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Tiqto.com delivers comprehensive legal compliance services, which include corporate legal services, HR compliance services, Payroll & Tax compliance, and Labour Compliances. These consist of registering your firm, obtaining PAN, TAN, and GST. For HR compliance services, we deal in PF, ESI, Employee Welfare Fund and Professional Tax management services. Concerning payroll and tax compliances, our company uses automated software for paying salaries on a timely basis. Regarding Labour laws, we handle all the provisions regarding the Payment of Bonus Act, Payment of Gratuity Act.

Legal Compliance Services List:
  1. Consumer Disputes Redressal
  2. Dispute Resolution
  3. Intellectual Property Rights Solutions
  4. Private Equity Management
  5. Restructuring And Insolvency Filing
  6. M&A And Joint Ventures Management
  7. Global Patent Search & Information Services
  8. Audit ‘N’ Assurance Solutions
  9. Legal DD & Transaction Documents Preparations
  10. Compliance Under Foreign Exchange Laws Services
  11. Corporate Governance Services
  12. Compliance Management Services
  13. Labour Law Compliance
  14. EPF & ESI compliance
  15. Labour Law Registrations
  16. Payroll compliance
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  • Intellectual Property Rights Solutions
  • Intellectual Property Rights Solutions
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In other words, intellectual property rights are intangible in nature, different from the objects they are embodied in. The property right is not in those copies but in the information which creates in them. ... Currently, commerce in intellectual property has become an even greater component of trade between nations.
Invest in well-written non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). Make sure your employment agreements, licenses, sales contracts and technology transfer agreements all protect your intellectual property too, right from the get-go. File as fast as you can. A patent application holds your place in line.

Rule 1: Get Professional Help

Although the process of obtaining IP looks deceptively simple, like many things the devil is in the detail. Let's consider patents as an example. The practicalities of patent application are straightforward; you simply file documents with the relevant body indicating that a patent is sought, and provide the identity of the person applying and a description of the “invention” for which a patent is sought. The patent office will then write back to you with an application number.

However, there is no guarantee that a patent application will become a granted patent. Indeed, at the application stage they do not even check that your description describes an invention at all. Even if you draft a description in as much detail as you would for an academic research paper and file it yourself, the prospect that it will be granted and enforceable is very low. There is skill and technique, even a language, that patent attorneys and patent agents have that allows them to describe and define inventions in the way a patent office requires. As an example, in everyday parlance, the terms “comprise” and “consist” could be considered to mean the same, whereas they have very distinct meanings in a patent application.

The dangers are possibly even greater with trademarks and registered designs (also known as “design patents”)—these are generally granted with very little examination and patent offices are often even less inclined to suggest using a patent/trademark attorney for such “simpler” rights; however, the lack of examination means the validity of such a right is uncertain and they become open to challenge.

The costs of redrafting a self-filed application are invariably higher than the costs for drafting an application from scratch, and if there has been any disclosure it will probably not be possible to re-draft. So, in summary, if you want your IP to be valuable, you should seek professional advice at an early stage.

Rule 2: Know Your (Intellectual Property) Rights

IP rights come in various guises, and each is a defensive right to pursue legal action in the event that a third party infringes. In very basic terms:

  • Patents protect inventions—broadly, things that are new and not obvious—and the way they work. Sometimes this is expressed as “everything under the sun made by man”; however, there are numerous local exceptions from patentability—we touched on the complexities of methods of treatment above—but there are similar issues in relation to genes, computer programs, and business methods, for example.
  • Registered designs protect the appearance of products (not the function, which is protected by patents).
  • Trademarks protect brands 


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Service Duration24 Hours

Dispute resolution or dispute settlement is the process of resolving disputes between parties. The term dispute resolution is sometimes used interchangeably with conflict resolution, although conflicts are generally more deep-rooted and lengthy than disputes.

1. Listen to Learn. One of the most important conflict negotiation strategies you can adopt is to listen actively to your counterpart’s concerns. To do so, you will need to resist the urge to interrupt and defend yourself. Instead, ask questions aimed at drawing out the other party’s core issues. Repeat back what you’ve heard to ensure that you understand the other person’s perspective. Only after you’ve gained a thorough sense of their perspective should you start presenting your own point of view.

2. Bring Multiple Issues to the Table. Parties in conflict often find themselves fixated on a single issue, arguing back and forth. When you add multiple issues to the discussion during the dispute resolution process, you may be able to find opportunities to make tradeoffs and concessions based on your differing interests. In addition, try presenting several proposals that you value similarly, each covering multiple interests. The other party’s reaction will help you ensure you are addressing their needs in addition to your own.

3. Brainstorm Solutions Jointly. Disputants tend to assume that one party’s gain is the other party’s loss, but this often doesn’t have to be the case in dispute resolution. Try to lessen the tension by framing your dispute-resolution effort as an opportunity to reach a solution that will satisfy all parties involved—a true win-win.

4. Recognize Power Plays for What They Are. Disputants sometimes challenge or denigrate one another’s power, experience, or skills with the aim of feeling superior or getting the upper hand. Don’t fall for such petty ploys. Instead, make it clear that you recognize the attempted manipulation for what it is, and try to return the conversation to the issue at hand.



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Requirement TypeBoth Requirement Types
Expertise InSections 10(1)(b)(iii), 16(1)(b)(iii) and 20(1)(b)(iii) of the Consumer Protection Act
Professional Experience Of Service Provider0-2 Years
LocationPan India
Type Of Service ProviderCustomised
Service Duration24 Hours

The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) of India is a quasi-judicial commission in India which was set up in 1988 under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986. Its head office is in New Delhi. The commission is headed by a sitting or retired judge of the Supreme Court of India.

The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission of India is a quasi-judicial commission in India which was set up in 1988 under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986. Its head office is in New Delhi. The commission is headed by a sitting or retired judge of the Supreme Court of India

Rights provided by consumer courts
  1. Right to Safety: The right to be protected from all types of hazardous goods and services
  2. Right to Information: The right to be fully informed about the performance and quality of all goods and services
  3. Right to Choose: The right to free choice of goods and services
  4. Right to be Heard: The right to be heard in all decision-making processes related to consumer interest
  5. Right to Redressal: The right to seek compensation, whenever consumer rights have been infringed
  6. Right to Consumer Education: The right to complete consumer education

List of consumer courts in India
  1. National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC): A national level court works for the whole country and deals compensation claimed exceeds rupees ten crore. The National Commission is the Apex body of Consumer Courts; it is also the highest appellate court in the hierarchy.
  2. State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (SCDRC): A state level court works at the state level with cases where compensation claimed is above one crore to ten crores. The State Commission also has the appellate jurisdiction over the District Forum.
  3. District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum (DCDRF): A district level court works at the district level with cases where the compensation claimed is up to one crore

Process to file a complaint

The Process to file complaint with Consumer Courts in India is to file a complaint, first you will need to buy a copy of the Consumer Protection Act. The format for filing a complaint is simple with the guidelines being provided as well. It is advisable to draft your complaint in a clear and concise manner testifying the facts and support it with the mandatory documentation.

• Along with your complaint and the affidavit, you must attach a list of documents that you are submitting as part of evidence and references in the complaint file. Make sure that you attach only photocopies of the evidence documents.

• Sign and attach a Vakalatnama long with your documents. This will give your lawyer the authorization to represent your case in the court.



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