We, at L&S, are committed to helping our clients stay ahead of legal and market trends and hold regular Seminars, Conferences and Trainings on various legal and law related topics in India.

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May 2021

There are various challenges/complexities arising in the export promotion schemes viz., Advance Authorisation /EOU/SEZ etc. Hence, the government has initiated to promote the ‘Bonded Manufacturing & Warehousing Scheme’ as a part of Make in India initiative. In fact, various amendments have also been made in the scheme during last couple of years to make it business-friendly and bring down legal ambiguities.

May 2021

The webinar will compare and analyse the four export promotion schemes - Advance Authorisation/EPCG, EOU, SEZ and Customs bonded manufacturing facility.

April 2021

The government has been promoting the ‘Bonded Manufacturing & Warehousing Scheme’ which is contemplated under Sections 58 and 65 of the Customs Act 1962 as part of Make in India initiative. The scheme saw various amendments in the last couple of years to make it business-friendly.

April 2021

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2021 has been promulgated on 4th April 2021 introducing pre-packaged insolvency resolution process for corporate persons classified as micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME).

April 2021

This webinar organised by Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan will focus on certain important issues which are to be taken care by the ‘manufacturing sector’ in respect of Goods and Services Tax (GST).

March 2021

The Larger Bench of CESTAT in a recent landmark decision in the case of Kafila Hospitality & Travels Pvt. Ltd., has held that the target incentives / Performance Linked Bonus (PLB) Commission received by air travel agents from the airlines and commission received from CRS companies is not subject to service tax under the category of ‘Business Auxiliary Services’.

March 2021

While classification of goods has always been a disputable area, parts of railway and automobiles have been particularly under the scanner. This has been the scenario across Customs, Central Excise, VAT and now, GST laws.

March 2021

The Supreme Court in a recent landmark judgement has held that DRI officer is not ‘the proper officer’ to issue show cause notices under Section 28(4) of the Customs Act, 1962. The genesis of the dispute was an investigation initiated by the DRI in 2013 which culminated into a show cause notice in August 2014, covering imports made between 2012-2014.

March 2021

The Supreme Court in its recent judgment in the case of Engineering Analysis Centre of Excellence Private Limited has held that the sum payable by the resident end users/distributors to non-resident software manufacturers/distributors is not royalty and not chargeable to tax in India. Experts from Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan will be addressing the audience virtually to share finer nuances of the recent judgment.

July 2020

Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP), is organising an online training program on the Biodiversity Act and compliance in India.

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