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Laws Of Surveillance

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Recorded Consent of Both Parties Enough for Courts to Remand the Matter to Same Sole Arbitrator

To read the Article on Mondaq, click hereUnder the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (“the Arbitration Act”), there is a recourse available to parties to challenge the arbitral award passed. Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 has witnessed many interpretations and judgments that shape the ambit under which an award can be challenged. This Section holds great accord for party autonomy and minimal interference from the judiciary.It may also be stated that party autonomy is the soul of arbitration. Recent development in the law in the form of the Supreme Court holding in Mutha Constructions v Strategic Brand...

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Curbing Misleading Advertisements – A Birdview of the New Guidelines

To read the article on Mondaq,  click hereIntroductionThe Consumer Bill of Rights lists 6 important Consumer rights which are the Right to Safety, the Right to be Informed, the Right to Choose, the Right to be Heard, the Right to Seek Redressal and the Right to Consumer Education. As advertisements are an important and significant source of information related to the product and service quality & purpose, it becomes necessary that they give correct and true information to the intended consumer and are not mere baits to trap consumers to make them part with their hard earned money in exchange for...

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Pegasus project – a conspectus of laws of surveillance and the concerns over privacy

To read the Article on International Bar Association, click here Gagan Anand Legacy Law Offices, New Delhi, Delhi anand@legacylawoffices.com Shreya Pahwa Legacy Law Offices, New Delhi, Delhi ​​​​​​​shreya.pahwa@legacylawoffices.com   The Pegasus Project investigation was brought to light by the Paris-based, non-profit media group, Forbidden Stories and Amnesty International. The reports have revealed a widespread misuse of NSO Group Technologies’ spyware, Pegasus. As per NSO, Pegasus was developed to be sold exclusively to vetted governments to aid law enforcement agencies and intelligence departments to fight crime and avoid terrorism. Yet, according to the leaked data, the spyware was being used as hacking software instead of its conventional use as...

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India’s parliament introduces Bill to alter Arbitration Law: attempt to put an end to fraudulent practices

To read the article on IBA net,   click here India’s laws relating to arbitration are largely based on the English Common Law. The Indian arbitration regime is governed and regulated by the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 (the ‘Principal Act’), which derives its basis from the 1985 United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Model on International Commercial Arbitration and the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules of 1976. The Principal Act was passed to consolidate the laws relating to domestic arbitration, international and commercial arbitration, enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, and the law relating to conciliation. Since its inception, the Principal Act...

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