Month: July 2022

EVFTA Agreement

The EU is currently one of Vietnam’s leading partners in trade with two-way turnover in 2019 reaching 56.45 billion USD, of which the exports reached nearly 41.5 billion USD and imports from the EU have reached nearly 14.9 billion USD. The commitments on intellectual property between the 2 sides have met the needs and expectations … Continue reading EVFTA Agreement

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Copyright Protection in Myanmar

Intellectual Property Rights play a crucial role in any country’s economic or commercial arena. The owners or creators are entitled to the exclusive monopoly rights on their brand identity as well as the creations. The business owners and the artists tend not to carry on their functions and innovations in the countries that do not … Continue reading Copyright Protection in Myanmar

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Electronic Trademark Registration in Myanmar

The Ministry of Commerce (MoC), on 28th August 2020, announced that the “soft opening period” shall begin from 1st October 2020, to refile trademarks under the new Trademarks Act. The period shall be available to the trademark owners who are registered under the old trademarks law of the country and the one who intend to … Continue reading Electronic Trademark Registration in Myanmar

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Google vs Oracle: The way forward

In the court’s definition, an API includes both “declaring code” and “implementing code”—terms adopted by the court, although they are not used by developers in Java or other programming languages. The declaring code (what Java developers call the method declaration) declares the name of the method and its inputs and outputs. Implementing code (what Java … Continue reading Google vs Oracle: The way forward

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All About Score and Its Relevance in Financial Institution

The CIBIL Score is a three-digit number. A lander must know the financial status of the borrower while giving the money. A person having a good CIBIL Score signifies that the person has high credit worthiness. There are various other factors as well which help the organization for credit approval but CIBIL Score is the … Continue reading All About Score and Its Relevance in Financial Institution

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Havells v Panasonic: Delhi High Court on Composite Suits for Passing off and Design Infringement

Although both registered designs and trade dresses protect aesthetic features, they differ in their scope. While design protection is restricted to those visual elements that are explicitly included in the registration, the trade dress of a product refers to its overall look and feel, and the visual impact it has on consumers. Therefore, the trade … Continue reading Havells v Panasonic: Delhi High Court on Composite Suits for Passing off and Design Infringement

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The Internal Complaints Committee Under Sexual Harassment At Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal) Act, 2013

WHAT IS INTERNAL COMPLAINTS COMMITTEE? An employer is legally compelled to adhere to specific legislative obligations under the POSH Act. One of these is the creation of an Internal Complaints Committee (“ICC”), which is tasked with receiving complaints of sexual harassment at work from aggrieved women, as well as conducting an investigation and making reasonable … Continue reading The Internal Complaints Committee Under Sexual Harassment At Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal) Act, 2013

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Medical Device Registration Process In India: A Primer

In the preceding five years, the medical device industry in India has undergone significant changes, particularly on the regulatory front. Still at a transitory phase, the medical device industry To begin with, the Medical Devices Rules, 2017 (“MDR”), were enacted to regulate and standardise medical devices in India, among other things. The rules came into … Continue reading Medical Device Registration Process In India: A Primer

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New Labour Codes For New India: Analysing The Reforms Apropos Foreign Direct Investments In India

The Indian economy in the recent years has attempted to leapfrog towards a five trillion-dollar economy by 2024-25, simplifying the environment around and maintaining business-friendly compliance and regulatory processes for augmentation of Ease of Doing Business, thereby promoting entrepreneurship, innovation and wealth creation in India, which facilitates investments by domestic as well as foreign producers. … Continue reading New Labour Codes For New India: Analysing The Reforms Apropos Foreign Direct Investments In India

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LABOUR LAW REFORMS : A Departure From Archaic Rigidity

The New Labour Codes shall subsume 29 labour legislation into 4 major laws,  which have been codified as: (i) The Code on Wages, 2019; (ii) The Industrial Relations Code, 2020; (iii) The Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code, 2020; and (iv)The Code on Social Security, 2020. While the Code on Wages, 2019 was passed … Continue reading LABOUR LAW REFORMS : A Departure From Archaic Rigidity

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