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Directive (EU) 2016/943 of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 8 June 2016, on the protection of undisclosed know-how and business information (trade secrets) against their unlawful acquisition, use and disclosure – brief analysis

by Ana Margarida Pereira, Collaborating Member of CEDU

The differences in the Member States’ legislation regarding the protection of trade secrets against their unlawful acquisition, use or disclosure, the lack of consistency regarding the civil law remedies available and the differences regarding the treatment to give to a third party who has acquired the trade secret in good faith but subsequently learns that the acquisition derived from a previous unlawful acquisition by another party are some of the reasons that justified European action  regarding the protection of undisclosed know-how and business information (trade secrets). 539 more words

EU

Why Your Husband should not be in Jail: Family Rights of Prisoners

This article is written by Rashmi Pandey. Rashmi is a third-year student and has been the Chief Student Editor of AIL Reporter, Member of Student Research Society, presently pursuing BA LLB at Army Institute of Law, Mohali. 725 more words

Marriage And Family

Rights of Child out of Rape

This article is written by Neeti Rana. Neeti is a student of Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University.

Rape causes difficulties during and after pregnancy, with potential negative consequences for both mother and child. 740 more words

Fundamental Rights

Right to Information and Right to Privacy: A Critical Analysis of the Act

The right to know and the right to privacy are two of the most ambiguous legal arena today facing government the court, the public and individuals. 747 more words

Constitutional Law

Breaking the Barriers of Religion Imposed over Women in India

Recently, the High Court of Bombay has pronounced a judgement on the Public Interest Litigation filed by Dr Noorjehan Safia Niaz and Zakia Soman (co-founders of Bhartiya Muslim Mahila Andolan) over the issue of restriction on entry of the woman inside sanctum sanctorum of Haji Ali Dargah. 619 more words

Constitutional Law

Constitutional Scrutiny of Personal Laws

Constitution is the incomparable and central law of our nation is not only an archive constituting and constraining the Government, however, an epitome of the qualities and ethics of a democratic nation. 744 more words

Constitutional Law

Right to move Supreme Court: A fundamental right

The Indian Constitution provides some fundamental rights to all persons under Part III of the Indian Constitution. These fundamental rights are available to all the Indian citizens. 716 more words

Constitutional Law