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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

Students of NLUD, Jindal Move Karnataka HC Challenging Decision to Conduct EIA Public Consultation Virtually via Zoom

Initially, the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) proposed to conduct the public hearing for the Eight Lane Peripheral Ring Road project on August 18.

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Supreme Court Quashes Conduct of NLAT 2020

In addition to quashing the exam, SC has also directed that the CLAT admission process would have to be completed by mid-October.

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Amitabh Bachchan's 'Jhund' Faces Allegations of Copyright Infringement

Telangana High Court orders complete stay on the movie's release in India, abroad as well as OTT platforms after the petitioner claims to have exclusive rights and copyright infringement.

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Katrina Parrott Sues Apple For Copyright Infringement

Katrina Parrott (under Cub Club Investment, LLC), has filed a suit against Apple for copyright infringement of her "iDiversicons".

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Supreme Court on the Broadcast of Sudarshan TV's 'UPSC Jihad'

The Court also directed that a committee of five citizens should be made for framing standards on electronic media.

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Online Education Covered Under Right To Education Act: Delhi HC

Delhi High Court ruled that online education was covered under the Right to Education Act and therefore, the private schools were providing the same as part of their responsibilities under the statute.

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Banksy Loses Trademark Case over 'Flower Thrower' Graffity

Banksy's trademark for “Flower Thrower” was filed in bad faith and declared it “invalid in its entirety, says EU's Intellectual Property Office.

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Lionel Messi Wins a 9-Year Long Battle to Trademark His Surname

The Court has ruled that the Argentinian star can register Messi sports equipment and clothing brand in his own name and dismissed an appeal from the Spanish company Massi and EUIPO.

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Petition in the Supreme Court Seeks Legal Action Against Justice Markandey Katju

The petition states that Justice Markandey Katju has "tarnished the image of judicial system" by deposing in Nirav Modi's money laundering case.

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Ikorongo Texas Sues Uber for Patent Infringement

Plaintiff Ikorongo Texas LLC claims that Uber infringed on the company's patents for location-aware devices and applications

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