Case Comment: Gary Kremen v. Stephen Michael Cohen

The analysis of this judgment deals with the question as to whether a registrant of an internet domain name has an intangible property right in that domain name such that wrongful disposition of that property can constitute the tort of conversion?

Virtual board meetings – corporate governance redefined

Like all the other spheres of life today ‘virtual is the new real’ even for the corporates. In this pandemic if something is holding the economies of the world and has been able to avoid the devastations of economic crisis in the form of Inflation i.e., the smooth running of the business eco system. InContinue reading “Virtual board meetings – corporate governance redefined”

Budget 2021: The Key Changes for the Businesses in India

Photo credit: indiatvnews On 1st February 2021, the Finance minister announced the union budget. The budget is alleged by experts to be non- controversial as there are no major changes related to the tax slabs or neither there is a remission nor addition to the financial structure.  But there are few changes made in theContinue reading “Budget 2021: The Key Changes for the Businesses in India”

The Securities Laws of India and The USA- A Critical Analysis

This blog deals with the analysis of the structure of the legal system developed by India and USA to alleviate the systemic problems in the securities laws. It also chalks out the differences between the implementation of the established legal mechanisms.

Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Award in India

Introduction International Trade and commerce has always held an important place in the economy of any country, hence exchange of contract between inter-state parties is the norm. It becomes tricky to hold other parties liable for not fulfilling their obligations when it comes to litigation in a foreign court. Therefore the existence of arbitration agreementContinue reading “Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Award in India”

Corporate Compliance: A Cutting-Edge Topic in Corporate Governance in China

Corporate compliance originated from the corporate governance practice aiming at mitigating risks related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in the United States, via the practices in other common law countries, but also some civil law countries, has been introduced to China and recently become a buzzword of corporate governance. An ever-increasing amount of peer-reviewContinue reading “Corporate Compliance: A Cutting-Edge Topic in Corporate Governance in China”

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