July 18, 2021

Is It Possible To Alleviate The Covid-19 Vaccination Shortage By Waiving Intellectual Property Rights?

In October 2020, at the WTO’s TRIPS Council, India and South Africa proposed a draft for waiver of certain provisions of the TRIPS Agreement on Intellectual […]
July 18, 2021

India’s Tryst with The Right to Be Forgotten -Trying to Not Miss the Boat

The judiciary has once again rekindled the urgent need to crystallize the Right to Be Forgotten (RTBF) within our law. This is due to an interim […]
March 13, 2021

TRADEMARKS, COLOURISM AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STANDARDS

STRUCTURE: Advertisements, logos- Trademarks connection Domestic Trademark law Grounds of refusal International Trademarks and FTA’s Refusal and removal The effects of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ Movement […]
March 13, 2021

Recognition of Corporate Human Rights Obligations in Nevsun Resources: An Attempt to Close the Governance Gap

Introduction In recent times, the state-centric conception of international law has been increasingly questioned by scholars emphasizing on the conceptual possibility as well as practical necessity […]