Latest Articles By Ashima Ohri
Data Privacy and Big Tech: Is lack of concrete data policies potentially harming the consumers and competition in India?
Tech giants are enjoying their dominance in targeted advertising largely due to their stores of high-value data amplifying predatory behaviour disfavouring the consumers.Read More
In conversation with Dr Subir Bikas Mitra, Executive Director Law & HR at GAIL (India) Limited and Director (Non-Executive) GAIL Gas Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of GAIL
"A New Round Has Been Opened By Gail For Solicitation of Investment Proposals From Start-Ups Operating Specifically in the Area of CBG.” Dr S. B. MitraRead More
Mr Ravi Singhania is the managing partner of S&P. He talks about Tech-Revolution in the Indian Legal System, the Improvements Required, and the Road Ahead for Young Lawyers Post COVID-19Read More
Mr Sameer Jain is the Managing Partner at PSL Advocates & Solicitors. He talks about his journey, use of AI in legal practice and the road ahead for young lawyers.Read More
EU Bolsters Data Privacy—Strikes Down Privacy Shield Agreement between the European Union and the United States
For other countries, the standard clauses would only be valid if the country receiving the data has protections in force that are on par with those under EU lawRead More
In Conversation With Debolina Partap, General Counsel Wockhardt About Pharma Industry And Her Magnificent Journey In The Industry
Corporate Legal Departments are slowly getting aligned to technology usage in many systematized core areas of work and practice.Read More
THE “ENRICA LEXIE” INCIDENT—The Italian Republic v. The Republic of India—Is the Award Based on Sound Legal Footing?
Permanent Court of Arbitration located in The Hague, Netherlands while ruling on the Enrica Lexie incident last week found that India has no jurisdiction over the Italian marines Salvatore Girone and Massimiliano Latorre who had shot two fishermen aboard St. Antony off the coast of India in 2012.Read More