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Format: Hardback
Publisher: Eastern Book Company
Language: English
ISBN: 9789388822282,9789388206761,9789388822367,9789388206549,9789387487888,9789351455141,9789387487673,97
Dimensions: 22.8 x 15.3 x 2.9 cm
Shipping Weight: 8.000(Kg)
Date Added: 2019-01-03
Search Category: Lawbooks
Jurisdiction: Indian
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This collection contains following books:-
 
1.Patent Prosecution: Practice and Procedure by Mathew Thomas
2. Goods and Services Tax: Law and Practice by Milind Kumar
3. Insider Trading - Law & Practice by Armaan Patkar
4.Due Diligence by Hemant K Batra
5. Merger Control In India: Law And Practice by Tarun Mathur
6.Corporate Insolvency Law and Practice by Sumant Batra
7.Goods And Services Tax - Constitutional Law and Policy by Tarun Jain
 8. E-Commerce Laws - Law and Practice by Ammu Charles
 
 
1.Patent Prosecution: Practice and Procedure by Mathew Thomas
 

Patent Prosecution: Practice and Procedure by Mathew Thomas is an authoritative textbook on this subject.

The book provides an overview of patent system. The book explains drafting a patent claim, amendment of patents, infringement of patents, defences and remedies. Further, the book also deals with surrender and revocation of patents, applications made through the PCT route, search for patents, licensing patents and managing patent costs, etc.

Special Features:

  • Explains the complexities of patent prosecution with practical aspects in a simple and easy to understand style.
  • Provides easy understanding of how the reports and examinations are carried out.
  • In-depth coverage of all relevant aspects of prosecuting the patent application.
  • Subject lucidly explained with relevant tables, images and examples.
  • Discusses various aspects of grant of patents.
  • Also contains List of Forms.

The book will be immensely useful for patent practitioners, students of LL B and LL M, patent examiners, Indian Patent Office and anyone interested in learning about patent prosecution. Further, students appearing for the Patent Agent Examination may also find this book useful. 

2. Goods and Services Tax: Law and Practice by Milind Kumar

 
About the Author:

Milind Kumar is a renowned M Sc gold medallist, a qualified solicitor in England and Wales, a graduate from CLC, Delhi University. He has a 17 years vast experience in commercial, tax, constitutional, civil and criminal litigation.The author is practising as an Advocate on Record in the Supreme Court of India.

Coverage:

Milind Kumar’s Goods and Services Tax: Law and Practice is a crisp introduction on the implementation of GST which heralded a simplified indirect taxation regime in the country. This book gives an overview of the road to GST and the pre-GST era explaining why the change was needed. This follows a chapter on the constitutional amendment which brought the law into force.

The author has compared the GST regime of India with the rest of the world. Chapters on understanding GST and GST slab rates have been included. GST Council, GSTN, DGGSTI, GSPs have their own dedicated chapters. The various sections and their corresponding rules have been discussed together in this book.

The notable features of this book are:

  • Short, accessible chapters so that you can navigate through the book with ease.
  • Fully updated with latest legislative and case law developments.
  • Relevant and interesting facts and information are provided in each chapter.
  • Includes  a  companion  web  resource  EBC  ExplorerTM (www.ebcexplorer.com), providing access to important statutes related  to  GST,  indicated  by  Book  ResourcesTM  icon.

This book will be useful to entrepreneurs, managers, students, academicians  as  well as to  judges and lawyers.

3. Insider Trading - Law & Practice by Armaan Patkar

 

Insider Trading: Law and Practice by Armaan Patkar is a pioneering work on the subject, serves as a comprehensive guide to the law and practice of insider trading regulation in India, in the light of global developments.

The author has discussed the SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2015, including the recent amendments to the regulations. The work exhaustively covers the SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2015 including the recent amendments to the PIT regulations in December 2018 and January 2019. The book also covers the amendments made to the 2015 Regulations by the SEBI (PIT) ( Amendment) Regulations, 2018, which comes into effect on April 1, 2019.

 

Special Features:

  • Covers nearly 1,000 Indian and foreign cases
  • Global jurisprudence and good practices for establishing Chinese Walls- a topic on which Indian literature is negligible has been discussed in detail.
  • The chapter are arranged subject wise to suit the principle-bases nature of the 2015 Regulation.
  • It also examines enforcement principles, including principles of Civil, criminal and Officer Liability under the SEBI Act, 1992, and the applicable standards of proof.
  • Provides summary of all informal guidance letters issued by SEBI.
  • Specific chapters are dedicated to key terms “insiders”, “unpublished price sensitive information”, the prohibition on insider trading, communication of inside information, and compliance requirements.

4.Due Diligence by Hemant K Batra

Hemant K. Batra is a Strategist Business, Corporate, Commercial, and Policy Lawyer for nearly 3 decades. He is the elected vice-president of SAARCLAW and is associated with various projects of UN, UNDP, UNAIDS, UN-ESCAP, and ADB. He is chair of the South Asia Committee of Indian National Bar Association. He is a mentor at several prestigious schools of business and a lifetime member of the General Assembly of the Union of International Association, Brussels. He also holds prestigious positions in several international organizations of repute, and has been a guest speaker at more than 150 international conferences etc. He has written and lectured widely. He is a well acclaimed writer with 5 books to his credit. He was awarded the prestigious Mahatma Gandhi Seva Medal by the Gandhi Global Foundation.

Diligence means carefulness or thoroughness in relation to any task and activity. Due diligence is necessary in any commercial transaction that may involve an asset acquisition, equity or stock purchase, joint-venture, amalgamation, licensing, takeover or merger.  In fact it may be critical before signing any contract or agreement.

The work has relevance for every corporate house, corporate law firm, business analysts, and the like.

The work consists of 6 chapters: 

Chapter 1: Understanding the Meaning of the Simple Dual or Combo Word named “Due Diligence”.

Chapter 2: Why Do Due Diligence? 

Chapter 3: Who Needs Due Diligence?

Chapter 4: Findings of Due Diligence.

5. Merger Control In India: Law And Practice by Tarun Mathur

Merger Control in India: Law and Practice by Tarun Mathur aims to provide an overview and landscape of the merger control regime in India as it has developed in this decade. This book seeks to offer an introduction and a practical insight to the students and practitioners of the competition and corporate law about the working of the merger control regime in India. It also intends to undertake the study of the substantive and procedural aspects of the merger control provisions and wherever required, discuss the case laws of the appellate tribunal and the Supreme Court and the decisional practice of the CCI which has developed since the existence of the regime in India.

The following are the other highlights of the book:

  1. An in-depth empirical analysis of the trends of the M&A/combination assessment by the CCI.
  2. Concise and practical account of the merger control process with the aid of flowcharts and diagrams.
  3. Combination filing process and procedure outlines under the applicable statutes.
  4. Analysis of tools employed by the antitrust agencies for merger investigations.
  5. Detailed analysis of the merger remedies employed by the antitrust agencies.
  6. Contains techniques and practical considerations while drafting pre-merger filing notifications.

The book contains several tools designed to help the readers and make the legal aspects of merger control law (and competition law in general) more accessible. The book contains a comprehensive glossary, table of cases, table of reports, guidelines and notifications (arranged alphabetically) which gives a quick and useful reference and act as a good ready-reckoner while reading the book.

This book will be immensely useful for legal practitioners, law students, professors, judges, government officials, policy makers, administrators, researchers, Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries and anyone interested in learning about the principles of competition laws.

6.Corporate Insolvency Law and Practice by Sumant Batra

Sumant is a respected professional and his knowledge and understanding of insolvency law is well-recognised. He has long international experience. He commands full authority on the subject [and] his articulation of the economic, cultural and social dimensions of insolvency law will help readers in understanding theimpact insolvency law has on a nation’s market and society. [This] book on corporate insolvency is timely and serves many useful purposes.

                                                                                              –Extract from the Foreword by

                                                                                               Justice A.K. Sikri, Judge, Supreme Court of India 

A comprehensive book by an eminent insolvency expert at this stage which explains key dimensions of new insolvency law based on best practices and experience in other jurisdictions, with simplicity and clarity, can serve timely and useful purpose for the stakeholders.

                                                                                          –Extract from the Additional Foreword by

                                                                                         Justice M.M. Kumar, President, National Company Law Tribunal

Decidedly the most authoritative and outstanding work on the subject, by an eminent insolvency expert. The book strives to serve two main goals: First, to provide a broad understanding of the principles of insolvency law and the ecosystem in which it functions while referring to the global best practices and experiences of advanced markets. Second, to serve as a guide for the insolvency professionals and other consumers of IBC.

It follow the scheme of corporate insolvency process in IBC, and the discussion with intersperced with subjects that may not be an explicit part of the statute, but which have a strong bearing on the outcome of the resolution and liquidation process.

Practitioners will benefit enormously from the valuable insights provided in this book.

7.Goods And Services Tax - Constitutional Law and Policy by Tarun Jain

 The present comprehensive treatise on the biggest ever tax-reform in India, the Goods and Services Tax, throws light upon how GST has made a major impact on constitutional, legal and financial spheres. The GST Act, to say the least, has the potential to effect the consumption pattern of each and every individual in the country.

The book is divided into 4 sections.

Section I: The book starts with an analysis and discussion of the intent and thought process that went into the framing of this mega law – the foundation and background that will help in the interpretation and understanding of the various provisions of the GST law.

Section II: Deals, in detail, with the provisions of the Constitution Amendment Act, the discussions and developments that took place in Parliament, and the various relevant constitutional and statutory provisions.

Section III: Provides an analysis of the various legal, economic concepts upon which the GST law is based.

Section IV: Contains documents related to the Constitution Amendment Act for future reference. 

8. E-Commerce Laws - Law and Practice by Ammu Charles

The work has been primarily written to help enterpreneurs who are looking to develop strategies for building a robust business, practioners seeking to navigate their clients in running a successful business and students of this field. It explores the varios legal and practical aspects of setting up and running an e-commerce business.

The notable features of this book are:

  • This book delves into various topics ranging from registrations, jurisdictional issues, e-commerce disputes and validity of e-contracts.
  • Interaction of e-commerce with other laws such as laws of taxation, competition and intellectual property are dealt with in an extensive manner with reliance placed on important case laws.
  • Short, accessible chapters so that you can navigate through the book with ease. 
  • Explains technical terms in a simple and lucid manner.
  • Fully  updated  with  latest  legislative  and  case law developments.

    This book is meant for entrepreneurs who are looking to develop strategies for building a robust business, practitioners seeking to navigate their clients in running a successful business and students of this field.

 

 

 


Table Of Contents:

1.Patent Prosecution: Practice and Procedure

Table of Case 

Introduction

 

1. Patent Claim Drafting: Basic

 

2. Overview of Patenting Systems

 

3. The Indian Patent System

 

4. Amendment of Patents

 

5. Infringement of Patents, Defences and Remedies

 

6. Surrender and Revocation of Patents

 

7. Applications Through PCT Route

 

8. Search for Patents

 

9. Licensing Patents

 

10. Managing Patent Costs

 

11. Understanding a Patent Document

2. Goods and Services Tax: Law and Practice by Milind Kumar

 

1. Road to GST

 

2. Indirect Taxation — Pre-GST

 

3. Constitution (101st Amendment) Act, 2016

 

4. Goods and Services Tax Council (GST Council)

 

5. GST Around the World

 

6. Understanding GST

 

7. GST Rate Slabs and Compensation Cess Rates

 

8. Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN)

 

9. Directorate General of Goods and Service Tax Intelligence (DGGSTI)

 

10. GST Suvidha Providers (GSPs)/GST Seva Kendra

 

11. Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017

 

12. E-way Rules

 

13. Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017

 

14. Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017

 

15. Goods and Services Tax (Compensation to States) Act, 2017

Subject Index

3. Insider Trading - Law & Practice
 

1. An Introduction to Insider Trading

2. Development of Insider Trading Regulation

3. Legislative and Regulatory Framework in India

4. Insiders

5. Unpublished Price Sensitive Information

6. Other Definitions and Interpretation

7. Prohibition on Insider Trading

8. Communication of UPSI

9. Compliance Requirements

10. Enforcement

 

APPENDICES

 

1. SEBI Informal Guidance Letters Relating to Insider Trading

 

2. Report of the High Level Committee to Review the SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 1992

 
4. Corporate Insolvency Law and Practice by Sumant Batra
 

Part I

BACKDROP

1.India’s Tryst with Reforms

2.Global Developments

3. .Economic Rationale

4. .Related Laws

5. .Out Of Court Workouts

 

Part 2

INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK

6.Regulator

7.Adjudicating Authority

8.Insolvency Professional Agencies

9.Insolvency Professionals

10.Information Utilities

 

Part 3

CORPORATE RESOLUTION

11.Concept of Corporate Rescue

12.Twilight Period

13.Commencement

14.Communication

15.Moratorium

16.Public Announcement

17.Resolution Professional

18.Valuation

19.Litigation Funding

20.Interim Finance

21.Claims

22.Committee of Creditors

23.Resolution Plan

24.Fast Track Resolution

25.Time Frame

 

Part 4

LIQUIDATION

26.Initiation

27.Liquidator

28.Claims

29.Liquidation Estate and Realisation

30.Distribution

31.Dissolution .

32.Voluntary Liquidation

 

Part 5

COMMON RESOLUTION AND LIQUIDATION ISSUES

33.Fraudulent, Wrongful and Avoidance Transactions

34.Appeal

 

Part 6

CROSS-BORDER INSOLVENCY

35.Cross-Border Insolvency

 

Part 7

IMPLEMENTATION

36.Implementation

 

ANNEXURES

1.The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016

2.The Insolvency and Bankruptcy (Application to Adjudicating Authority) Rules, 2016

3.The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Insolvency Resolution Process for Corporate Persons) Regulations, 2016

4.The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Liquidation Process) Regulations, 2016

5. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Insolvency Professional Agencies) Regulations, 2016 .

6.The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Insolvency Professionals) Regulations, 2016 .

7.The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Model Bye-Laws and Governing Board of Insolvency Professional Agencies) Regulations, 2016

Subject Index

 
5. Goods And Services Tax - Constitutional Law and Policy by Tarun Jain
 
 
 
6. E-Commerce Laws - Law and Practice by Ammu Charles
 

Table of Content

1. Introduction to Electronic Commerce 

2. Getting Started: Registrations 

3. Electronic Contracts and Related Issues 

4. Jurisdictional Issues 

5. Reliability of E-Commerce 

6. Regulation of E-Commerce 

7. Taxation of E-Commerce

8. Intermediary Liability and E-Commerce 

9. E-Commerce Disputes 

10. E-payment

11. Privacy Issues and Data Collection 

12. Intellectual Property and Related Issues 

13. Security Issues 

14. Competition Law and E-Commerce 

15. FDI and E-Commerce 

 
7. Due Diligence by Hemant K Batra
 

Preface 

Acknowledgement 

About the Author 

Overview 

1. Understanding the Meaning of the Simple Dual or Combo Word Named “Due Diligence” 
2. Why Do Due Diligence? 
3. Who Needs Due Diligence? 
4. Findings of Due Diligence 
5. Practicing Due Diligence 
6. Due Diligence Review and Result Reporting 
7. Sample Due Diligence Checklist 

Subject Index 

Book Reviews

 

 
8. Merger Control In India: Law And Practice by Tarun Mathur
 
 

Contains several tools designed to help the readers and make the legal aspects of merger control law (and competition law in general) more accessible.

In addition to index, the book also contains a comprehensive glossary providing short definitions of the legal and economic terms which are commonly used in the practice of competition law. 

Contains table of cases, table of reports, guidelines and notifications (arranged alphabetically) which gives a quick and useful reference and acts as a good readyreckoner.

 

The book contains several appendices including

1) The Competition Act;

2) Combination Regulations;

3) Extracts of SVS Raghavan Committee Report;

4) Guidance notes issued by the CCI givingpreliminary instructions used to prepare and submit premerger notification under the Competition Act;

5) FAQ’s on combinations issued by the CCI; and

6) Several notifications issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs impacting the combinations under the Competition Act.

 

 
 
 
 
 

 
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