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Enabling Alternate Resolution For Our Very Own Countrymen: ADR Under Farm Laws, 2020

In this post, the author, through a doctrinal and reform-oriented approach, explores the means of more effective means of inclusion of ADR for resolution of disputes under the recent farm law enactments by the Union Legislature. The author does so by critically analysing the consequences of the prescribed conciliation procedure and the discretion afforded to the executive, and makes suggestions to ensure fairer adjudications of such disputes emanating under the law, and the quicker resolution of such disputes by changing the means in which ADR can be enabled.

Booking.com Trademark IP Law

The ‘Booking.com’ Trademark case: “Shaping the Online Space” courtesy SCOTUS

In this post, Mr. Yashvardhan Rana (IP Lawyer, Esteemed Member of the FICCI IP Forum and Editor of the Trade Mark Reporter) analyses the US Supreme Court’s “Booking.com” decision. In doing so, he highlights the importance of the decision for brand owners and further explains the importance of consumer perception evidence in trade mark law.