Some of the Changes in the New Companies Act,2013 23. Public offer and private placements (1) A public company may issue securities— (a) to public through prospectus (herein referred to as “public offer”) by complying with the provisions of this Part; or (b) through private placement by complying with the provisions of Part II of […]

The trial of Nirbhaya’s case is now over and the five accused were convicted and awarded highest form of punishment as per the law. But how the four accused before the Saket court defended their case. Although I personally feel that there should be no defense to their heinous acts, which shook the conscience of […]

The doctrine of severability is a guardian of our fundamental rights, suppose if any of the provisions in an act/statue is contrary to our fundamental rights then that provision only would consider being void and it is not the whole act that becomes void. The nature of the provision is material, suppose if any of […]

Patents are known for their inventiveness, novelty and non-obviousness. Patents when granted give its holder an exclusive sovereign right to have a monopoly over the patented product or a process. A patent is granted only when an application for the patent is presented to the patent office and the patent office publishes the patent application […]