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Ethics in Real Estate Industry

Title: Ethics in Real Estate Industry Author: Samruddhi Ajay Raul. MBA HRM JDBIMS Objectives: • To analyze the Ethics in Real Estate Industry • To gain the knowledge regarding of the Ethics in Real Estate Industry Introduction: • The real estate sector is one of the most globally recognized sectors. It comprises of four sub-sectors – housing, retail, hospitality, and commercial. The growth of this sector is well complemented by the growth in the corporate environment and the demand for office space as well as urban and semi-urban accommodation. The construction industry ranks third among the 14 major sectors in Read More
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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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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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Jk Cement Limited vs Anav Industries & Anr on 23 March, 2022

Introduction: The case involves JK Cement Company which is an Indian multinational cement company. The company headquarter is in Kanpur, India. It is a leading cement manufacturing company in India. The Company has over four decades of experience in cement manufacturing with Grey Cement plants in Nimbahera, Mangrol and Gotan in Rajasthan and in Muddapur, Karnataka. A complaint has been filed by them against Anav Industries and Anr ,where they are being accused of copying the trademark of JK Cement to sell their products to the customers. Case Details: 02.03.2022, Plaintiff from its marketing team received complaints of and inquiries Read More
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Britannia Ltd vs ITC Ltd

Britannia Ltd vs ITC Ltd was held on 6 September, 2016 under the judgement of Honourable Justice S. Muralidhar Britannia’s claim A case of trademark infringement brought by Britannia based on its registration of ‘Nutri Choice’ as a trademark and its packaging. Britannia argued that the overall appearance of ITC’s packing was deceptively similar to Britannia’s products. In the case of ‘Nutri Choice Digestive’ and ‘Sunfeast Farmlite 5-Seed Digestive’, it was argued that: 1. Both packs use a red and yellow combination of colours, with yellow on the left and red on the right; 2. Both packs use the words Read More
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Legal cases of Zomato

introduction & background On 9th of March, 2021 one Hitesha Chandranee of Bangalore claimed that when she complained of her food delivery from Zomato getting delayed, she was assaulted by the delivery person (more particularly punched on the face).[1] The woman has posted a video of her bleeding nose online. While the woman herself was first booked by the police for assaulting the delivery guy. However, a day later the delivery boy – one Kamaraj was arrested and Zomato suspended him as per procedure. According to the delivery boy, the women assaulted him first and so he filed a complaint Read More
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A.C. Thirumalaraj Versus Aditya Birla Nuevo Ltd.

Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd had filed a suit against liberty Agencies a Partnership Firm and it’s Partners in the City Civil Court Banglore. Where they contented for a specific performance of the agreement and an alternative for damage expenses and losses amounting to Rs. 20,12,44,398 if the agreement was breached. Further they even seeked to sought for temporary stay restraining the defendants from leasing, sun leasing and also to stop any business activities in the said property which was mentioned in the said agreement between both the parties. The parties had entered into an agreement on 02.03.2005 where the agreement Read More
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Johnson and Johnson- case study

Criminal charges for faulty hip implants case by DePuy Synthesis subsidiary of Johnson &Johnson. Depuy Synthesis was acquired by Johnson and Johnson in 1998. An expert committee set up by the Ministry of Health indicated that Johnson and Johnson had supressed facts regarding the hip replacement systems thus causing health issues in many individuals who had to undergo several surgeries again and some even getting permanently disabled. The actual process of the hip replacement: The hip joint consists of a ball and a socket, which are covered with cartilage and surrounded by a lubricating membrane to protect against wear. In Read More
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