JUSTICE ARUN MISHRA DEMITS SUPREME TODAY LEAVING A CURIOUS LEGACY

Justice Arun Mishra retires today from the supreme court. He had brought several cases to public discourse. The most recent case was regarding the contempt of court committed by lawyer Prashant Bhushan. Justice Arun Mishra decided around 1 lakh cases, of which approximately 97,000 cases were as a judge of the high courts of Madhya … Continue reading JUSTICE ARUN MISHRA DEMITS SUPREME TODAY LEAVING A CURIOUS LEGACY

Karnataka High Court Stays Summons Against Chief Minister Yeddyurappa

Justice Suraj Govindaraj of the Karnataka High Court while hearing a petition filed by Chief Minister B.S.Yediyurappa has stayed the summons issued against him by a district court at Gokak and has reserved its order. The matter was related to an alleged violation of Election Code of Conduct. The complaint was filed by Laxman Allapur … Continue reading Karnataka High Court Stays Summons Against Chief Minister Yeddyurappa

INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION TRIBUNALS IN INDIA: FURTHER OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

ABSTRACT Existing theoretical meds of international arbitration deal with the wellsprings of worldwide adjudicators' capacity to decide discusses, yet will when all is said in done negligence the movement of that position. In what ways is arbitral dynamic constrained? Are global arbitrators obliged to practice their clout in a specific manner? Assuming this is the … Continue reading INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION TRIBUNALS IN INDIA: FURTHER OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

IBBI notifies Insolvency and Bankruptcy Guidelines,2020

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India releases the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Use of Caveats, Limitations, and Disclaimers in Valuation Reports) Guidelines, 2020.These Guidelines provide guidance to the Registered Valuers in the use of Caveats, Limitations, and Disclaimers in the interest of credibility of the valuation reports. These also provide an illustrative list … Continue reading IBBI notifies Insolvency and Bankruptcy Guidelines,2020

Integrated Circuit Layout Design Protection

Abstract Intellectual Property has undoubtedly acquired a vital economic position in today’s world. The scope of IP is inclusively wider, which in turn emphasizes the importance of intellectual property rights protection system. In this digital era, the exchange of information occurs instantaneously as it can be stored readily on semiconductor integrated circuits or chips. Chips … Continue reading Integrated Circuit Layout Design Protection

Multiple FIRs filed in Bihar against Tablighi Jamaat members be consolidated and transferred to one court in the state, says SC

The Supreme Court on 1st September while hearing a plea filed by 34 foreign nationals challenging the decision of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to blacklist over 3,000 of them from travelling to India for a period of 10 years directed Patna High Court that within a week’s time the Patna High Court … Continue reading Multiple FIRs filed in Bihar against Tablighi Jamaat members be consolidated and transferred to one court in the state, says SC

NO PARTY CAN FORM GOVERNMENT IN BIHAR ALONE, ALLIANCE A REALITY: SUSHIL MODI

The Deputy CM (Sushil Modi) of Bihar, said no political party is in a. Position to form a government alone. In Bihar already there are 'alliance politics', which has become reality with the BJP, JDU and RJD, these three parties have triangular forces. The senior leader of BJP claimed the opposition grand alliance, led by … Continue reading NO PARTY CAN FORM GOVERNMENT IN BIHAR ALONE, ALLIANCE A REALITY: SUSHIL MODI

SC pulls up the Maharashtra and Delhi Government to file affidavit in the case of Migrant Workers

On 1st September 2020, The Apex court has taken a suo-moto action on the Covid-19 migrant workers and asked the the governments of Maharashtra and Delhi for failing to file affidavits on the operation of three enactments relating to migrant workers.Pointing out that Maharashtra and Delhi had the highest number of migrant workers, the Court … Continue reading SC pulls up the Maharashtra and Delhi Government to file affidavit in the case of Migrant Workers

The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) said Prashant Bhushan’s conviction is against International Law

ICJ said Bhushan's conviction for criminal contempt of court by the Supreme Court of India is inconsistent with the freedom of speech and expression guaranteed by the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights that India is a party to. 1800 lawyers had joined the meeting for the Supreme Court to review the standards of … Continue reading The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) said Prashant Bhushan’s conviction is against International Law