Faculty (Certifying Diploma in Understanding Evidence Law in India with special focus on e-evidence)
1. Sapna Malik
Sapna Malik is a life time member of Bar Council of Supreme Court of India and High Court of Delhi. She is practicing as an advocate, whose professional experience spans over 15 years. She has rendered legal advice to multinational companies and Indian corporations for setting up business operations in India, as joint ventures and wholly owned subsidiaries, business restructuring and due diligence. She has extensive experience in handling legal affairs for corporate, operational legal policies involving extensive planning, strategizing and implementation of effective control measures for mitigating legal risks. As an advocate, she is handling cases independently since 2003 and has appeared and argued cases in National Commission and District Courts, High Court and Supreme Court of India. Apart from these she is a Labour Law and Industrial Relations Expert and has appeared before various Labour authorities, Tribunals, Labour Courts, advised and handled labour law cases and Industrial Relations matters. She has handled issues related to Intellectual Property Rights be it litigation or registration and has vast experience in all matters relating to property, including transactions and disputes involving commercial and residential property, and advise both individual and corporate clients on sale agreements, acquisition of property by foreigners, as well as mortgaging and finance under property and Real Estate Law.
2. Rodney D Ryder
Rodney D. Ryder is the founding partner at Scriboard and is a leading technology, intellectual property and corporate lawyer. He is the author of Guide to Cyber Laws: the Information Technology Act, 2000, E-Commerce, Data Protection and the Internet, the first section-wise analysis of the Indian Information Technology Act, 2000. He is presently Advisor to the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of India on the implementation of the Information Technology Act, 2000.Mr. Ryder has been nominated as a 'Leading Lawyer' in intellectual property, technology, communications and media law by Asia Law, Who'sWhoLegal, Asia Legal 500, amongst other International publications. Mr. Ryder is also advisor to the Data Security Council of India [a NASSCOM initiative] on the structuring of industry data privacy and information security policies and contractual standards. His second book, Intellectual Property and the Internet, published by LexisNexis is perhaps the only one of its kind in Asia. The text has been acknowledged to be an authoritative work by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and has been quoted in the first and only judgement by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India on domain names. He is advisor to the National Internet Exchange of India [NiXI] and a member of the panel of independent and neutral arbitrators with NiXI.