Intellectual property rights (IPRs) are valuable assets for any business, and copyrights and trademarks are two of the most common forms of IPRs. Copyrights protect the original works of authorship, such as literary, musical, and artistic works, while trademarks protect distinctive signs, symbols, and logos that are used to distinguish goods or services. In India, the Copyright Act, of 1957 and the Trade Marks Act, of 1999 govern the copyright and trademark laws respectively. This article will discuss the relevance of copyrights and trademarks in business transactions in India.
Blockchain technology offers a new way to safeguard your hard-earned work, research, and theories, for which you have invested your time, energy, and money. It enables individuals to have tamper-proof evidence of copyright ownership. In the past decade, blockchain and ledger technology have been utilized in every sector. It has even changed the paradigm for various companies prioritising protecting their essential data. Many companies today are investing significant amounts of money to take advantage of the benefits of blockchain technology. This article analyses the concept of Blockchain along with its nexus with various Intellectual property rights.
Article 12 of the Indian Constitution plays an important role in providing this personality to a state and thus gives it a different personality apart from its members. Article 12 has a lot of importance in this regard because it defines what a state is and what it consists of. Thus, Article 12 gives the state a corpus i.e, a body. This article will discuss Article 12 in detail and also all its attributes.
In this article, the author will conduct a critical analysis of the “Legal Aid and Advice (Amendment) Act, 2015.” Furthermore, this article discusses questions such as why legal aid is necessary and how important it is under our constitution. In addition, we shall examine in this article all of the landmark case legislation that gave birth to the concept of free legal assistance and guidance in our country. The author will provide their recommendation and conclusion on the topic at the end of this article.
The balance of gender equality in India is greatly influenced by the Indian legal system. Inequality exists, and that is a fact that cannot be ignored. In addition, there are numerous legal regulations that address the problem of gender inequality.
The doctrine of sovereign immunity has been an integral part of the Indian legal system for a long time. The principle of sovereign immunity prohibits the state from being sued without its consent, but it does not mean the state can evade its responsibilities. The Indian judiciary has played a significant role in balancing the state’s immunity and its obligations towards its citizens. Thus, completely immuning the sovereign or the head of the state from being sued will ultimately make it less accountable and thus as a result the citizens will be exploited. Therefore, a government or a sovereign should be responsible for its action and work.
The concept of judicial review of administrative action in India is an integral part of the country’s legal framework. It refers to the power of the judiciary to review and examine the decisions and actions of administrative bodies or authorities. This power is essential in ensuring that administrative decisions are made within the ambit of the law and do not violate the rights of citizens. This article will examine the concept of judicial review of administrative action in India, its legal framework, and the relevant case laws.
In this article, we will explore the key provisions of Section 7, including the definition and importance of an Arbitration Agreement, the form, and validity of an agreement, and its applicability to the parties involved in a dispute. We will also examine the relevant case laws that have shaped the interpretation of Section 7.
This article analyses the arbitration agreement mentioned under Section 7 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. The author will discuss the definition of an arbitration agreement, the obligations that it imposes on the parties, and the procedure that the parties must follow when entering into an arbitration agreement. Furthermore, the author will discuss the agreement’s objective, as well as its benefits and drawbacks. In addition, the author will explain the Supreme Court’s fundamentals for the arbitration agreement.
All relevant provisions related to ‘Emergency’ will be mentioned by the author. Not only that, but we will go back in time to discover the reason for our country’s declaration of emergency if one exists, and the grounds for it. What powers does the president have under the relevant Articles of the Indian Constitution concerning the Declaration of Emergency? Furthermore, we will learn about the validity of our fundamental rights in times of emergency. The author will also highlight the importance of this article’s amendment to highlight essential human rights, even during emergencies.