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Awards
By Pratistha Sinha, Rishabh Nigam
Universities and Institutes are considered to be the most important foundation for growth of any country. It is the place where most of the basic research is carried out, giving way to inventions.
By Ankita Aseri
This case is a result of copyright infringement of a musical based on the story of Zorro.The character of Zorro originally was developed by Johnst McCulley which was further adapted in stories.
By Aishwarya Pande
It is a general rule that once pronounced by a Court a judgment becomes functus officio and it cannot be altered or changed.
By Aishwarya Pande
There have been plethora of cases in India and abroad that discuss the menace caused due to monopolization of general English terms in course of business.
By Anmol Pareek
So it is exceedingly important for the trademark owner to file the trademark application properly.
By Aparajita Kaul
If the research shows certain desired features lacking, you get an opportunity to enhance your invention and increase chances of commercial success.
By Aparajita Kaul
The Indian government has tried to strengthen the patent regime in India over the last few years.
By Aparajita Kaul
Intellectual Property ("IP") is a valuable asset for a company to advance its commercial success and gain investor goodwill.
By Shrivalli Kajaria
The latest Bill is all set to bring about major changes in practice and filing of patent applications.
By Anmol Pareek
Patent application is an official request filed by the applicant for the grant of a patent or invention done by him, and to obtain the permission the applicant must file an application at a patent office.
By Aparajita Kaul
The fast pace at which technology is developing in the world is reflected in the creative inventions that are coming up every day.
By Anirudha Bhatnagar
Smart Contracts, a concept that was proposed in 1994, with the intention to execute contractual obligations using computer codes has sprung into life after the introduction of blockchain technology in 2008.
By Yashvi Padhya
The cause of action for this case arose in 2003 on the assignment of the trademark 'EENADU" by the defendant, NG Subbaraya Setty, in favor of the Petitioners, Canara Bank. The cause of action for this case arose in 2003 on the assignment of the trademark ‘EENADU" by the defendant, NG Subbaraya Setty, in favor of the Petitioners, Canara Bank.
By Yashvi Padhya
Shadow Counsels (SC) are not a concept popularly exploited in India. However, their potential is yet to be discovered and realized in order for it to be part of our customary practice.
By Anirudha Bhatnagar
And smart contracts are garnering as much attention as they are owing to the benefits they bring in.