The firm has strong media practice covering key sectors such as Film &Television, Music and Entertainment. Firm has expertise in both, non-contentious or contentious matters. Litigation includes: Copyright, contractual disputes, Jon doe orders, pre-release and post release litigation pan India. On the non-contentious side practise includes drafting,wetting and negotiating various agreements such asco-production; financing, exhibition and distribution agreement, talent agreements. IP and supplementary rights management and planning.

Firm has expertise to draft agreements keeping in mind international best practices and create agreements to narrow down areas of future dispute and provide for quick and low cost dispute resolution mechanism. Firm has successfully assisted many producers and production houses to fight pre-release litigation, Copyright Infringement, anti-piracy litigation, disputes arising from co-production agreements and other litigation based on social and political issues.

Firm has strong presence in the TDSAT, Competition Commission of India, Fcat, (film certification appellate tribunal).

Long standing exposure in the industry firm has deep understanding of policy matters and regulation and has capability to represent and provide assistance at the ministry level.

Our clients include publishers of print media, producers, distributors, exhibitors and broadcaster of content including TV channels and multiplex operators. We also represent actors, directors, and music producers. Our teams usually include three to five lawyers: a partner; senior associate; associate; and trainee or paralegal.

Are husbands forced to commit suicide due to misuse of 498A? Is 498A also used as a tool for extorting money from the husband and in-laws? Have incidents like wife conspiring with her boyfriend to threaten the husband of filing false 498A case or a father in law committing suicide because the daughter-in-law filed a 498A case and demanded Rs. 25 lakh as extortion or taking the case back caused alarm bells to go off in the law and justice system? Judgement of Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel and Justice Uday Umesh Lalit is discussed in this program. The court has stated that no arrests should be made in 498A cases until charges are verified by a committee duly set up for this purpose, the committee will have one month's time after the complaint has been filed. We discuss the misuse of section 498A of IPC and whether the section is responsible for breaking up families. Incidents of husband being forced to commit suicide due to being victimised due to misuse of 498A have been brought up in the course of the program. Gujarat High Court has stated that section 498A cannot be used as a tool to force husband to agree for a divorce, all this and more is discussed in the programme. For More information on this news visit:



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