Ankita Aseri throws light on the thin line of difference between comparative advertising and unfair trade practices through the use of case laws and by comparing the Indian scenario with the ones in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Aman Tolwani illustrates the terms and conditions that Instagram and Facebook craft, and to which its users adhere to, which might not only be in conflict with copyright laws, but which may change at any time before the next login of the user.
Sadhana Madhavan critically analyses the ruling in the case of HUL v Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. by juxtaposing the various laws in India that prohibit comparative advertising especially in the field of trademarks and also the various precedents in the same sphere.
Chandni Ghatak analyses the jurisprudence of the copyright regime in regard to photographs across India, USA, and the EU. She discusses the threshold of creativity required and the difficulties in establishing a standard to test creativity.
Aman Tolwani analyses in detail the changes that have been made as per the Trademark Rules of 2017.