Ishita Gupta

Karnataka High Court Grants Bail to Petitioner Detained in POSCO Case

On 24th July 2020, Justice P.N.Desai heard the case of Lokesh v. the State of Karnataka, via video-conferencing. The Court granted bail to the petitioner as the evidence against him were not supportive to bar him from granting bail. Facts...

Karnataka HC Enhances the Compensation in the Road Accident Case

On 20th August 2020, Justice Alok Aradhe and Justice H.T. Narendra Prasad heard the case of The Divisional Controller V. Smt. K.N.Ramya, via video-conferencing. The Court enhanced the compensation amount to the injured and the dependents of the deceased as...

Karnataka HC Upholds the Tribunal’s Award in the Road Accident Case

On 19 August 2020, Justice N.S. Sanjay Gowda heard the case of Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Ltd. v. Srinivasa, via video-conferencing. The Hon’ble High Court upheld the compensation amount to the respondent as awarded by the Hon’ble Tribunal. Facts of...

Karnataka High Court Grants Relief to Senior Citizen in Loan Guarantee Case

On 3rd August 2020, Justice G. Narendar heard the case of Smt Lakshmamma & Anr V. Pheonix Arc Pvt Ltd, via video-conferencing. The Court granted relief to the petitioners as the loan amount was paid by Respondent No .2...

Karnataka HC Grants Bail to Petitioner Detained for Murder Under Section 302 of IPC

On 30th July 2020, Justice K. Natarajan heard the case of Sri Ravikiran K.G. v. the State of Karnataka, via video-conferencing. The Court granted bail to the petitioner as there was no material to show the involvement of the...

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New Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) Amendments Are Valid Says Supreme Court

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court upheld the amendments in the insolvency and bankruptcy code which makes it mandatory for a minimum of 100 or 10% of home buyers of a project to initiate insolvency proceedings against a builder for not delivering flats or commercial shops on time.
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[HUL – Sebamed Ad War] Bombay High Court Passed Injunction; Permits Sebamed Ad Against HUL’s Dove

The ad war between the German personal care brand Sebamed and the consumer goods giant Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL) has come to an end. On January 19th, Bombay High Court passed an injunction order permitting the Sebamed ad against Hindustan Unilever’s Dove without any changes. It was observed that Sebamed ads were backed with evidence-based data. However, Sebamed was ordered to put an end to its advertisement that compared HUL soap bars Lux, Pears, and Santoor with Rin and detergent category.

Bombay High Court Says White Collar Crimes Are More Dangerous Than Murder and Dacoity

The Aurangabad Bench of the Bombay High Court rejected 4 petitions of 4 businessmen after observing that white-collar crimes are more serious than murder and dacoity. The businesspersons were booked for fraud of evading GST by producing fake invoices.

Right To Protection Can’t Be Granted To Married Woman Involved in Live-in Relationship: Allahabad High Court

The Bench of Allahabad High Court dismissed a petition of a live-in couple, observing that a married woman in a live-in relationship is not entitled to any sort of legal protection whatsoever. The Court remarked that they are adults and should live as ‘husband and wife’ if they want no one to interfere in their lives.

Interview with Dr. Vijay Kumar Singh, Dean of School of Law, UPES Dehradun

Dr Vijay Kumar Singh is the Dean of the School of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun. He is known for his experience in the field and his will to never stop learning. His journey is quite interesting as he started off as a science student and with time discovered his passion for law. He has served as the Deputy Director in the Competition Commission and also as the Associate Professor and Head of Corporate Law at Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs. Dr. Singh was invited as the Member on the Editorial Board of Annual Journal on Competition Law and Policy of Competition Commission of India, SIPI Task Force and Academics Committee of INSOL India, to name a few. He also has written many research papers and has published his work in form of books. In this Interview, Dr Singh discusses his life as a student of law and how he utilizes his experience from those days to help the students of the University. He also discusses his experience of working at different places and provides advice on certain problems commonly faced by students of law.