King Stubb & Kasiva Advocates & Attorneys

Will Social Media Platforms Be Banned?

The internet has gone for a toss amidst the news of the failure of compliance by giant social media platforms with the new intermediary rules of India and as such, speculation of consequences ranging from banning to criminal liability...

Online Gaming Laws in India & Celebrity Sponsorship Liability

The Madras High Court recently issued notices to Virat Kohli and other celebrities endorsing online gambling platforms, consequent to a petition filed by a Chennai-based advocate against online gambling and celebrity endorsement of online gambling. The petition highlighted how...

The “Shift” Shifts: Karnataka Shops and Commercial Establishments (Amendment) Act, 2020

“Equality is leaving the door open for anyone who has the means to reach it; equity is ensuring there is a pathway to that door for those who need it” – Caroline Belden The aforementioned aptly encapsulates the measures taken by...

Ed-Tech Companies and the Consumer Protection Act

In the present time when the whole country is getting back to normal after the wrath of the Coronavirus, educational institutions are still not operational and it seems that they might have to wait for another few months to...

Stirring the embers of ‘Make in India’: Amendment of the Public Procurement Order, 2017

"Come make in India. Sell anywhere but Make in India"! An initiative by PM, Narendra Modi to increase investment and product manufacturing, got a boost by the recent amendment of the Public Procurement (Preference to Make in India) Order,...

Free Speech vs Contempt of Court: An Analysis in Light of the Prashanth Bhushan Case

“What is freedom of expression? Without the freedom to offend, it ceases to exist" – Salman Rushdie What does freedom of speech mean especially in a diverse country like India? Well, by definition, Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution of India says...

COVID-19 Resolution Framework: A Cushion to Indebted Borrowers

A bank or financial institution that is lending financial assistance to a borrower faces the risk of being bankrupt on default of repayment by the borrower. Many laws were introduced by the legislature and various policies were also introduced...

An Overview of the Changes to be Introduced by the Consumer Protection Act, 2019

The first consumer protection legislation Consumer Protection Act, 1986 (‘old act’) was introduced with the primary objective of protecting consumer rights. However, with the advent of technology and the introduction of e-commerce and various other mechanisms of conducting business,...

The Market’s Anatomy: Consumers Kingdom on Rise

The Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution has notified the Consumer Protection Act, 2019 (“new Act”) which was passed by the Parliament on 6th August 2019 and it received presidential assent on 9th August 2019. This new...

Reaffirmation of Doctrine “Kompetenz-Kompetenz”- Illumination on “Anti Arbitration Injunction“

The Hon’ble Justice Rajiv Sahai of Hon’ble Delhi High Court in the judgment dated March 3, 2020, in the matter of Bina Modi and others v. Lalit Modi “rejected suit granting the anti-arbitration injunction and reaffirmed the doctrine of Kompetenz-Kompetenz.”...

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King Stubb & Kasiva is one of the leading law firms with PAN India presence. KSK represents a large number of Indian business houses, multinational corporations, banking & financial institutions, small, medium & large Indian and International companies and start-ups across the country.
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