Tag: IPR

Anti-Counterfeiting Measures In UAE

The United Arab Emirates is made up of seven emirates: Abu Dhabi (the capital), Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm Al Quwain. The UAE has an open economy with a high per capita income and a large yearly trade surplus thanks to its naval history and unusually enterprising culture. The country’s free … Continue reading Anti-Counterfeiting Measures In UAE

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IPR in the Era of Conflicts by

Patents, trademarks, copyrights, etc. are intangible assets majorly contributing to the growth of a nation, especially in terms of science and technology. The article discusses the implications of such conflict on its Intellectual Property rights. Patents, trademarks, copyrights, and designs form the umbrella of legally obtained Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). These are intangible assets provided … Continue reading IPR in the Era of Conflicts by

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Cybersquatting & Regulatory Mechanisms

Cyber Squatting is a word that has come to be linked with the registration of domain names without the objective of using them, in the names of popular brands or personalities exclusively for the purpose of making money. The crux is that “name” belongs more appropriately to another entity. Secondly, the registrant is targeting to … Continue reading Cybersquatting & Regulatory Mechanisms

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Sports Law under the Ambit of IPR in India

India is well-known for its numerous games. Sports have a long history in India, dating back to the Vedic era. Some games are thought to have originated in India, including chess, wrestling, polo, archery, and hockey. The laws have been used in cases concerning public order, narcotics, safety, disciplinary actions, behavior, and broader problems such … Continue reading Sports Law under the Ambit of IPR in India

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Space Law Protection the New Focus of IPR

Intellectual property is the creation of humankind and intellectual. It is intangible and it derives its values rather than from the idea and concept of the creator itself. In this paper we shall be looking into the principles of space law and how does Intellectual Property Rights provide appropriate protection in the outer world i.e. … Continue reading Space Law Protection the New Focus of IPR

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NFT and Its Relationship with IPR

Introduction The non-fungible tokens [hereinafter referred to as “NFTs” have been the talk of the town for a decade now. They can have multiple use cases, given the ability to foster innovation and produce revenue for both creators and purchasers. Nevertheless, as the creative work enters the NFT market, the deal comes with the issue … Continue reading NFT and Its Relationship with IPR

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Can Fonts and Typefaces be Protected under Copyright Law?

The terms ‘font’ and ‘typeface’ essentially refer to two similar concepts in the sense that a typeface is the specific presentation or design of letters and numbers, and a font refers to the various factors such as size, color, and style that are variable to the typeface. The difference between the two are therefore technical … Continue reading Can Fonts and Typefaces be Protected under Copyright Law?

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Online Piracy of Live Sport Events: EU parliament’s New Regime

Recently, in May 2021, the European Parliament adopted a new regime to combat online piracy of sports-related events. The increased online piracy was due to the development in digital technology as well as the rapid increase of digital content to sports fans across the world. The report by the Synamedia and Ampere Analysis found that … Continue reading Online Piracy of Live Sport Events: EU parliament’s New Regime

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Delhi High Court comes up with the Intellectual Property Division (IPD) for handling IP matters

With the abolishment of various Boards and Appellate Tribunals by Tribunals Reforms (Rationalization and Conditions of Service) Ordinance, 2021, which was promulgated by the President of India and was notified on 4th April 2021, The Delhi High Court (DHC) has now established an Intellectual Property Division (IPD) to deal with matters related to Intellectual Property … Continue reading Delhi High Court comes up with the Intellectual Property Division (IPD) for handling IP matters

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Delhi High Court: Dabur “Sanitize” Soap Can’t be confused with Dettol

The COVID-19 situation has changed the buying behaviour of consumers and in a way changed the way products are being produced to meet the needs of consumers. It has created variations of products in both the hygiene and immunity areas – and most products have found room for themselves in one of these two buckets … Continue reading Delhi High Court: Dabur “Sanitize” Soap Can’t be confused with Dettol

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