ISSN 0975-0606


Consequences of Brexit for the United Kingdom- An EU air law perspective

Vikrant Pachnanda analyses the consequences of Brexit for the UK from an air law perspective.

The Sarai Act of 1867 – Time to let go

Alabh Anant Lal writes on The Sarai Act of 1867 and analyses its relevancy.

BIG Data: A Challenge to Data Protection?

Dr. Subhajit Basu and Rhyea Malik assess the capacity of the existing Indian regulatory framework to withstand the challenges posed by pervasive data collection and big data processing.

Competition Commission nips litigation at the bud - Dismisses cases against Ola and Uber

Payel Chatterjee, M.S. Ananth and Pratibha Jain comment on the Competition Commission of India upholding that access to funding and innovative technology or models enabling an entity to provide discounts and incentives does not create entry barriers and is not anti-competitive.

Interview of the Month

Cherie Blair

India Law Journal’s Managing Editor Vikrant Pachnanda spoke with Cherie Blair QC on the sidelines of the United Nations Commission on Trade Law (UNCITRAL) celebrating 50 years since its inception way back in 1966.

Ques: The UNCITRAL is celebrating 50 years this year. Do you think that the UNCITRAL has indeed laid down global standards for rule-based commerce?
Ans: Absolutely. The UNICITRAL was set up in 1966 and it...

Book Review

Commentary on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 by Pranav Khatavkar

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Vishwam Jindal reviews this new book on insolvency and bankruptcy law in India

Pranav Khatavkar is a practicing advocate in the Bombay High Court and penned down one of the first commentary on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 ("Code"). The book was published in 2016, the same year as the Code was enacted. The book is divided into five parts and runs into nearly 300 pages. Before delving into the substantive provisions of the Code, there is an introductory...