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Using Unlicensed Software at your Company? Be Ready for Surprise Raids on your Premises under Anton Pillar Orders!

Ritvik M. Kulkarni, III BSL LLB, ILS Law College, Pune

Under the Copyright Act, 1957 a copyright holder (the Plaintiff) gets a special civil remedy in cases infringement. 1,222 more words

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The Statesman - High Court notice to Centre on de-freezing Greenpeace accounts

New Delhi, 18 May 2015. The Delhi High Court on Monday issued notice to the central government on a plea of environment NGO Greenpeace India to de-freeze its international and national bank accounts which were blocked following a home ministry directive last month. 319 more words

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Arbitrator cannot award interest if the Contract prohibits such award of interest

The Delhi High Court in its recent judgment has cleared the air regarding a much discussed and controversial aspect in Arbitration viz. grant of interest. The High Court in the case of… 647 more words

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Young India celebrates as Delhi HC Rules in favor of Priya Pillai

Young people of Bhubaneswar came together on March 13 with posters and banners declaring, ‘I am Mahan’, symbolizing the Mohan Forest, vandalized by coal block grabbers whom the plutocratic state has been patronizing. 378 more words

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The Hindu - The Delhi High Court quashes lookout notice against Greenpeace activist

Vijetha S N

New Delhi, 12 March 2015. The Delhi High Court on Thursday quashed the ‘lookout’ circular issued against Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai, who was offloaded from a flight headed for London in January. 121 more words

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The Asian Age - Live-ins can’t be outside purview of rape, says High Court

Asian Age Correspondent

New Delhi, 9 March 2015. The Delhi high court has refused to keep live-in relationships outside the purview of rape under the Indian Penal Code, saying it would amount to giving them the status of matrimony, which the legislature has chosen “not to do”. 170 more words

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Recent decision of Delhi High Court in the case of GILEAD PHARMASSET, LLC V. UNION OF INDIA & ANR

Recently, the Delhi high court on dated 30th January 2015 set aside an order of the Deputy Controller of Patents and Designs. The impugned order rejected a patent to US drug maker Gilead for its hepatitis C drug “Sovaldi” on dated 13th January 2015. 782 more words

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