Maithli Jha

About Maithli Jha

Maithli is a final-year law student at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) with a keen interest in emerging legal fields. She is committed to constantly learning and utilizing her theoretical knowledge in practical ways within the field of law.

Penalties and Procedures in Securities and Exchange Board of India Act 1992 A Critical Analysis

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is the regulatory authority responsible for overseeing and regulating the securities market in India. It was established as a non-statutory body on April 12, 1992, under the provisions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act, 1992[1]. Later, it was converted into a statutory body in […]

Is Shop and Establishment License Compulsory?

A shop and establishment license is a vital requirement for business operators in India. This license, mandated by the Shops and Establishments Labour License Act, applies to businesses, professions, and trades registered under the Act. Registration under this Act is compulsory based on employee capacity. This Act’s primary objective is to protect employees’ rights and […]

The Role of IPR in the Protection of Biodiversity

The world is increasingly interconnected, and biological diversity is a critical factor in the survival and prosperity of all living organisms. It serves as the foundation of sustainable development by ensuring that crucial ecological processes such as pollination and nutrient cycling can continue. However, the current legal system for Intellectual Property Rights has created a […]

Conceptual issues in patenting of life forms

Intellectual property pertains to the creations of the human mind, and if they possess commercial value, they can be considered assets. It includes inventions, industrial designs, literary and artistic works, symbols, and more. The term “patent” has its roots in the Latin word “patent-em,” which means open, although this apparent contradiction requires clarification. The optimal […]

Why are Indian Startups headed towards Consolidation?

In recent months, deals have risen significantly in the Indian startup industry, driven by larger organizations seeking growth opportunities and financially constrained startups searching for support and survival. In recent times, the Indian startup scene has progressed and thrived, resulting in numerous enterprises in related or similar industries coming together and transforming into significant entities […]

Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and Competition Act, 2002

India has responded to the push for global integration by adopting measures such as economic liberalization and removing controls. As a result, the Indian market needs to be prepared to face domestic and international competition. The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act of 1969 has become outdated in certain aspects due to international economic developments, […]