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Cryptocurrency and Evaluation of Government Regulations under Budget of 2022

  Name – KAUSHAKI KUMARI College - DR CV RAMAN UNIVERSITY Introduction With the advancement of technology the medium and types of currencies are also changing from paper money to plastic money (credit cards/debit cards) and now to digital currency. The framework of finance management has surely advanced. Crypto currencies gained their existence from the late 90s but it was in the 21st century when cryptocurrency for the first time charmed the whole world in 2008 by the introduction of first ever digital currency BITCOIN by satoshi nakamoto. What actually is crypto currency? Crypto currency is a virtual asset or currency stored in a digital wallet. It is an independent asset which has no centralized policy for its regulation. It  is a currency designed to be exchanged through the medium of the internet that is independent of any centralized organization such as the government or banks. One can buy crypto currency through online mining or by using credit cards from companies which act li

Mediation and Arbitration in Health Care System

  Name –  CHANDA KUSHWAHA College - O.P JINDAL GLOBAL LAW SCHOOL Mediation facilitates and encourages inventive problem-solving, allowing for the discovery of innovative resolutions to problems. Mediation and arbitration facilitates communication between the parties. In mediation and arbitration, there are no hard and fast rules other than those agreed to by the parties or asked by the mediator to encourage productive discussions. Mediation in many scenarios preferred over litigation for the resolution of medical malpractice claims in healthcare sector.  Relationship preservation, enhanced communication to support excellent treatment, and cost savings are just a few of mediation's many benefits. The collaborative and cooperative nature of mediation expedites the resolution of problems between patients, physicians, and other health care providers. If the parties are able to reach an agreement, the solutions may include both financial and non-financial remedies. Due to its versatilit

Requirement of a proper law in the Sports Industry

  Name –  Siddhi B. Agrawal College - School of Law, University of Mumbai, Thane Subcampus India as a country is very popular for various sports like cricket, badminton, hockey etc which is chosen as a career option by many but only a few find success here. The country supports the aspirants by hosting various national as well as international events; however, one has to keep various considerations at the back of their minds. Some competitors occasionally use dishonest tactics to win games. In addition, there are numerous situations when strong restrictions must be passed in order to preserve the integrity of the events. Any individual liable for resorting to unfair means must be held liable for their actions. India, tragically, has very few regulations, and cases utilizing unfair strategies are heard or held in India's high courts or Supreme Court. This is an issue since the Supreme Court and High Court judges don't all have similar levels of sports-related information, which

Trade Mark: Objection and Replies to Registered/Unregistered Trade Mark

 Name – SHREYA S.K. PANDEY College - LAW COLLEGE DEHRADUN faculty of UTTARANCHAL UNIVERSITY What is a Trade mark? In general, Trade mark is a mark that distinguishes one good or service from another.  Section 2(zb) of Trade Marks Act, 1999, defines Trade Mark as a mark that is capable of being represented graphically and which distinguish the good and service of an individual from other and it includes the shape of the good, its packing and combination of colours. What is a Registered Trade mark? According to Section 2(w) of The Trade Mark Act, 1999, a registered Trade Mark is a mark that is actually included on the register and which remains in force. Classification of goods and services for registration Goods and Services are classified into various classes for simplifying the process and to distinguish every good and service easily. There are in total 45 Classes of Goods and Services out of which Class 1 to class 34 are for goods and Classes 35 to 35 are for services. These classes