In this episode of TCLF One-on-One, Ms. Deeksha Manchanda, a Competition Law Partner at Chandhiok & Mahajan Advocates talks about Blockchain & Anti-Trust Law and much more.
Introducing Wet Markets Regulation In India: An Effort To Prevent Zoonotic Diseases and Curb Illegal Wildlife Trade
Looking at one of the key causes of the initiation and spread of COVID-19, the wet markets, this article advocates the introduction of Wet Markets Regulation in Indian Law.
In this post, the author attempts to bring out a narrative for how sexual assault should ideally looked at from a legal lense in India. In doing so, he looks at the existing position of Sexual Assault, examines the Candian jurisdiction’s position in this regard and reasons out as to why the same is not suitable for India, and makes recommendations to the sexual assault law, calling for legislative inclusivity.
In this post, the author attempts to highlight the relationship between a woman’s prerogative to make decisions about her health and body and the fundamental right to privacy. In doing so, she analyses the jurisprudential foundations of the right to abortion in detail, highlighting some key judgments along the way.
In the latest episode of TCLF One-on-One, Mr. Tushar Kumar who is a graduate of National Law University, Lucknow and is currently working as an Associate at E&Y,. talks about the issues of Pre-Pack Insolvencies and much more.
In this post, the authors explore the perils and the caste-based reality of the practice of manual scavenging. In doing so, the authors point out defects in the current legal regime as well as the proposed amendment, whilst also exploring the auxiliary issues attached with the practice.
In this post, the author aims to analyse the traceability rule under the recently introduced Information Technology (Guidelines for Intermediaries and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021 and the possible misuse of this tool of surveillance.