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Lawyers in India
19 May 2024

A Comprehensive Analysis of the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023

A Comprehensive Analysis of the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023 The legal landscape of India has witnessed a significant transformation with the enactment of the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023 (BNS), which replaced the archaic Indian Penal Code, 1860 (IPC). This monumental legislative reform marks a departure from colonial-era laws and heralds…

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Lawyers in Dubai
18 Feb 2024

Indian’s New Criminal Law Bills

Indian’s New Criminal Law Bills In a landmark move, Union Home Minister Amit Shah introduced three revised Bills on December 12, aiming to replace archaic British-era criminal laws that have governed India for decades. The proposed legislation includes the Bharatiya Nyaya (Second) Sanhita Bill, 2023; Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha (Second) Sanhita,…

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Lawyers in Dubai
17 Jan 2024

Trademark laws and Regulations in India

Trademark laws and Regulations in India A trademark serves as a distinct identifier for a company, its products, or services, distinguishing them from competitors. This can encompass words, signs, symbols, graphics, or a blend of these elements. Examples include Louis Vuitton's Damier Pattern, Cadbury's trademarked purple color, and Coca-Cola's unique…

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Law Firms in Dubai
19 Jul 2022

Intellectual property for Life Sciences: India

Intellectual property for Life Sciences: India “The history of patents includes a wealth of attempts to reward friends of the government and restrict or control dangerous technologies.” ― James Boyle In India, Patents are permitted in all fields of technology. The components deciding the patentability of innovation change for various technologies.…

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Criminal Lawyers in Dubai
27 Dec 2021

Economic and Fraud Provisions in the Middle East

Economic and Fraud Provisions in the Middle East “There is one and only one social responsibility of business – to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits so long as it stays within the rules of the game, which is to say, engages in open…

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Lawyers in Dubai
01 Dec 2021

Dealing and Trading with Gold in India

Gold Trading with India India is the second-largest consumer of gold in worldwide. Indians are well known to keep their savings in gold as physical coins or as jewellery.  In India, the annual demand of gold is approximately 800-900 tonnes over past years. Another interesting fact in India is that,…

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Law Firms in Dubai
14 Oct 2021

Guide on Liquidated Damages in India

Guide on Liquidated Damages in India Background:  An amount that a contracting party offers to pay or a deposit that he agrees to forfeit if he breaches any promise, and both are technically recoverable or retainable as negotiated penalties if the violation happens, having been arrived at through a good…

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Lawyers in Dubai
09 Sep 2021

India: Defenses against the charge of Forgery

India: Defenses against the charge of Forgery Introduction We have all heard of the saying that imitation is the best form of flattery; however, when it results in damage or injury to the public or an individual, it becomes punishable under law. One such example is that of Forgery. Forgery…

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Lawyers in Dubai
03 Sep 2021

Comparison of joint venture laws of India with UAE and Singapore

Comparison of joint venture laws of India with UAE and Singapore For a long time, one of the main fields of concern for economists all over the world has been the industry. With money on the line, people are always looking for new ways to increase income; whether it's a…

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intellectual Property Laws in UAE
20 Jul 2021

Overlapping of Rights in India: Trademark vs Designs

Overlapping of Rights in India: Trademark vs Designs  "When you brand yourself properly, the competition becomes irrelevant"                                                                  …

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Law Firms in Dubai
24 Mar 2021

India: Minerals and Mining Laws and Regulations

India: Minerals and Mining Laws and Regulations Introduction  Oil and coal have been the most desirable commodities for economies around the world. A country that owns these has the potential to become a global superpower. Due to rising environmental concerns, however, governments are taking steps and measures to utilize more…

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Lawyers in Abu Dhabi
09 Mar 2021

India – Rise of Non- Performing Assets in the Banking Sector

India – Rise of Non- Performing Assets in the Banking Sector Introduction  The foundation of any healthy economy is its banking sector. The basic function of a commercial bank involves lending and borrowing, while deposits into the bank are an asset; the advancement of loans involve a high degree of…

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arbitration lawyers in Dubai
27 Feb 2021

Legality of the Unilateral Appointment of an Arbitrator in India

Legality of the Unilateral Appointment of an Arbitrator: India A unilateral appointment clause is an agreement that gives one of the parties the opportunity to choose between two available options to settle a dispute, while only one of the options is available to the other party. Whether Unilateral Appointment Clauses…

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Lawyers in Abu Dhabi
25 Jan 2021

Deficient Services under Consumer Protection Act, 2019 (India)

Deficient Services under Consumer Protection Act, 2019 (India) The Consumer Protection Act, 2019 (the “New CPA”) heralds the commencement of a new era in India concerning the consumer rights to be in sync with the new-generation consumer expectations. The modes of business like telemarketing, direct selling, multilevel marketing and e-commerce…

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