This is the first part of a two-part-long write-up. The second part, titled ‘Upon analysis, where do we stand?‘ can be found here. Back in the days of yore, it was Blackstone who famously said, “A counsel can maintain no action … Continue reading Part I: An Attorney’s Right of Lien – An Ethical and Legal conundrum
Introduction “We have seen the havoc played by unscrupulous internet predatory sites such as the ‘Blue Whale’. It is upto us to empower our children so that they develop the maturity to say no to such exploitative and inhuman tendencies … Continue reading Legally Challenging the Blue Whale Challenge
It is an interesting observation in the realm of insolvency that the subject of moratorium under Section 14 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (“Code”) has seen many instances of interpretation. The specific issue most of the times relates … Continue reading Scope of Moratorium under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016: Arbitration and the Test of Detrimental Effect
Introduction The Constitution of India allows for special provisions to be made for women under Article 15(3). It further doesn’t elaborate upon the nature and kind of these special provisions and delegates the task onto the legislature and the judiciary … Continue reading Constitutional feminism: A misconstrued idea?
This is the second part in a series of two articles which discussed the idea of ‘Fraud in Hindu Marriages’. The first part can be found here, which dealt with the introductory part, and also the concepts of ‘Pre-requisites of … Continue reading Fraud in Hindu Marriages: The Enlarged Understanding (Part II)
As referred to as a “partnership” between husband and wife, marriage has been considered as a linchpin of the social and moral order. It has been termed as a ‘significant’ social institution which has various aspects in its social history. … Continue reading Fraud in Hindu Marriages: The Enlarged Understanding (Part – I)