In ITC Limited Virginia House & Ors v Britannia Industries Ltd., the Court highlighted the importance of safeguarding intellectual property in the consumer goods industry emphasizing the need for fair competition and the prevention of market confusion.

In our latest interview with a prominent female entrepreneur, Ontum Education co-founder Stuti Agarwal discusses the role of technology in education, the impact of AI and how to encourage more …

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Cricket is estimated to be the second-most watched sport in the world, and the most popular in India. Following the final of the Cricket World Cup held in Ahmedabad, we …

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Decided on 01 September 2013 | NCLT Ahmedabad Following an application from an operational creditor to commence a Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process (CIRP) against a prominent player in the beverage …

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New regulations unveiled on 31 August 2023 provide guidance on arbitrations at the India International Arbitration Centre. The regulations provide for procedures which are aimed at achieving fast, fair and efficient conduct of arbitration.

The key legal principles arising from this case revolve around the interpretation and application of specific provisions within Australian corporate and insolvency law. The case addresses the issue of when companies in liquidation can be considered part of a joint business scheme or undertaking for the purpose of pooling their assets and liabilities.

Decided on 14 September 2023, High Court of Bombay In Parekh Plastichem Distributors v. Simplex Infrastructure, the High Court of Bombay considered conflicting arbitration clauses in purchase orders and invoices …

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The case of Anupam Mittal Vs. People Interactive (India) Pvt. Ltd highlights the significance of the National Company Law Tribunal’s exclusive jurisdiction for claims for oppression and mismanagement and throws light on the Indian Courts’ approach to issues of arbitrability and anti-enforcement injunctions against orders of foreign courts.

Managing the intricacies of insolvency and bankruptcy cases in a densely populated and economically diverse country like India continues to pose formidable challenges. To effectively navigate these complexities and streamline the process, the use of Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) has emerged as a promising solution.

The lack of proper legal policy frameworks for the protection of traditional knowledge in emerging economies provides a vacuum for industrialized nations to exploit traditional knowledge and the resources of indigenous communities.