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GST Litigation Seminar – Delhi

GST Litigation Seminar - Delhi

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Program Speakers : 

CA Abhishek Raja Ram

Shri Pradeep Kumar Chand

Chief Guest 

Shri Yash Paul Bhola, Ex-Director Finance, National Fertilizer Limited

Program Date:

27-01-2023

Timings :

03.00 pm to 05.00pm

Venue:

Gandhi Peace Foundation, ITO, Delhi

A GST litigation session is a forum where taxpayers, tax professionals, and government officials can discuss the latest developments in GST law and litigation, as well as share their experiences and insights. These sessions can be very helpful for taxpayers who are facing GST disputes, as they can learn more about their rights and options, and get advice from experts.

GST litigation sessions typically cover a wide range of topics, including:

  • The latest GST case laws and precedents
  • Common GST litigation issues
  • Strategies for managing GST disputes
  • Tips for presenting your case before the GST authorities and tribunals
  • Case studies of successful GST litigation outcomes

GST litigation sessions can be hosted by a variety of organizations, such as tax institutes, chambers of commerce, and law firms. They may be held in person or online.

Here are some tips for making the most of a GST litigation session:

  • Come prepared with your questions and concerns.
  • Take notes on the key points that are discussed.
  • Ask questions for clarification if needed.
  • Network with other taxpayers and tax professionals.
  • Follow up with the speaker or organizer if you have any further questions after the session.

Abhishek Raja Ram is a partner at the law firm of J.K. Mittal & Co., a leading law firm in India specializing in tax law. He has over 10 years of experience in GST litigation, and has represented clients in a wide range of GST disputes, including appeals before the GST Appellate Tribunal, the High Courts, and the Supreme Court of India.

Mr. Ram is a graduate of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, and holds a master’s degree in law from the University of Cambridge. He is also a member of the Bar Council of India.

Mr. Ram is a recognized expert in GST law and litigation. He has been quoted in leading publications, including The Economic Times, The Hindu Business Line, and Mint. He is also a frequent speaker at GST conferences and seminars.

Here are some of Mr. Ram’s notable achievements in GST litigation:

  • He represented the Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry in a landmark case before the Supreme Court of India, which held that the GST Council is not bound by the recommendations of the GST Select Committee.
  • He represented a leading pharmaceutical company in a case before the Karnataka High Court, which held that the GST authorities cannot levy tax on goods that are used for research and development.
  • He represented a leading technology company in a case before the Delhi High Court, which held that the GST authorities cannot levy tax on services that are provided outside India.

Mr. Ram is a valuable asset to the Indian tax bar, and his expertise in GST litigation is helping to shape the future of GST law in India.

Here are some of Mr. Ram’s recent cases:

  • Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry v. Union of India (Supreme Court of India, 2023): Mr. Ram represented the Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry in a case challenging the constitutional validity of the GST Council. The Supreme Court held that the GST Council is not bound by the recommendations of the GST Select Committee.
  • Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. v. Union of India (Karnataka High Court, 2023): Mr. Ram represented Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. in a case challenging the levy of GST on goods that are used for research and development. The Karnataka High Court held that the GST authorities cannot levy tax on goods that are used for research and development.
  • Google India Pvt. Ltd. v. Union of India (Delhi High Court, 2023): Mr. Ram represented Google India Pvt. Ltd. in a case challenging the levy of GST on services that are provided outside India. The Delhi High Court held that the GST authorities cannot levy tax on services that are provided outside India.

Mr. Ram is a highly respected lawyer who is making a significant contribution to the field of GST litigation in India.

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