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My email account was hacked. Can I take legal action against the hacker?

If you ask me what one of my worst fears is today, I would say it is “this username and password does not match.” Every time I misspell my password I have this latent fear that my account has been hacked. We have all had...

By Shweta Mohandas July 29, 2016
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By Ashwini Tallur, National Law University Jodhpur

The legal regime protecting intellectual property has helped foster innovation in many industries. However, in an ever changing Industry such as fashion, does it make sense to have a strict regime? This blog attempts to explain the rationale...

By Ashwini Tallur July 27, 2016