In this post, the authors explore the evolving landscape of Security Token Offerings (STOs) in the Indian securities market, emphasising blockchain technology’s transformative potential.
Problems of the Cosmos: Issues persisting in the laws of the Outer Space in an Era of Commercialisation
In this article, the author talks about various treaties and conventions regulating activities in the Outer Space and recommends changes to these old laws to allow them to better cater to needs of increasingly commercialised world.
In this episode of TCLF One-on-One,Mr. Akshay Pathak talks about the Life of a Transactional Lawyer and helps us understand the journey of a transaction and much more.
Revisiting the case of Dotted Line Contracts in Commercial Transactions: How Equal is the Bargaining Power
In this post, the author analyzes the existence of dotted line contracts in commercial transactions and sheds light on the existing lacuna in assessing the same within the Indian context.
In this article, the authors provide an impact based analysis of the recent Amendements of the FCRA, examining their effects on NGOs attempting to facilitate vaccination and ensure supply of medicines and essential commodities. In doing so, the authors also attempt to to bring out how the amended FCRA could be used as a legislative tool to keep a check on the PM CARES Fund.
In this post, the author comments upon the recent landmark decision of the UK Supreme Court in Sevilleja v. Marex Financial Ltd., wherein the Court significantly curbed the scope of the “reflective loss” principle that had been steadily expanding for several decades.
In this post, the author answers some important questions relating to invocation of bank guarantee in times of COVID-19. The author further makes an interesting analysis highlighting the distinction between essential and non-essential commodities and services in light of the recent Standard Retail and Halliburton judgments.