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Krishnendra Joshi

Krishnendra has 2 years of experience in Content and Copywriting. He realised the value of persuasive writing while working with LawSikho. Writing a few marketing emails taught him that right wordings create the right impact. Reading The Boron Letters by advertising legend Gary Halbert inspired him to keep learning about the craft of writing. He does not restrict himself to legal content writing alone. He has written content for clients in the SaaS Industry and Personal development Industry. He believes in writing for multi niches to enhance his creativity and train his writing muscle.

Latest Articles By Krishnendra Joshi

Jugjugg Jeeyo: Dharma Productions Gets Relief From Ranchi Court In Copyright Row Over Film's Story

The petitioner Vishal Singh had sued the makers of the film Jugjugg Jeeyo for stealing his story for the Varun Dhawan-Kiara Advani film.

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[Exclusive] CAM Partner, Sameer Chugh To Leave the Firm, Set To Return To In-house Practice

Chugh had joined Delhi's CAM office to look after their TMT and regulatory practice in July 2021.

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In Conversation with Gaurav Dugar, Executive Vice President & General Counsel, CredAble

In this exclusive conversation with editorial lead Krishnendra Joshi, BW Legal World, Gaurav shares about his illustrious journey in law. He also talks about his work as a General Counsel at India's leading working capital tech, diversity and inclusivity, his love for diving and much more.

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Monitoring Content Piracy On Real-Time Basis Along With Amendments In Law Need Of The Hour Say Legal Experts

Besides amending the IT Act and Rules, new provisions can also be introduced under Copyright Act for dealing with piracy by distinguishing it from infringement and providing for much more stringent punishments and making such offences non-bailable.

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When An Artist Dies While Performing: Can Event Organisers Be Blamed? What Is Death By Negligence In the Indian Law? Experts Explain

The tragic and untimely demise of the well-known singer Krishnakumar Kunnath (KK) who passed away shortly after performing at an event in Kolkata raises many questions about what precautionary measures for such events are prescribed under the law. While the initial post-mortem reports say the 53-year-old suffered cardiac arrest post performing live at the concert, a case of 'unnatural death' stays registered by the Kolkata Police.

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BW Legal World Judgement Watch: Decoding Karnataka High Court's Hijab Ban Judgement With Senior Advocate Vivek Sood

In this segment of BW Legal World's judgement analysis series, Senior Advocate Vivek Sood decodes the much talked about Karnataka High Court's verdict upholding the hijab ban and calls it a constitutional gem.

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Being Conferred Senior Designation Is My Most Cherished Memory Says Senior Advocate Pramod Dubey

In a candid fireside chat with Krishnendra Joshi, ace criminal lawyer and Senior Advocate Pramod Dubey opens up about his illustrious journey, his support system at home and much more.

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AAP Minister Satyendar Jain Sent To ED Custody Till June 9 In Money Laundering Case

ED had on Monday arrested the Delhi minister on allegations of routing money via land purchases through shell companies.

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Advocates In Kerala To Protest Against Police Violence On June 1

Taking note of increasing violence against Advocates in other parts of the State, a delgation led by Bar Council chairman is soon going to meet Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan demanding strong action against the police.

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SC Stays NGT Order Imposing Penalty Of Over Rs 15 Crore On Coca-Cola's Bottling Unit Moon Beverages

The NGT, while holding that MBL had operated and abstracted groundwater in accordance with no-objection certificates issued to it by the Central Ground Water Authority and other authorities, proceeded to impose environmental compensation on the ground that the very issuance of the no-objection certificates by the authorities was invalid.

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