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Fashion And Trademarks: The Clothing Controversy

Much like the trends on a ramp evolve every season, in the same way legal strategies of the industry’s leading fashion brands, fashion-houses and designers are in flux. Fashion is something to which each one of us relates. It is a part of everyone’s daily life; be it in the form of apparels or shoes … Continue reading Fashion And Trademarks: The Clothing Controversy

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Joinder Of Parties

There is always a concern while filing a suit as to whether all the parties concerned have been taken into account or not. Further, if any party is missed, can that party be joined in a suit at a later point of time is another issue to be pondered upon. Fortunately, Code of Civil Procedure, … Continue reading Joinder Of Parties

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Trademark Squatting: A Threat To MNCs

With the evolution of Globalization and the increasing presence of multi-national corporations like Amazon and Apple Inc. amongst others, enforcing Global Intellectual Property (“IP”) Rights becomes indispensable. As a result of this, business owners need to be conscious of ways to ensure that their IP, especially trademarks is protected globally. In 2012, Apple faced an … Continue reading Trademark Squatting: A Threat To MNCs

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Violation Of Moral Right In Light Of ‘Ghar Se Nikalte Hi’- Will This Be An Eye Opener For The Trend Of Remixes?

“Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.” [1] The foundation of this concept was laid in the case of Amarnath Sehgal v. Union of India[2]. This was a landmark judgement delivered by the Delhi High Court … Continue reading Violation Of Moral Right In Light Of ‘Ghar Se Nikalte Hi’- Will This Be An Eye Opener For The Trend Of Remixes?

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An Overview Of The Issues & Suggestions About Sec 146 Of The Patents Act, 1970 And Form 27

As a result to the PIL filed by Prof. Shamnad Basheer, complaining against IPO for noncompliance of section 146 (working statement of Patent invention), in the year 2015,  the Delhi High Court, recently in January 2018, passed an order directing the Government to submit an affidavit outlining a plan for putting in place a standard operating … Continue reading An Overview Of The Issues & Suggestions About Sec 146 Of The Patents Act, 1970 And Form 27

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Sphaera Pharma, Pte. Ltd. And Anr. Vs Union Of India

Delhi High Court Decides upon Delay in Filing a Patent Examination Request Introduction The question regarding the condonation of delay in the filing a request for examination of a patent application was once again decided by the Hon’ble Delhi High Court in the case of Sphaera Pharma, Pte. Ltd. And Anr.Vs Union Of India. The Hon’ble … Continue reading Sphaera Pharma, Pte. Ltd. And Anr. Vs Union Of India

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Are IP Disputes Arbitrable In India? And To What Extent?

The Alternative methods of dispute resolution have eventually acquired a huge popularity and utility in the commercial and business- commerce sector. One of the most utilised methods is the arbitration, most of the parties associated with the commercial transaction nowadays prefer to opt for arbitration for the settlement of any kind of dispute. Arbitration in … Continue reading Are IP Disputes Arbitrable In India? And To What Extent?

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) And Copyright

“The rapid growth of Artificial intelligence (AI) in producing artistic work has raised a controversial question of the Copyright Ownership. This article address the issue of IP ownership of AI generated works and provides for some feasible solutions to remedy the copyright laws which lacks protection for authorless works produced by Artificial Intelligence” Google has … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence (AI) And Copyright

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Relation of IPR and Olympic

Introduction Olympic is the largest sporting event in the world, which features both summer and winter sports. Currently XXIII Olympic Winter Games are going on in the capital of Republic of Korea. Thousands of players and their supporters come from across the globe. South Korea is expected to spend $ 13 billion in organizing the … Continue reading Relation of IPR and Olympic

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Referential Names & Intellectual Property Infringement

With progression of time we are witnessing the rise of Intellectual Property (IP) issues in India across industries. Every new case raises a few new questions and simultaneously rests some old ones. While traditionally IP disputes arose mainly in the pharma  and software industries, recent trends have shown a noticeable surge in other industries including … Continue reading Referential Names & Intellectual Property Infringement

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