In this piece, the authors analyse the Centre’s arguments opposing recognition of same-sex unions in light of the European Court of Human Rights’ decision in Fedotova and Others v. Russia, which imposed a positive obligation on member-states to recognize same-sex unions.
In this part of the piece, the author argues about the power dynamics in SEBI and how can procedural flaws can be fixed by giving an internal revamp.
In this part of the piece, the author analyses the flaws in the Insider Trading norms of the Securities Exchange Board of India while exploring statutory limitations on SEBI while investigating such offenses.
Revaluating the Regulatory Approach Towards E-Wallets: The Need to Shift From Activity-Based to Entity-Based Regulation
In this post, the author seeks to highlight the need for a shift in regulatory approach for the e-wallet market and analyses the shortcomings of the current data protection network. In doing so the author proposes a change by adopting an entity-based regulatory model instead of an activity-based regulatory model and showcases how that will benefit the fintech sector.