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Non patentable inventions are given in Section 3 of the Indian Patent Act
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Design as per the act provides that a design means only the features of shape, configuration, pattern, ornament or composition of lines or colors applied to any article...
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In case of infringement / passing off trademark, a criminal complaint can also be filed.
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India has ratified the TRIPS agreement and to give effect to this agreement, The Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights Act, 2001 (PPV&FRA) was enacted.
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Registration of a trade mark confers the following rights on the registered proprietor:-
By Loveleen Kaur, Garima Sethi
Pursuant to the publication of draft Patent Rules, 2015, notified by the Government of India in Gazette of India on October 26, 2015 and which was circulated to our clients vide our client alert...
By Nidhi Anand
The Patents (Amendments) Rules, 2016 (hereinafter referred to as Rules) that came into force on May 16, 2016 introduced the provision for Expedited Examination under Rule 24C of the Rules.
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District courts and certain High courts in India have the original jurisdiction to try suits pertaining to infringement of Intellectual property rights in India.
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The internet revolution has marked the beginning of new age called the "e-age". With the tremendous growth in digital and internet media, the online presence has taken great importance.
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Geographical Indications identify a good as originating in a place where a given quality, reputation or other characteristic of the good is essentially attributable to its geographical origin.
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Custom's recordal is an effective measure to stop infiltration of illegal and counterfeit products in the territory of India.
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In November 2014, the government set up a think-tank to draft the IPR policy, pursuant to which on May 12, 2016, the government approved the much-awaited National Intellectual Property Rights Policy.
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Over a period of time, several other forms of trade marks have become popular and such marks are referred to as non-conventional or non-traditional marks.
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In 1856, a group of firms jointly acquired a dominant position in sewing machine's patents and formed the first patent pool in the world, which lasted till 1877.
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The Indian Trade Marks Office (TMO), in the new fiscal year announced the abandonment of over 1,60,000 pending trade mark Applications.