Tag Archives: Mayank Shekhar

Next Revolution will come from Law – In Conversation with Navneet Chugh (MD & Founder Chugh LLP)

I feel that any country that doesn’t allow contingency lawyering has a sign outside that says that justice in this country is only for the rich who can afford to hire lawyers. – Navneet Chugh  Navneet S. Chugh is the Managing Partner and founder of Chugh, LLP. Mr. Chugh has extensive experience in a wide variety of Corporate, Tax, Immigration, Litigation and… Read More »

How To Prepare For A Moot Court Competition | Part I – Moot Court Memorial

There is a technique in every art which has to be learnt by its practitioners. The same is true for the Art of Advocacy. Any law student can become a competent advocate by learning the principles of the art of advocacy by practice and patience. The experience of research is profitable; the experience of Oral Presentation of the… Read More »

Democratic Constitutionalism in Crisis – In Conversation With The Legendary Scholar – Prof. (Dr.) Upendra Baxi

Mayank Shekhar, CEO, Legal Bites – recently attended a discussion on Democratic Constitutionalism in Crisis at Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, where he had a brief conversation with this Prof. (Dr.) Upendra Baxi. Professor (Dr.) Upendra Baxi, born at Rajkot, Saurashtra, graduated from Rajkot (Gujarat University), read law at the University of Bombay, and holds LLM degrees from… Read More »

Exclusive Interview: Padma Shri Dr. T.K. Viswanathan, Secretary-General of the 15th Lok Sabha

Dr. T.K. Viswanathan, Secretary-General of the 15th Lok Sabha is a legal luminary who has held various positions in the academia and Government of India. During the four decades of his career, Dr. T.K. Viswanathan has served as a Lawyer, a Professor of Jurisprudence, Secretary to Government of India in the Ministry of Law & Justice and chairman of various… Read More »

Criminal Misappropriation and Criminal Breach of Trust

Meaning The word “misappropriation” means a dishonest appropriation and use of another’s property for the sole purpose of capitalizing it for one’s own use. Criminal misappropriation text place when the position has come innocently, but it continued due to subsequent change of intention or after knowledge of some new facts with which the party was not previously acquainted.… Read More »

Cheating and related provisions

Introduction – Hawkins defines cheating as deceitful practices in defrauding or endeavoring to defraud another of his own right by means of some artful device contrary to the plane rule of common honesty. [Smith and Hogan, criminal law 10th edition; 2003 page 568 to 569]. Cheating at common law was a misdemeanor and punishable by imprisonment and fine. Section… Read More »

Sedition – Legal Provisions and Case Laws

Meaning Sedition in the ordinary sense means a stirring up of rebellion against the Government. Sedition is an offence against the state. Sedition is nothing but libel (defamation) of the established authority of law, i.e., Government. Hence it is called seditious libel in England. Sedition consists in attempt made, by meeting or speeches by Publications, to disturb the… Read More »

About Us – Legal Bites – Law and Beyond

Legal Bites is an Ed-Tech start-up company. Launched in 2015, Legal Bites offers highly engaging and effective learning content for law students and aspirants of competitive exams. It offers a free and easy-to-use custom search engine to find notes, cases, codes and informative articles and interviews empowering people to conduct their own online legal research without any training in… Read More »