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Doping Laws in India

May 16, 2019

DOPING LAWS IN INDIA Author: Tanvi Menon, Auro University.   “India is a signatory to the Copenhagen Declaration on Anti-Doping and the UNESCO International Convention against Doping. The Anti-Doping Rules place a strict responsibility for athletes to be aware of what substances enter their body. However, in India, most athletes are not educated to the same […]

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Fashion Laws with comparison.

May 7, 2019

FASHION LAWS WITH COMPARISON Author: Mr. Pranav Kushal, Bahra University. INTRODUCTION Fashion is a massive industry that strives in a competitive global despite minimal legal protection for its creative designs. While a large number of people dismiss and show disregard towards the trivial and ephemeral development of fashion around the world. The fashion industry is […]

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Employees State Insurance Act 1948 : Overview.

May 4, 2019

EMPLOYEES STATE INSURANCE ACT 1948 Author: Deepak Goyal, CNLU, Patna.  INTRODUCTION The Employees’ State Insurance Scheme provides need-based social security benefits to insured workers in the organized sector. ESIC has taken up the daunting task of tailoring different benefit schemes for the needs of different worker groups. The scheme, which was first introduced at two […]

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White Collar Crime.

April 28, 2019

White Collar Crime     Author: Geet Jain from a final year Law student from Indore Institute of Law   Introduction The most heinous and the cruelest crime of which history has record have been committed under the cover of religion or equally noble motives. Despite Delhi Police having a specialized unit under the (EOW) and the […]

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Latest Trends in Divorce Cases.

April 25, 2019

LATEST TRENDS IN DIVORCE CASES Author : Ms. Ambuja Jain, ICFAI Law School, Dehradun. Introduction Marriage is one of the most sacred unions between two people and their families where those two people form an emotional and a physical bond with each other. Though it is a relation between two people and since no human […]

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The Expiatory Theory of Punishment.

April 23, 2019

THE EXPIATORY THEORY OF PUNISHMENT Author: Anand Bhusan, ICFAI Law School, Dehradun. MEANING Expiation” means “the act of expiating; reparation; amends; compensation; atonement. According to Expiation Theory, compensation is awarded to the victim from the wrong-doer. ANCIENT PERIOD The expiatory theory was based on moral principles, had little to do with law or legal concept. […]

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Key Audit Matters – Making Audit More Credible.

April 17, 2019

Author: Adv. Rtn. Bhumesh Verma Managing Partner at Corp Comm Legal Introduction: In the corporate world, auditors are the first and foremost key professionals entrusted with ensuring that the business operations of an entity are conducted in accordance with law and ethics. It is an auditor’s mandate to execute the audit process with the objective of […]

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Blockchain – What, why and how?

April 16, 2019

Author: Adv. Rtn. Bhumesh Verma Managing Partner at Corp Comm Legal   Today, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence are the two buzzwords in any discussion. For the uninitiated, let’s discuss Blockchain. Blockchain is a growing list of records called blocks, which are linked to each other using a unique encrypting technique known as cryptography. All such blocks […]

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What is Volenti Non–Fit Injuria?

April 13, 2019

What is Volenti Non – Fit Injuria? Author: Tanvi Menon, Auro University.   Volenti Non-Fit Injuria means when a person has voluntarily agreed to undertake risk for any activity or some act that they have volunteered for. When applied it is an absolute defense from liability. This defence makes it a requirement for the claimant to have […]

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Law relating to banking Fraud in India.

April 9, 2019

Law relating to banking Fraud in India: Author: Geet Jain from a final year Law student from Indore Institute of Law   Fraud: Fraud is defined as any behavior by which individual goals for achievement of unscrupulous preference over another and illegitimate loss to the other and illegitimate causality to the other either by way […]

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Corporate guard for directors, and technicalities to look after.

April 5, 2019

Corporate guard for directors, and technicalities to look after. Author: Mr. Vishal Tinani, L.L.M In light of the expanding danger to their own benefits, directors and officers are now and again approaching outside and in house, insight to assess the sufficiency of their organization’s D&O policy. There is a huge importance of broker here. The administrations […]

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How trademarks are registered in India? Full step by step Guide.

March 30, 2019

How trademarks are registered in India Author: Dhruvi Bambal, Campus Law Center, Delhi University.   Intellectual property rights are given to persons for creations of their minds. It provides the creator with an exclusive right over the use of his/her creation for a certain period. These have become an integral part of the businesses in the […]

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Commercial Surrogacy.

March 28, 2019

Author: Dhruvi Bambal, Campus Law Center, Delhi University. About: Reproduction is crucial for the sustained existence of humanity on earth. Having a family is recognized as a virtue in most of the societies while being infertile is anathema to society. Mythological epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana are perfect of the folklore about passion for having […]

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Car Modification laws in India

March 23, 2019

Car Modification laws in India Author : Geet Jain from a final year Law student from Indore Institute of Law Introduction Diversification means a change in the structure of a vehicle which results in a change in its basic structure. India’s car modification industry pegged rupees 50 crores (Rs. 500 Million) and is seeing a […]

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