Tag: Intellectual Property Rights

The Use Of Deep Fake

“The police are prosecuting on the effect of the deep fake and not because it is a deep fake itself” According to policy researchers at Digital Futures Lab in Goa, Indian regulations do not currently provide a precise definition of “deepfakes” The Information Technology Act and laws prohibiting defamation, fake news and invasions of privacy … Continue reading The Use Of Deep Fake

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Non-Disclosure Agreement: A Comprehensive Checklist Of Important Clauses And Their Purpose

INTRODUCTION There are numerous instances where parties find themselves in situations where disclosing confidential information becomes necessary, whether it is for the purpose of invention, business, partnerships, etc. In such situations, the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) becomes an indispensable tool for safeguarding one’s intellectual property. This article provides a comprehensive checklist of the most important clauses … Continue reading Non-Disclosure Agreement: A Comprehensive Checklist Of Important Clauses And Their Purpose

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Jones Investment Company Inc vs Vishnupriya Hosiery Mills

Introduction Trademark bullying, as defined under Section 142 of the Trademarks Act, 1999, is making groundless threats of legal proceedings. Such threat could be in the form of anything, a circular, an advertisement, a notice, or even an oral threat made to scare the small businesses from continuing to pursue their trademark. This bullying is … Continue reading Jones Investment Company Inc vs Vishnupriya Hosiery Mills

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Image Rights In Sports Law?

INTRODUCTION The commercialization of sports has included a number of legal concerns. Currently, there are several sponsors for a single sporting event, players are contractually required to support a certain company, and broadcasting organisations have exclusive rights over what content is shown to viewers. Therefore, it is almost hard to imagine sports in the modern … Continue reading Image Rights In Sports Law?

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Protection of Trademarks in China

Introduction Foreign companies entering the Chinese market need to familiarize themselves with its complex trademark regime, which both facilitates protections while also imposing certain unique limitations that brands must work around. China’s trademark regime follows a first-to-file system and so does not recognize international trademarks if they are not registered in the mainland. While China … Continue reading Protection of Trademarks in China

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Understanding Arbitrability Of Trademarks

INTRODUCTION In its judgement in M/S. Golden Tobie Private Limited v. M/S. Golden Tobacco  Limited[1][2021], the Delhi High Court recently delved into the interpretation of Section 8 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, in regard to trademark disputes. Before delving into the topic of trademark-related arbitrability, it is important to evaluate the existing state … Continue reading Understanding Arbitrability Of Trademarks

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Resolution Mechanism Under Copyright Act 1957

Copyright is a type of licensed innovation security conceded under Indian law to the makers of unique works of creation, for example, scholarly works (counting PC projects, tables and assemblages including PC information bases which might be communicated in words, codes, plans or in some other structure, including a machine decipherable medium), emotional, melodic and … Continue reading Resolution Mechanism Under Copyright Act 1957

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Golden Tobie Ltd. V. Golden Tobacco Ltd

In its judgement in M/S. Golden Tobie Private Limited v. M/S. Golden Tobacco Limited [2021], the Delhi High Court recently delved into the interpretation of Section 8 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, in regard to trademark disputes. Before delving into the topic of trademark-related arbitrability, it is important to evaluate the existing state … Continue reading Golden Tobie Ltd. V. Golden Tobacco Ltd

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IPR Rules in Imports-Exports in Bangladesh

Intellectual Property Rights play a crucial role in a country’s economy and ensure constant development in trade and commerce. Every enterprise entering international market has a strong intellectual property position and thus, shall be reluctant to export to countries that do not respect Intellectual Property. Moreover, the consumers shall also but from the companies that … Continue reading IPR Rules in Imports-Exports in Bangladesh

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Applicability of Intellectual Property Rights on Nanotechnology & Its Relevance in the Indian Context

The evolution of technology has occurred over many years and will continue in the future. The world’s dynamic has shifted away from computers the size of a large room and toward nanoscale technology. This is known as nanotechnology, and it involves the study and manipulation of matter with dimensions of 100 m or less. Nanotechnology … Continue reading Applicability of Intellectual Property Rights on Nanotechnology & Its Relevance in the Indian Context

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