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Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation agreements for Legal Professionals

Introduction: Restrictive covenants like non-solicitation and non-compete agreements are a mainstay of many businesses’ world over and seek to validly protect an employer’s interest. Interestingly, they are almost entirely absent from the legal profession. This is not a matter of [...]

Shareholder Valuation – Discounts and Premiums

Introduction The subject of shareholder valuation is often viewed through the lens of finance; however, there are meaningful insights to be had by viewing the subject through a legal lens too. This article seeks to explain how shareholder valuations are [...]

Laws applicable to International Commercial Arbitrations

In international commercial trade when parties enter into agreements, they are free to agree upon their own terms and to make their own law as they may choose, subject to public policy and ordre public.[1] It has become a trend [...]

The National Education Policy, 2020- The Legal Structure

Looking at the Indian historical context with regard to the educational policies, the Indian Governments give out a new policy every few decades. We have had 2 policies, the 1st and 2nd Education policies were issued in 1968 and 1986 [...]

Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 and the Sports Industry

Technology has brought us closer to multiple tools and methods to stay in shape and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Various corporations like Apple, Nike Training, Fitbit, Mi, Samsung have launched bespoke devices or applications to help us track our heartbeat, [...]

Campuses are for study, not politics

There is no need to go over all that has happened at JNU over the last several months. There are several versions of what happened. It appears that there was violence by several rival groups against others. We could get [...]

It’s time to bite the bullet

"The view of this author is that these orders / advisories are illegal." Covid-19 has shut down industries across the world leaving millions unemployed and destitute. Surely, they cannot be left to the mercy of market forces when there is [...]

Resolution Professionals: Challenges and Need for Reforms

The recent ordinance “The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020” promulgated by the Hon’ble President of India on 05th June 2020 has resulted in the suspension of provisions of Sections 7, 9 and 10 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy [...]

The One Mega-Watt Conundrum

Open access in the power sector, which the government operationalised recently, can be a gamechanger for large consumers only if critical changes are made to power trading platforms and regulators put some key checks and balances in place. When the [...]

POSH and Gender Neutrality

With the world changing constantly, we as a society are also adapting and emerging. This change is reflected in our legal system also. One of the classic examples was when India introduced the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, [...]