THE KARNATAKA HIGH COURT LIFTS THE TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER AGAINST PINE LABS IN THE PATENT INFRINGEMENT CASE BROUGHT BY INNOVITI.

THE KARNATAKA HIGH COURT LIFTS THE TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER AGAINST PINE LABS IN THE PATENT INFRINGEMENT CASE BROUGHT BY INNOVITI.

Innoviti filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Pine Labs involving its point-of-sale (POS) terminal technology, and the Karnataka High Court recently revoked an interim temporary injunction against Pine Labs by the trial court in Innoviti Payment Solutions v. Pine Labs. Justice SR Krishna Kumar issued the ruling on the grounds Read more…

Settlement Deed In A Partition Suit Must Include Written Consent Of All Parties; Consent Decree Among Only Some Parties Not Maintainable: Supreme Court

Settlement Deed In A Partition Suit Must Include Written Consent Of All Parties; Consent Decree Among Only Some Parties Not Maintainable: Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court of India has recently ruled that in a suit for partition of joint property, a settlement deed must include the written consent of all parties involved. The court stated that a consent decree reached among only some of the parties is not maintainable. Case Title: Prasanta Kumar Read more…

Differences between the judiciary and executive are part of democracy; should not be termed 'confrontation': Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju

Differences between the judiciary and executive are part of democracy; should not be termed ‘confrontation’: Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju.

According to Rijiju, “some elements” do not want to see India advance, so they are attempting to portray a conflict between the judiciary and the executive. Law minister Rijiju Differences between the executive and judicial branches are inherent to democracy and shouldn’t be characterized as “confrontation,” according to Union Law Read more…