Rethinking Initial Interest Confusion And Consumer Sophistication In The Digital Age: Unarmouring The Under Armour At The DHC

Following the discussion on the DHC’s finding in the Forest Essentials case, we are pleased to bring to you another post by SpicyIP intern Aditya Bhargava, revisiting initial interest confusion and consumer sophistication in light of the DHC’s recent Under Armour decision. Aditya is a second-year law student at NLSIU Bangalore. He is interested in

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Landmark Cases on Muslim Law

This article discusses landmark cases on Muslim law that have evolved and been interpreted over time by the Supreme Court of India. Several of these cases address women’s rights, shedding light on their societal standing. Landmark Cases on Muslim Law 1. Mohammed Ahmed v. Shah Bano and Anr., [1985 SCR (3) 844] The facts of

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Juris Prime Represented Consortium Of Lenders Involving Project Finance Transaction

Juris Prime Represented Consortium Of Lenders Involving Project Finance Transaction Juris Prime has successfully assisted the consortium of Lenders in respect of a Project Finance transaction involving extension of a debt facility cumulatively amounting to Rs 1041 Crore towards working capital facilities and Rs 1190 Crore towards term loan of Laurus Labs Limited’s capex-related requirement.

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Scope Of ‘Reference’ In Section 7(5) Of A&C Act

Scope Of ‘Reference’ In Section 7(5) Of A&C Act Section 7 of the Arbitration & Conciliation Act (Act) defines the arbitration agreement and provides for the requirements for a valid arbitration agreement. In this article we will be discussing Section 7(5) of the Act and its interpretation by the courts in India. Section 7(5) of

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“Sufficient Cause” Under Section 5 Of The Limitation Act, 1963 Is Not Elastic; No Vested Right With Party To Have Delay Condoned

“Sufficient Cause” Under Section 5 Of The Limitation Act, 1963 Is Not Elastic; No Vested Right With Party To Have Delay Condoned Introduction The High Court of Allahabad in the matter of National Highways Authority of India & Ors Vs. Sampata Devi and Ors. [2023 SCC Online All 2463] has reiterated that the expression ”sufficient

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Harnessing AI’s Potential For Arbitration: Prospects And Problems

Harnessing AI’s Potential For Arbitration: Prospects And Problems While AI can augment decision-making processes and enhance efficiency, it is human arbitrators who bring to bear the wisdom, judgment, and ethical considerations necessary for equitable outcomes. I. Introduction In an era where artificial intelligence (AI) and big data have become pervasive, the integration of AI into

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