PUBLIC POLICY SETTING ASIDE ARBITRAL AWARD

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Vivek Kerketta Introduction Public policy is an attempt by the government to address a public issue. The government, whether it is city, state, or federal, develops public policy in terms of laws, regulations, decisions, and actions. There are three parts to public policy-making: problems, players, and the policy. The problem is the issue that needs… Read more »

ENFORCEMENT OF IPR WITH REFERENCE TO BORDER SECURITY MEASURES

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VIVEK KERKETTA INTRODUCTION The recognition of the need to protect of intellectual property especially with regard to counterfeit trademark and pirated copyrighted goods, the enforcement of intellectual property rights at the borders has emerged as a significant issue in recent times. In view of this, the scheme of border measures has been discussed internationally at… Read more »