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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

Epic Games Versus Apple: The Fortnite Battle is on

Epic Games and Apple’s war began when Epic Games activated a payment option on its Fortnite app. The payment option bypassed Apple’s built-in payment system.

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Insolvency Proceedings Against Anil Ambani

The National Company Law Tribunal, Mumbai has appointed Resolution Professional in a SBI unit's application filed under Part III of the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code. The application was filed for initiating an insolvency resolution process against Anil Ambani, Chairman of the Reliance ADA Group.

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“Provide subsidized food grains to all eligible disabled persons under the National Food Security Act (NFSA).” - Department of Food and Public Distribution

In its letter to state governments and union territories, the ministry emphasized that one of the criteria for inclusion of beneficiaries under AAY household is "disability".

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Pension is a Fundamental Right and Cannot be Deducted: High Court of Bombay

A petition was filed by a Nagpur resident who retired as an assistant foreman from Ordnance Factory, Bhandara in October of 1994.

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HDFC Bank faces potential securities lawsuit on allegations of breaching investor trust

Two US-based law firms—Rosen Law Firm and Schall Law Firm have announced that they are initiating separate investigations to build a securities fraud lawsuit against HDFC Bank.

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Facebook in legal trouble over Rohingya genocide case in Myanmar

Facebook is in a legal battle with The Gambia. The controversy revolves around handing over of company documents that could help in an international investigation of a genocide in Myanmar.

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Daughters Have Equal Property Rights, Confirms SC

According to the landmark ruling, the daughter will still have equal coparcenary rights to inherit her father's share in property even if the father has died before the 2005 Amendment. The 2005 amendments to the Hindu Succession Act apply retrospectively.

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Disclosure of Identity of Covid-19 Patients to be Subjected to Triple Test of Privacy: Orissa HC

While disposing off the matter, the court directed the State to ensure that identity of any person, who is admitted to Covid centres-any Government Hospital/private Hospital or any Quarantine centre in the State, found infected with Covid-19 is not disclosed/publicized either in any intradepartmental communication or in any media platform including social media.

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US Court of Appeals Overturns ‘no-license, no-chips’ Antitrust Ruling Against Qualcomm

The appeals court reasoned that Qualcomm’s licensing practices are not anti-competitive because “the company is under no antitrust duty to license rival chip suppliers. Obligation to license patents on fair and reasonable terms comes under the purview of contract and patent law."

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Emotions in Copyright

A copyright infringement suit filed against Netflix for upcoming film Enola Holmes.

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