Month: November 2020

Regulating Something Which Cannot be Stopped: Taking the Concept of British Gambling Commission Forward in a Gambling-Prone India

Gambling today is not per se legal in India, but the very fact that none of the gambling legislations define the term “gambling”, have made the entire scenario obscure and has called for regulations considering the immense potential of the gambling industry to fetch revenues. Though there have been recommendations from the law commission to … Continue reading Regulating Something Which Cannot be Stopped: Taking the Concept of British Gambling Commission Forward in a Gambling-Prone India

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Delhivery Pvt. Ltd. vs Treasure Vase Ventures Pvt. Ltd.

“The degree of distinctiveness, and, therefore, the possibility of registration as a trade mark, is inversely proportional to the degree of obviousness: the more obvious the word, the less the degree of distinctiveness and the chances of its registration” Justice G.S. Patel In a recent trademark suit filed by Delhivery Pvt. Ltd., the Delhi High … Continue reading Delhivery Pvt. Ltd. vs Treasure Vase Ventures Pvt. Ltd.

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Received Notice From GST Department – Key Points To Consider

Recently the GST Department has started issuing notices based upon the income tax returns filed by businesses and individuals or TDS credits reflecting in their Form 26AS. The move is aimed towards identifying cases where certain income although reflecting in Income Tax returns, has not been declared in the GST returns or no registration has … Continue reading Received Notice From GST Department – Key Points To Consider

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Divisional Applications In India – IPAB Provides Practical Guidelines For Uniformity

The Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB / Board) in a recent order (OA/66/2020/PT/DEL) dated 27 October 2020 allowed the appeal filed by ESCO Corporation (Appellant) challenging the refusal of its patent application 8094/ DELNP/ 2008 by the Controller of Patents & Designs, New Delhi (Respondent). The Respondent had refused the grant of patent solely on … Continue reading Divisional Applications In India – IPAB Provides Practical Guidelines For Uniformity

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