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Trademark Cyber-Squatting Laws in India

The intellectual property right is a kind of legal right of the owner that protects the creation, invention, symbol or design, etc. of the person who created them so that they can enjoy their property....

Author: Shrishti Mittal   |  Subject: Intellectual Property Rights | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)

No "Skin-to-Skin Contact" implies no "Sexual Assault"

The Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court passed a very absurd judgement2in the matter of applicability of §7 of the Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012 (hereinafter POCSO).The issue ....

Author: Digvijay Sahni   |  Subject: Criminal | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)

In Re Challenge to Farm Laws: ‘Hurt Jurisprudence’ of Supreme Court

The Supreme Court (hereinafter “SC”) has recently pronounced an order1 staying the implementation of 3 farm laws [The Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, Farmer....

Author: Adarsh Kumar & Yashendra   |  Subject: Jurisprudence | Date: 23 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)

Prevention of Sexual Harassment and Abuse of Authority

The way a man treats a woman is much worse than the way a landlord treats a servant and the high-caste treat the low-caste. They treat them so demeaning only in situations mutually affecting them; but....

Author: Adarsh Kumar & S.P. Shivani   |  Subject: Criminal | Date: 23 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)

Expediting Communication: Inclusion of Internet Broadcasting in Statutory Licensing

Copyrights has been one of the significant forms of Intellectual Property Rights. Copyrights Act, 1957 (hereinafter ‘Act”)1 is the parent act which governs the issues pertaining to the copyrights. The....

Author: Abhinav Anand & Pranav Prasoon   |  Subject: Media and Telecommunication | Date: 23 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)

Abuse of Dominance by Google in the Market for Online Based Payments App

On 9th November, 2020, the Competition Commission of India (“CCI”) ordered another probe against the multinational technology company, Google, for abusing its dominant position in the market of licens....

Author: Shristi Roongta   |  Subject: Information Technology/Cyber Law | Date: 22 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)

An Examination of the Prosecution Machinery’s Condition in India’s Criminal Justice System

In the criminal justice system of any democratic nation, it is the role of the Prosecution to prosecute the accused in the Court of Law, in criminal cases on the basis of the investigation conducted a....

Author: Aniket Raj   |  Subject: Criminal | Date: 22 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)

Minority Shareholder’s Interest: Judicial Trends

Minority interest in a company can be defined as owning less than 50 percent of an enterprise. It is generally contended that such shareholders have a very little say in the functioning of that compan....

Author: Anushka Shrivastava   |  Subject: Capital market | Date: 22 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)

Corporate Social Responsibility: The Business Contribution to National Sustainable Development Goals

“To enhance the living standard of the society we live in one needs to return back to the multifarious society than what one receives from it”- Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata. Corporate Social Respon....

Author: Aditi Aagya   |  Subject: Corporate - Company/Partnership | Date: 22 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)

Future Goods & Sale of Goods

The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 was a part of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 and got separated from it on 1 July 1930. This was applicable for the whole of India except the state of Jammu and Kashmir, but ....

Author: Yash   |  Subject: Contract | Date: 22 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)
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