Legal aid, myth or reality for the Indian legal system

Rashi Gupta, 5thYear Student of Law, Amity Law School, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), Delhi “To no man will we deny justice, to no man will we delay justice or right1.” Abstract The main aim of any rational society would be to deliver justice and equity to each and every individual who comprises to be the part of that society. Legal aid is internationally recognized as a...

Trade Secret Protection in India and Gulf Countries – Comparative Analysis

Aastha Mehta Trade secret is one of the most uncodified laws out of all other IPRs, and is one of the fast-paced developing fields, with newer forms of global businesses coming up. Use of comparative analysis, would show the readers how world trends in trade secret laws are evolving, and we can understand two different legal systems in one light. Trade secret has been by far most comprehensively defined...