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Guiding Businesses

Legal Requirements For The Cross-Border Transaction Business In India

The research article briefly analyses the Cross – border merger and acquisition, which is now becoming a quick pathway to enter into a new market

EMPLOYEE–WORK PLACE HARASSMENT / BULLYING

WORKPLACE BULLYING – More severe impact on someone’s life and career. Let me share my story – I was working in a Reinsurance Company and I had been bullied there till the date I have resigned – I had nowhere to go and no one to reach out for help, I was being cornered by…
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How a foreign national can start and register company in India?

  Amy, a Czechican, is an accountant- 9 to 7 desk job- and loves travelling. Like many of us, she doesn’t enjoy the work but is working as it pays her bills. Deep inside, Amy wants to set up a business and get her freedom back. Amy visits India on vacation- her business mind follows her wherever she goes. She arrives…
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How Can International Tax Treaties Avoid Double Taxation?

What is an international tax treaty? Treaty is an international agreement between two states, and international law governs the terms of the treaty. An international tax treaty is a bilateral agreement between countries for preventing double taxing their respective citizens’ active or passive income. Lately, international tax treaties deal with many subjects apart from double…
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Can A Foreign Citizen Inherit A Property In India? What’s The Inheritance Procedure Concerning NRI’s Property In India?

Who can inherit property Indian citizens can inherit properties in India without any restrictions. However, when we talk about foreign citizens and Indian citizens living abroad, the situation is not the same. To understand the law regarding inheritance of such persons, we need to understand the following terms: Foreigner: The term foreigner has been defined…
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Reducing Litigation Cost: Effective Case Management

  Case Management – Overview Case Management is a systematic way to help reduce the cost of litigation and effectively manage cases for the benefit of both clients and lawyers. It is an approach that utilizes efficient management techniques to make the attorney-client relationship better and also determine litigation outcomes within a definite cost outline.…
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Need for Liberalisation of the Indian Legal Market

Globalisation and the opening of the domestic economies by the respective countries have been one of the greatest phenomena of the last few decades. The inclusion of foreign players in the domestic economies has led to a significant economic boost, especially for developing countries. In the year 1990, India, as part of its substantial economic…
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Is The Health Impact Fund The Answer To Medicine Accessibility? Can The Health Impact Fund Better Prepare Pharma Companies To Manufacture Vaccines Or Medicines For Pandemics

1.     The health impact fund   The Health Impact Fund is mainly intended to provide access to expensive medicines to needy patients at an affordable cost. States and charitable foundations finance this Fund. It systematically offers rewards to those pharmaceutical innovators. They register their product with the Fund to receive annual payments. These registered…
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COVID-19 AND THE JUDICIARY: TECHNOLOGY TO THE RESCUE OF INDIAN COURTS?

An advocate’s day, before the pandemic, consisted of several activities ranging from traveling to courts to representing their case in the courts and other related activities. A typical day for an advocate in recent times is a far cry from this. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, courts all over the country have limited their…
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The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) sets up advisory board to examine Bank Fraud above 50 crore

The banks are the life savers of the economy and assume a synergist job in initiating and supporting monetary development, particularly, in creating nations and India is no special case. Fraud is a genuine operational hazard for the financial framework. The Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) has characterized ‘fraud’ as “a conscious demonstration of oversight…
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