A Flagship Project under the Aegis of All India Legal Forum
A Curated Academia Redefining Intellectual Property Rights & Commercial Laws.
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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND COMPETITION LAW
Around the world, the potential impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on market competition is being studied by the competition enforcement agencies. Inevitably, questions arise as these enforcement agencies dig deeper and study AI-related activities in the market, leading to uncertainty in competition and therefore, the proliferation of questions as to whether companies can use AI as a means of colluding, with limited or no human involvement.
COUNDRUM OF PARALLEL IMPORTS
Parallel importation, being essentially a trade practice, is regulated by both IP law and competition law. Parallel importation significantly affects the rights of a manufacturer or trader as it constitutes the import of Non-Counterfeit or Genuine Goods from one country to another without the permission of the IP owner which are subsequently sold at lower prices through unauthorized trade channels.
A CRITIQUE OF INSOLVENCY BANKRUPTCY CODE, 2016
A critical analysis of Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC) under which its basic structure, its role in dealing with the highly fragmented Indian Bankruptcy regime, its effect on legislation, impact on the Indian debt market, objective of IBC and key aspects with major challenges shall be dealt with.
POSITION OF UNCONVENTIONAL TRADEMARKS
The position of unconventional trademark in the Indian trademark regime is rigid and rigorous. There is a need for the law to catch up with modern marketing techniques that use colors, shapes, scents and sounds to make their product distinctive.Visual perceptibility should not be and is not a sine qua non for building brand association in the minds of the consumers, thus non-conventional trademarks which do fulfill the purpose of trademark should receive trademark protection.
CORPORATE LENIENCY AND EFFICACY
Corporate Leniency or Corporate Amnesty or Corporate Immunity program refers to a policy by which a firm is not criminally charged for the activity being reported. The strategy is used to eradicate and prevent cartel activity which harms the economy at large. Cartels are some damaging form of anti-competitive agreements often resulting in price increases that are harmful to consumers of goods or services. Leniency programmes are designed to give incentives to cartel members to take the initiative to approach the competition authority, confess their participation in a cartel and aid the competition law enforcers. Effective leniency programmes are aimed at creating a race among conspirators to disclose their conduct to enforcers, in some instances, even before an investigation has begun, and to quickly crack cartels that may have otherwise gone undetected.
INSOLVENCY AND BANKCRUPTCY CODE AND COMPETITION LAW
The enactment of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC) has been often cited as one of the key economic reform of the present government . Undoubtedly the new enactment resulted in large corporate entities queuing up to acquire distressed companies and their assets, put on block following initiation of IBC proceedings, thereby infusing efficiencies in the economy due to likely revivals of such companies .Therefore, throwing light on this exciting topic becomes important.
Overview of the Section 138, Negotiable instrument Act
The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 deals with negotiable instruments, the main objective of this Amendment was to regulate the growing business, trade, commerce and Industrial activities, to promote greater vigilance in financial matters and to safeguard the faith of creditors in drawer of cheque.
Revival and Restructuring of Sick Companies: An Indian Legal Analysis
Industrial growth in India is guided by the Industrial Revolution of 1956. In this project we tried to make a proper analysis of the sick company and the determination of such companies as well as tried to figure out the measures to make the sick company financially stable again.
INDEPENDENCE OF COMPETITION COMMISSION IN INDIA
CCI, a commission set up to ensure the sustainability of competition and to crash the anti-competition policy or agreements. It acts as an autonomous body working under the aegis of the government which became functional in 2009 as a statutory body with quasi-judicial status. The commission is empowered to deal with cases relation to competition law and to advise the statutory authorities on the same.
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