Pearl Narang

Pearl Narang is a final year law student of B.B.A.LL.B (Hons.) at Chandigarh University, Mohali and is currently interning as a Trainee in Business World Legal Community. She is also pursuing a diploma in Contract Drafting, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution. She is passionate about both law and writing.

Latest Articles By Pearl Narang

Amazon Prime and Other Major OTT Platforms Agree to a Universal Self-Regulation Code

Universal Self-Regulation Code for OCCPs' mandates content providers to set up a structured grievance redressal and escalation mechanism for users.

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A New Twist in Fortnite’s Legal Battle Royale With Apple

Epic Games files preliminary injunction against Apple Inc. The injunction would require Apple to put the popular game 'Fortnite' back in its App Store.

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Yes Bank Fraud Case: Supreme Court Stays Bombay HC Order Granting Bail to Wadhawan Brothers

DHFL promoters were granted bail by the Bombay High Court in the Yes Bank fraud case. They were arrested and remanded before a Magistrate on May 14.

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Kesavananda Bharati Passes Away

The most well-known petitioner in the country, Kesavananda Bharati passed away on September 6, 2020. He was 79 years old.

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No Appeal Against NCDRC Order Passed In Execution Proceedings Is Maintainable: Supreme Court

The order was passed in the case of M/s Ambience Developers and Infrastructure Pvt Ltd. and another v. Ambience Island Apartment Owners and Ors.

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Handsome Music LLC Sues eToro for Copyright Infringement Over a YouTube Ad

eToro used a song, "Long Gaze" owned by Handsome Music, LLC without permission.

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Australian Government Proposes Law to Compel Facebook and Google to Pay for News

The draft of the proposed legislation states that Facebook and Google will have to pay news outlets for sharing news on their sites.

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Non-Compliance With Austria’s Proposed Hate Speech Law Could Mean a Fine Up to 10 Million Euros

Austria wants Google and Facebook to delete illegal content within 7 days. If the internet giants fail to comply, the government can impose fines of up to 10 million euros under the proposed law.

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Hollywood Studios Settle Copyright Lawsuit With VidAngel for $9.9 Million

According to the terms of the settlement, VidAngel will agree to not stream any content owned by the studios and will also pay $9.9 million in quarterly instalments over 14 years.

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Accounts Not to Be Declared NPAs Till Further Notice: Supreme Court

The Court was hearing a batch of petitions which sought interest waiver on the loan moratorium granted by Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

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