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Rishi Sunak’s Policy Agenda – A Critique

Article Published at Lex Witness. INTRODUCTION United Kingdom’s new Prime Minister, Mr. Rishi Sunak, took over office during one of the most serious economic crises in modern British history as he attempts to steer the country through an ongoing cost-of-living crisis, political and social disjuncture, and talks of looming recession. As a response for the […]

  • Somesh Tiwari
    Somesh Tiwari
  • December 1, 2022

The Seat Or The Assets – Where Do You Enforce The Award?

Article Published at Live Law. The emergence of arbitration as one of the primary mechanisms of dispute resolution has vastly changed the landscape of commercial disputes in India. Arbitration has fast become the preferred mode of dispute resolution in commercial matters in India[1]. Time limits on arbitration proceedings, strict limitation periods, and an extremely limited […]

  • Somesh Tiwari
    Somesh Tiwari
  • November 18, 2022

Somesh Tiwari – Inheritance of Justice

Article Published in Passion Vista Magazine. Among all things legal that Advocate Somesh Tiwari inherited from his ancestors, the Inheritance of Justice was the most defining. “My inspiration is my Grandfather who worked tirelessly for the people. He established his practice arguing for the side of the employee, the party wronged, and we often had […]

  • Passion Vista Magazine
    Passion Vista Magazine
  • October 7, 2022

Publicity Interest Litigation

Article Published in LinkedIn. ORIGIN OF PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION The collective efforts of Justice V.R Krishna Iyer and Justice P.N Bhagwati is where the story of P.I.L began. It is the result of the judicial activism of the Supreme Court. Justice P.N Bhagwati also known as the father of PIL took up the first case […]

  • Luv Tripathi
    Luv Tripathi
  • September 28, 2022

Raising the Bar -Somesh Tiwari – A Legacy Lawyer

Article Published in Lex Witness. In its endeavour to spot the next-gen rising stars in the Indian legal fraternity, Lex WITNESS met Somesh Tiwari, Managing Partner, Vardharma Chambers, who studied law in Mumbai and is currently managing a law firm in New Delhi. Here are some interesting excerpts of our conversation with Somesh. AS A […]

  • Lex Witness
    Lex Witness
  • September 24, 2022

Welfare of Child in Custody Battles

Article Published in LinkedIn. “A child’s best interest and welfare are of a paramount importance in custody battles and that the courts must choose a course which will provide healthy growth, development and education” which will equip the youngsters to face problems of life as a mature adult. INTRODUCTION – It should be an inevitable […]

  • Aashna Mehra
    Aashna Mehra
  • September 23, 2022

Provocative Clothing or Problematic Mindset

Article Published in LinkedIn. The Kerala High Court has found the order of Kozhikode session court, in the much talked sexual harassment case of author Civic Chandran, non-justifiable. The court also stayed the order granting anticipatory bail to the accused till the appeal is disposed of. The court observed that “prima facie it appears that […]

  • Vidula Mehrotra
    Vidula Mehrotra
  • September 21, 2022

Analysis of Ashish Agarwal Case

Article Published in LinkedIn. INTRODUCTION The Hon’ble Supreme Court in its recent judgment, Union of India v. Ashish Agarwal, 2022 SCC OnLine SC 543, did the great balancing act of protecting the interests of both the Revenue and the assesses. The issue involved in the present case was regarding the changes brought in by the […]

  • Shubhankar Singh
    Shubhankar Singh
  • September 20, 2022

Bail is the Rule: The Supreme Court’s Latest Attempt to Revive A Dead Letter

Article Published in Bar and Bench. “The basic rule may perhaps be tersely put as bail, not jail, except where there are circumstances suggestive of fleeing from justice or thwarting the course of justice or creating other troubles in the shape of repeating offences or intimidating witnesses and the like, by the petitioner who seeks […]

  • Kaveesh Nair
    Kaveesh Nair
  • September 17, 2022

Benami Transactions and Arbitrary Attachments – The First Chink in the Armour of Supreme Court’s Landmark PMLA Judgment?

Article Published in Live Law. A 3 judge bench of the Hon’ble Supreme Court comprising of the Hon’ble Chief Justice  N.V. Ramana, Hon’ble Justice Krishna Murari and Hon’ble Justice Hima Kohli in Union of India vs M/s Ganpati Dealcom Pvt. Ltd, Civil Appeal No. 5783 of 2022 while dealing with a legal question whether the […]

  • Utsav Saxena
    Utsav Saxena
  • August 27, 2022

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