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Month: December 2023

AI Unleashed: Navigating Legal Frontiers in Inventorship, Personhood, and Data Dynamics

Introduction The growth of technology in today’s era has led to the immense development of Artificial Intelligence (AI), leading to tremendous innovations. AI has become a global phenomenon in terms of its use and is experiencing exponential growth. The shift in the focus has been towards making these machines capable of emulating the thoughts and … Continue reading AI Unleashed: Navigating Legal Frontiers in Inventorship, Personhood, and Data Dynamics

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Cogent Reasons– Controller of Patents to Provide reasoned Orders Of Refusal

Quasi-judicial bodies as part of their adjudicatory functions are burdened to provide a reasoned decision in the lights of the facts presented to them. The Madras High Court, in its judgment dated 11th December 2023 reiterated this principle of natural justice in a matter of appeal to an order of patent refusal. The Appellant made … Continue reading Cogent Reasons– Controller of Patents to Provide reasoned Orders Of Refusal

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Uniform Civil Code And Natural Laws


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INTRODUCTION Uniform Civil Code again came into light on 27 th June , 2023 , when PM Narendra Modi during speech in Madhya Pradesh discuss about the UCC, and soon after this debates started in our nation. It is also in the manifesto of BJP to implement UCC and to abolished the personal laws. The … Continue reading Uniform Civil Code And Natural Laws

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You’re Never Too Young To Invent!

Presenting to you the story of Olive and Olina, aged 7 years, two bright young minds whose perseverance and curiosity allowed them to become patent owners. Their invention, A DEVICE AND SYSTEM FOR MONITORING CHEWING HABIT AND A METHOD THEREOF, having patent number 484943 was granted in Dec 2023 and filed in November 2022, is not … Continue reading You’re Never Too Young To Invent!

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Copyright Law’s Worst Nightmare : Pervasive File Sharing Frenzy By Instant Messaging Services Like Telegram

Introduction Piracy refers to the unlicensed duplication, distribution, and sale of copyrighted works.[i] A rise in online video piracy can be attributed to fans’ insatiable need to illegally obtain whole episodes of popular web series and movies. As a result of the massive interest in this type of free content, many different methods have emerged … Continue reading Copyright Law’s Worst Nightmare : Pervasive File Sharing Frenzy By Instant Messaging Services Like Telegram

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Children And Consent Under The Data Protection Act: A Study In Evolution

After gaining presidential approval, the Digital Personal Data Protection Act, 2023 (the “Act”) was finally passed by both chambers of Parliament and published in the official gazette. The Puttaswamy Judgements and subsequent rulings by other constitutional courts by the Supreme Court of India, which delineated the boundaries of the right to privacy, are to be … Continue reading Children And Consent Under The Data Protection Act: A Study In Evolution

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From Novel to Screen: Navigating Legal Complexities, Derivative Rights, and Copyright Challenges in Cinematic Adaptations

Introduction The aim of adapting novels into films is to infuse visual allure and vitality into the otherwise monochromatic realm of written text. The practice of adapting literary works for the cinema has a historical foundation, originating in an era with limited recreational options. Throughout history, novels have frequently been translated into cinematic experiences, and … Continue reading From Novel to Screen: Navigating Legal Complexities, Derivative Rights, and Copyright Challenges in Cinematic Adaptations

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Determining Similarity Between Rival Marks Part 2

The first part of this article exclusively dealt with the Anti-Dissection rule and the second part of this article shall pertain to the rule of dominant feature. Introduction It is the settled position of law that two conflicting marks have to be compared as a whole and parts of the marks cannot be dissected for … Continue reading Determining Similarity Between Rival Marks Part 2

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Determining Similarity Between Rival Marks Part 1

Introduction Section 15 and Section 17 of the Trade Marks Act, 1999 deal with the registration of parts of trademarks and the effect of registration of parts of a mark respectively. A bare perusal makes it clear that the intention behind these two provisions is that when a trademark consists of several matters, the proprietor … Continue reading Determining Similarity Between Rival Marks Part 1

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Constitutional Morality- An Important Concept or Just a New Buzzword?

“A dive into the term “Constitutional Morality.” “A paramount reverence for the forms of the constitution, enforcing obedience to authority and acting under and within these forms, yet combined with the habit of open speech, of action subject only to definite legal control, and unrestrained censure of those very authorities as to all their public … Continue reading Constitutional Morality- An Important Concept or Just a New Buzzword?

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