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Subhayu Sen, Associate, Khaitan & Co., Mumbai
Cite as: (2010) PL (CL) December S-54
Instances where an initial public offer comprises of an offer for sale are common. Private equity investors, seeking a valuable return on investment, prefer to offload securities held by them in an issuer by offering their holding as part of an offer for sale......
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Suruchi Rungta, Associate, Khaitan & Co., Mumbai
Cite as: (2010) PL (CL) November S-2
Domain name disputes arise most often as a consequence of the practice of cybersquatting or domain squatting. Very often, while browsing the internet, one comes across websites which are nothing but a common misspelling of the popular website(s) or trade marks”......
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Sahil Sethi, Associate, Saikrishna and Associates
Cite as: (2010) PL (IP) November S-40
Over time, notions of what constitutes “art” have changed considerably. “The Baroque” was once synonymous with “the ridiculous”, and “the grotesque” was no more than a description of an “extravagant style of Ancient Roman decorative art rediscovered and then copied in Rome at the end of the 15th century”......
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Tarunya Krishnan, Associate, Khaitan & Co., Mumbai
Cite as: (2010) PL (CL) October S-11
Private equity investors, at the time of entry, must be very clear about their exit options. In fact, knowledge of exit options is a necessary concomitant of entry. Profits accruing to private equity investors hinges on their terms of exit and therefore the investors want to be prepared right at the outset......
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Nandita Saikia, Associate, Saikrishna and Associates
Cite as: (2010) PL (IP) October S-22
Over time, notions of what constitutes “art” have changed considerably. “The Baroque” was once synonymous with “the ridiculous”, and “the grotesque” was no more than a description of an “extravagant style of Ancient Roman decorative art rediscovered and then copied in Rome at the end of the 15th century”......
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Rajshekhar Rao
Cite as: (2010) PL (CL) October S-15
Private equity investors, at the time of entry, must be very clear about their exit options. In fact, knowledge of exit options is a necessary concomitant of entry. Profits accruing to private equity investors hinges on their terms of exit and therefore the investors want to be prepared right at the outset......
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Ronak Ajmera, Associate, Khaitan & Co., Mumbai
Cite as: (2010) PL (CL) September S-11
The scheme of Indian company law envisages two classes of companies based on their shareholding: private and public. The former has been defined to mean a company which, by its Articles of Association inter alia restricts the rights of its members to transfer its shares, restricts its total number of members to 50 (fifty) and prohibits any invitation to the public to subscribe to its shares or debentures.....
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Haripriya Padmanabhan
Cite as: (2010) PL (CL) September S-2
Research in Motion (RIM), the makers of the popular Blackberry mobile phones and services have been given an ultimatum by the Indian Government to ensure that the messages and e-mails sent on the Blackberry network from one Blackberry customer to another are capable of being monitored and accessed if so required.....
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Nandita Saikia, Associate, Saikrishna and Associates
Cite as: (2010) PL (IP) September 12
The Copyright (Amendment) Bill, 2010, intends to even out the playing field in the film and music industry by making a series of changes in the Copyright Act, 1957 which are primarily intended to strengthen the position of persons such as music composers and lyricists.....

 

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Nandita Saikia, Associate, Saikrishna and Associates
Cite as: (2010) PL (IP) August S-2
The first sale doctrine which is closely associated with the concept of “exhaustion of rights” states that once a lawfully made copy of a work protected by copyright is sold by or with the authorisation of the copyright owner, he no longer has the right to control the further sale or distribution of that copy. In other words, by the “first sale” of a copy, the copyright owner exhausts his right to control further sale or distribution of that particular cop. . .
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