South Asian Law & Economics Review

South Asian Law & Economics Review is an Annual e-Journal of Law & Economics bearing ISSN: 2581-6535. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law & Economics and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Geographical Indications Laws In India: Issues And Challenges

Geographical Indications (GI) for Products are described as IPR type that typically refers to a nation’s geographical indications. A name like this provides a sense of quality and uniqueness, primarily due to its roots in a specific geographical location, region, or nation. Geographic indicators are protected as an aspect of IPRs under Articles 1(2) and

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Trustees Power of Investment: Case Analysis

This research paper conceptualizes the concept of “trust” and the trustee’s powers with regard to investments in different mutual funds or investment schemes for the beneficiary’s income or capital growth, which should be in accordance with the trust agreement. The ability given to a trustee to choose investments on behalf of a trust is referred

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Compulsory Licensing Of Patent In Indian Pharmaceutical Industry: An Analytical Study Of Its Provisions In Consonance To The TRIPS Agreement

Over the years, India’s patent laws have changed. The British passed India’s first patent law, i.e., Act VI of 1856, during the colonial era. Subsequently, changes to the patent regime regulations were made, with the most recent being implemented in 2005. The Ayyangar Report, created by a commission led by Rajagopala Ayyangar, a former Supreme

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Analysis of Cryptocurrency and the Need for its Regulation in India

A “virtual currency” is a sort of digital money that frequently stays uncontrolled. Virtual currencies are seen as including “cryptocurrencies” like Bitcoin and Ethereum. A cryptocurrency manages and controls the generation of new currency units and uses encryption technology to keep transactions safe. Such cryptocurrencies exist and are traded on specialized, public blockchain networks. Cryptocurrencies

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Group Discrimination in Labour Market: Focus on Caste and Religious Discrimination in India

This paper deals with the continuation of discriminatory hiring practices in the labour market by analysing field research previously conducted for the various spheres of employment. The analysis dissects the pitfalls of both the private and public sectors’ hiring practices and also offers a comparison to similarly consequential racial discrimination against the African-American population apparent

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