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India Business Law Journal - April 2019

Volume 12, Issue 9

  • Anti-counterfeiting measures in draft e-commerce policy risk slowing down online trade
  • Can commercial courts unclog the legal system?
  • Complying with new insider trading regulations
  • In numbers: Parliament’s performance in past five years
  • Why India’s first SEP judgment is for the greater good

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In this issue

The Monsanto judgment

Pravin Anand and Dhruv Anand say Supreme Court decision is lease of life for biotech innovation

Caught up in courts

It will take a lot more than commercial courts and mandatory mediation to unclog the legal system

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Focus on the Spotify case

Manoj K Singh and Samridh Ahuja explore compulsory licensing in India’s copyright regime

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Inside out

Complying wtih India's amended insider trading regulations

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Safeguarding brands online

Essenese Obhan and Taarika Pillai analyze online counterfeiting, intermediary liability rules

Parliament in numbers

A look back at the Lok Sabha's performance in the past five years compared with the two previous terms

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Protecting the innovators

Chitra Iyer argues that India’s first judgment on standard essential patents is for the greater good

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Weak links

Anti-counterfeiting measures in draft e-commerce policy risk slowing down online trade in India