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09July 2016

A real head-turner ! Risk of injury not foreseeable for person who concealed previous injury.

by Hamish Broadbent, Partner

The recent decision of Rayner v Brisbane City Council [2015] QDC 100 reaffirms that Local Councils, like any employer, may escape liability for workplace injuries where the circumstances were not foreseeable and an employee deliberately conceals a relevant history of...

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23May 2016

Virtual Currencies and Its Prospects In India

Shivam Anand, Kaden Boriss Legal, New Delhi NCR

DEFINITION According to the definition provided by European Central Bank in its report titled “Virtual Currency Schemes” published in October 2012- “A virtual currency is a type of unregulated, digital money which is issued and usually controlled by its developers and used...

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30March 2016

Evidential Value of Dying Declaration

Sumit Malhotra, Kaden Boriss Legal, New Delhi NCR

“Nemo Moriturus praesumitur mentire” A man will not meet his creator with a lie in his mouth. A principle under the evidence act which explicate that statement made by a person who is conscious enough and knows that death is impending...

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29February 2016

Non-Governmental Organisations

Nikita Sayam, Associate Advocate, Kaden Boriss Legal, New Delhi NCR

Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) include organizations engaged in public service, based on ethical, cultural, social, economic, political, religious, spiritual, philanthropic or scientific & technological considerations. They are voluntary organizations having a legal entity (registered) which include formal as well as informal...

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18February 2016

E-commerce in India

Sandeep Singh Grewal, Kaden Boriss Legal, New Delhi NCR

“You know, if you make a customer unhappy they won’t tell five friends, they tell 5000 friends.” – Jeff Bezos, Founder & CEO of Amazon The definition of e-commerce is a commercial transactions conducted electronically on the Internet. It may include the...

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15January 2016

Arbitrability of Fraud

Manas Pandey, Intern, Kaden Boriss Legal, New Delhi NCR

The issue of arbitrability of fraud is one which has been haunting the Indian Arbitral regime for a very long period of time. The issue mainly raises questions as to whether issues pertaining to serious allegations of fraud can be...

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