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By Rahul Sharma
Adjudications by Federal Circuit (United States) last year in respect of software related patents clarifies the test as had propounded in wake of Alice judgement few years ago. The clarification is indeed a breather for an innovator vying for a software related patent.
By Swati Setia
Usually, disputes over the title of a film crimp around the period when the promotion starts till the launch or release date of the entertainment project.
By Abhigyan Ashok
Damages, as the name implies, refers to a form of compensation as a result of breach, loss or injury.
By Aniruddh Singh
Intellectual Property (IP) rights play a significantly important role for startupsin a country to thrive and sustain.
By Aniruddh Singh
Intellectual property can be protected efficiently with the help of law enforcement authorities.
By Pankaj Musyuni
William James once said: "Genius means little more than the faculty of perceiving in an unhabitual way."
By Dheeraj Kapoor
The fair use of brands by third-party manufacturers of genuine parts which are intended to be ancillary or used as an accessory to the core goods of another party is a much-debated topic.
By Gautam Kumar
The Hindi Film Industry has been continuously witnessing, controversies relating to issues of copyright infringement
By Rahul Sharma
Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to the development of computers that are able to do things, which normally requires human intelligence, without any human intervention at all.
By DPS Parmar
The likelihood of a clerical error in patent application follow-up proceedings arising from the applicant or its agent quoting the wrong number when filing a request for examination or in other related...
By Dheeraj Kapoor
Counterfeiting imperils a nation's economic growth and tarnishes its brand image.
By Swati Setia
Comparative advertisement and product disparagement are sensitive subjects to manufacturers of goods.
By Dinesh Kumar Sharma
Ambiguous and inconsistent standards regarding interpretation of Section 3(d) of the Patents Act, 1970, as amended by the Patents (Amendment) Act, 2005, a provision peculiar to Indian law, has remained a key issue in India.
By Aprajita Nigam
Any contemporary colloquy on 'Fashion' is generally founded on a surmise that the discussion conjuncts to modern fashion apparels and products, the designs created by celebrated designers...
By Rahul Sharma
Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to the development of computers that are able to do things, which normally requires human intelligence, without any human intervention at all.
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