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Intellectual Property

Grey Markets: The Enigma in IPR Law

Anusha Maurya Grey market goods in general parlance refer to goods sold out of parallel imports or arbitrage. These goods are diverted from an authorized distribution channel to an unauthorized seller or outside the lawfully permitted distribution channel. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, transactions in these markets nowadays are on an upsurge. Unauthorized mode of […]

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Constitutional Law

How Free Should Free Speech be?

Ankita Amarnath Kamath Media trials have existed in India since the 20th century. Be it the 2008 Noida Double Murder case or in a more recent context, the investigations surrounding Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death – the role of mass media in shaping the opinion of the general public is undeniable. It is rightly […]

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Constitutional Law

Who Blemished the Virtue of the Court? Bhushan or the Court Itself?

Amartya Sahastranshu Singh & Manish Kumar “Freedom is what freedom does and Justice fails when Judges quail” Justice V.R Krishna Iyer Prashant Bhushan’s two tweets on 27th June 2020 and 22nd July 2020 respectively, have shaken up the apex judicial institution of India. He posted tweets censuring the last four CJIs  for playing a leading […]