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A Critical Study of Disclaimer under Patents Act, 1970 in light of Judicial Pronouncements

INTRODUCTION Section 59 is a gateway to determine the scope of possible amendments. Therefore, it follows that the real leeway provided to applicants and patentees attempting to alter claims would rely heavily on the interpretive leeway allowed to the constraints established by Section 59. The Supreme Court of India has ruled repeatedly that if a … Continue reading A Critical Study of Disclaimer under Patents Act, 1970 in light of Judicial Pronouncements

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Delhi High Court awards eBAY Rs 2 lakh in a Trademark Infringement Case

The Delhi High Court, in case of trademark infringement, awarded relief to eBAY after concluding that the use of the claimed trademark “SHOPIBAY,” which is similar to the mark of the other party mark “eBay/EBAY” was likely to mislead unwary consumers about the affiliation of these organisations. The present suit was decided in the plaintiff’s … Continue reading Delhi High Court awards eBAY Rs 2 lakh in a Trademark Infringement Case

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Development Of The Right To Be Forgotten Under GDPR

Introduction The origin of Right to be forgotten occurred in May 2009 from the European Commission’s meeting. A session on the “Is there a “fundamental right to forget? ” Was conducted. The Right to be forgotten is likewise called the right ‘to erasure.’ This right enables a person to demand the removal of his own … Continue reading Development Of The Right To Be Forgotten Under GDPR

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Deadwood Trademark

Introduction The purpose of a trademark is to identify a manufacturer or trader’s goods as their own so that he or she may later profit from the reputation for those items that may have been established by superior skill, diligence, and entrepreneurship. An authentic trademark assures the buyer of the origin and calibre of the … Continue reading Deadwood Trademark

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Myanmar’s Foreign Currency Restrictions

Introduction Government-imposed restrictions on the purchase and/or sale of currencies are known as exchange controls. By limiting currency inflows and outflows, which can lead to exchange rate volatility, these regulations help governments better stabilize their economies. The 14th article of the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund states that only nations with ‘transitional … Continue reading Myanmar’s Foreign Currency Restrictions

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Role of Press in a Democracy

Introduction The fourth pillar of democracy is the media. It is essential that the media play a part in developing a democratic culture that transcends the political system and gradually permeates the collective consciousness. Over time, there has been a significant improvement in the media’s interaction with the general population. The media, whether it be … Continue reading Role of Press in a Democracy

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Protection of Small and Medium Enterprises in UK

Introduction The UK government defines SMEs as companies with fewer than 250 employees and an annual turnover of less than €50 million. Microbusinesses are those with fewer than 10 employees and an annual turnover of less than €2 million. Small businesses have fewer than 50 employees and an annual turnover of less than €10 million. … Continue reading Protection of Small and Medium Enterprises in UK

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RBI’s stance on Digital lending : A New Prospect for Borrowings in India?

Introduction For day to day financial operations, digital banking has recently evolved into a new market in India. The process is simpler in terms of formalities and procedures which have to be completed in order to obtain a loan from a base branch of Bank. With this novel method of developing and offering credit to borrowers, some challenges have emerged … Continue reading RBI’s stance on Digital lending : A New Prospect for Borrowings in India?

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Protection of Small and Medium Enterprises in Indonesia

Introduction Indonesia’s licencing system splits licences into MSE and Non MSE categories. Larger than MSEs are Non-Micro and Small Enterprises (Non MSEs). MSEs are companies owned by Indonesian nationals, including both people and corporate entities, with a maximum capitalization of Rp 5 billion, excluding land and structures for use as business premises. [Image Source: Freepic] … Continue reading Protection of Small and Medium Enterprises in Indonesia

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Protection of Small and Medium Enterprises in the USA

Introduction Large enterprises can prosper when given the right conditions and access to free markets, but SMEs have a wide range of unmet demands. Many SMEs struggle to obtain the skills and resources that would increase their productivity because of their small size, including brilliant personnel with the most recent understanding of technology, finance, and … Continue reading Protection of Small and Medium Enterprises in the USA

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