Category: Design

Avoidance Of Certain Restrictive Conditions Under Section 42 Of Design Act, 2000

A plan for organizing elements in the greatest possible way to achieve a specific goal is called Design. In general, a design refers to a product’s visible outer look to the naked eye. It reflects a person’s intelligence and creativity which is then turned into a product. A registered design safeguards a product’s visual appearance … Continue reading Avoidance Of Certain Restrictive Conditions Under Section 42 Of Design Act, 2000

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Getting Your Industrial Design Registered In Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia, the second-largest country in the Arab World and the fifth largest country in Asia is one of the most important countries in the Middle East. Being one of the world’s largest oil producers and largest oil exporters, Saudi Arabia is a key country. The country controls the world’s second-largest oil reserve and the … Continue reading Getting Your Industrial Design Registered In Saudi Arabia

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Getting Your Industrial Design Registered In Bahrain

With the fastest growing economy in the Arab World, Bahrain is making its global presence in the world. It has the freest economy in the Middle East and as per reports in Index of Economic Freedom published by The Wall Street Journal ranked Bahrain as the 12th freest economy in the world. [Picture Credit: istockphoto] … Continue reading Getting Your Industrial Design Registered In Bahrain

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All You Need To Know About The Assignment Of Design Rights

Introduction Industrial design Industrial designs are part of the aesthetic sector, but they’re also meant to be used as a blueprint for the production of industrial or handcrafted goods. The ornamental or aesthetic part of a practical object that must appeal to the sense of sight and may consist of the shape, pattern, and/or colour … Continue reading All You Need To Know About The Assignment Of Design Rights

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Design Protection of Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs)

GUI (Graphical User Interface) often pronounced as “gooey” is the interactive and visual component for computers and electronic devices. A GUI dictates and facilitates the use of icons, windows, menus, screen-layouts, drop-downs, and all sorts of interactive components of an operating system. Over the years, GUIs have driven the software industry with new attractions and … Continue reading Design Protection of Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs)

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Draft Designs(Amendment) 2019

The Designs Act, 2000, is introduced with an object to protect and safeguard the original design of an article with the aim to reward the innovator for research and labour applied by him for the purpose to originate or evolve such a new and original industrial design.These industrial designs of the innovator, subject to the … Continue reading Draft Designs(Amendment) 2019

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Importance of Design as an IPR

An industrial design may constitute the ornamental or aesthetic aspect of an article. It may consist of 3-D features such as the shape of an article, or 2-D features, such as patterns, lines or color.[1] India has seen the evolution of design as an important fragment of the intellectual property family in protecting the aesthetic … Continue reading Importance of Design as an IPR

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Importance Of India As A Target Country For Design Registration

India has witnessed a long journey since 2000, when its GDP at 46,214.68 crores INR started to rise phenomenally to almost five times, to around 2.26 Lakh Crore INR in 2016 [1]. Since contribution towards it can be traced back to three major sectors of economy, mainly, agrarian, manufacturing and service sector, it is reasonable … Continue reading Importance Of India As A Target Country For Design Registration

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Copyright Protection to Architectural Works

Issue of infringement of architectural works requires understanding of protection of works when they are reproduced, distributed, performed, publicly displayed, or made into a derivative work without the permission of the copyright owner. For example: if an architect uses a part of the architectural design of another architect in order to build his own building, … Continue reading Copyright Protection to Architectural Works

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Intellectual Property, Singapore: Registered Designs legislative amendments enters into force

Intellectual Property of Singapore (IPOS) in its constant endeavor to grow the IP regime and provide an effective legal framework to the local design industries of Singapore has taken a significant step forward as the Registered Designs (Amendment) Act 2017 (“Act”) and its corresponding subsidiary legislation amendments comes into force from October 30, 2017 [1] … Continue reading Intellectual Property, Singapore: Registered Designs legislative amendments enters into force

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