Joint property refers to ownership held by two or more individuals simultaneously. The form of ownership commonly includes joint tenancy and tenancy in common. In this article we explore the legal frameworks that allow co-owners to seek division of jointly held property.

You might wonder why registering your trademark is necessary when it is already well-known, has a wide-reaching reputation and has been in use for a long time.

However, while these are all valid grounds to protect a Well-Known Trademark in India, there are many other benefits of being listed as ‘Well-Known’ in the Trademarks Registry.

A UK Supreme Court ruling provided clarification on whether litigation funding agreements that permit funders to receive a portion of the awarded damages fall under the category of “damages-based agreements” as defined by the relevant legal regulations.

Data leaks not only pose a serious threat to the right to privacy, but also the very security of the citizens that the government ought to protect. In this article we analyse how the newly enacted Digital Personal Data Protection Act (DPDPA) aims to safeguard the privacy and security of individuals and prevent a potential misuse or breach of data.

Cricket is estimated to be the second-most watched sport in the world, and the most popular in India. Following the final of the Cricket World Cup held in Ahmedabad, we …

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Parties to an international arbitration can object to the jurisidiction of the seat of arbitration through “preliminary objections”. These can be heard separately before the full matter–a process known as bifurcation– and can result in considerable costs savings to both parties.

Go First Airlines Go First Airlines files for insolvency: On May 4, 2023, the NCLT Delhi reserves order on a request for an interim moratorium. On May 2, 2023, Nusli Wadia promoter of Go Air …

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The benefits of allowing foreign lawyers and law firms to open offices and practise foreign law in India far outweigh any concerns around such a development, says Shreyas Jayasimha, co-founder of Aarna Law.