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Law is a personal service business and building a firm is very much tied to building personal relationships. We spend a good chunk of time travelling, building and maintaining personal relationships with existing partners, colleagues and developing new relationships with clients.

Office Location

Delhi:

E-5, 2nd Floor, Defence Colony
New Delhi - 110024
Tel : 011-24336744

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Mumbai:

Office No. 1410, 14th Floor, Maker Chamber V, Nariman Point, Mumbai
Tel : +91 22-22873499

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Gurgaon:

Level 18, One Horizon Center, Golf Course Road, DLF Phase 5, Sector 43, Gurgaon 122002, India
Tel : +91 124 668 8146 / +91 124 668 8147

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Mumbai (Entertainment and Media Practice)

Office No. 213, 2nd Floor, A-wing, Crystal Plaza, Andheri Link Road, Andheri (W), Mumbai.
Tel : 022-62360762

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Mumbai (Corporate and Transactional Practice)

909/A, Capital Building, Bandra Kurla Complex, East Mumbai- 400098

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Bangalore:

21/2, 1st Main Road,
Opp Indian overseas Bank,
Gandhinagar,
Bengaluru - 560009

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Kanpur:

77A, Cantt., Kanpur - 208004

Latest Publications


PROTOCOL AMENDING PROVISIONS OF INDIA - MAURITIUS DTAA

The India- Mauritius Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (“Convention”) which was originally concluded between the Government of India and Government of Mauritius in 1982 was recently amended by a Protocol dated 10th May 2016. The detailed Protocol amending the Convention has not yet been released. However, a Press Note briefly explaining the key features of the Protocol has been published. The Protocol was signed by both the countries on 10th May 2016 at Port Louis, Mauritius. The key features of the Protocol are as under:

I. SOURCE BASED TAXATION

A notable feature of this Protocol is a remarkable shift from residence-based taxation to source-based taxation.

LEGAL METROLOGY ACT AS APPLICABLE TO CEMENT MANUFACTURERS

The Legal Metrology Act (“the Act”) is a forward looking enactment. It repealed the Standards of Weights & Measures Act, 1976. It acquired legal existence in 2009 however the Act became effective only in 01.04.2011. The Act accords due recognition to the provisions of erstwhile Standards of Weights & Measures Act by incorporating its basic provisions and at the same time removing anomalies for safeguarding the interests of consumers.

This enactment educates the consumers and gives all necessary information which will enable consumers to make an informed choice. The Act lays down reference standards and declarations which are necessary to be provided on such other goods as are being sold in Indian markets. All goods which are sold or distributed by weight, measure or number are covered within the expanse of the Act.

End to the Custom of Appointment of In-house Arbitrators

A REVIEW OF AMENDMENTS MADE TO THE ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT, 1996 WITH REGARD TO APPOINTMENT OF ARBITRATORS

I. INTRODUCTION

Arbitration, these days, has become the most preferred way for resolution of commercial disputes in India. The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Act’) contains provisions with respect to settlement of disputes through arbitration in India. Taking into consideration some issues such as pendency of cases and to achieve the objective of strengthening and having a sound legal framework, the Government of India proposed certain amendment to the Act in 2015 which was assented by the President on 23rd October, 2015 known as the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2015 (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Amendment Act’). Among other changes brought in by the Amendment Act, pertinent changes were proposed with respect to appointment of Arbitrators and the grounds of their ineligibility.

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