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Opinion & Analysis

Artificial Intelligence Versus Lawyers’ Intelligence

The efforts made so far may be appreciated but taking over lawyering is like having an AI system in place without human interference. It means development of an AI system that can think and make strategies as lawyers do. Lawyering is not limited to interpretation of law but to deal with so many othe

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Will Business Interruption Insurance cover the losses caused by COVID 19

In the present situation, the widely debated question is whether the insurance policies taken up by corporate houses can come to their rescue when there are losses due to the stoppage of businesses due to the imposed lockdown.

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COVID 19 brings in a New Age of Litigation

This article focuses on: (i) how COVID 19 is presently affecting litigations in India, and the future impact of the pandemic on litigation; and (ii) the steps which need to be taken in order to tackle this crisis and be ready for the new age of disputes.

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COVID-19: Flight Plan for Indian Aviation Industry

Some of the challenges/considerations which airline companies in India may consider while formulating their Post COVID-19 flight plan.

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The Evolution Of E-education

Students and learners across the globe are continuing their learnings through on-line classes conducted by their schools, colleges, universities, and other educational institutions.

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Impact Of COVID-19 On The Mining Sector

Mining is heavily dependent on the availability of manpower/labour who undertake the groundwork; with operations being scaled back, many such migrant laboure and workforce have retreated to their home base.

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Force Majeure: A Green Horn in Testing Times of Covid 19; Flash In The Pan

It is not a receipe for every cuisine, best expressed by an idiom ‘Flash in the Pan’ meaning something which disappoints by failing to deliver anything of value, despite a showy beginning. It is not a general rule and will not apply to every case.

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Ejecting The Unwilling Minority Shareholder

By Sarthak Sarin, Principal Associate and Udai Singh, Senior Associate (Khaitan & Co., Delhi)

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India As An Arbitration Hub? A Distant Dream

Some views on the idea of promoting India as an international arbitration hub

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A Parent’s Nightmare: Cross-Border Child Abduction

The Indian Constitution addresses cross-border child abduction cases as custody cases, implementing certain procedures to help parents whose children have been abducted to India.

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