Tag: Intellectual Property Rights

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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Trademark Infringement by the Registered Proprietor of an Identical or Similar Mark

The right to sue for infringement of his mark is the most significant right conferred upon a registered proprietor by the Trade Marks Act, 1999 (Hereinafter, “TM Act”). However, can one registered proprietor claim the exclusive right to use a trademark against another proprietor who has obtained a registration for an identical or very similar … Continue reading Trademark Infringement by the Registered Proprietor of an Identical or Similar Mark

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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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Conceptualization And Expansion In The Jurisprudence Of Bad Faith In Trademark Law

The concept of Bad Faith involves the disputed party intentionally refusing to fulfil any legal or contractual obligation, or entering into a contract without intending or having the means to complete it. With regard to trademarks, registration of identical or deceptively similar marks can become problematic for the registered and prior users of the mark. … Continue reading Conceptualization And Expansion In The Jurisprudence Of Bad Faith In Trademark Law

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Olfactory mark is one such non-conventional trademark In India : A Legal Enigma

INTRODUCTION An olfactory mark is one such non-conventional trademark. The field of Intellectual Property has grown significantly over time, particularly in the field of trademarks, as it has recently undergone a lot of development. However, as technology and commodities evolve, certain kinds of non-conventional trademarks emerge in the market that are left outside the scope … Continue reading Olfactory mark is one such non-conventional trademark In India : A Legal Enigma

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Is A Make-Up Look Copyrightable?

A piece of art has worth, a lot of time, effort, and energy go into the creation of any form of art, whether it’s an original painting by Ravi Verma, cartoon characters such as Tom and Jerry, a hand-embroidered saree, a piece of music by Ravi Shankar, a Ram Leela play staged at an auditorium … Continue reading Is A Make-Up Look Copyrightable?

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The Role of Intellectual Property Rights in Economic Development

Introduction Intellectual Property is that property that is developed by the human mind and by human intellect. Now intellectual property and rights attached to intellectual property are becoming very precious and valuable. In India, there are well-established administrative, statutory, and Judicial frameworks for protecting IPR. India has to comply with the Agreement on Trade-Related Intellectual … Continue reading The Role of Intellectual Property Rights in Economic Development

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