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UAP holds intra-department moot competition
Law & Our Rights

UAP holds intra-department moot competition

University of Asia Pacific Moot Court Club (UAPMCC) organised the 3rd Intra-Department Moot Court Competition on Contract and Tort Law for the students of Department of Law and Human Rights, University of Asia Pacific (UAP), on April 26 and 27, 2019.

Cybersquatting, online business and the importance of trademarks
Law & Our Rights

Cybersquatting, online business and the importance of trademarks

Commercial opportunities and ancillary frauds walk hand in hand and online business is not an exception to the foregoing. The term squatting denotes unlawfully occupying any property without permission.

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