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The Court of Arbitration for Sport: ‘The Supreme Court of Sports

Introduction The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is what some describe as the world's ‘Supreme Court of Sports’. The CAS is essentially an arbitration body which also provides consulting and mediation services to its stakeholders, notably the International Olympic Committee (IOC), International Federations, National Olympic Bodies, National Sports Bodies and the World Anti- Doping Agen...

Service Tax - Works Contract Service - An insight into AP High Court decision

THE Hon'ble Andhra Pradesh High Court, on 7.6.2010 delivered a judgement in M/s Nagarjuna Construction Company Limited v. Union of India (W.P.No. 6558 of 2008) - 2010-TIOL-403-HC-AP-ST on the issue relating to payment of service tax under Works contract service, availing the composition scheme. The decision, coming after a period of exactly three years from the date of introduction of service t...

The Indian ‘Club vs Country’ Saga: A ‘Gambhir’ Situation?

By Vidushpat Singhania The ‘Club versus country’ debate has been a raging one worldwide. It has recently come to the forefront in India with Gautam Gambhir’s omission from the Indian team touring the West Indies due to an injury sustained in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match for Kolkata Knight Riders (a franchisee, akin to a club). The Board of Cricket Control of India (BCCI) decides wh...

Antitrust Treatment of Bundled Discounts in US: A Case Analysis

Discounts and rebates have been a longstanding practice of sellers in order to lure customers to buy their products. The practice goes by various different names, often used interchangeably,1 as loyalty or fidelity discounts/rebates, quantity or volume discounts/rebates or bundled discounts/rebates. Loyalty discounts or rebates are agreements whereby a seller gives discounts to buyers on fulfil...

SC on 'Interest on availment of Credit - An Analysis of Rule 14 of Cenvat Credit Rules

THE Supreme Court's decision in the case of Union of India v. M/s Ind-Swift Laboratories [2011-TIOL-21-SC-CX] has left everyone bewildered by ruling that interest is payable under Rule 14 of the Cenvat Credit Rules, 2004, on wrongful availment of Cenvat Credit and not utilisation of the credit so availed. The Apex Court arrived at this conclusion in an appeal filed by the Department against the...

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