Act, 2016, to include the consideration received by e-commerce operators from ‘e-commerce supply or services’.

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Internal Investigations ‒ Do It Before The Regulator Probes

With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the subsequent worldwide economic slowdown, there has been a sharp increase in the white-collar offences across the globe. The compliance systems and internal controls of corporates, which safeguard their business interests against perpetrators and imp

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Neighbours and Fences - India tweaks its foreign investment law

Impact of COVID 19 on the Indian Foreign Direct Investment and government measures taken to protect small enterprises from the economic instability and intervention by the Chinese

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Wages and Workers: Employment in a Disaster (Ficus Pax v. Union of India & others)

Legasis Partners tracks developments on their employer-employee relations in their article series "Wages and Workers"

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Purchase Price Adjustments in Court Schemes

Price adjustments in M&A transaction documentation enable parties to align the consideration originally negotiated at signing to the facts and circumstances existing at closing.

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