In Part II of the article, the author undertakes a comparative study by highlighting the understanding of the concepts in UK and USA. The author further points out the “anomalous” nature of Rule 7 of the Delhi High Court (Original Side) Rules, 2018.
In our latest two part blog post, the author analyses the concepts of ‘With’ and ‘Without Prejudice’ in imposition of costs. In Part 1 of the article, the author refers to the relevant rules and provides a brief understanding of the concepts.
In Part II, authors explain the functioning of the app alongside elaborating on the privacy concerns. Lastly, the authors highlight instances of judicial intervention and argue for greater accountability and effective legal recourse for any data breach.
In our latest two part blog post, the authors comprehensively highlight privacy and data protection concerns surrounding the Aarogya Setu App.
In Part I, authors delineate the concept of consent and prima-facie concerns with the application.
In this post, the authors analyse the recent decision of the Supreme Court in Triloki Nath Singh v. Anirudh Singh and argue that the Court erred in its findings by deviating from accepted legal principles regarding representative suits and compromise decree.
In this post, the authors analyse the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Amendment Act of 2019 from a constitutional perspective, arguing that Section 35 of the Act presents particular dangers to free speech under the Constitution.
In the latest episode of TCLF One-on-One, Mr. Mohit Khubchandani (incoming ICJ Judicial Fellow) talks about his first encounter with International Law as a subject, India’s recent engagements with the ICJ, sufficiency of IL in dealing with the current pandemic and much more.