Rajdeep Banerjee is an advocate and legal consultant. He has additional PG Diplomas in Alternate Dispute Resolution, Media Laws, Cyber Laws, Intellectual Property Laws and Human Rights Law from NALSAR, Hyderabad and NLSIU, Bengaluru. He has been practicing law for the last ten years. He is also a visiting faculty at various premier institutions and has taught Corporate Taxation, Business Laws, Labour Laws, Intellectual Property Laws, Cyber Laws, Business Process Outsourcing, Drafting and Conveyancing, Constitutional Law, Sports Law, Public International Law and Human Rights to MBA and Law students. He delivers guest lectures on diverse topics to working professionals and students. He has been a resource person and has also presented research papers at various International and National Seminars and Conferences. He knows various languages including German, French, Spanish and Japanese. Joyeeta Banerjee is a legal consultant and practicing advocate for the last ten years. She is also a qualified Mechanical Engineer. She is also a visiting faculty at various premier institutions teaching Business and Economic Laws, Corporate Laws, Taxation Laws, Legal and Regulatory aspects of Banking, Intellectual Property Laws, Drafting and Conveyancing, Criminal law and Cyber Laws to MBA and Law students. She has delivered various guest lectures to working professionals and students. She has been resource person and has also presented research papers at various International and National Seminars and Conferences. She has PG Diplomas in Cyber Laws, Intellectual Property Laws, Media Laws, Alternate Dispute Resolution and Human Rights Law from NALSAR, Hyderabad and NLSIU, Bengaluru. She knows seven languages including Japanese, German, French and Spanish.
Smartphone makers have been engaged in multiple lawsuits against rivals for almost a decade now. Apple, Samsung, Qualcomm, HTC, Ericsson, Sony, Motorola, Microsoft etc. have gone to law courts often challenging rivals alleging patent infringements
Recent cases have highlighted the plight of buyers that were left in the lurch when builders were taken to the bankruptcy courts by the banks
Various types of startup entities are governed by separate laws, though there are certain common laws which are to be complied with
The absence of a comprehensive immigration law in the US has led to different measures from the Executive and other departments, leading to considerable legal disputes about the validity of such actions
This case can have huge ramifications in ongoing and future cases involving tech companies for practices which may fall on the thin line between competitive and anti-competitive practices