THE ISSUE OF LOCUS STANDI BEFORE THE CCI? HON’BLE SUPREME COURT DISPELS THE AMBIGUITY IN A LONG AWAITED JUDGMENT OF:

SAMIR AGARWAL Vs. CCI (Cab Aggregators Case)  (2021) 3 SCC 136 Senguttuvan K-Partner Kshithija Prakashan-Associate I. INTRODUCTION The Hon’ble Supreme Court vide a significant and a very recent landmark judgment, rendered an entirely different interpretation and ruling on a much long debatable issue of “Locus Standi”, i.e., on the question “Who can Approach the CCI?”, Read More

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WHETHER THE CASES PENDING/ ONGOING WITH OTHER TRIBUNALS BE ENTERTAINED BY RERA? IN LIGHT OF THE HARYANA RERA JUDGMENT.

Sukhbir Singh Grewal vs. M/s MVL Ltd. [1]  Senguttuvan K-Partner Kshithija Prakashan-Associate I. INTRODUCTION Sukhbir Singh Grewal vs. M/s MVL Ltd, is one such significant and a one of its kind judgment rendered by the Hon’ble Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority on 12th September 2018, which has thrown some imperative light on the understanding of Read More

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AN ANALYSIS OF THE CELEBRITY ENDORSEMENTS IN INDIA: INSIGHTS OF CURRENT LEGAL FRAMEWORK

Senguttuvan K- Partner Kshithija Prakashan-Associate I. INTRODUCTION The proximate relationship between brands and celebrities in India are not a new conception to the world of advertising industry. The advertising market in India though, not formally governed by any legislations in place, however, is bound and regulated by the non-statutory body Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI). Read More

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THE SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY OF SECTION 96 VIS-À-VIS SECTION 24(2) OF THE RIGHT TO FAIR COMPENSATION AND TRANSPARENCY IN LAND ACQUISITION, REHABILITATION AND RESETTLEMENT ACT, 2013

Senguttuvan K- Partner Kshithija Prakashan-Associate I. INTRODUCTION The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013 is a novel legislation introduced and enacted under the Concurrent List that replaced the very ancient and primordial legal framework governing acquisition of land proceedings enacted during the British Era, namely The Land Acquisition Read More

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AN INSIGHT INTO THE CCI’S ORDER AGAINST ONLINE TRAVEL AGENTS- A SIGNIFICANT CASE OF MAKEMYTRIP AND OYO PROBE

Senguttuvan K- Partner Kshithija Prakashan- Associate I. INTRODUCTION A very significant and landmark case of online travel agents with MakeMyTrip and Oyo, as the prime parties of having contravened various provisions of the Competition Act, 2002, with their involvement against each other with respect to entering into a commercial vertical agreement, thereby causing an Appreciable Adverse Read More

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AN ANALYSIS ON THE EMERGING SCOPE OF CHALLENGING THE APPOINTMENT OF SOLE ARBITRATOR VIS-À-VIS JUDICIAL INTERPRETATIONS IN INDIA

Senguttuvan K- Partner Kshithija Prakashan- Associate (First published in IBC Law and now, published in our website) I. INTRODUCTION The law relating to arbitration in India is contained in the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. It came into force on the 25th day of January, 1996. The law on arbitration in India at the time of adoption Read More

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AN E-BOOK ON VARIOUS ISSUES OF “INTEREST” UNDER INDIRECT TAXATION

   Senguttuvan K –Partner Veeraraghavan Varahan– Senior Associate Kshithija Prakashan–Associate I. INTRODUCTION “Interest is the most important thing in life; happiness is temporary but interest is continuous” This famous quote on life now resonates with any taxpayer who becomes liable to pay interest, as a compensation for the time used someone’s laws, it is very Read More

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Interpretation of the Term ‘Dispute’ under IBC, 2016

Senguttuvan K- Partner Kshithija Prakashan–Associate INTRODUCTION Dispute is defined under Section 5 (6) of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 as: “Dispute” includes a suit or arbitration proceedings relating to — 1) the existence of the amount of debt; 2) quality of goods or service; 3) the breach of a representation or warranty; Dispute is significant Read More

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Finance Bill 2017 – Budget Updates

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Is Sec 270A efficient to replace Sec 271(1)(c)?

-by Advocates – K. Senguttuvan and SubathraManoharan Introduction: It is not a new fact that Sec 270A and Sec 270AA has been inserted to the Income Tax Act thereby replacing Sec 271. The motive behind bringing these new Sections into force was to reduce the litigation between the tax payer and the revenue authorities, as Read More

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