This case has laid the foundation for anti-injunction suits in India. An anti-injunction suit is when a Court restrains a party to a suit/proceeding before it from prosecuting/ instituting a case in another court which might even be a foreign … Continue reading Modi Entertainment Network v. WSG Cricket Pte Ltd: Anti-injunction Suits in India
On 17th Feb 2020, the Supreme Court division bench consisting of Justice D Y Chandrachud and Ajay Rastogi delivered a historic judgement regarding Permanent Commission of Women Officers (WO’s) in the Indian Army. Two most important things that came out … Continue reading Permanent Commission: A Long Drawn Battle Won By Women Officers
Facts of the Case One Company named Uttam Galva Metallics (Corporate Debtor) (Respondent in the current case) did not make the payment to one bank named Macquarie Bank (Operational Creditor) (Appellant in the current case). The amount which was demanded … Continue reading Macquarie Bank Ltd. v. Shilpi Cable Technologies: Supreme Court clearing the air on procedural aspects of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016
So, next time if the police comes knocking on your door, ask them, “Do you know D.K.Basu?” Continue reading Do you know D.K.Basu?
For Indians, it is a common phenomenon to undermine the judicial system and mock the professionals by saying they don’t do any work. But is it really true? In the year 2014, the Delhi high court granted a divorce to … Continue reading 5 Interesting Law Case Studies: A takeaway of knowledge for students
This article is written by Srishti Gupta. Srishti is a fourth-year law student from Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, GGSIPU. The Delhi High Court clearly recognised the socio-economic realities of the India in the case of THE CHANCELLOR, MASTERS … Continue reading How DU Photocopiers brought a breakthrough in Copyright Infringement?