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Daichii- Ranbaxy Dispute: Implications for Buyers and Sellers
  • Khaitan & Co
  • India
  • March 7 2018

The recent dispute between Daichii Sankyo Company Limited and Singh Brothers has reignited several interesting questions on buyer seller dynamics in M


Delhi High Court upholds foreign award in favour of daiichi (except qua minor respondents)
  • Khaitan & Co
  • Singapore, India
  • February 6 2018

By a judgment delivered on 31 January 2018, the Delhi High Court has held that the award passed in favour of Daiichi Sankyo Company Ltd. (the


India: Doctrine of good faith in contracts
  • SS Rana & Co
  • India
  • January 30 2018

Many countries recognize the obligation to act in good faith when entering into and executing contracts. Acting in good faith imposes an


Indemnity Vs Damages
  • SS Rana & Co
  • India
  • January 15 2018

Indemnity and damages are two closely related words when it comes to contracts and agreements, yet bearing completely different principle and


India: Validity of Non-Compete Clause in an Employment Agreement
  • SS Rana & Co
  • India
  • December 8 2017

The Constitution of India, in accordance with Article 19 (1) (g), confers on each and every citizen with the fundamental right to


Delhi High Court confirms that two Indian parties can choose a foreign seat of arbitration and applies the alter ego doctrine to join non-parties to the arbitration agreement
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • India
  • December 8 2017

In GMR Energy Limited v. Doosan Power Systems India Private Limited, the Delhi High Court confirmed that two Indian parties can contract to have a


India: Frustration of Contract
  • SS Rana & Co
  • India
  • December 8 2017

The doctrine of frustration comes into play when a contract becomes impossible of performance, after it was made, on account of circumstances beyond


Dubai Court of First Instance Judgment: Do the UAE Courts apply foreign law?
  • Al Tamimi & Company
  • United Arab Emirates
  • September 29 2017

There is a common misconception that the UAE Courts will only apply UAE law when determining disputes between parties, notwithstanding an agreement to


Ministry of Finance clarifying the purchase order containing all the essential ingredients of a valid contract to be treated as one under the Indian Contract Act, 1872 (Circular No. 312013-custom dated August 6, 2013)
  • Singh & Associates
  • India
  • September 17 2013

The Central Board of Excise and Custom (CBEC), Ministry of Finance, having received references from different Customs houses and investors to clarify


Non-compete clause in the Indian law of contracts - an insight
  • Singh & Associates
  • India
  • November 30 2012

A non-compete clause is well known under the Contractual Laws as the clause being made out into any agreement between two parties where one party is