Month: March 2022

Fanfiction, Fan-Culture , Fan Art, And Copyright Law

Fanfiction, Fan-Culture, Fan art ,And Copyright Law In popular culture, fans take up a space of significance in the consumption of art and for their interaction with it. Over the years, fans have evolved from being mere passive consumers of art to active consumers. The active participation of fans in creating secondary art forms such … Continue reading Fanfiction, Fan-Culture , Fan Art, And Copyright Law

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Factors Of Disruption In Economic Growth: Inefficacy In Due Diligence By Banks

OVERVIEW Factors Of Disruption In Economic Growth , Financial institutes play a vital role in the upliftment of the economy of any country as they are managers of the most powerful instrument that helps in the functioning of the whole economy, i.e., money. The financial sector broadly includes commercial banks, investment banks, insurance companies, and … Continue reading Factors Of Disruption In Economic Growth: Inefficacy In Due Diligence By Banks

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Outer Space Treaty: Exploitation of Extra-terrestrial Bodies and Acquisition of Land In Outer Space

Introduction The Outer Space Treaty, Ownership of land and property on moon and other extra-terrestrial bodies is a thought which most of the people dream to achieve in their life. We have seen many celebrities talking about schemes to buy land on outer space and hoping to snatch up their share before any private companies … Continue reading Outer Space Treaty: Exploitation of Extra-terrestrial Bodies and Acquisition of Land In Outer Space

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Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI) And Judicial Activism: Accountability and Independence Go Hand in Hand

Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI) was introduced as a fundamental right to make it mandatory for the governmental bodies to disclose information. Under this act, a person can make a request to the governmental bodies to disclose certain information and the concerned authorities have to respond with the necessary data unless they have some … Continue reading Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI) And Judicial Activism: Accountability and Independence Go Hand in Hand

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The Case of Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Limited vs. CGPDTM| Enforceability of procedural requirements on Controller General of Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks by the Delhi High Court

In the case of Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Limited vs. Controller General of Patents Designs and Trademarks and other connected matters, the Delhi High Court fined two officers from the Controller General of Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks (CGPDTM) ₹1 lakh each for failing to disclose facts and wasting the time of court. In this case … Continue reading The Case of Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Limited vs. CGPDTM| Enforceability of procedural requirements on Controller General of Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks by the Delhi High Court

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Olfactory mark is one such non-conventional trademark In India : A Legal Enigma

INTRODUCTION An olfactory mark is one such non-conventional trademark. The field of Intellectual Property has grown significantly over time, particularly in the field of trademarks, as it has recently undergone a lot of development. However, as technology and commodities evolve, certain kinds of non-conventional trademarks emerge in the market that are left outside the scope … Continue reading Olfactory mark is one such non-conventional trademark In India : A Legal Enigma

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Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 | Arbitral Proceedings- The Contrast

In the year 2016, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code was introduced to consolidate all the laws associated with the Insolvency resolution of the corporate personalities with aim to realise the maximum value of assets for such corporate persons in a time-bound manner and to promote entrepreneurship, available of credit and to protect the interest of the … Continue reading Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 | Arbitral Proceedings- The Contrast

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Sports Dispute Resolution In India

INTRODUCTION Sports has always been a vital part of the Indian culture. With time, commercial sports are becoming one of the largest industries globally. After sports industrialise, there is a requirement of legislation to govern the sports and similar activities in an industrial aspect. Previously, only thing that mattered was the sportsmanship but now since … Continue reading Sports Dispute Resolution In India

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A Big Relief From The Silicon Valley Of India For Fantasy League Players

Introduction: On October, 2021, the Karnataka Government through an amendment in Karnataka Police Act, 1963 banned and prohibited the operations of online gaming with stake in the State, thus it leading to big blow to startups and other established players in fantasy players. Through the legislation, the State government following the lines of Assam, Orissa, … Continue reading A Big Relief From The Silicon Valley Of India For Fantasy League Players

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Metaverse is a virtual reality world

Introduction Metaverse is a virtual reality world in which people are supposed to socialize, play, and work and is composed of online, shared and persistent digital spaces. It is considered as the successor of mobile internet. With the technological developments, our virtual lives and our real lives are getting mixed and intertwined. Metaverse will be … Continue reading Metaverse is a virtual reality world

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