To strive in this competitive environment the firms should have an edge over the competitors. To develop competitive advantage, the firms should produce good quality products at minimum costs etc. Therefore, it becomes necessary for the firms to have a strategic edge towards its competitors.
October Specific Relief Amendment Act, Following the Global Trend Much has been written and articulated about corruption in India which, ostensibly, pervades at every level and, more so, to get simple tasks done.
Read More August Taxation of Non-compete Fee Taxability of non-compete fee has been a bone of contention in several acquisitions. Read More May Termination of Arbitrators: Judiciary Sets the Bar Fair adjudication of disputes is dependent on unbiased judges.
In arbitrations where the parties nominate arbitrators, it is necessary to ensure that they are capable of passing awards in a fair manner. An Overview A cross-border merger is a merger, amalgamation or arrangement between an Indian and a foreign company.
Such deals were a part of the Indian corporate landscape even when the old law, Companies Act, was in force. Read More March Privacy laws of digital India: Read More February Reciprocal Promises: Such obligations could be in the nature of reciprocal promises i.
Read More December A March towards Digitization Digitalization, a moving wagon in which every individual and body corporate has stepped in to make their wagon a battery-operated supercar wherein everyone now wants a Tesla. Digitalization is a positive step taken by government of India enhancing effectiveness of doing business i.
Read More October Anti-competitive Agreement: Co-ordination Committee of Artists and Technicians of W. Film and Television and Ors. Read More September Independent Directors: Read More August E-Pharmacies: Prescribed to Succeed E-pharmacies or online pharmacies have been a subject matter of debate in India for the last years.
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Their offline counterparts have been lobbying to get a blanket ban on any online sale of drugs, whether prescription or over-the-counter.
Some manufacturing companies, especially in the chemical industry, derived a significant portion of their revenue from governmental bids.
These bids are often called for from one of several government agencies, and are received from only a handful of companies. Read More June People or Production? Divergent Priorities Reflected in the Blue Collar Termination Laws of India and Georgia Under the Constitution of India, the labor and employment laws are categorized in the concurrent list, which means that both the Parliament and the individual State Legislatures share co-equal powers in enacting labor and employment legislation.
Despite the potential for disparate legislation under this system, these laws have remained largely uniform. An essential characteristic is the critical distinction between white collar and blue collar workers. The judgment is a significant one as it drives home the issue of an Indian company honouring its contractual obligations with a foreign company.
An Analysis The advent of demonetization has given a push towards a digitalized and cashless economy, promoting mobile wallets and electronic payments. Read More March Arbitration: These include desire for secrecy, inclination to shift to a system where industry experts can take decisions rather than traditional judicial officers and judges, possibility of flexible procedures, the leeway given to parties to settle a dispute without shaking the business relations.
Not enough to protect privacy The concept of privacy is often considered synonymous with that of confidentiality, but that is not the case. It is one of the most ambitious programmes of the Indian government. A class action suit is one where the shareholders of a company collectively institute a suit against the company.
The cement industry is a vital part of the Indian economy, employing millions of people directly or indirectly.
As on date, most of the new law is in force barring a handful of provisions, where the old law continues to apply. Ina committee constituted by the Government of India under Justice V. In recent years, foreign investors have raised numerous concerns on the low limits of foreign ownership and other restrictions imposed by the regulators in the highly sensitive defense sector.Monopolistic and Restrictive Trade Practice under MRTP Act, The Monopolistic and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, , was enacted.
To ensure that the operation of the economic system does not result in the concentration of economic power in hands of few. (1) This Act may be called the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, (2) It extends to the whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir.
(3) It shall come into force on such date as the Central Government may, by notification, appoint 1a. THE MRTP ACT The Competition Act considers the modern issues of globalization and WTO besides the shortcomings of the now repealed MRTP Act But the success of the Compititon Act depends on the identification and determination of anti-competitive agreement.
Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices (MRTP) Act, was revoked and replaced by Competition Act, MRTP Act was enacted to deal with monopolistic, restrictive and unfair trade practices, but due to certain limitations, Competition Act was introduced, which changed the focus from curbing monopolies to promoting competition.
News & Notifications. 05th of November National LokAdalat on 8th of December, 05th of November Applications in the prescribed format (Annexure-A) are invited from the eligible Advocates for the posts in the cadre of District Judges in the grade of Rs by direct recruitment, in accordance with the provisions of Jammu and Kashmir Higher Judicial.
Media Laws: Mass Media laws in India have a long history and are deeply rooted in the country’s colonial experience under British rule. The earliest regulatory measures can be traced back to when Lord Wellesley promulgated the Press Regulations.