Full-Service Business & Corporate Law, IPR and Finance Law Firm in India

Global Jurix

S-191 C, 3rd floor, Manak Complex
School Block, Shakarpur

New Delhi 110092

Phone+91 8800-100284 or+91 11 32023503
Fax +91 11 22481711

Law Firm Overview

Global Jurix, established in 2002, is a full service law firm in India. Global Jurix is dedicated to providing best quality services to each and every individual, organization, companies and government bodies. Global Jurix contains a blend of youth and experience which makes it unique and different

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Articles Published by Global Jurix

 Updates on Indian Companies Act

There was a time when talks were going around that starting up a private company and its maintenance will become a tedious task with numerous compliances and strict procedures, will cause it to take a back seat. The exemptions provided to private limited company under the Indian Companies Act, 2013, come as a stroke of blissful breeze.

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 REITs to Boost Growth and Transparency in Indian Real Estate Sector

Today, the Real Estate Investment Trusts [REITs] are highly successful in more than 20 countries worldwide, including USA, UK, Australia, France, etc. Therefore, SEBI has rightly allowed trading of such REITs in India also, in August 2014, to pave the way for desired growth and transparency in the vast and fast-paced real estate sector of India. Besides bringing in the globally accepted practices, these REITs are expected to infuse a new lease of life and zing in the Indian real estate sector.

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 E-Governance in Terms of Indian Companies Act, 2013

Electronic Governance or E-Governance has now become an imperative requirement of today’s highly competitive and intense corporate world. Through proper utilization of e-governance at all levels of corporate hierarchy, corporations in all economic sectors can certainly become more efficient, transparent, and reliable. The below article describes the provisions of e-governance stipulated by the new Indian Companies Act of 2013, to make corporate governance in India rather swift and impeccable.

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 Duties of Directors Under the New Indian Companies Act, 2013

Duties and responsibilities of the Directors of a company, particularly the public limited companies, have been explicitly and lucidly stipulated in the new Indian Companies Act of 2013, which were rather obscure in the earlier CA-1956. These duties and liabilities of both the general Directors and the Independent Directors, are described in the Section 166, and the Schedule IV of the CA-2013. Discover these vital duties, for highly efficient and impeccable corporate management and governance.

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 Protection of Domain Name As A Trademark

There is an ever-growing need for obtaining well-rounded protection to the internet domain names, like the protection enjoyed by the trademarks and service marks. Today, the internet domain names have also become business identifier and promoter, as the internet has emerged out as a globally popular platform for accelerated flow of all sorts of business information related with all economic sectors. Efforts of ICANN and WIPO in this direction have also been described.

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 Registration and Protection of Trademarks in India and Abroad

All about trademarks and service marks, and registration and protection of these in India, and in countries worldwide. A special and exclusive section is provided over registration of trademarks in India, including the registration process, and the up-to-date provisions in the Trade Marks Act of 1999, and the Trade Marks Rules of 2002. International Treaties like the TRIPS Agreement, Berne Convention, Madrid Protocol, & CTM,are also described briefly.

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 India Coporate Governance - A New Outlook

Provided is very informative, useful, and securing information about the changes introduced by the Indian Companies Act of 2013 to the realm of Corporate Governance. These changes and refinements in the practices of corporate governance in India are certainly very elegant and innovative for rendering the corporate world of India at par with that in most of the major and fast progressing economies of the world.

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 Growing Needs of (LLP) Limited Liability Partnership

Ours this informative web-article presents opulent information about the limited liability partnership (LLP) firms in India. These LLPs are enormously popular in nearly all economic sectors in India and abroad. Registered and regulated under the rules and regulations given in the Indian LLP Act of 2008, these LLPs are certainly highly suitable and preferable corporate entities for combining entrepreneurial talent and expertise of one partner, and capital and resources of the other partner.

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 Corporate Social Responsibility As Per New Indian Companies Act 2013

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), a term widely use for defining the responsibilities of Corporate world towards the society & environment. Although the term is not new in this Corporate world but its scope & meaning has undergone major changes from treating it as a mere charity in comparison with the responsibilities/duties of the Corporate towards the outer world.

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 Supremacy of Shareholders & Their Democracy in Line with New Act, 2013

Shareholders are always being as an integral part of the company where they have played a vital role in accelerating the brand of the company in the corporate world. It is not only interesting and but also thrusting the mind how best New Corporate Act 2013 will get match with Shareholders in respect of their roles and responsibilities towards the company.

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 Protection of Well Known Trademarks in India

Protection of well known trademarks by the New Act is in recognition of the more modern concepts of trademark protection. Though the Indian Courts were actively protecting well known Trademarks, Statutory protection is a step in the right direction.

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 Procedure for Registration of Copyrights in India

It is not necessary to register a copyright for claiming the copyright. The acquisition of copyright is automatic and it does not require any formality. However, certificate of registration of copyright and the entries made therein serve as prima-facie evidence in a court of law with reference to dispute relating to ownership of copyright.

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