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Kashyap Partners & Associates LLP (KPA)

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Plight of Indian Migrant Workers in Kuwait. Skip to content The apathy of Indian migrant workers continues, not just in India but in other parts of the world as well.

Plight of Indian Migrant Workers in Kuwait

In the USA, the Trump administration put restrictions on H1B visa, the most after visa by Indian IT professionals to shield the significant threat to employment opportunities for Americans. Likewise, Kuwait recently passed a draft expat quota bill to significantly reduce the number of foreign workers in Kuwait, who constitute a staggering 70% of the country’s population of four million and bring down this number to 30%. This accounts for a total of 800,000 Indians who could be affected and be forced to leave the Gulf country. Around the world the anti-expat rhetoric has spiked since the Covid-19 pandemic mostly to protect employment opportunities for the local populations in the wake of record unemployment caused by falling economies worldwide Indians form the largest expat community in Kuwait followed by Egyptians.

Facebook Comments Our Practice Areas Our Services Call. KPA GIVES HEALTHCARE START-UPS GUIDANCE THROUGH THE LOCKDOWN. Skip to content Covid-19 has immensely impacted the small businesses and the financial health of the country.


The Healthcare sector has become more vulnerable in these difficult times. A lot of legal issues in the E-commerce Healthcare sector have come up for which the companies have been looking out for new age law firms and novel solutions. Kashyap Partners and Associates LLP has been providing one stop solution to Healthcare start-ups in these tough times. KPA LLP has been extensively working with these start-ups with respect to the Legal Advisory on various transactions to provide them with best legal options, opinions and in-hand solutions. FacebookTwitterEmailLinkedInWhatsAppPrintFriendlyCopy LinkFacebook Messenger Facebook Comments READ Events 2019 Our Practice Areas. KPA ADOPTS NEW TRADEMARK SOFTWARE. Skip to content It is a well-known fact that Intellectual Property (IP) protection is critical to fostering innovation.


Without the protection of ideas and inventions, individuals and businesses would lack the benefits of their creation, thereby focusing less on research and development. KPA Legal has recently adopted MikeLegal as a system to provide better client satisfaction for Intellectual Property related matters. Mike Legal is Asia’s first Artificially Intelligent legal associate. It aims to significantly ease and eliminate the effort currently required to manage IP related tasks, specifically Legal Research (Mike Litigator), Trademark Public Search (MikeTM Search), Trademark Journal Watch (MikeTM Watch) and Trademark Portfolio Management (MikeTM Manager) by harnessing the power of AI. Mike legal acts as a leading tool to provide a logo matching ability powered by AI and has recently introduced multiple products for EUIPO.

Facebook Comments Our Practice Areas Our Services Call. COVID-19 – Rise in Domestic Abuse. Skip to content COVID-19 – Rise in Domestic Abuse The COVID-19 lockdown around the world has caused many issues ranging from healthcare, financial, physical, social etc.

COVID-19 – Rise in Domestic Abuse

On one hand we have families spending more time at home due to the lockdown, coupled with absence of family planning services and limited supply of contraceptives if expected to shatter the country’s goal of population control. It is estimated that there’ll be an 80% spike in childbirths due to the COVID lockdown. On the other hand, we also see a steady rise in family disputes and divorce cases rising. To say that there’s been a spike in domestic violence during the period of lockdown would be an understatement. In India the NCW which gets complaints of domestic violence from across the country has been receiving double the number of cases it usually receives and its increasing with each passing day. Students with F1 and M1 Visa could be asked to leave US. Skip to content Students with F1 and M1 Visa could be asked to leave US U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has recently stated that students with active F1 and M1 non-immigrant Visas will not be allowed to stay in the US if classes are moved fully online this fall.

Students with F1 and M1 Visa could be asked to leave US

On Monday, The Students and Exchange Visitor Programme announced the modification to temporary exemptions for non-immigrant students taking online classes due to the pandemic for the fall 2020 semester. According to the new rule non-immigrant students with F1 and M1 Visas “attending schools operating entirely online may not take a full online course load and remain in the United States. The US Department of State will not issue visas to students enrolled in schools and/or programs that are fully online for the fall semester nor will the US Customs and Border Protection permit these students to enter the United States.” Most Provisions of Consumer Protection Act to come into force on July 20th. Skip to content Most Provisions of Consumer Protection Act to come into force on July 20th Central Government has recently issued a notification by which it appoints, 20th July, 2020 as the date many provisions of Consumer Protection Act, 2019 shall come into force.

Most Provisions of Consumer Protection Act to come into force on July 20th

The following provisions will be coming into force: – Section 2 [Except clauses (4), (13), (14), (16), (40)] [Definitions]Section 3 to 9 (both inclusive) [Consumer Protection Councils]Sections 28 to 73 (both inclusive) [Except Sub clause (iv) of clause (a) of sub section (1) of Section 58] {Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission}Sections 74 to 81 (both inclusive) [Mediation]Sections 82 to 87 (both inclusive [Product Liability]Sections 90 to 91 [Except Section 88, 89, 92 & 93] [Offences and Penalties] Sections 95, 98, 100 [Miscellaneous]Section 101 [Except Clauses (f) to (m) and clauses (zg), (zh) and (zi) of sub-section 2] [Miscellaneous]Sections 102, 103, 105, 106, 107 [Except sections 94, 96, 97, 99, 104][Miscellaneous] Call.

FM launches free E-PAN facility based on Aadhar. Skip to content FM launches free E-PAN facility based on Aadhar Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman on 28th May 2020, launched the facility for instant allotment of PAN card using Aadhar based E-KYC as announced in the union budget earlier.

FM launches free E-PAN facility based on Aadhar

This facility is available for anyone who possess a valid Aadhar number and a mobile number registered in the UIDAI Database. The trial version of this facility has been available since February 2020 and as per a Finance Ministry Statement, approx. 6.8 lakh instant PANs, with a turnaround time of about 10 minutes, have already been allotted.