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Month January 2021

Defamation and its effects on Reputation and its overwriting effects on Freedom of Speech and Expression

Introduction “It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation and only one bad one to lose it”- Benjamin Franklin. When the word reputation is questioned, Jurist Blackstones has added to this proposition and stated that “Every man is… Continue Reading →

Contemporary Challenges and Issues of Mediation

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a dramatic rise in the number of economic and commercial tensions worldwide. Many companies have been flooded by unprecedented difficulties as a consequence of overdue contracts and other legal issues. Small Businesses were at… Continue Reading →

Ethics in Mediation and Role of Mediator

Abraham Lincoln once said- “Discourage litigation, persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can, Point out to them how the normal winner is often a loser in fees, expenses, cost and time” This quote clearly describes the significance of Alternative Dispute… Continue Reading →

Mediator’s psychology tools in a mediation session

Human feeling drives decision-making. It is this emotional aspect that converts a conflict of opinion into an intense dispute. Thus, the mediation’s emotional power is the force that can be used to help parties settle their conflicts. Typically, the key… Continue Reading →


The BIS Standard Mark (ISI Mark) is a quality mark and also has established its brand image for more than six decades as the consumer is always inclined towards quality products. Therefore, the consumer as well as the organized purchaser… Continue Reading →

Ethics of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR)

The origin of Online Dispute Resolution can be traced back to the early 1990’s, a period of significant changes in the online environment. In 1996, the first articles on ADR were published, there were several conferences sponsored which aims at… Continue Reading →

Fashion law and its scope in India

Fashion Law regulates the relationship between fashion designers, distributors and customers, making them duty bound towards each other so they could act within the scope of the legally binding negotiations that arise due to the contractual obligations between them. It… Continue Reading →

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