15th November, 2013
Reinforcing, perhaps, the significance of finer distinctions in fact situations and observing that tax laws have to be interpreted at times with a touch of equity, the Delhi High court in DIT –I v. Alcatel Lucent held that interest under Section 234 B of Income Tax Act was payable by the assessee, since tax was payable and neither payment had been made nor TDS deducted.
The LITCON - Conference on IP Litigation will be organised by CII on 6th December 2014 at Chennai. Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan is one of the sponsors of this conference.
In this conference on IP litigation, Mr. R. Parthasarathy, Principal Partner and Head of IP Practice in Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan will speak.
The main aim of the conference is to discuss about the latest developments and tr...
By Tarun Gopalakrishnan & Adarsh Ramanujan
The purpose of patents is to protect and incentivise innovation. The structure of the patent system sets up a trade-off between disclosing the innovation and a limited exclusivity over it. Today, the number of patents held by an individual has become a proxy for an individual’s contribution to the sciences; corporations wear patent nu...
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