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Automobiles Dealers Association, Hathras, U.P. & Ors. Vs Global Automobiles Limited & Anr., 2012

Author: SHUBHANKAR DAS, Institute of Law, NIRMA University, Ahmedabad Case Name: Automobiles Dealers Association, Hathras, U.P. & Ors. Vs Global Automobiles Limited & Anr., 2012 Case Number: Case No. 33 of 2011 Court: Competition of commission of India, New Delhi Decided on: 3rd July 2012 Relevant Acts/ section:  section 2, 3, 4, 19 and 26

Restrictions imposed by CCI on Advocates

RESTRICTIONS IMPOSED BY CCI ON ADVOCATES Author: Vishakha Jaiprakash Thanvi, TMV Lokmanya Tilak Law College INTRODUCTION  Competition Act, 2002 was enacted by the government of India to govern Competition Law in India. This act repealed the MRTP( Monopolies and  Restrictive Trade Practices) Act,1969. Under this legislation, a new body namely the Competition Commission of India

Vibhor Anand & Ors. Vs Vice-Chancellor, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

Author: Vishakha Jaiprakash Thanvi, TMV Lokmanya Tilak Law College VIBHOR ANAND & ORS. VS VICE-CHANCELLOR, GURU GOBIND INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY Court:  High Court of New Delhi Case no: W.P.(C) No.3163/2010 Date of decision: 07th December 2010 Petitioner: Vibhor Anand & Ors. Respondent: Vice-Chancellor, Guru Gobind Indraprastha University & Ors Introduction: The Bar Council of India is

Banking Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2020

BANKING REGULATION (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2020 Author: Vishakha Jaiprakash Thanvi, TMV Lokmanya Tilak Law College INTRODUCTION TO BANKING REGULATION ACT, 1949 The Banking Regulation Act, 1949 is legislation that governs the functioning of all the banking firms in India and provides details on various facets of the banking sector including the operation, management, and licensing of

Call for Campus Ambassadors at indianlegalsolution.com

About indianlegalsolution.com (Established in 2017) A Unit of Raghvendra Kumar and Associates LLP (MSME Registered), is the top legal website of India. We are a group of lawyers and law students across India providing a unique platform for law students to represent their talents in the field of law. We’re recognized by StartupIndia, Ministry of Commerce and Industry of

Child Labour and Entertainment Industry

The Children Of Television Author: Akriti Raina, Law centre-II, Faculty of Law, Delhi university Introduction: Child Labour is one of the serious social problems that haunt the Indian society and its progress towards a prosperous nation. Employing children into labour robs them of their right to healthy development by interfering with their mental, physical and

Effect of compulsory licensing on International Trade

Effect of compulsory licensing on International Trade Author: Aanchala K Golecha, School of Law, Christ University. What is compulsory licensing? Compulsory licensing is when the government allows someone else to produce a patented product or process without the consent of the patent owner or plans to use the patent-protected invention itself. The idea of compulsory