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Shreyash Mohta

 In my recent blog, I shall deal with one of the every growing litigation industry, i.e. Consumer Cases. The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 has given a big relief to the Consumers as it has protected the rights and interests of the Consumers in the best possible manner till date. The Consumer Protection Act, 2019 (though yet to be enforced in a lot of parts in India) has been passed as an Act and has literally taken consumer protection to the next possible of protection.  In this particular blog, I shall deal with the process of filing a Consumer Case and the steps involved till the disposal. This is for bare understanding purposes of both the Consumer and the Advocate who are looking forward to enter this kind of Litigation.  To start with let me just say that unlike other areas of practice, Consumer Cases are fairly simple and headache less. But that is only if you have the technical nitty gritty.  My blog shall cover the following topics in chronological fashion Read More

Right To Information (Amendment) Act, 2019.

Parth Kashyap

                                     Right To Information (Amendment) Act, 2019:  In a welfare state the government and its officials are vested with great powers. This power is important as it is necessary for administering the smooth functioning of a State. But at the same time it is also true that “Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely”. Thus, in every welfare state, the accountability and transparency of the government and its functioning is of outmost importance. The doctrine of checks and balances ensures inter- branch accountability of different branches of the government but still it, sometimes, fails to instil confidence amongst the citizen. And thus, in such a scenario it becomes highly important to equip the common citizen with a tool to Read More


INTRODUCTION  Trademark could be any word, phrase, or symbol, which might represent a specific company or product. Trademark basically distinguish the products or services of one company or organization from the other competitor companies may provide. There are some examples of trademarks which include acronyms (like NBC, IBM) and extend to slogans, stylized fonts, and even colours.  According to section2 (1) (zb) of the Trademarks Act, 1999, “trade mark” means a mark capable of being represented graphically and which is capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one person from those of others and may include shape of goods, their packaging and combination of colours. This is the definition given by the Act itself.  Trademark gives a service or organization or any product its legal unique recognitions.The trademark can be used to refer to both goods and services. For services it also is addressed as a Service Read More


Shreyash Mohta

At the threshold, let me start my stating this that unlike my previous blogs, I cannot just pen down points here and elaborate the same. As simple as the topic may sound, there is more to it than what catches to the naked eye. I shall try to bind all possible threads and make it as an interwoven fabric so that the readers understand this topic beyond just court vacations. The reason of writing this blog is that ‘Court Vacations’ have become more like a black spot to the Indian Judicial System. Come what may, it all drools down to the point of concern that courts have vacations and hence justice isn’t delivered. Having said that, let us understand where the problem stands, what is it that really bothers us? Is it the vacations or is it delay in Justice? Let me start by deducing the Indian Court Vacations Then again, this is not that easy to explain is it? Let us understand the problem here. Is it the vacations that we are bothered off or are we concerned about the non Read More

Crime Against Men in India

Neha Roy

CRIME AGAINST MEN  India is believed to be a male dominated country were every society is patriarchal in nature. Society believes that men have been dominating women since forever. Even after decades has passed to an extent we can still find the fact in existence. But when it comes to law is India really male dominating country?  In this blog I shall discuss the crimes against men and the ways to deal with it.    GENDER EQUALITY MEANS EQUALITY FOR MEN TOO  When we say or talk about gender equality all we consider is equality for women.. Crime against men or equality for men is not something in common , that we get to see or read on a regular note . Not so surprising but most of the times men refuse to come up about it. Even the Indian laws are not so supportive regarding the crime against men. Thus, such matters remain unreported and unsupported.  We often raise voice for equality of women and I totally stand for it.   all these we forget Read More

What is the difference between court room practice and firm practice

Neha Roy

    COURT ROOM PRACTICE AND FIRM PRACTICE DIFFERENCES Choosing law as a career is itself a very vast decision. It takes a lot to be a good lawyer. One needs to go through a hectic process which is of course very time consuming.  Well, once in a lifetime after completing his/her studies, a law student has to go through a very important decision i.e. whether to choose a comfortable life and go for corporate firms or cut his teeth in litigation practice.  LITIGATION OR LAW FIRM? A REAL TOUGH DECISION Litigation process is a remunerative process and is best for the ones having experience with lawyers in the family to offer guidance. First generation lawyers have to face a lot of difficulty to gain success in the litigation field. Patience, diligence, good communication skills and a faculty for criminal analysis are some of the important characters one needs to inherit to gain success and survive in the long run. Corporate lawyers basically needs Read More

scrapping of Article and Article 35(a)

Simi Paul

THE SCRAPPING OF ARTICLE 370 AND 35(a)  The territory of Jammu and Kashmir had joined India in 1947 formerly after the main land was split towards the finish of British principle. Jammu and Kashmir had always been a matter of conflict and dispute between India, Pakistan and China since the 1947. Article 370 of the Constitution had therefore undergone through a massive changes which had made the citizens rethink about.   Today, in this blog of mine I am going to discuss on the Article 370 of the Constitution its changes and consequences.  History of the Article 370-   Article 370 was drafted under the part xxi of the constitution. Jammu and Kashmir became part of India after we have signed the instrument of accession, in the year 1947. In the year 1962, China acquired 10% of Kashmir and Pakistan acquires 30% of the Kashmir it meant that India had only 60% of Kashmir which they could cover. The main motive behind giving Article 370 a role Read More


Shreyash Mohta

 In my recent blog, I shall deal with a newly formed statue namely – The Consumer Protection Act, 2019. This Act has come as a big relief to the consumers and has drastically changed a few areas in the old Act of 1986. This Act of 2019 has been said to be a big positive breakthrough for the consumers and has revamped the three decade old Act which, now has been replaced by the present one.  My blog shall deal with the following pointers mentioned below.  1.     Introduction to the Consumer Protection Act, 2019.  2.     Changes brought by the Consumer Protection Act, 2019.  3.     Conclusion.   Introduction to the Consumer Protection Act, 2019. The Consumer Protection Act, 2019 (also said to be the ‘New Act’) was put forward as a bill in the Parliament of India and thereafter received the assent of the President of India, which was later notified and published in the Read More

Three strikes Law

Simi Paul

Three Strikes Law The act of forcing longer imprisonment on guilty person, same as first time offender or wrongdoer who carries out a similar wrongdoing is still in practice. However in the recent history, there is a new practice of obligatory prison sentences for the accused who repeats it. The concept of Three strikes law was introduced by the father of an eighteen years old girl who was murdered by a man in 1992.  Today in my blog I am going to discuss about the three Strike laws. History of Three Strikes Law:  The three strike laws also known as the “offender laws” were at first executed on   March 7, 1994. It is a body ran under the United States Justice Departments Anti Violence strategy.            The primary stage of genuine “three strikes law” was passed in 1993, where it was approved by the Washington voters. California passed this law in the year 1994, where the Read More


Shreyash Mohta

 In my current blog, I shall discuss the concept of the doctrine of ‘Ultra Vires’ and its applicability in the Company Law with reference to India. I shall try to discuss this doctrine and its myths which are unknown to many. This blog shall help the readers to understand the concept of the doctrine and its applicability and extent with reference to Company Law in India. My blog shall cover the following topics enumerated below: -  1.     Introduction to the Doctrine of Ultra Vires 2.     Origin of the Doctrine of Ultra Vires 3.     Ultra Vires is an Illegal Act – The Myth 4.     Utra Vires and Company Law  5.     Development of the Doctrine in Foreign 6.     Development of the Doctrine in India 7.     Legal Position in India  Introduction to the Read More

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