Intellectual Property Rights in India and its position globally

The article focuses on the current situation of Intellectual Property Rights in India and if India capable of becoming a global power and centre for Intellectual Property. It further discusses that India might not be ready to become a global centre straightaway, but the signs are positive and if the country can maintain its growth and efforts in the field, it is very much possible and within reach.

Does Copyright laws protect ideas?

The article focuses on the idea/expression dichotomy by discussing various case laws. It further states that the Indian Courts have also applied these principles while deciding judgement impliedly not explicitly and it will soon be possible to see that the Indian Courts will also apply the doctrines explicitly.

Shareholder vs Stakeholder Theory: A Historical Perspective in India

In this article, we shall discuss these two theories i.e. Shareholder theory and Stakeholder theory in depth. Further, the paper tries to analyze which theory has been supported more by our legislature as well as the judiciary throughout history in four different phases i.e. Under colonial rule, Post-independence, Post 1991 financial crisis and lastly after enactment of the new Companies Act, 2013. We then try to draw a parallel with regards to the theory which was supported by our law makers and economic and political atmosphere at that time and how it influenced our lawmakers.

Patentability of Covid-19 Vaccine

The article discusses the patentability of COVID-19 vaccine and the various law provisions related to it. It further discusses that Intellectual property rights must be seen in light of basic human rights and a balance must be made between economic and social aspects.

Online Privacy in Relation to E-Contracts

The article discusses the concept of E-contracts and the various privacy issues related to it. It further discusses the concept of Adhesion contracts and the various legal provisions that have been enacted for the safety of users.

Privatization of Public Companies in India

In this article, the author has underlined the procedure that is to be followed by public companies for privatization along with the meaning of the same. It further discusses the reasons for privatization and the critical ideational changes shall also be discussed in this article followed by analysis and conclusion.

Difference between Directors and Shareholders under the Companies Act of 2013

The article discusses the differences between Director and Shareholder of a company under the Companies Act, 2013. It also discusses that regardless of the massive lines of contrast between directors and shareholders, both of them are an indispensable piece within the framework of a company, and assume a critical position in the achievement of a company’s success.

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