Monthly Archives: March 2019

Past employee can be appointed as an Arbitrator: SC

The Supreme Court of India reiterated that being a past employee is not a disqualification for becoming an arbitrator provided there are no justifiable doubts as to the person’s independence and impartiality. The Court clarified that the argument that the … Continue reading

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Startups redefined; tax conditions amended: Govt.

The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (“DPIIT”) through its notification no. G.S.R. 127(E) dated February 19, 2019 (“Notification”) has expanded the definition of startups and has relaxed conditions for claiming exemption under section 56(2)(viib) of the Income … Continue reading

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Copyright owner in sound recordings can file suit for copyright infringement: DHC

The Delhi High Court recently clarified that an owner of the copyright work in the sound recordings can file suit alleging copyright infringement and claim damages even though the owner is not a copyright society. After going through the relevant … Continue reading

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