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Chief Attorney and Managing partner at Hemanth and Associates. I hold five year law degree (B.A.L., L.L.B) and a Masters of Law (L.L.M) in Securities Law and Intellectual Property Laws and executive program in the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI). Has good exposure in Civil, Commercial, Corporate, Real estate, Employment, Family and Criminal Laws.

Qualification : B.A.L., L.L.M

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Articles by Hemanth

Hearsay Evidence is No Evidence

Whether Hearsay evidence: which is a statement based on information received from others is admissible. The legal reason for inadmissible of the Hearsay Evidence. Hearsay is information gathered by one person from another person concerning some event, condition, or thing of which the first person had no direct experience. When submitted as evidence, such statements… Read More

Whether Mens Reas necessary for Crimes by Companies

Whether Mens Reas is necessary for Crimes by Companies - Mens Rea means "Guilty Mind". Can a Company, which is an artificial person have a Guilty Mind? Hemanth beautifully provides an account in his Article below. The Hon™ble Supreme Court in Iridium India Telecom Ltd V Motorola Incorporated & Ors., had held that, the Companies… Read More

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Legal Perspective of the Live-in Relationship

India is a country, which is slowly opening its doors for western ideas and lifestyles and one of the most crucial episodes amongst it, is the concept of Live-in relationships. Many has been said and debated on the concept of Live-in relationships in India. It is important to understand the said concept from legal view… Read More

Highlights of the Industrial Disputes (Amendment) Act, 2010

The Article analyses impact of Industrial Disputes (Amendment) Act, 2010 on staffing, business and organisations: In India, the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 is the main legislation for investigation and settlement of all industrial disputes. The Industrial Disputes (Amendment Act), 2010 have brought few significant changes to the Industrial Disputes Act, which are produced under the… Read More

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Liability of Directors on Check Bounce under Section 138 Negotiable Instruments Act

Liability of Directors on Check Bounce under Section 138 Negotiable Instruments Act : Are all the Directors liable under Section 138 ?  What happens to the innocent Directors who were not aware of the cheque so issued ? What about the Directors who no more work with the Company as Directors. Hemanth deals with these… Read More

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