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Cyberturfing – Shrouded Perils It Poses And The Applicable Law
‘Cyberturfing' is the online equivalent of the off-line ‘astroturfing', a term said to be coined by a US Senator back in 1985 and is understood to be a type of deceptive marketing or practice designed by marketers to create ...
India
26 Jun 2019
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Termination Of Employment In Software Development Companies And The Dilemma Concerning Applicable Chapter For Retrenchment Under The Industrial Disputes Act
I.T. companies juggle with the applicability of various labour laws based on different interpretations concerning whether or not they are factories based on the manufacturing activity ...
India
29 May 2018
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Indian Copyright Act Now Covers Online Streaming
Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion recently issued an office memorandum pursuant to receiving representations from various stakeholders for guidance with respect to the applicability of the provisions of Section 31D of the Copyright Act, 1957.
India
13 Oct 2016
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Treat For Tennis Fans – Sharapova Ban Reduced
The Court of Arbitration for Sports has finally given its arbitral award in the dispute between Ms. Maria Sharapova and the International Tennis Federation wherein Sharapova had challenged the 2 year ban.
India
7 Oct 2016
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Ban On Sharapova
One of the most shocking news during the recent times for sports fans and legal fraternity, around the globe, has been Maria Sharapova's admittance towards using the banned endurance-enhancing drug known as ‘Meldonium'.
India
14 Jul 2016
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Overseas E-Commerce Companies To Be Subject To Tax Deductions
Overseas E-Commerce Companies ("OECs") such as Facebook, Google and Amazon generate substantial revenues from Indian online advertisers through digital advertising.
India
28 Jun 2016
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Supreme Court Drops The Hammer On TRAI's Call Drop Regulations
The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has quashed the Telecom Consumers Protection (Ninth Amendment) Regulations dated October 16, 2015 issued by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.
India
17 May 2016
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India Proposes New Guidelines For Biosimilars/Vaccines
The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization ("CDSCO") has released draft guidelines in an effort to streamline the regulatory process for granting marketing permission to similar vaccines and other biosimilars in India.
India
28 Apr 2016
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TRAI's Regulations For Compensation To Consumers For Call Drops Upheld
Call drops can be simply explained as the service provider's ineptitude in maintaining a call between users and providing continued service once a call has been correctly established.
India
15 Apr 2016
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Guidelines For FDI In E-Commerce
E-commerce and its permissiveness in India has been a long debated and sometimes controversial topic.
India
8 Apr 2016
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Sorry Mark, No "Free Basics" Here - Says India
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India ("TRAI"), the Indian regulator for telecom services has effectively said ‘NO' to operation of "Free Basics" and similar platforms in India.
India
16 Feb 2016
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E-Commerce: The VAT Conundrum
The e-commerce boom and build-up of online sales, has opened up a massive opportunity for the online service providers/aggregators.
India
19 Jan 2016
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