Month: September 2022

Digitalizing Marriage : In The Light of Recent Judicial Perspective.

INTRODUCTION Marriage is in our existence since time immemorial. It is considered as a sacrosanct union between husband and wife. Indian wedding traditions differ by area, religion, society, and the bride and groom’s individual tastes. In India, they are joyous occasions that are typically marked by elaborate decorations, color, gowns, music, dance, costumes, and customs … Continue reading Digitalizing Marriage : In The Light of Recent Judicial Perspective.

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Mandatory Pre-Institution Mediation In India

Introduction An alternative dispute resolution method called mediation uses a third party or group of third parties to assist in reaching a mutually acceptable settlement. This type of ADR mechanism has roots that go back as far as human history is known. Due to its low cost, ease of use, and efficiency, mediation was avidly … Continue reading Mandatory Pre-Institution Mediation In India

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Reinforcing The Test of Deceptive Similarity Under Trademark Law- Cadbury Gems VS Jamesbond

Trademark is one of the intellectual property which can be created by any person with his labor and intellect. Basically, a trademark can be any word, phrase, symbol, design or a combination of all these things which helps to identify any goods or services. Whenever a goods or services is associated with any mark, it … Continue reading Reinforcing The Test of Deceptive Similarity Under Trademark Law- Cadbury Gems VS Jamesbond

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The Conundrum of Taxing Games of Skill Continues

The debate around the taxation of games of skill has revived with the recent discussions of the Group of Ministers (GoM) regarding the levying of GST on casino, race course and online gaming services. The GoM initially agreed to recommend a tax of 28% but the final decision was deferred and referred back to the … Continue reading The Conundrum of Taxing Games of Skill Continues

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Regulations on OTT Platforms-A perplexity

Law is a dynamic field. With new inventions and developments, society evolves and so does the law.  Nobody could have predicted the existence of the internet back in the 1950s. However, there are currently 692 million active internet users in India. According to the IAMAI report titled “Internet in India”, there will be 900 million … Continue reading Regulations on OTT Platforms-A perplexity

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Right to Privacy and Family law: Analyzing the Section 122 of the Evidence Act, 1872 within the Constitutional Conundrum

The Section 122 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 provides for spousal privilege when it comes to disclosure of the communication between a husband and a wife. The relation between spouses is considered pious and the disclosure of the communication they’ve had during the course of marriage is not allowed by law even if it … Continue reading Right to Privacy and Family law: Analyzing the Section 122 of the Evidence Act, 1872 within the Constitutional Conundrum

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India’s First Anti Enforcement Injunction Order Interdigital Corporation

When a court restrains a party to the suit or proceedings before it from institution of a case in another court, including a foreign court it is called Anti Suit Injunction. They have become common these days mainly due to the application of foreign law in contracts and arbitration clauses. Through the present judgement The … Continue reading India’s First Anti Enforcement Injunction Order Interdigital Corporation

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IPR In Football – Tackling Rights

The following article is based around one of the most beloved  sport’s in the world, while football surely has been a sport wherein investment by corporate is lucrative, over the past few years especially now with the word ‘Pandemic’.  Most recently EA sports lost a lot of money( close to 840 million dollars) as they … Continue reading IPR In Football – Tackling Rights

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Avoidance Of Certain Restrictive Conditions Under Section 42 Of Design Act, 2000

A plan for organizing elements in the greatest possible way to achieve a specific goal is called Design. In general, a design refers to a product’s visible outer look to the naked eye. It reflects a person’s intelligence and creativity which is then turned into a product. A registered design safeguards a product’s visual appearance … Continue reading Avoidance Of Certain Restrictive Conditions Under Section 42 Of Design Act, 2000

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Censor Board Should Be Allowed To Cut Scenes?

Cinema has always played an important role in impacting the human minds and the thinking of the society. It familiarises us to various form of arts and helped us to gain knowledge about our culture and how people can lead to live different lives in the society. Millions of people have been watching cinema and … Continue reading Censor Board Should Be Allowed To Cut Scenes?

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