Route of writ petitions under GST regime is not uncommon. Interpretation issues under GST law and question on constitutional validity of various provisions has flooded writ petitions before various Courts. The issues of credits, anti-profiteering, intermediaries and arrest have huge impact on a large number of taxpayers who are presently facing tremendous economic slow down.
In the above background, FICCI is going to conduct a special webinar on May 18, 2020 (Monday) from 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. ‘Writ petitions under GST with focus on Credits, Intermediaries and other issues’. Advocate Abhishek A Rastogi, Partner, KHAITAN & CO. has argued more than 100 writs for diverse sectors and multiple issues. He will unveil the twists and turns in the GST litigation space on these controversial issues and will explain the taxpayers to follow the route of risk mitigation and cost savings. The session will include discussions on the recent landmark Delhi High Court decision argued by Mr. Rastogi on transitional credits in Brand Equity Treaties Limited versus Union of India.
The most distinctive feature of the special webinar is that each participant will get an opportunity to raise question and get valuable insights from the advocate who has argued these petitions. The registration fee for the webinar is Rs. 1,200 inclusive of GST.
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