Pragati Sharma

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Associate in the Dispute Resolution practice at the Mumbai office of Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas. Pragati specialises in white collar crimes - advisory and litigation, as well as criminal litigation and technology law advisory. She has also extensively advised and represented clients before courts/tribunals in civil and commercial litigations, arbitrations, and transactional matters.

She can be reached at pragati.sharma@cyrilshroff.com

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The 2014 General Elections saw a new kind of election campaigning. Far removed from the dusty rallies, a considerable part of the campaigning took place online. Political parties employed big data analytics to crunch user information of nearly 100 million Indian social media users and used it to their advantage in campaigning. Political parties’ major portion of campaigning was done by PR executives sitting on computers, in addition to the proactive Twitter accounts of their…
For Art’s Sake: The Court of Arbitration for Art – Part I looked at the history of art disputes and the introduction of the Court of Arbitration for Art and how it solves the issues of adjudication faced in art disputes. Part – II elaborates on the Procedure that will be followed by the Court of Arbitration for Art and what this development means for the Indian art industry. How CAfA helps It is essential…
  Consider this: you purchased a rare Jackson Pollock painting from a prestigious auction house’s website, the auction house even provided you with a “Certificate of Authenticity”. However, an expert on Jackson Pollock remarks that the painting may be a copy/ a very public dispute ensues, not only questioning the value and authenticity of the painting, but also the reputation of the auction house. While the Courts hear the dispute, the value of the painting…