Suits By Unregistered Partnership Firms : Maintainable ?

Article by Sonam Malik, Associate at Aekom Legal and Lokesh Dhyani, Partner at Aekom Legal. Introduction It has been disputed since long, whether an unregistered partnership firm can file a suit albeit the long standing provisions of the Indian Partnership Act, 1932[“Partnership Act”]which clearly bars the unregistered partnership firm to file suit in any court.


Author: Abhishek Sinha (Ultimate Year Law Student), ICFAI Law School, Dehradun. Introduction: Among few jurisdictions, India is the one to statutorily define public policy through Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2015. While other countries consider the international public policy as a public policy only, the courts of India decided that there is no such workable


Author: Abhishek Sinha (Ultimate Year Law Student), ICFAI Law School, Dehradun. Acquisitions have never been utilized to reroute and reorganize corporate strategy more generally. Many CEOs now feel that purchasing a company to get access to markets, commodities, technology, resources, or management skills is less risky and quicker than pursuing the same objectives internally. Even

National Corporate Restructuring Competition  @ Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

The Centre for Corporate and Competition Law at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad is glad to announce that we are conducting the 2nd Edition of the one-of-a-kind National Corporate Restructuring Competition. Through this event, CCCL aims to highlight the importance of corporate restructuring by providing students with an opportunity to expand their knowledge by way of analysis of business situations, in order to build

POST- KRS Legal, Delhi: Apply Now!!

JOB POST- KRS Legal, Delhi: Apply Now!! About KRS Legal Established in 2019, KRS Legal (“The Firm”) is an all-inclusive service Indian law firm headquartered in New Delhi India. The lawyers and other professionals of the Firm collectively present significant and diverse professional experiences in the legal fields. They have achieved international class experience and

Pardoning Power of President

Author: Ashwin Singh, Symbiosis Law School, Pune. Introduction: In ancient times when there were kings and queens, the pardoning power was used by them for their gain and for generating revenues. Now that the shift in kingdoms to democracies, from kings to presidents, the power has shifted and is now given for mercy and fairness.

Gender And Environment: Overview

Author: Harshika Kapoor, LLM, ILS PUNE INTRODUCTION: What is a Gender Responsive approach? The particular needs, priorities, power structures, status, and relationships between women and men are recognized and adequately addressed in the design, implementation, and evaluation of activities. The approach seeks to ensure that women and men are given equal opportunities to participate in

Young Lawyers’ Fellowship Program

About the Young Lawyers’ Fellowship Programme The Young Lawyers’ Fellowship is India’s only-of-its-kind criminal law fellowship program for early to mid-career lawyers as well as passionate law students interested in pursuing criminal law practice and/or understanding the Indian criminal justice system in motion. The fellowship is a one-year program with a contemporary curriculum formulated by India’s leading criminal law practitioners, academicians and legal experts.  The Young Lawyers’

Mischief Rule Of Statutory Interpretation

Author: Divya V Hegde, 3rd-year B.A.LL.B(Hons), University Law College, Bangalore University. INTRODUCTION Understanding of legal legislature is difficult for any laymen, sometime even the legal luminaries find it difficult to understand the meaning or the true sense of the statutes thus to overcome this exertion, a branch of legal studies deals with the interpretation of the

Video Games And The Tussle Around Indian Copyright Laws: The Way Forward

Author: Koushik Gorain, National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi Kumar Ankit, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab INTRODUCTION The post-pandemic era has brought a lot of difficulties variably to approximately all the sectors. Work from home has been troublesome and adversely affected their growth. However, amid this difficult time, the gaming

Invitation for the DME International Moot Court Competition (Virtual), 2022 from 1st – 3rd April 2022

DME Law School strives for bringing in a positive change in the status quo of society through innovative and practical ideas. The DME Moot Court Society, under the aegis of Faculty and Student conveners and the Executive Board, has organized a number of prestigious moots, including the DME National Moot Court Competitions (DME NMCC) from