Towards further improving India's ranking in the World Bank’s 'Doing Business Report', which, inter alia, considers dispute resolution environment in a country as one of the parameters for doing business, the Commercial Courts, Commercial Division and Commercial Appellate Division of High Courts (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018 (“Ordinance”) was promulgated on 3rd May, 2018. The Ordinance sought … Continue reading THE COMMERCIAL COURTS, COMMERCIAL DIVISION AND COMMERCIAL APPELLATE DIVISION OF HIGH COURTS (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2018
Introduction / Background The Specific Relief (Amendment) Bill, 2017 was introduced in Lok Sabha by the Minister of Law and Justice, Mr. Ravi Shankar Prasad on December 22, 2017. The Bill seeks to amend the Specific Relief Act, 1963. The amendments have been suggested pursuant to the recommendations in the Expert Committee’s Report on Specific Relief … Continue reading The Specific Relief (Amendment) Act, 2018
First published in Business Manager magazine. The Indian government has been making strides by bringing about reforms and amendments to various labour/human resource legislations and attempting to harmonize a hitherto archaic and unattended system.
There are no provisions in the Indian labour and employment laws which defines the term probation. As the word 'probation' suggests, it is the initial period of employment during which an employer can carefully consider whether a new member is able to meet the standards and expectations of the job and if they should be … Continue reading Probation – A risk or an opportunity: A Study in the Indian context
Further to our Part I, this Part seeks to outline the key provisions with regards to enforcement under the Current Act and Rules and seeks to compare the legal positions of both the Previous and Current Acts and Rules. Enforcement Compounding of Offences Compounding of Offences is a new provision added in the Current Act … Continue reading The Maharashtra Shops and Establishment (Regulation of Employment and Conditions) Act and Rules: A step forward or a step backward? (Part 2)