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CSR during times of COVID 19

Corporate Social Responsibility or CSR is mandated by the Section 135 read with Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013. It states that all companies, having net worth of 500 crore, or turnover of 1000 crore or more or a net profit of 500 crore or more during a financial year to constitute a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Committee Board. The responsibilities..

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IP Laws and COVID-19 Vaccine

Synopsis: The paper talks about Intellectual Property Laws and takes into account the Coronavirus Vaccine in the same regard. The paper also discusses about Organizations which protect and safeguard intellectual property rights. One such is the TRIPS Agreement.The pharmaceutical inventions which must be patented, rights of th..

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The Massive Surge In Xenophobia And Racism In Relation To Coronavirus Pandemic

SYNOPSIS Even as the world brawls with the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous instances of anti-Asian sentiments are being reported. The article talks about the issue of Xenophobia and racism in relation to coronavirus pandemic. It talks about the massive surge of Xenophobia and Racism with respect to different ..

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High court directed the centre and state to file the reply for revealing the names of Covid-19 affected people

On July 10, 2020 the  Division Bench comprising of Justices AA Sayed and MS Karnik while hearing PIL filed in the  Bombay High court which argued that disclosure of names of Covid-19 affected persons is necessary in larger public interest, issued a notice to the Central and the State Governments sought response in the relation to a PIL filed..

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COVID-19: Gautam Khaitan Suggests Government Should Come Up With A Time Limited Special Law

India has been fighting wars on several fronts at present. While our soldiers have been giving a befitting reply to both Pakistan and China at the same time, the recent constitutional amendment by Nepal regarding its territorial disputes with India is yet another critical point. Alongside this, the nation is struggling to contain the virus while trying to bring trac..

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COVID-19 strengthen family bond vs. domestic conflict violence

INTRODUCTION: The outbreak of Corona virus disease. (COVID-19) has created a global health crisis that has deep impact in the way we perceive our world and our everyday distancing put to contain for spreading less in virus. This Article is on two sides of coin relating to families who are play..

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One week round up: Supreme Court on COVID-19

1. JUNE 12, 2020: Establishment owners and workers to negotiate on payment of wages and settle differences within themselves. While observing the necessity of workers in any industry, the three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court urged the establishment owners and workers to negotiate on payment of wages and settle differences wit..

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COVID-19 and Force Majeure: Impossibilities & Difficulties in Business Operations

We all know that COVID-19 is affecting the lives of each and every human being on this earth and all are locked down or they are infected by this deadly disease. Therefore at the micro level or the personal front we are very much concerned and we are finding ways to deal with. But at the macro level or at the market / commercial level, we are at stand still position t..

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Corona crisis: Developments in insolvency and bankruptcy laws to save debt-laden companies

1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. The changing market dynamics, from crashing stock markets to restaurants, airlines and businesses shutting down, the Coronavirus (“Covid-19”) has hit almost every sector. The pandemic has not only caused global business disruption by halting the ..

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Termination of an Employee during Covid-19

Employment in India is divided into two sections, the labour sector and the employment sector. This divide comes from the definition of ‘Workman’ in the Industrial Disputes Act. The result of making such a definition and its connection to the definition of ‘factory’ lead to the specific conundrum, where a majority of the labour law statutes in ..

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Covid 19’s impact on Lease and suspension of rent

The Covid 19's Pandora's Box has left open several loose strands of ambiguity which require some tightening up, looking at the past reaction and anticipation of the possible future in various factions of life. One such faction already staring at the wall of uncertainty is the one of Real Estate. Shelter being only almost equal to food has been unabashedly neglected in..

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Will China Be Held Responsible for COVID19? Legal Recourse Against China for COVID19

SYNOPSIS: This article talks about various legal actions that people have taken over the past few months against China, in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic. The article aims to analyze the reason behind why the Chinese authorities have constantly been turning a blind eye to such epidemics and pandemics which have originated from..

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COVID-19 Lockdown: An event of force majeure or not? A brief overview of the recent orders passed by the Hon'ble high courts of Bombay and Delhi

Due to the lockdown imposed by the Government of India, transport and travel in international and domestic routes, including travel through land borders has been restricted. Even the Courts across the nation have been submitted to restrict its functioning only to urgent matters thereby leaving no stone unturned with respect to the dispensation of justice. p st..

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Why has SC changed the Dress Code for Lawyers? What Purpose Does it Solve?

SYNOPSIS: Via a recent notification, the Supreme Court has guided the lawyers and advocates across the country to stop wearing black robes which are a crucial part of their attire. While to some this might not seem like a big deal, but to advocates, this is a big change as black robe is a part of their personality. This article a..

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Rent Deference During the Pandemic

The Coronavirus pandemic has prompted the nation to its most jarring standstill in a long time, and most governments and companies are still figuring out different ways to deal with the sudden halt of global supply chains. The lockdown has slowed down markets, factory operations and several businesses, affecting employment and source of income of many. ..

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