Arbitral Award: The Road to Reducing Judicial Intervention in Arbitration

BY LABDHI JAIN INTERN, H.K. LAW OFFICES Introduction An Arbitration Award is essentially a decision issued by an Arbitration Tribunal in an arbitration procedure and is comparable to a judgement issued by a court of law. Nonetheless, the aggrieved party may use of the remedies provided against arbitral rulings on specific reasons. Section 34 ofContinue reading Arbitral Award: The Road to Reducing Judicial Intervention in Arbitration

International Arbitration of Intellectual Property Disputes with special emphasis on Validity Issues

BY ENAKSHI SARKAR LEGAL INTERN, H.K. LAW OFFICES  INTRODUCTION Intellectual property (IP) litigation is widely perceived to be highly complex, unpredictable, and expensive. IP litigation is also frequently international in scope, involving IP rights emanating under the laws and procedures of multiple jurisdictions. Arbitration offers many obvious advantages over national courts and administrative agencies forContinue reading “International Arbitration of Intellectual Property Disputes with special emphasis on Validity Issues”

CORPORATE & CROSS BORDER INSOLVENCY LAW IN INDIA WITH COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LAW IN UNITED STATES

BY MEGHANA SRINIVAS LEGAL INTERN, H.K. LAW OFFICES INTRODUCTION The globalisation of economy invited its own set of pros and cons. An issue that has assumed greater significance is that of corporate insolvency. The realms of cross-border insolvency law has multiplied on a macro level considering that the Indian economy opened up its gates forContinue reading “CORPORATE & CROSS BORDER INSOLVENCY LAW IN INDIA WITH COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LAW IN UNITED STATES”

THE TORT OF PASSING OFF: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

BY RIDDHI KASHYAP INTERN, H.K. LAW OFFICES ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION  The tort of Passing-Off has originated from Common laws. It is pretty regular in countries like United Kingdom, Philippines, and New Zealand. In the case of Frank Reddaway Ltd v. Banham[1], Lord Halsbury held that common law protects a man’s goodwill and rights and prevents others fromContinue reading “THE TORT OF PASSING OFF: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS”

Analysis of Section 86(2) of the Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Amendment Act, 2021

BY SHIVAM SHARMA INTERN, H.K. LAW OFFICES INTRODUCTION Children are always attributed with innocence, beauty, and without a possibility of malignity in them. They are the torch bearers of our nation and hence they shall be treated equally as adults. Their life and liberty shall be considered as important as adult citizens of the nation.Continue reading “Analysis of Section 86(2) of the Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Amendment Act, 2021”

ORDER IX RULE 13 CPC-SETTING ASIDE EX-PARTE DECREE

BY SHREYA PRIYADARSHNI LEGAL INTERN, H.K. LAW OFFICES INTRODUCTION The term ‘decree’ literally means ‘an official order given by a government or a ruler. It also means an order having the force of law. The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (CPC) defines the term ‘decree’ under section 2(2). As per the Code of Civil Procedure,Continue reading “ORDER IX RULE 13 CPC-SETTING ASIDE EX-PARTE DECREE”

ANIMAL WELFARE LAWS WITH EMPHASIS ON PUNISHMENT FOR ANIMAL CRUELTY IN INDIA

BY AKANSHA UPADHYAY LEGAL INTERN, H.K. LAW OFFICES INTRODUCTION India, the world’s seventh largest country, is one in every of the foremost bio-diverse regions within the world, with four of the world’s 36 variety hotspots.  It’s home to animals starting from Bengal Tigers to the Great Indian Rhinoceros and animal protection and welfare within the countryContinue reading “ANIMAL WELFARE LAWS WITH EMPHASIS ON PUNISHMENT FOR ANIMAL CRUELTY IN INDIA”

RIGHTS OF AN ARRESTED PERSON

BY POOJA TOOR LEGAL INTERN, H.K. LAW OFFICES INTRODUCTION In a literary sense, arrest means the action of seizing someone and taking them into legal custody. It means deprivation of personal liberty of the accused. Whenever an offence is committed by any person, he is taken into custody to investigate and inspect the case Thus, after an arrest,Continue reading “RIGHTS OF AN ARRESTED PERSON”

E-CONTRACT: EVOLUTION FOR POSTMODERN

BY AKSHAT UPADHYAY LEGAL INTERN, H.K. LAW OFFICES Electronic commerce is one of the byproducts of the 21st century’s economic substance, but what about contracts and all of that paperwork that used to happen? We could see new things that were unimaginable once, whether it was a paperless budget or paperless courts. But what aboutContinue reading “E-CONTRACT: EVOLUTION FOR POSTMODERN”

RES JUDICATA: THE RULE OF CONCLUSIVENESS

BY S. SRIRAM LEGAL INTERN, H.K. LAW OFFICES WHAT IS RES JUDICATA? The Principle of res judicata is enshrined under Section 11 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. This principle or rule is also called as the “rule of conclusiveness”. It provides that a matter once finally decided by a competent Court, no party can reopenContinue reading “RES JUDICATA: THE RULE OF CONCLUSIVENESS”