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Anti-Doping and its Current Judicial Scenario in India

Sports have always been a source to teach one the basic principles of morality, discipline, and time management. This field has always played a cardinal role in peoples' life may it be the time of the 1980s or 2020, ...

Delhi High Court Stops Defendant in a Trademark Passing Off the Case by Solely Giving Pre-Eminence to the Public Interest

Delhi High Court stops a defendant in a trademark passing off the case by solely giving pre-eminence to the public interest In the matter of Shree Ganesh Rolling Mills (India) Limited v Jindal Rolling Mill Limited, CS(COMM) 360 of 2016...

Booming Dependency on AI and Privacy- Analysis of International and Indian Legal Framework (Part-3)

This Article— Booming Dependency on AI and Privacy- Analysis of International and Indian Legal Framework— is divided into three segments, the readers are reading the Third Part to the Article that contains, India on AI Privacy Issues Law, and Suggestions....

Booming Dependency on AI and Privacy- Analysis of International and Indian Legal Framework (Part-1)

This Article— Booming Dependency on AI and Privacy- Analysis of International and Indian Legal Framework— is divided into three segments, the readers are reading the First Part to the Article that contains, an Introduction to the topic, and an analysis...

Booming Dependency on AI and Privacy- Analysis of International and Indian Legal Framework (Part-2)

This Article— Booming Dependency on AI and Privacy- Analysis of International and Indian Legal Framework— is divided into three segments, the readers are reading the Second Part to the Article that contains, AI and International Law- Data Protection and Regional Laws....

Admissibility of GST on Liquidity Damages

“Sometimes in waves of change, we find our true direction” The taxability of liquidated damages has always been questioned under Indirect Tax. Liquidated Damages are per se not defined under the CGST Act, 2017, hence a reference may be made...

Today’s Digital World and Cyber Crime Law

With the biggest ever hacking in history, from Twitter high profile accounts to suspicion on Facebook or Instagram for collection of personal data and removing of various roast videos by YouTube, the need of a robust Cyber mechanism and...

Legal Remedies Against Solicitation of Clients by Former Employees

Solicitation of Clients and procuring work by former employees has been a huge problem for many Corporations not only in India but across the globe. The same causes irreparable damages, injuries, and losses both monetary and non-monetary to the...

Multinational Corporations and Human Rights Violations: Beyond Voluntarism

"Corporations have been enthroned and an era of corruption in high places will follow" - Abraham Lincoln Business and its key stakeholders are responsible to share the duty of each other, yet this obligation is fundamentally fiscal in nature. This fiscal...

The Ambit of the Provisions of Section 156(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure

"Magistrate is the Master of the jurisdiction of investigation; under whose control, the police or any other person specially authorized to investigate shall function." Section 156(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure empowers a Magistrate to direct the concerned police...
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The Federation’s International Public Speaking Summit 2021, Register By 31st December, 2020

About the Organisation The Federation is a one-of-a-kind organization based in India, founded in June 2016 by Mr. Varun Jain. Our organisational setup comprises of...

Kerala High Court Rejects Writ Petition for Rejection of Loan Application

Case: Anvardeen. K v. Union of India. Coram: Justice P.V. Asha On 24th November 2020, The Kerala High Court involving a single bench judge of the...

Supreme Court: Maritime Board Must Not Wallow in Inaction and Be Arbitrary in Its Contractual Duties

A Division Bench of the Supreme Court held that a State instrumentality such as the Maritime Board is expected to act without any arbitrariness...

Supreme Court: Right to Property Is a Constitutional Right, the Essence of Rule of Law Protects It

A Division Bench of the Supreme Court has held that permitting the State to assert indefinite right upon one’s property, without any legal sanction...