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Are Virtual Interviews Better Than in Personal Interviews?

Are Virtual Interviews Better Than in Personal Interviews? Objectives: To find out the better and convenient mode of interview. To find out the reasons why specific mode of interview is better. Author: Samruddhi Ajay Raul. JDBIMS HRM Introduction: A personal interview is a meeting organized by a recruiter in which he evaluates a potential employee for prospective employment. However, this meeting should be considered a two-way process between the candidate and the interviewer. Virtual interviewing became essential in 2020 for most businesses when in-person interviews were suddenly stopped, due to several lockdowns and a work from home policy. These days Read More
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SUN PHARMACEUITICAL INDUSTRIES LIMITED VS CIPLA LIMITED

FACTS OF THE CASE In this case, Cipla Limited, the Respondent/Plaintiff, filed a suit for permanent injunction before the Madras High Court. The suit was against Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Limited, the Applicant/Defendant, as it infringed the Respondent/Plaintiff’s copyright and registered trademarks as follows: 1. The Applicant/Defendant imitated and substantially reproduced the artistic packaging, trade dress and labels of the Respondent/Plaintiff’s ‘BUDECORT RESPULES’ and ‘DUOLIN RESPULES’ which amounted to infringement of their copyright in artistic works. These were Budeonide Nebuliser Suspension BP, Levosalbutamol and Ipratropium Bromide Respirator Solution which were used in treating patients with respiratory ailments. 2. The Applicant/Defendant used Read More
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JSW STEEL VS KENCES LTD- Case study: (M2121- Joylin Vadaser663y)

The dispute between both the parties took place because of unfulfillment of terms of agreement dated 4 December 2010, which is in the nature of a storage contract. Kences Ltd had agreed to provide an open area with hard top, levelled with paved blocks and proper drainage facility of 60,000 sq. meters and covered shed of 1000 sq. mars. to JSW for storage of their goods with suitable handling equipment. The agreement was for a period commencing from 4 December 2010 to 3 December 2011. A work order dated 5 February 2011 was placed with Kences Ltd. However, Kences did Read More
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Kellogg India Private Limited, February 2022, Income Tax Appellate Tribunal – Mumbai, Case NoITA No. 7342/Mum/2018

Kellogg India Pvt. Ltd. is engaged in the manufacture and distribution of breakfast cereals and prepared meals and operates as a licensed manufacturer of the Kellogg brand. During the year under consideration, Kellogg India launched Pringles products in the Indian market. Kellogg India purchases Pringles products from Singapore-based AE Pringles International Operations SARL. Singapore AE does not manufacture Pringles, instead they are manufactured by a third-party contract manufacturer. The goods are then delivered at the cost price plus the 5% surcharge on the third-party manufacturer’s cost. These Pringles are later imported by Kellogg India from its AE and distributed in Read More
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Case Study on Rs.100 crores Fraud Busted in Axis Bank

44 Fake Accounts in Axis Bank Branches! ₹100 Crore Fraud Busted in Delhi. Introduction: The case involves 44 fraudulent bank accounts created by the Axis bank itself. Company Details: It is India’s third largest private sector bank. Founded in 1993, the former UTI Bank has its headquarters in Mumbai. Ahmadabad is the registered office. Case Details: • In a raid, Income Tax officers allegedly discovered 44 fake accounts at an Axis Bank branch in central Delhi’s Chandni Chowk. Tax officials said that since November 8 2016, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi banned 500- and 1000-rupee notes to combat black money Read More
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THE CASE STUDY OF UBER DRIVER’S LAWSUIT

Introduction: If anyone used the Uber Application as a Driver in California or Massachusetts between August 16, 2009, and February 28, 2019, and if anyone are not bound by Uber’s arbitration clause (either because you validly opted out of arbitration or because Uber has no record of your acceptance on an arbitration agreement), anyone could get a payment from a class action settlement. Company details – Uber Technologies, Inc. (Uber) is an American mobility as a service provider, allowing users to book a car and driver to transport them in a way similar to a taxi. It is based in Read More
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Godrej Properties Ltd. Vs. Goldbricks Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd

This appeal was submitted in accordance with Section 37 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Arbitration Act), and it challenges a decision made ex-parte by the learned Sole Arbitrator in response to a Section 17 application submitted by the Respondent. By the contested order, the learned Sole Arbitrator granted ex-parte ad-interim reliefs in accordance with the respondent’s application’s plea paragraphs (a), (b), (c), and (d). According to the argument, the parties had a legitimate expectation that the arbitral tribunal would hear them out before making a decision on any new Section 17 applications when they were already in front Read More
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