Lawyers. Latin. Legalese. The world seems to be veering away from jargon in contract drafting and general parlance, but we would like to make a humble exception in today’s Bridge Legal piece (a shoutout to one of our followers for requesting this analysis is in order). Ipso Facto – a phrase that simply means, ‘by that very fact’, finds itself to be the focus of India’s Supreme Court in yet another interesting decision that has wide implications for contracts countrywide.
Software Licensing impacts you.
Whether you are reading this on your phone, tablet or computer, you are reading this because you have a license (we hope) to use the software facilitating you to do so – and you would be surprised by the number of licenses you have agreed to already.
The world was not ready for cryptocurrency; India is still not.
Just when we’re seemingly in sight of some predictability as regards its legitimacy (or illegality, fingers crossed whichever camp you’re in, unless it’s the one in favour of balanced regulation, in which case, good luck), the digital world is awash with a new beast – ‘Non-Fungible Tokens’, or NFTs.
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