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Dipankar Chakraborty v. Allahabad Bank and Ors. AIR 2017 Cal 289

The petitioner borrower in the present case had submitted that, he had enjoyed credit facilities from the bank. Since the bank had not acted in terms of its obligations, the petitioner was obliged to file a suit for damages being Money Suit No. 120 of 2000 before the learned City Civil Court at Calcutta against the bank. Furthermore, in the present scenario, the bank had not filed its claims within the time period of 30 days before the court due to which the veracity of their case got affected immensely. This was one ground on which the petitioner had approached...

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Internet of Things (IoT): Data Protection & Privacy Laws

Internet of Things (IoT) is nothing but a connected web of devices that performs specific task with almost no human intervention. Each device in this web has a specific task to perform and pass the data processed by it to the device next to it in the series. In this way the task under Internet of Things (IoT) is performed by a number of connected devices sharing information (data) with other devices in the web. Each device has some basic set of programming and coding upon which the entire performance of that device depends. In today’s competitive era there is...

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Internet of Things (IoT) & Indian IP Laws

Humans always want a comfortable journey of life. The more helping hand a person has to fulfill his responsibilities, the more comfortably he will live. With the advancement in technologies and increased internet connectivity, in today’s technological world, one such hand is “Internet of Things (IoT)”. Cisco systems, an American multinational technology company, defines Internet of Things (IoT) as “simply the point in time when more ‘things or objects’ were connected to the internet than people”. In other words, Internet of Things (IoT) is a web of connected devices that is inserted as an integral part of any physical object...

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Indian Defense-Tech Startups & their Intellectual Property (IP)

With the advent of the Make in India by the Modi Government in India and especially in the defense sector the country is going towards the process of complete indigenization of all it’s products which can suffice for all the forces i.e. the ground force, water force and the air force respectively. The entire objective of complete indigenization can be achieved only by the following means i.e. Developing the sophisticated technologies in IndiaBorrowing technology from a Foreign Defense CorporationCp-Developing technologies with a Foreign Defense Corporation Having said that, the core #legal question behind all of this is that, who shall have the...

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Indian Defense-Tech Startups & their Investment Term Sheet

The #defense sector has seen a high degree of priority from the Modi government which includes the adoption of a Public Private Partnership (PPP) Model vis a vis setting up of several “Startup Incubation Centers” at different State owned research facilities wherein prima facie importance is given towards innovation, development of new technologies and indigenization of defense products. Having said that, the Research & Development (R&D) of technologies involves huge amount of infusion of funds which the Defense-Tech startup finds difficult to arrange for. Thus, the need arises for the involvement of an “Angel Investor” who is willing to infuse...

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Legality of Online Medical Prescription & E-Pharmacies in India

The easy availability of medicines without proper prescriptions and convenience factors associated with #e-pharmacies has also increased the risk of drug abuse, self- medication by patients, sale of counterfeit medicines and poor storage conditions. The requirement of a valid prescription for selling the medicines online is the most important and major challenge faced by e-pharmacies. The Pharmacy Practice Regulations 2015 mentions electronic prescription and defines a ‘prescription’ as a written or electronic direction from a registered medical practitioner or other properly licensed practitioners to a pharmacist to compound and dispense a specific type and quantity of preparation or prefabricated drug...

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Indian Defense-Tech Startups & Transfer of Technology (ToT)

The Make in India initiative by the Modi Government in India and especially in the defense sector has laid down the process of complete homogenisation of all the #defense products which includes the Transfer of Technology (ToT) not only from the Foreign Corporations but also from the Indian Defense Research Organisations like the DRDO and other allied organisations and research facilities respectively. The focus has know shifted from “know how” to “know why” whereby endeavours are being made to either develop critical technologies and/or get the critical technologies under direct Transfer of Technology (ToT) from the Foreign Corporation to their...

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Legality of E-Pharmacy in India

With the advent of #e-commerce, the concept of online pharmacies and online sale of drugs has been in vogue throughout the world. This increasing trend of purchasing #medicines online has also increased the number of e-pharmacy platforms. #E-pharmacies are online platforms where the consumers can purchase the medicines without having to visit the brick-and-mortar pharmacies. In India, the laws regulating the sale, distribution, manufacture and storage of drugs are: The Drugs and Cosmetic Act, 1940 (“DCA”)The Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, 1945 (“DCR”) The Drugs and Magic Remedies Objectionable Advertisements) Act, 1954The Indian Medical Act 1956 The Code of Ethics Regulations,...

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Recovery of Debts by Corporate: Cheque & Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

In the modern world, cheques are being used in almost every form of transaction, be it debts, loan guarantees, employee salary payments etc. But there comes a bane with every boon. “Check Bounce” nowadays, is one of the most prevalent and common forms of financial problems in India, and this problem is also being faced by many corporate houses at a large scale. The law deems this to be a criminal offence in accordance with Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 respectively. Under this act, there are three parties involved in a cheque bounce dispute: The drawer, who is the...

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Recovery of Debts by Corporate: Recovery Suits

This is a very common form of debt recovery that companies always prefer before the Courts of our nation nowadays. The procedure is a bit lengthy considering that both the parties in the loan recovery dispute, i.e., the company and the borrower, are given an equal opportunity to plead their cases and the evidence is given more of consideration. This form of a suit is more preferred by the corporate houses while considering the aforementioned reasons. While filing such a suit, a primary preference is given to the place where the defaulting borrower resides. To state a point of caution,...

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