India and its labour laws

India and its labour laws   INFORMATION ON LABOUR LAW Employment law, a separate area of law that defends workers’ rights, is also known as labour law. Given that the Republic of India has a federal system of government, the Indian Constitution places labour matters on its concurrent list, allowing both the federal government and

The Internet’s Impact on Due Legal Process in the 21st Century

Introduction Bill Gates said in the early 2000s that “the Internet is becoming the marketplace of tomorrow’s global village” is still true today. A common definition of cyber law is that it is the legal framework that regulates all legal matters relating to the internet, computer systems, cyberspace, and information technology. Cyberspace law deals with a wide range of issues, including contract law, data protection law, and intellectual property law. It oversees e-commerce and distribution of software, information and data security.


Introduction of copyright Copyright refers to the legal right of the owner of intellectual property. It grants ownership and control to creators of “originally” creative works that have been fixed in tangible form. Copyright law does not protect the idea, concepts, discoveries or theories instead it protects the creative expression of these original ideas and

Actio personalis moritur cum persona

INTRODUCTION A legal maxim is a succinct, to-the-point term used in law and legal literature to denote the core tenet of any statute or rule of law. The term “Maxim” is a Latin origin word and has been derived from the word “Maxima”. Various European governments developed these legal maxims during the Middle Ages. Latin


The constitution of India has provided us with the right to privacy under Article 19 as of August 24, 2017, and the statutory provisions contained in Sec. 8 (j) of the RTI Act, 2005, have been enacted by the legislatures in recognition of the constitutional protection of privacy. Under article 12 of the 1948 Universal


INTRODUCTION India is a country of the new generation. It is venerated for having the most brilliant of thinkers since time immemorial such as Aryabhatta, Chanakya, Rabindranath Tagore, etc. which have produced unparalleled knowledge and wisdom. But great knowledge requires even greater protection of said knowing, which is modernly known as “intellectual property”. Intellectual property

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