Research/Scholar Paper name – Universal Minimum Standards Under Trips: Exploring the Challenges in Compliance Faced by Developing and Least Developed Countries Author: Anita Bharathi A.S.E Institution: Tamil Nadu National Law University Affiliation: Centre for the Study of Dispute Resolution Date of
Research/Scholar Paper name – Arbitral Immunity in India – A Critical Analysis of The Scope of Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2019” Author: Anita Bharathi A.S.E Institution: Tamil Nadu National Law University Affiliation: Centre for the Study of Dispute Resolution Date
Research/Scholar Paper name – Capital Punishment: A Coherent Means or A Relic of History Author: Beleena Biju Institution: Amity Law School, Noida Affiliation: Centre for the Study of Contemporary Legal Issues Date of Publication: 02/04/2021 Abstract: Executing a person for
By Deepansh Shukla ~ IEHE College, Bhopal Introduction Capital punishment which is now, abolished in 170 states of the world, will it have a future in India? As per the data available on thesun.co.uk, there are 53 states in the
This paper presents the meaning of media trial and the conflict of freedom of speech and expression with right to free trial.
The research aims at finding ways to decrease the violence against the women in pandemic and better access to health. It was found that every victim who was abused sexually or mentally is likely to develop an emotional disorder. The prominent violence against women are bullying, sexual abuse, attitude against women who is a victim of abuse etc. 1/3 of victims, had the suicidal tendency or ended up in suicide. The women of different age group have different types of problems due to violence against women.
the author in the present article deals with the recently introduced provisions of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code,2016. It discusses the amendments made in 2019 and the same came into force in December 2019
The author present a descriptive view on the topic of corporate crime. The article probes into the various types of corporate crimes, and the various statutory provisions which prohibits such acts.
In the present article, the author focuses on the topic of Abuses of Dominance under Competition Act 2002. The article probes into the historic precedents, and presents an analytical study on Abuse of Dominance in comparison with other Global Competition Laws.
This article explores the legal understanding of “untouchability” as can be inferred from Constituent Assembly Debates and judicial pronouncements, and the drastic shift in this understanding after the Sabarimala verdict of 2018. It analyses the various amendments proposed to define the practice and why they were rejected and the subsequent judicial interpretations of the term as caste-based discrimination. It examines Chandrachud J.’s recent expansive interpretation of the term to include any form of social exclusion founded on notions of purity and the viability of such an interpretation.