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Difference between Due process of Law and Procedure established by Law

Difference between Due process of Law and Procedure established by Law 

The ‘Procedure established by law’ is the properly enacted law by the legislature which is justifiable when it acts in accordance with the procedure and requirements. The ‘Due process of law’ is an American phenomenon from Clause 39 of the Magna Carta that was endorsed in the United States of America. The Constituent Assembly evidently …

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The Problem of Trademark Infringement & Passing Off in India

The Problem of Trademark Infringement & Passing Off in India

Trademark infringement is the result of any unauthorized use of a trademark that is “identical” or “deceptively similar” to a registered trademark, which is known as infringement. Trademark Infringement is mentioned u/s 29 of the Trademarks Act, 1999. The passing-off action calls for the protection of unregistered goods and services. The most important differentiation is …

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Conciliation vs. Arbitration

Difference Between Conciliation And Arbitration

Although Arbitration and conciliation may sound similar they are two very different things and mean differently in practice. Conciliation is an informal process that allows parties to settle a dispute without going through court. Arbitration is a formal process in which a neutral third party (an arbitrator) decides on a settlement. Conciliation vs. Arbitration Conciliation …

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