For the first time, the report of the Santhanam Committee attached the great importance to the emergence of crime and abuses known as “white collar” crime, which is also recognized by the report of 29th Law Commission in 1972. The study of the committee acknowledged the advent of the “mass society” with a tiny elite controller, promoting monopoly development and a deviation from ethical behaviour. White-collar crime is invisible in many different respects. The article will briefly outline some major questions dominating discussions of how this vast group of offences can be controlled.
Posted on July 29, 2020, 1:32 a.m.Read More →
Cryptocurrency started to be used in many countries as soon as its system became widespread. Countries have begun to create their own cryptocurrencies as well. Along with this increase in the dimensions of cryptocurrencies across the world, some regulatory needs have arisen. Many countries have been regulating their legal and economic infrastructures to cover cryptocurrencies, and many others have been on a quest to do so. The use of virtual currency has become widespread in many different systems in recent years. This article investigates the user's expectations of the future of cryptocurrency.
Posted on July 29, 2020, 1:17 a.m.Read More →
Predatory pricing can be defined as a pricing strategy where the prices of goods and the services are fixed at such low level that it becomes almost impossible for the other firms to compete in the existing market and are thus forced to go out of the race. This article lays down a brief introduction of the predatory pricing and the provided legal remedies.
Posted on July 29, 2020, 12:57 a.m.Read More →