Well, they are not. Supreme Court says so in the very lucidly written - State of Jharkhand & Ors v. Brahmputra Mettalics Ltd. Ranchi & Another (2020 SCC OnLine SC 968) that all students of administrative and civil law should absolutely read. The occasion to clarify this arose in a case where a company (let's … Continue reading ‘Promissory Estoppel’ and ‘Legitimate Expectations’ : Same wine in different bottles?
First published on : https://www.nluo.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/ADR-E-Newsletter-Vol.-I.pdf You have been on the different ends of the spectrum, from being an independent practicing lawyer to a judge, and now a partner at L&L Partners, one of the top law firms in India. What is your opinion of Alternative Dispute Resolution methods from all those different perspectives? Is the … Continue reading A conversation with ADR Board, NLUO on Arbitration, Mediation, Institutional Arbitration….
“What happens in vagueness, stays in vagueness…” Police Officer: “Hey, Mr.CEO, you’re under arrest! We’ve found that the website of your company displays….hmmm….what do you call it [Police Officer asks his slightly more informed sidekick]…oh..yes, yes..I know – ‘Data’; this can cause ‘harm’ to people, so I’ve been told [Police Officer grins] Mr.CEO: “What! Please wait a … Continue reading The Unconstitutional Vagueness Of The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018’.
Data Theft and The Indian Criminal Law. Thou shalt not steal (Data) A woman with her computer can steal more than a hundred women with guns Data is the “new oil”, and has arguably replaced oil as the world’s most valuable resource. Internet and Smartphones have made data ubiquitous, plentiful and more valuable than ever … Continue reading Data Theft and Indian Criminal Law.