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By Shilpi Saxena
Much awaited fourth amendment to the IP laws of Vietnam finally comes into force today i.e. on January 15, 2018. Circular No. 16/2016/TT-BKHCN (also called Circular No. 16), which was issued on June 30, 2016 ...
By Swatilekha Chakraborty
With the rise in number of businesses using the global internet portal for running their businesses and with the increase in the number of start-ups in the current economic scenario, ...
By Noyonika Mukherjee
The petition was filed by M/s Sunwhite Infrastructure Pvt Ltd against Kindle Developers Pvt Ltd Sec 241 and Sec 242 of the Companies Act, 2013 alleging acts of mismanagement and oppression...
By Pratyush Rao
The Corporate Debtor/Respondent (Uttam Galva Metallics) defaulted in the payment to the Operational Creditor/Appellant (Macquarie Bank) amounting to USD 6,321,337 equivalent to Rs. 43,11,15,190.
By Khurana And Khurana
The Delhi high court on 3rd January, 2018 in Impresario Entertainment & Hospitality Pvt. Ltd. vs S&D Hospitality, took a different view with respect to the Internet jurisdiction.
By Khurana And Khurana
Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has amended Patent Rules 2003 with effect from 1st December 2017 called as the Patent (Amendment) Rules, 2017.
By Pratistha Sinha
Here's one case that involves an online retailing businesses that is having a link with Trade mark Law – Jadebay Ltd and others v Clarke-Coles Ltd (t/a Feel Good UK) [2017] EWHC 1400 (IPEC).
By Tarun Gaur
The much debated question with respect to the interpretation of what amounts to "existence of a dispute" has been finally answered by the Supreme Court in the (Mobilox vs. Kirusa) judgment.
By Pratistha Sinha
IPAB is one of the most important IP tribunals in the country and was established by the Central Government by notifying in the Official Gazette on 15.07.2003.
By Gaurav Giri
The renowned reputation of the ‘RED SOLE' trademark has not been hidden from anyone and is spilled over into India from various countries around the world and consumers are well aware of this goodwill and reputation.
By Shilpi Saxena
The process of applying for patents in Singapore will become much easier and more efficient after Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) ...
By Pratistha Sinha
Courts are gradually shifting their focus to territorial nature of Trade Marks. The same was also quite evident in the Exide case, that has been discussed in the previous blog (here).
By Pratistha Sinha
The case Exide India v Exide US brings into effect the perplexing issue of Trade Mark law. The dispute dates back to 1997 ...
By Aditya Vardhan
Comic book characters like Superman, Batman, Spiderman, Iron Man, Harry Potter etc. have become part of our daily lives ever since they were created via comic books ...
By Pratistha Sinha
Myanmar, also known as Burma, a least developed country in mainland South-East Asia, is still in its embryonic phase of Intellectual Property Laws.