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Registration of Medical Devices (DCGI) – In A Minute | Ritika Ganju

Recently the Registration of Medical Devices is introduced with licensing through simple e-based process. It will also increase the ambit of medical devices which come under regulatory control.

 

This will further affect the implications and procedure related to licensing and Registration of Medical Devices. The Registration is optional till October this year and after that it will become mandatory. The regulation will be under control of – Central Drug Standards Control Organization (CDSCO), The Drug Controller General of India (DCGI), India’s Drugs & Cosmetic Act and Rules (DCA)

Watch this LawWiser In A Minute Video powered by Phoenix Legal, where Ritika Ganju, Partner, Phoenix Legal, takes us through key highlights of this requirements. She also shares objectives and implications of new medical devices regulations.

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QuickBytes – Role of Innovation & Intellectual Property Rights in Mitigating Climate Change

In this video Avani Shukla of #LawWiser takes you through climate change challenges and how proper innovation, technology and intellectual property rights can help us in providing practical solutions related to mitigating climate change.

 

We will also see how patents can provide better incentives for development of green technology.

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In A Minute – Model Tenancy Act, Siddharth Hariani

In absence of a model law, there are informal agreements with arbitrary clauses and often litigation arising out of disputes. The Union Cabinet has approved the Model Tenancy Act to streamline the process of renting property in India and aid the real estate sector.

Watch now #Inaminute Lawwiser video powered by Phoenix Legal where their Partner Siddharth Hariani quickly takes us through the highlights of the #ModelTenancyAct and how it impacts the rent control laws.

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In A Minute – Taxes on Global Digital Corporations – Notifications of SEP Thresholds, Pranav Srivastava

The Government of India recently notified the relevant threshold to constitute ‘Significant Economic Presence’ (SEP). The concept of SEP was introduced in the Income-Tax Act, 1961 (‘ITA’) from April 1, 2018.

Watch this LawWiser IN A MINUTE video powered by Phoenix Legal, where, Pranav Srivastava, Partner, Phoenix Legal, takes us through the highlights of this notification. He also shares the highlights and the objective of this law which is to tax the income of non-residents operating online digital platforms.

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Pre Pack Insolvency and its Implications – Parvesh Kheterpal and Bomi F. Daruwala

An ordinance has recently been promulgated for allowing the use of pre-packs as an insolvency resolution mechanism for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).

 

The defaults threshold is up to Rs 1 crore, under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. This system of insolvency proceedings is becoming an increasingly popular mechanism for insolvency resolution in the UK and Europe over the past decade.

Watchnow LawWiser video where we discuss the Pre-packs Insolvency and its implications with Bomi Daruwala, Managing partner, Vaish Associates and Parvesh Khetrapal, Head legal and CS, Feedback Infra Group.

 

They discuss the idea behind the process, its benefits, how it protects the creditors from the misuse and what will be the impact of the second wave of pandemic on this new resolution process.

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In Conversation – Pre-Packaged Insovency

Watch this video where Mr. Mukund P Unny talks about Pre-pack insolvency.

 

He touches upon various important points right from the basics. It’s a newly announced policy and the effect of it is yet to be seen. In light of that, he analyses the impact on MSMEs as well as the process in detail.

As parting thoughts, he also spoke to us about the benefits as well as disadvantages of a policy like this.

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In Conversation – COVID Vaccine and Issue of Licensing

Today our country is facing challenges for availability and accessibility of the Covid vaccine. Since the Covid vaccine has been developed many are advocating for easing of #IP rights to overcome these challenges.

In this video, Lawwiser discusses Covid Vaccine and the Issue of Compulsory Licensing with Rajeshwari Hariharan, Managing Partner, Rajeshwari, and Associate.

 

She explains what is compulsory licensing, the process, and whether competition law can be availed for its issuance during prevailing circumstances.

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In Conversation – YouTube Tax – Is it a hurdle for Indian Content Creators?

Watch now as Mr. Srinivas Kotni, Founder and Managing Partner, Lexport talks about the Youtube Tax.

 

He touches upon important aspects such as the effect of it on the Indian content creators.

Watch and find out what the expert has to say about other similar platforms following the same route in the future. And shares how the impact of this law can be minimised.

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In Conversation – Understanding Cryptocurrency

Bitcoins/cryptocurrency no matter how interesting investment in them may be, it still has legalisation issues in India and many countries.

Watch Shashank Garg , Partner , Advani & Co. share the background on the introduction of cryptocurrency, quickly explains various aspects on its legalisation , the trends, issues in investment security and implementation of laws relating to cryptocurrency.

 

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In Conversation -Charting the way for Intermediaries and Digital Content

Here’s an interesting conversation between Vinod and Suchita who are both Partners at Argus Partners.

They touch upon what the new Rules for regulation of intermediaries and digital content are. They give us a very detailed take on what the differences are between these Rules and the previously notified 2011 Rules.

Everything from Due Diligence to redressal mechanisms as well as significant social media intermediaries has been covered.

We recommend watching for a holistic and balanced understanding of the 2021 rules!

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