Call For Papers: RSRR Blog Series On Regulating E-Commerce

aasavri Rai

2 March 2019 5:46 PM GMT

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    The RGNUL Student Research Review, based at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, invites submissions for its RSRR Blog Series.

    Theme: Regulating the E-Commerce Sector in India: A Work in Progress

    Sub- Themes:

    • Anti-Competitive Practices: Balancing E-Commerce w.r.t Brick and Mortar Retailers
    • Issues around Taxability of E-Commerce transaction
    • Consumer Protection: Grievance Redressal Mechanism under Indian Laws
    • Content Regulations on E-Commerce platforms
    • Draft E-commerce Policy 2018: An Analysis
    • The Intellectual Property Debate related to E-Commerce
    • Standard Contracts of E-Commerce vis a vis Indian Laws
    • Liabilities under E-Commerce transactions
    • FDI policies related to E-Commerce
    • Curbing the menace of frauds in E-Commerce transactions
    • Consent Requirement: Contractual freedom in E-Commerce sector

    The manuscripts must be e-mailed to

    The subject should be titled "Submission for RSRR Blog Series Issue".

    Deadline for submission: 15th March 2019

    For further details, click here.

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