In this post, the author seeks to explore climate positive actions and further establish them as crucial to realisation of climate justice principles, especially in the context of the experience gained from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Month: June 2020
In our latest post, the author examines the developments in the Application filed by Gambia before the ICJ, alleging violatons of the Genocide Convention in Myanmar’s handling of the Rohingya Crisis. While analysing the ICJ’s January 2020 order and the first report submitted by Myanmar in compliance thereof, the author argues that the international community needs to implement more assertive measures to prosecute the alleged crimes.
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In the 7th episode of TCLF ONE-ON-ONE Mr. Ankit Sahni(IP Lawyer, New Delhi) and Mr. Salah Mattoo (Senior Associate, Winston and Strawn LLP) talk about the impact of the COVID crisis on the International arbitration practice, the onset of virtual proceedings, potential Intellectual Property concerns and much more.
In this two part blog post, the authors comprehensively analyse data privacy and confidentiality concerns surrounding electronic health records
In Part-II, the authors conduct an India specific analysis of the issue. In doing so, the authors highlight certain drawbacks in the existing legal framework and conclude with some innovative recommendations.
In this two part blog post, the authors comprehensively analyse data privacy and confidentiality concerns surrounding electronic health records.
In Part-1, the authors analyse interoperability and the conundrum surrounding anonymised data by referring to some important case laws and statutory provisions from advanced jurisdictions.
In the latest episode of TCLF One-on-One, Ms. Radha Raghavan (Of Counsel at Draper and Draper LLC, New York) talks about her experience of working in New York, a commercial hub and popular seat for International Arbitrations, emerging issues in International Investment disputes, FDI prospects for India and much more.
In this two part editorial post, the authors present a compelling piece on the need for selective allowance for police officers to participate in protests in light of the recent “Black Lives Matter” movement .
In Part-II of the article, the authors study the origin and development of the “qualified immunity”doctrine. In doing so, the authors also highlight the subjectivity involved in the application of the doctrine and conclude with a way forward.