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    The Anti-Defection Act, 1985

    The Anti-Defection Act, 1985

    Adv. Amogh MundAdv. V K SinghSingh's Law Office

    Posted on 9 July, 2023 by Shaurya Singh

        Introduction During my internship at Singh's Law Office under the guidance of Adv. V K Singh and Adv. Amogh Mund, I learned that an essential law for the Indian political system is the Anti-Defection Act, of 1985. It aims to stop the rapidly expanding tendency of political defections by banning elected members of legislative bodies from joining other groups or parties, protecting the integrity of the Indian people and their representatives. This Act was a response to the...
    Navigating the Legal Landscape of E-commerce: Key Issues

    Navigating the Legal Landscape of E-commerce: Key Issues

    ComplianceConsumer ProtectionE-CommerceIntellectual PropertyPrivacy

    Posted on 8 July, 2023 by PRIYADARSHINI SINGH

      E-commerce, or electronic commerce, refers to the buying and selling of goods and services over the Internet. While it has brought numerous benefits and opportunities for businesses and consumers alike, it is not without its legal challenges. E-commerce has revolutionized the way business is conducted, but it also comes with several legal issues that businesses and consumers need to be aware of. Here are some common legal issues associated with e-commerce: Online...
    The Invincible Need to Protect Innovations in Space

    The Invincible Need to Protect Innovations in Space

    IPRSpace Activities BillSpace Law

    Posted on 8 July, 2023 by Khushi Bansal

    THE INVINCIBLE NEED TO PROTECT INNOVATIONS IN SPACE                                                   Have you ever wondered who is the innovator behind the ingenious objects floating in outer space or who has invented the technological innovations used to curate such objects? Outer space refers to the area beyond a country’s geographical territory. This area is known as ‘Res Communis’, implying an area not legally subjected to the control of any...
    Human Rights and Intellectual Property Rights

    Human Rights and Intellectual Property Rights

    Overview on relation between Human Rights and Inte

    Posted on 7 July, 2023 by EVELYN ELSA PHILIP

    Human Rights and Intellectual Property Rights Keywords – Compulsory licensing is a legal mechanism that allows a government to grant a license to a third party to use a patented product, process, or technology without the consent of the patent holder. The TRIPS Agreement is the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, which is a legally...
    Unraveling the Web of Forgery

    Unraveling the Web of Forgery

    Forgery Deception Unraveling Intricate Web of lies

    Posted on 3 July, 2023 by PRIYADARSHINI SINGH

      Forgery is the act of creating, modifying, or replicating objects or documents to deceive others. It can involve various types of forgeries, such as counterfeit money, forged works of art, fabricated documents, fake diplomas, or false identification. These forgeries often accompany other fraudulent activities like application fraud, insurance fraud, cheque fraud, or financial identity theft. Additionally, forgeries can extend beyond physical objects and include electronic forms, such...

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