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Suggestion For Amendments In Trademarks Law

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It has been said the we are having ancient law with medieval law enforcement agencies to tackle modern offences. Can we succeed in handling the modern cyber crimes, that is the question? This o...

Anti-Anti-Suit Injunction: The Nascent Nomenclature Laid Down By The Delhi Hi...

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The Delhi High Court in Interdigital Technology Corporation v. Xiaomi Corporation & Ors has propounded a novel legal nomenclature namely Anti-Anti-Suit Injunction (hereinafter referred to a...

Protection Of Well-Known Trademark And Safeguard Against Registrability Of Id...

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The Indian Trademark laws provides for extensive and extraordinary protection to the trademarks that are well- known and protects and safeguards them from the vices of infringement under section ...

Protection Of Well-Known Trademark And Safeguard Against Registrability Of Id...

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The Indian Trademark laws provides for extensive and extraordinary protection to the trademarks that are well- known and protects and safeguards them from the vices of infringement under sectio...

Registration of Trade Mark in India

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This seminar paper discuss in general about what is Trade mark how it is registered in India, what are its types, what are the rights of the owner of Trade Mark.This seminar paper will also dis...

Unfair Competition: A Wave Of Threat

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With the growing digitization process, the infringements of the intellectual property is become a common phenomenon in this modern era. And among them the concept of Unfair Competition is one o...

Compulsory Licensing in Copyright

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A license is the transfer of an interest in a copyright. In a license, the rights granted are limited. A grant of a license to a person authorizes the licensee to use the copyrighted work witho...

Defences against infringement of Intellectual Property Law

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Intellectual property (IP) is a kind of property that includes hypothetical and intangible creations of a human intellect. There are many types of intellectual property laws and some of the man...

Copyright In E-Publishing And The Development In Indian Copyright Law

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From drawings on cave walls, to pages and scrolls, to palm leaves, to the first book being written on paper in China, to Johannes Gutenburg's invention of the Printing Press, to the current wor...

Requirement Of Medicines For A National Medical Emergency Is Not A Defence To...

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In the matter of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. v. Cipla Limited [O.A.Nos.281, 282 and 283 of 2021], a single judge (C. Saravanan, J.) of the High Court of Judicature at Madras vide an orde...