Aviation

Working with several industry veterans, we have a reasonable experience and exposure to matters related to Aircraft Act, Rules and the regulations by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation and we have been advising different stakeholders in compliances arising out of these rules and regulations. We have participated in several litigations from the DGCA, Secretary, Ministry to Civil Aviation to the Supreme Court of India pertaining to the Aircraft Act, especially related to matters such as commercial licenses, claims, etc.

Besides, we are also assisting in sale, lease of aircrafts, parts, clearances, licensing, etc. Also, we are working with several companies with their interests and stakes in the Aviation sector ranging from services to the Ministry of Civil Aviation, OEMs, Airport Maintenance contracts, manpower supply, ground handling services, etc.

Opinions

SECOND WAVE OF COVID-19 AND THE “NEW STRAIN” OF CYBERCRIMES

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You Tube’s Terms of Use: Playing the Brands’ Band

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OTT platforms- Regulated or Censored?

A glimpse at the IT (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021

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Research and Insights

Balance Sheets As ‘acknowledgement Of Debt’: End Of Long Drawn Confusion

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (‘Code’) was incorporated with the aim to facilitate speedy debt resolution process and balance of interest of the all the stakeholders.

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Extinguishment of prior criminal liabilities of a Corporate Debtor: A safety armour for Resolution Applicants

The jurisprudence developing around the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (hereinafter referred to as ‘I & B Code’) is, nowadays, focused on affording protection

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Cross Border Insolvency under the I & B Code, 2016: The road ahead

Law relating to cross border insolvency concerns itself with Indian financial creditors having claims upon defaulting companies which are global, or global financial persons having claims

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