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EVFTA Agreement

The EU is currently one of Vietnam’s leading partners in trade with two-way turnover in 2019 reaching 56.45 billion USD, of which the exports reached nearly 41.5 billion USD and imports from the EU have reached nearly 14.9 billion USD. The commitments on intellectual property between the 2 sides have met the needs and expectations … Continue reading EVFTA Agreement

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Harpic vs. Domex: Who’s better

Advertisements form an important factor of the marketing strategy of an organization. It is common that there is competition in the market and hence, certain firms tend to disparage the goodwill of another company. In common parlance, comparative advertisement means advertisement of a particular product by comparing with the competitor’s product for showing why it … Continue reading Harpic vs. Domex: Who’s better

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Trademarking Sportsperson Celebration Moves

Sports have always been a component of human culture. Modern sports have been recorded as long back as 2000 BCE. The inaugural Olympic Games in Greece in 776 BCE aided the global development of competitive sports. Sports have grown in prominence throughout time. For example, when the Persians invaded Greece, Athens had problems assembling its … Continue reading Trademarking Sportsperson Celebration Moves

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Extent of Pro Bono Activities in Indian Law Firms: A Profound Study

Even though the impact of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG) – 1991, particularly globalization in the backdrop of the specific regulatory, historical, economic, and socio cultural milieu, India had “dialectical complexity” of the interaction between global and local forces resulting in distinctively Indian vision of pro bono law firms. Beliefs such as “giving back” and … Continue reading Extent of Pro Bono Activities in Indian Law Firms: A Profound Study

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Change Everything vs. Sport Changes Everything: Dispute Over The Change!

A major running and fitness merchandise company, Fleet Feet Inc, which sells their product through franchises, company-owned retail stores, and online stores, and has 182 stores, including franchises, nationwide in the US. They owned the mark “Change Everything” and “Running Changes Everything” used widely for its sports and apparel related goods and services. Nike, Inc., … Continue reading Change Everything vs. Sport Changes Everything: Dispute Over The Change!

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The Issue Of Transborder Reputation Of Trademarks

With the rapid growth of technology, it is possible to be aware of the most significant and insignificant events in the world, be it political awareness, social awareness, entertainment as well as the reputation of a brand. The trans-Border reputation of brands in general means when a brand is gaining popularity not only in its … Continue reading The Issue Of Transborder Reputation Of Trademarks

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Phonetic Identity In Pharmaceutical Industry: The Health Interlink

An application for registration could be objected by the Trade Marks Registry for number of reasons under Section 9 and 11 of the Trade Marks Act, 1999. Naturally, if one’s proposed trademark is similar to an already registered trademark, it is bound to be objected. The aforesaid similarity between two trademarks could be visual, structural, … Continue reading Phonetic Identity In Pharmaceutical Industry: The Health Interlink

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Caution! Colours Can Be The Functional Part Of A Product

Moldex has been producing foam ear plugs with a specific bright green color. Since the beginning of its business in 1982 it has sold over 1.6 billion pairs of them. It does not have a federal registration of its green color but it initiated a law suit against the defendant, McKeon in the present case after … Continue reading Caution! Colours Can Be The Functional Part Of A Product

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The European Union Has Stripped McDonald’s Of Its Trademark On Big Mac burgers

The landmark decision by the bloc’s trademark regulator, which has immediate effect, is just the latest episode in a long-running legal dispute between the US food giant and family-owned chain Supermac’s.  In one of such recent decision, EUIPO gave its ruling in favor of Irish fast food, thereby stripping McDonald of its exclusive use of … Continue reading The European Union Has Stripped McDonald’s Of Its Trademark On Big Mac burgers

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India’s Stand On Counterfeit Goods

Counterfeiting is a practice prevailing since time immemorial. The act of finding cheaper alternatives/dupes to luxury goods has increased in demand, especially in a country like India where most of the general public fall in the middle-class sector with a high consumption for brand and brand value. The word “Counterfeit” is derived from the French … Continue reading India’s Stand On Counterfeit Goods

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