Japsanjam Kaur Wadhera

Japsanjam Kaur Wadhera is an Advocate and has completed her BA.LLB (Hons) and has experience of writing various research papers during her college time. Earlier she was working as an Associate Advocate in a reputed Law Firm. She has an extreme interest in writing legal content and her core area falls under legal enactments, tax and finance.

Intellectual Property Rights for Business: An Overview

Intellectual property is a wider aspect in terms of intangible assets owned and legally protected by a person from being used by any other person without his/ her consent. It is a non- physical asset owned by a person. The idea of intellectual property rights relates to the fact that the particular products of human […]

When and How to Renew a Trademark Online in India?

Trademark Registration in India is necessary for a business to protect its brand from being infringed by others. Trademark registration provides many legal rights and benefits to the trademark holder, having the right to sue any person in the court of law for misusing the already registered mark or using a similar trademark and etc. […]

What are the Common Problems of Trademark Registration?

India is growing in the area of IPR and many businesses are now registering for trademark to protect their brands from any infringement by others. Trademark laws in India are based on the Indian Trademark Act, 1999. India has experienced a vast growth in the applications for the trademark registration in just few years. Other […]

Procedure for Prepaid Wallet License in India

Since after the demonetisation, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has prioritized and given special importance on the use of digital transfer of money for any cash purpose. To ease in transferring money and being proficient in the use of modern technology, the Reserve Bank of India has taken many initiatives and steps to make […]

Why Insurance Broker License is required in India?

Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) Act, 1999 provides for the regulations for Insurance Broker License, the objective of the regulations is to monitor and supervise insurance brokers. The Insurance brokers advise people on their insurance need and help them to choose right kind of product. The broker basically acts as a middleman between the […]

Procedure for Issue of Debentures: A Complete Guide

A debenture is a legal document through which a creditor lends money to the debtor. Under the Companies Act 2013, Section 2(30) states, debenture includes debenture bonds, stock or any other instrument of the company which is an evidence of a debt, whether it has or has not constituted a charge on the assets. Debentures […]

Revised Regulatory Framework Proposed by RBI for NBFCs

Over the years, NBFCs are turning systemically significant owing to their complexity, size and interconnectedness, the RBI has worked on to review the regulatory framework of NBFCs by adopting a scale based approach. Keeping in view with the recent difficulties faced in this sector, RBI stated that it has become imperative to re- examine the […]

Difference between Merger and Amalgamation in India

Merger and Amalgamation are two terms which are quite frequently used in takeovers of business to grow and make returns in the market. The deals in merger and amalgamation are increasing day by day. Amalgamation means where one business entity acquires one or more business entities to form a new one. Whereas, Merger means the […]

What is the Procedure and Forms Involved in Preferential Allotment?

The Companies Act, 2013, allows the company to raise funds via preferential allotment, sweat equity shares, employee stock option plan and right issue. When the shares are issued through preferential allotment, it helps the company to raise the capital much quickly. Section 62 i.e. Allotment of Shares and Section 42 i.e. Allotment of Securities of […]

Everything You Must Know About Patent Law in India

The Patents Act, 1970 came into force in the year 1972, amending and consolidating the existing law relating to patents in India. The patents act provides protection for the inventions relating to both products and processes. It gives the inventor an exclusive right to use, make and sell his/ her creation or invention for a […]

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