A Legal Scheme to Secure Elections against Social Media

Abhik Roy, BA-LLB, Utkal University, Odisha Introduction Election is the linchpin of democracy. Through elections, voters elect representatives to govern the country on their behalf. India is the largest democracy with more than 94 crore eligible voters and naturally elections are an integral part of it. Lately, social media has changed the face of Indian elections by

Enhancing Investor Protection: A Comprehensive Overview of the New Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) System

Author: Ishita Mehta Abstract- SEBI, the market regulator in India, is enhancing investor protection through a comprehensive Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) mechanism. This innovative system aims to streamline and strengthen the current dispute resolution process within the Indian securities market. By providing accessible and efficient options for both investors and market participants, SEBI’s ODR initiative


Nafiz Nasrin , 4th Year Amity Kolkata ABSTRACT Media is the fourth pillar of democracy. In democratic country the right to freedom of press guaranteed by the Indian constitution, media considered as a Janta Adalats or public court every step of media impact the societal structure where every publication of media every media coverage influence

The Extension of Artificial Intelligence in The Legal Arena

Nitya Shukla, 2nd year, ICFAI University, Dehradun Abstract: Artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a transformative technology across various industries, and the legal arena is no exception. With advancements in machine learning, natural language processing, and data analytics, AI has the potential to revolutionize the legal profession. This article explores the extension of AI in

Regulatory Framework for Mergers and Acquisitions in the Indian Startup Ecosystem: A Critical Analysis

Article Author – Nishtha Tiwari , 4th year, University of Allahabad Abstract: Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) play a crucial role in shaping the Indian startup ecosystem.The regulatory framework governing these transactions has a significant impact on the overall growth and development of startups in India. This critical analysis aims to examine the existing regulatory framework

Ignoratio Elenchi

Author: Nishtha Mahajan, University Institute Of Legal Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh  MEANING :  Ignoratio elenchi is a legal maxim that means, a fallacy while pitching an argument which may or may not be rationally valid but undoubtedly gives an irrelevant conclusion to the main matter in question.  DETAILS : This legal maxim ignoratio elenchi has

Communis Opinio

Author: Siddharth Shankar Singh Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law MEANING Translated as “Common Opinion” or the “Opinion of the Majority”, it could be seen as another term for a famous legal maxim – “Communis Error Facit Jus”. It is used as the generally held view of the masses. It says that if there’s a


AUTHOR: NISHTHA MAHAJAN, UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF LEGAL STUDIES, PANJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH RES IPSA LOQUITUR INTRODUCTION Res Ipsa Loquitur is a Latin phrase whose precise meaning is “the thing speaks for itself”. It is a doctrine in Anglo-American common law and Roman-Dutch law that states that in any tort or civil lawsuit, the court can elucidate

Restitutio in Integrum

Author : Aeshita Marwah, University of Petroleum & Energy Sciences. Restitutio ad integrum or restitutio in integrum is a Latin term which means restoration to original condition. It is one of the fundamental guiding concepts for damages in negligence claims under common law. It also refers to a form of recourse in European patent law accessible