Criminal Law – Keep the Public Safe From Felons

February 12, 2020 0 Comments

Criminal law includes various principles that can cause the arraignment of an individual for acts recognized as violations by the legislature. Individuals saw as blameworthy of perpetrating a criminal demonstration would be imprisoned, fined, or both. Perpetrating a wrongdoing implies abusing open laws which are set up by the government, the state or the nearby …

An Odd Antitrust Suit Over A Legal Monopoly

January 23, 2020 0 Comments

The thought behind a patent is to give the proprietor a legitimized imposing business model to support advancement. Licenses are restricted to 20 years, after which the innovation enters the open area and can be unreservedly replicated. Innovators in this manner have motivation to make new and better stuff, since they will benefit off the …

What Happens With Charitable Giving and the New Tax Law

November 20, 2019 0 Comments

Now that we’re into 2018, it’s vital if you’re a nonprofit leader, fundraiser, or board member to understand what the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act may do to the philanthropic sector. Keep in mind that this is the first major overhaul of tax regulation in more than a generation, so it’s going to have wide-ranging …

What Are the Child Custody Rights in Divorce Cases?

September 15, 2019 0 Comments

The most important and complex issue in a divorce case is ‘Child Custody’. Both husband and wife, use child custody as a medium to establish the guilt and fault of the other party. In India, Guardian and Wards Act, 1890 is empowered to determine the issue of child custody. Generally, the court has the power …

Is It Illegal to Download Free Music?

August 20, 2019 0 Comments

The Confusion Surrounding Music Copyright Law Because there are so many different ways to get free music off the internet, there has become a lot of confusion and conflicting views as to what is legal and what isn’t. “OK, so it’s illegal to burn a copy of a CD and distribute it. So are you …