Professional Positions

  • Present 2010

    Managing & Practicing Partner

    Brus Chambers, Advocates & Solicitors, India

  • Present 2015

    Committee Member, President

    Brus Chambers LLC, International Law Firm, U.S.A

  • Present 2011

    President

    Shippinglawyers.NET, Networking of Maritime Law Firms Worldwide

  • 2010 1992

    Solicitor Assistant

    Little & Co, Advocates & Solicitors, India

Education & Membership

  • 2018

    The Arbitration of International Disputes and Courts & Tribunals in the Hague

    Leiden University, Netherlands

  • 2016

    Energy Subsidy Reform

    International Monetary Fund, United States

  • 2015

    Contract & Justice

    Harvard University, United States

  • 2014

    Globalisation

    University of Texas, Austin

  • 2013

    Doctorate of Philosophy

    Jagannath University, Dhaka

  • 2010

    Solicitor, England and Wales

    Enrolled as SRA regulated practicing Solicitor with Solicitors Regulation Authority, United Kingdom

  • 2009

    Legal Practice

    Oxford Institute of Legal Practice, England

  • 2005

    Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India

    Enrolled as Advocate on Record with the Supreme Court of India, India

  • 2004

    Solicitor, India

    Enrolled as Solicitor with Bombay Incorporated Law Society, India

  • 1993

    LL.M

    Government Law College affiliated to the Mumbai University, India

  • 1992

    Advocate, India

    Enrolled as Advocate with the Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa, India

  • 1991

    LL.B

    Government Law College affiliated to the Mumbai University, India

  • 1988

    BCOM

    Elphinstone College, Mumbai, India

  • 1984

    HSC

    Hill Grange High School, Mumbai, India

Honors, Awards and Rankings

  • Legal500
    Leading Individual

    Shrikant Hathi is listed in the elite "Leading lawyers" list as "Leading Individual", by Legal 500 since 2005 and the law firm Brus Chambers has been recommended as a "Top Tier Law Firm" for shipping work in India by Legal500 since 2010. Shrikant Hathi is smart, quick, and delivers outstanding results.

  • Lloyds List
    Strong in Shipping

    Shrikant Hathi is strong in shipping with clarity of mind and professional expertise.

  • SALK
    "The Best" shipping lawyer in India

    Brus Chambers, a specialised law firm has been practicing shipping law since 1992 and continues as a dominant force in shipping and is "the best" shipping law firm in India while Dr. Shrikant Pareshnath Hathi continues to be "the best" shipping lawyer in India. The law firm is one of the leading and probably pre-eminent, Indian firm for shipping work and maintains one of Indias top shipping practice.

  • Shippinglawyers.NET
    Best of the Best

    Shrikant Hathi is the "best of the best" for shipping work in India

  • Tradewinds
    Effective

    Shrikant Hathi gives effective assistance to shipping industry.

  • Euromoney Expert
    World's Leading Lawyer

    Shrikant Hathi is listed in the "World's Leading lawyers" list since 2002 for shipping and maritime work in India.

  • IBLJ
    Shrikant Hathi, the best in shipping

    Brus Chambers awarded the Best Shipping Law Firm in India, headed by Shrikant Hathi, the best in shipping.

  • Asia Law Profiles
    Leading Shipping & Maritime Lawyer in India

    Shrikant Hathi- Leading Shipping & Maritime Lawyer in India also Leading Energy & Natural Resources Lawyer in India

  • Global Law Experts
    Leading Maritime & Admiralty Lawyer

    Leading Maritime & Admiralty Lawyer in India.

  • Economic Times
    Delivers results

    Quick understanding in shipping law, street smart and delivers results.

  • Magic Lawyers
    Leading Individual

    Shrikant Hathi is a Leading Individual for shipping work in India and Brus Chambers projects and delivers industry expertize consistently.

  • Chamber Practice
    First class legal advice

    Shrikant Hathi gives first class legal advice on shipping, he is brillant and has in-depth expertise.

Working Alongside

Poonam Das

Advocate at Brus Chambers

Pritish Das

Advocate at Brus Chambers

Binita Hathi

Solicitor and Partner at Brus Chambers

Monika Gothankar

Legal Researcher at Brus Chambers

Strong Team

Our team are experienced and result oriented. They are either qualified solicitors, advocates or para-legals of the law firm Brus Chambers working alongside in each given file. They work on the given file when required but we do not charge you for their work done.

Specialised Areas of Practice

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    Shipping

    Ship Arrest; Dry & Wet Shipping; P&I Settlement

    Ship arrest or release

    Dry and wet shipping

    Personal Injury and crew wages

    Ship finance

    Ship buy or sell

    International trade

    P&I Settlement

     

    Dry and wet shipping would include matters of a contentious and non-contentious drafting of agreements, shipping and other documents including negotiations.

    Within contentious the areas covered but not limited to are International Commercial and Contractual Disputes; Letter of Credit; FOB, CIF contracts; Lay time; Demurrage; Safe port; Seaworthiness; Notice of readiness; Breach of warranty; Deemed earned clause on freight in a voyage charter; Off-hire events in a time charter; Delivery without production of the bill of lading; Through bill of lading; Cargo claims; Marine insurance claims; Shipbuilding contract; Ship repair; Arrests or Release of Ships; Bunker Disputes; Recovery of Unpaid Dues; Cargo Claims, Repairs; Claims, Liens, Towage, Salvage, Pilotage; Commodity Disputes; Damage Done or Received by any Ship; Freight, Hire, Demurrage, Lay time; Masters and Crew Claims; Necessaries & Supplies; Ownership, Possession, Building, Equipping; Shipping Litigation & Arbitration; Bill of Lading, Charter parties; Construction of Ships & Rigs; P&I Clubs, Settlement; Marine Insurance; Wet Shipping covers all aspects of shipping law includes claims that usually attend maritime disasters, casualties, accidents such as collisions, loss or destruction of freight at sea, piracy, explosion or capture by hostile groups, transgressing into territorial waters, oil spills, salvage, general average, statutory liability of ship owners for pollution also covering all claims that usually attend maritime disasters, casualties, accidents such as collisions, loss or destruction of freight at sea, piracy, explosion or capture by hostile groups, transgressing into territorial waters, oil spills, salvage, general average, statutory liability of ship owners for pollution.

    Within non-contentious the areas covered are Sale and Purchase of ship; New Building contract with shipbuilders; Ship Mortgage; Ship Finance; Ship Agency; Port and Jetty Terminals; Port Projects and Developments; Ship and Asset Financing, Mortgage ; Ship or Rig Building agreements; Ship Registration and Flagging; Agreements & Contracts; Port Facilities & Regulations.

    Shipping practice includes Protection & Indemnity (P&I) Settlements. Brus Chambers offers a comprehensive service covering the full range of commercial contracts and trading arrangements aimed for the shipping industry and being a shipping specialist advises on all aspects of international trade including sale of goods and letters of credit, documentary credits (UCP 600), trading terms and conditions (INCOTERMS). The firm has a specialised team within shipping advising crew members for recovery of unpaid crew claims or wages, unpaid master's wages, maritime personal injury and commercial litigation.

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    Infrastructure, Oil, Gas, Energy, Mining, Shipping & Port

    Infrastructure & Construction

    Oil, Gas & Natural Resources

    Energy & Mining

    Shipping & Port

    Project Finance

    Other Minor & Mega Projects

     

    Specialising in the entire gamut of projects.

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    Commercial Litigation, International Arbitration & Enforcements

    Commercial & Contractual

    Ship Arrest or Release

    Shipping & Maritime

    International Arbitration

    Enforcement of Foreign Awards

    Infrastructure & Construction

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    Our Litigation and Arbitration is Pan-India

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M.V. Elisabeth -vs- Harwan Investment and Trading Pvt Ltd

Supreme Court of India, from Andhra Pradesh High Court
Judgments February 26, 1992

Abstract

Colonial Courts Of Admiralty Act, 1890 - Sec 2 - Admiralty Court Act, 1861 - Colonial Courts of Admiralty Act, 1890 - Constitution of India - Art 225, 226 - jurisdiction of High Court to order arrest and detention of foreign ship - admiralty jurisdiction - ambit - held, admiralty jurisdiction of High Court is not limited by Act of 1861 and Act of 1890 - Andhra Pradesh High Court has jurisdiction to order arrest and detention of foreign ship - appeal disposed of.

Liverpool & London Steamship Protection and Indemnity Association -vs- M.V. Sea Success I

Supreme Court of India, from Bombay High Court
Judgments November 20, 2003

Abstract

Supreme Court is not bound by the American decisions -- American decisions have merely a persuasive value -- this Court would not hesitate in borrowing the principles if the same is in consonance with the scheme of Indian law keeping in view the changing global scenario. Global changes and outlook in trade and commerce could be a relevant factor. With the change of time; from narrow and pedantic approach, the Court may resort to broad and liberal interpretation -- Circulars -- issued by the Port Trusts may not determinative -- but would be a relevant factor -- Words and Phrases -- necessaries -- whether arrears of insurance premium would come within the term necessaries -- whether a prudent shipowner would provide for an insurance. A compulsory insurance regime has come into being and keeping in view the changed situation the definition of the expression necessaries should also undergo a change -- having regard to the changing scenario and keeping in tune with the changes in both domestic and international law as also the statutes adopted by several countries, a stand, however, bold, may have to be taken that unpaid insurance premium of P &I Club would come within the purview of the expression "Necessaries supplied to any ship" -- Insurance premium -- unpaid insurance premium being a maritime claim would be enforceable in India -- Letters Patent Appeal -- Clause 15 -- the right of appeal which is provided under Clause 15 of the Letters Patent cannot be said to be restricted -- Clause 15 of the Letters Patent is not a special statute. Only in a case where there exists an express prohibition in the matter of maintainability of an intra court appeal, the same may not be held to be maintainable. But in the event there does not exist any such prohibition and if the order will otherwise be a judgment within the meaning of Clause 15 of the Letters Patent, an appeal shall be maintainable -- Letters Patent Appeal -- maintainability of -- Preliminary judgment -- the order refusing to reject the plaint falls in the category of a preliminary judgment.

Ship Arrest in India and Admiralty Laws of India

Dr. Shrikant Pareshnath Hathi, Ms. Binita Shrikant Hathi
Book Brus Chambers | March 01, 2017 | BCAS: 7103-1001, Tenth Edition
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Ship Arrest in India and Admiralty Laws of India

Although the focal points of Ship Arrest in India and Admiralty Laws of India are admiralty laws and procedures, this tenth edition book contains the entire gamut of admiralty edicts including ship arrest and substantive admiralty law prevalent in India, several new chapters are also introduced including procedures, summary and notes.

Ship Arrest in India was accessible for private use only is now available for free to all also sharing the content database of Maritime Practice in India. The online edition includes a research engine wherefrom you can search for reported or unreported Indian Admiralty court orders or judgments, articles. This book is about a subject that has been lurking in the scourges of darkness of Indian maritime history for many decades. It provides an in-depth insight into Indian Admiralty law and procedures, thus placing maritime and admiralty practice at the threshold of the legal fraternity.

This book is a compact, integrated guide to admiralty law and procedure in India. The primary purpose of this book is to better enlighten shipping and industry related professionals to take prompt and decisive decisions. We seek to clarify what the law requires, allow and prohibit, not to comment on how well it does so or whether what it should. We hope that this publication will contribute towards the realistic assessment and debate of the surrounding issues.

The book does not indulge exhaustively in any topic neither does it predicts any outcome of any particular case nor can it be considered as a substitute for competent legal counsel. Although we believe that the entire text is accurate at the time of publication, if it does not already fall short of this standard, it surely will with the passage of time.

This book is the first of its kind on admiralty laws published in India. Utility of the book with respect to a second central aim, to advance general understanding about the regulation of admiralty laws in India, is less apt to erode.

India a better forum for Ship Arrest

Shrikant Hathi
Articles & Newsletter Ship Arrest in India and Admiralty Laws of India, Tenth Edition, Notes & Summary 17

Abstract

Ship Arrest in India, India is now considered to be the best forum for ship arrest. Admiralty jurisdiction can be invoked for any of the claims as setout in the Brussels or Geneva arrest conventions by filing a suit in the High Court in India having admiralty jurisdiction and obtaining an order of arrest of a ship. Admiralty suit can be filed when the ship is in Indian territorial waters being 12 nautical miles from the shore.

Arrest of Ship

Dr. Shrikant Pareshnath Hathi, Ms. Binita Shrikant Hathi
Book Chapter Ship Arrest in India and Admiralty Laws of India | Tenth Edition

The main purpose of arrest is to obtain security for satisfaction of judgment in the action in rem and it is necessary to arrest the ship in order to establish jurisdiction.

Merchant ships of different nationalities travel from port to port carrying goods or passengers. They incur liabilities in the course of their voyage and they subject themselves to the jurisdiction of foreign States when they enter the waters of those States. They are liable to be arrested for the enforcement of maritime claims, or seized in execution or satisfaction of judgments in legal actions arising out of collisions; salvage, loss of life or personal injury, loss of or damage to goods and the like. They are liable to be detained or confiscated by the authorities of foreign States for violating their customs, regulations, safely measures, rules of the road, health regulations, and for other causes. The coastal State may exercise its criminal jurisdiction on board the vessel for the purpose of arrest or investigation in connection with certain serious crimes. In the course of an international voyage, a vessel thus subjects itself to the public and private laws of various countries. A ship traveling from port to port stays very briefly in any one port. A plaintiff seeking to enforce his maritime claim against a foreign ship has no effective remedy once it has sailed away and if the foreign owner has neither property nor residence within jurisdiction. The plaintiff may therefore detain the ship by obtaining an order of attachment whenever it is feared that the ship is likely to slip out of jurisdiction, thus leaving the plaintiff without any security.

Seafarer's rights on unpaid wages

Shrikant Hathi
Articles & Newsletter Ship Arrest in India and Admiralty Laws of India, Tenth Edition, Notes & Summary 16

Abstract

A seafarer or a crew member can invoke admiralty jurisdiction and arrest a ship for unpaid wages. An order of arrest of the ship can be obtained from the court having admiralty jurisdiction preferably from the Bombay High Court as this court has pan-India ship arrest jurisdiction, and arrest the ship anywhere in Indian territorial waters, the seafarer may or may not be an Indian citizen to initiate action for arrest of a ship in India and also the ship may be registered anywhere in the world or maybe flying any flag. Crew claim for unpaid wages should be initiated within the three year period from the due date and if the seaman has died while he was a serving seaman, the period from the date of his death to the date on which his next of kin were first informed of his death shall be excluded. The documents that needs to be produced in court are appointment letter and or the agreement or the employment contract; copy of the passport showing that sign on and the sign off dates; continuous discharge certificate (cdc) showing the capacity of the crew also the sign in and sign off dates; account of wages and or wage slips; correspondences exchanged demanding unpaid wages directly and or through the master of the ship; power of attorney/ letter of authority, this need to be notarised and apostilled at the location where the power of attorney is executed. Each crew claims are separate cause of action and should there be more than one crew wages that remains unpaid they cannot be clubbed and each crews will have to file separate suit under admiralty jurisdiction.

Videsh Sanchar Nigam Ltd - versus - M.V. Kapitan Kud

Supreme Court of India, from Bombay High Court
Judgments November 10, 1995

Abstract

Admiralty Law -- Admiralty jurisdiction of the High Court -- Damage caused to international Cable Telecommunication cable by a foreign ship -- Suit filed claiming Rs. 28 crores and warrant issued against the vessel - Held, the High Court had jurisdiction under Bombay High Court Original Side Rule, Part III read with Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 -Directions issued to release the ship on deposit of Rs. 10 crores and undertaking of Rs. 25 crores by accredited authority. Under Rule 949 of the Bombay High Court Original Side Rule, provided that the party applying under the Rule in a suit in rem for arrest of the property, undertaking shall be given in writing or through the advocate to such amount by way of damages. Admiralty action is an action in rem the Division Bench wrongly refused to interfere on the ground that the Captain of the vessel filed undertaking that the vessel belonged to Black Sea Shipping Co. owned by Ukrainian Government. The High Court was competent to release the vessel on certain conditions namely, deposit of Rs. 10 crores and on giving undertaking by Ukrarian Government and for giving surety for Rs. 25 crores. Part III, Rules 941 and 952 -- Merchant Shipping Act, Section 1 and Civil Procedure Code, 1908. Section 140 -- Admiralty jurisdiction of the High Court -- Where damages were caused to international telecommunication cable by a foreign ship owned by Ukranian Government -- The warrants issued by the High Court -- Held, the High Court had jurisdiction to entertain the matter -- Dierections issued to the release the ship on deposit of Rs. 10 crores and on giving undertaking for Rs. 25 crore. Rules on admirality jurisdiction in part III were framed by the Bombay High Court to regulate the procedure and practice on the original side of the Bombay High Court. According to the report of survey, the cable was damaged to anchoring and there were strong grounds and evidence to believe that the ship in question was within the vicinity where the damage took place. Section 140 C P C provides that in any admiralty or vice admiralty caused, the court whether it be exercising original or appellate jurisdiction may summon two competent assessors in the manner stated therein. Rule 941 of Bombay High Court original side rules provides that party a applying under this rule in a suit in rem for arrest of the property, undertaking in writing shall be given. Rule 954 provides that subject to Rule 952, property arrested under a warrant may be released on requests and conditions. Therefore, the vessel directed to be released subject to the deposit of R s. 10 crore and the Ukrainian Government gives an undertaking through its authority may be its Ambassador and further undertaking for balance amount of Rs. 18 crore and other expenses roughly put at R s. 25 crore. Section 9(1) -- Bombay High Court Original Side Rules, Part-III, Rules 941 and 952 -- Admiralty jurisdiction of the High Court -- Where International Tele-Communication Cable was damaged by a foreign ship which was later on arrested under the warrants and subsequently the plaintiff filed a sut for 28 crores for damages, the C ourt released the ship on deposit of Rs. 10 crores alongwith undertaking of 25 crores by accredited authority. The crucial question involved was whether the appellant had made out a prima facie case. Applying R ule 941, the High Court had power to arrest the property and to give it on undertaking in writing or on payment of such amount as damages as the court may direct. R ule 954 provides that subject to the provisions of Rule 952, property arrested may be ordered to be released. The division Bench of the High Court found that the claim was not vexatious but was tribal. There was strong evidence to show that at the relevant time the respondent vessel was within the vicinity of damaged cable. The Division Bench declined to interfere on the ground that the captain of the vessel filed an undertaking that the vessel belonged to Black Sea Shipping Company which was wholly owned by Ukrainian government. Neither the approach of the Division Bench nor the finding of the trial judge, on the admiralty jurisdiction that no prima facie case was made out, was right. There was a strong case in the circumstances of the case. Since the claim even if successful would remain unexecutable if the ship leaves the shores of India Territorial Waters, the vessel allowed to be released on certain conditions, firstly the respondent shall deposit a sum of Rs.10 crores and secondly the Ukrainian government shall give undertaking to its accredited authority in writing and thirdly the undertaking should be for balance amount of Rs. 18 crores and towards costs and other expenses, roughly put up at Rs. 25 crores.

Maritime Practice in India

Dr. Shrikant Pareshnath Hathi, Ms. Binita Shrikant Hathi
Book Brus Chambers | March 01, 2017 | BCAS: 7103-1001, Tenth Edition
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Maritime Practice in India

Although the focal points of Ship Arrest in India and Admiralty Laws of India are admiralty laws and procedures, this tenth edition book contains the entire gamut of admiralty edicts including ship arrest and substantive admiralty law prevalent in India, several new chapters are also introduced including procedures, summary and notes.

Ship Arrest in India was accessible for private use only is now available for free to all also sharing the content database of Maritime Practice in India. The online edition includes a research engine wherefrom you can search for reported or unreported Indian Admiralty court orders or judgments, articles. This book is about a subject that has been lurking in the scourges of darkness of Indian maritime history for many decades. It provides an in-depth insight into Indian Admiralty law and procedures, thus placing maritime and admiralty practice at the threshold of the legal fraternity.

This book is a compact, integrated guide to admiralty law and procedure in India. The primary purpose of this book is to better enlighten shipping and industry related professionals to take prompt and decisive decisions. We seek to clarify what the law requires, allow and prohibit, not to comment on how well it does so or whether what it should. We hope that this publication will contribute towards the realistic assessment and debate of the surrounding issues.

The book does not indulge exhaustively in any topic neither does it predicts any outcome of any particular case nor can it be considered as a substitute for competent legal counsel. Although we believe that the entire text is accurate at the time of publication, if it does not already fall short of this standard, it surely will with the passage of time.

This book is the first of its kind on admiralty laws published in India. Utility of the book with respect to a second central aim, to advance general understanding about the regulation of admiralty laws in India, is less apt to erode.

9Cultivating admiration in brands: Warmth, competence, and landing in the “golden quadrant”

Jennifer Doe, Emily N. Garbinsky, Kathleen D. Vohs
Articles & Newsletter Journal of Consumer Psychology, Volume 22, Issue 2, April 2012, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Although a substantial amount of research has examined the constructs of warmth and competence, far less has examined how these constructs develop and what benefits may accrue when warmth and competence are cultivated. Yet there are positive consequences, both emotional and behavioral, that are likely to occur when brands hold perceptions of both. In this paper, we shed light on when and how warmth and competence are jointly promoted in brands, and why these reputations matter.

10The Dragonfly Effect: Quick, Effective, and Powerful Ways To Use Social Media to Drive Social Change

Jennifer Doe, Emily N. Garbinsky, Kathleen D. Vohs
Book Chapter John Wiley & Sons | September 28, 2010 | ISBN-10: 0470614153
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Proven strategies for harnessing the power of social media to drive social change

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11Cultivating admiration in brands: Warmth, competence, and landing in the “golden quadrant”

Jennifer Doe, Emily N. Garbinsky, Kathleen D. Vohs
Articles & Newsletter Journal of Consumer Psychology, Volume 22, Issue 2, April 2010, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Although a substantial amount of research has examined the constructs of warmth and competence, far less has examined how these constructs develop and what benefits may accrue when warmth and competence are cultivated. Yet there are positive consequences, both emotional and behavioral, that are likely to occur when brands hold perceptions of both. In this paper, we shed light on when and how warmth and competence are jointly promoted in brands, and why these reputations matter.

12Cultivating admiration in brands: Warmth, competence, and landing in the “golden quadrant”

Jennifer Doe, Emily N. Garbinsky, Kathleen D. Vohs
Judgments Journal of Consumer Psychology, Volume 22, Issue 2, April 2011, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Although a substantial amount of research has examined the constructs of warmth and competence, far less has examined how these constructs develop and what benefits may accrue when warmth and competence are cultivated. Yet there are positive consequences, both emotional and behavioral, that are likely to occur when brands hold perceptions of both. In this paper, we shed light on when and how warmth and competence are jointly promoted in brands, and why these reputations matter.

13The Dragonfly Effect: Quick, Effective, and Powerful Ways To Use Social Media to Drive Social Change

Jennifer Doe, Emily N. Garbinsky, Kathleen D. Vohs
Book John Wiley & Sons | September 28, 2010 | ISBN-10: 0470614153
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Proven strategies for harnessing the power of social media to drive social change

Many books teach the mechanics of using Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to compete in business. But no book addresses how to harness the incredible power of social media to make a difference. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

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14Cultivating admiration in brands: Warmth, competence, and landing in the “golden quadrant”

Jennifer Doe, Emily N. Garbinsky, Kathleen D. Vohs
Articles & Newsletter Journal of Consumer Psychology, Volume 22, Issue 2, April 2009, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Although a substantial amount of research has examined the constructs of warmth and competence, far less has examined how these constructs develop and what benefits may accrue when warmth and competence are cultivated. Yet there are positive consequences, both emotional and behavioral, that are likely to occur when brands hold perceptions of both. In this paper, we shed light on when and how warmth and competence are jointly promoted in brands, and why these reputations matter.

15The Dragonfly Effect: Quick, Effective, and Powerful Ways To Use Social Media to Drive Social Change

Jennifer Doe, Emily N. Garbinsky, Kathleen D. Vohs
Book Chapter John Wiley & Sons | September 28, 2010 | ISBN-10: 0470614153
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Proven strategies for harnessing the power of social media to drive social change

Many books teach the mechanics of using Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to compete in business. But no book addresses how to harness the incredible power of social media to make a difference. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

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16Cultivating admiration in brands: Warmth, competence, and landing in the “golden quadrant”

Jennifer Doe, Emily N. Garbinsky, Kathleen D. Vohs
Articles & Newsletter Journal of Consumer Psychology, Volume 22, Issue 2, April 2008, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Although a substantial amount of research has examined the constructs of warmth and competence, far less has examined how these constructs develop and what benefits may accrue when warmth and competence are cultivated. Yet there are positive consequences, both emotional and behavioral, that are likely to occur when brands hold perceptions of both. In this paper, we shed light on when and how warmth and competence are jointly promoted in brands, and why these reputations matter.

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Our Other Offices in India

Brus Chambers have three offices in Mumbai. The Corporate and advisory office in Mumbai attends to corporate related work while our New Delhi office works mainly on commercial and civil work for NCR region, The firm also has office at Port and Capital City in all States of India and also at New York and New Jersey.

Office Address

Shrikant Pareshnath Hathi (Dr)

Managing & Practicing Partner

BRUS CHAMBERS

Advocates & Solicitors

8, Rajabahadur Mansion, 3rd Floor,

Ambalal Doshi Marg (Behind BSE), Fort,

Mumbai 400001, India