Nishith Desai appointed as advisor to frame norms. Bitcoin start-ups Zebpay, Unocoin, Coinsecure and Searchtrade have jointly launched a Digital Asset and Blockchain Foundation of India (Dabfi), with the aim of orderly and transparent growth of the virtual currency market. The body will work as a self-regulatory organisation for this business. And, has appointed Nishith Desai Associates, an international law firm, to develop self-regulation norms for the segment. A committee for the SRO has ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Bitcoin and blockchain firms form self-regulatory organisation - Business Standard, 1 month ago
Bitcoin firms form self-regulatory body for transparent growth - Business Standard, 1 month ago
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Former finance head Bansal, who left Infosys in 2015, has gone for arbitration over severance pay Rajiv Bansal, former finance head at Infosys Technologies, has sought arbitration to get the remaining portion of the severance pay he had been once promised. The Times of India first reported this development, based on sources. Personnel and legal experts say in such cases, employees are likely be favoured, as courts and tribunals consider them vulnerable before a large company or organisation.Rediff.com, 5 days ago
India Gaming Conclave, an initiative aimed to be an annual event for the stakeholders to converge and discuss on working towards a legalized and regulated gaming industry in India was launched in New Delhi on March 17. The event was aimed at educating and ...catchnews.com, 1 month ago
With the demand for lower costs in process driven activities and a move away from the high rate, billable hours and partner tribute model of legal services, AI platforms are being used internationally in a multitude of legal tasks. Sayan Ghosal reports. IMAGE: AI platforms are used for a wide range of tasks, ranging from automated challenges to parking tickets to litigations involving US patent cases, judgment predictions, and risk assessments. Photograph: Aditiya ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Despite a temporary relief, foreign investors still see the sword of double-taxation hanging above their hard earned returns. On December 21, the Central Board of Direct Taxes issued a circular clarifying that offshore vehicles, including foreign portfolio investors (FPIs), were subject to indirect transfer provisions. The move set alarm bells ringing in fund houses from Hong Kong to London and New York. Effectively, the indirect transfer provisions imposes taxes on offshore transactions if ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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