Archive For: 2016

ICC Inquiry Report Cross Examination & More: High Court of Kerala

ICC Inquiry Report Cross Examination & More: High Court of Kerala

In the case of L. S. Sibu vs. Air India Limited and Others, the High Court of Kerala at Ernakulum, held on 8th April 2016 that: Referring to the case of Medha Kotwal Lele vs. Union of India, 2013(1) SCC 311, the Court held that the status of the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) is deemed ... Read More
 
Inquiry Report of ICC binding on Employer & must be provided to Parties

Inquiry Report of ICC binding on Employer & must be provided to Parties

In the case of Pradip Mandal vs. Union of India and Ors., the High Court of Calcutta, in its decision dated 9th June, 2016, held that Section 13 (4) of the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 (“Act”) makes the recommendation of the ICC (inquiry report) binding on the ... Read More
 
Calcutta High Court on “Sexually Coloured Remarks”

Calcutta High Court on “Sexually Coloured Remarks”

In the case of Jishu Sengupta & Others vs. The State of West Bengal & Anr., decided by the High Court of Calcutta on 4th November, 2016, the Court held that statements with sexual connotations and sexual innuendos are “sexually coloured remarks” and fall within the definition of sexual harassment under Section 354A of the ... Read More
 
Guidelines for Employers by Bombay High Court

Guidelines for Employers by Bombay High Court

Recently, the Bombay High Court, in the case of Vidya Akhave vs. Union of India, Department of Women & Children and Ors., decided on 4th October, 2016, made an observation that: Very often women share common concerns which men do not necessarily share or the concern expressed by women have not been necessarily understood by men ... Read More
 

Case on transfer during pendency of a matter of sexual harassment

The High Court of Delhi recently, on 29th July, 2016, discussed transfer (during pendency of a complaint of sexual harassment) by an internal complaints committee (“ICC”), in accordance with Section 12 of the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 (“the Act”) in the case of Rupesh Hari vs. Union ... Read More
 
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