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By Anand & Anand
A division bench of the Delhi High Court, comprising of Justice Pradeep Nandrajog and Justice Pratibha Rani, in a recent order held the marks ‘Officer's Special' and ‘Collector's Choice' as likely to be confused...
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Aldous Huxley is known to have famously said "Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored."
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While patent office delays and excessive backlog of pending patent applications at the Indian Patent Office has been an issue of serious concern for a while, it is only recently that the said issue has been seriously dealt with...
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Growth, adoption and market share; these three words form the basis of the business strategies of millions of start-ups around the world including thousands in India.
By Anand & Anand
The recent decision in Shreya Singhal v Union of India by the Indian Supreme Court striking down the much maligned Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act) is undoubtedly a watershed judgment in Indian Constitutional jurisprudence.
By Anand & Anand
E-tailers are more often than not unwilling to maintain resale price according to what the manufacturer expects.
By Binny Kalra, Taapsi Johri
The importance of Licensing as a strategy for business alliance has increased over the years as a consequence of increased industrialization of which the fallout is diminishing real estate resources and increasing infrastructure costs
By Safir Anand
As the world goes through a slowdown emanating from the shake up of the financial sector in the USA and wakes up to the ripple effects of globalization, it is natural to believe that the onslaught of recessionary forces will have their due bearing on Intellectual Properties (“IP”) and the strategies involving their protection, enforcement or commercialization.
By Ankit Prakash
As everyone would be aware, brands are an intrinsic part of a Company’s equity. But not many would be aware that the global concept of modern brand management that revolutionised operational marketing germinated and grew from a 3-page internal Memo written by a Junior Marketing Manager of a Company.
By Swathi Sukumar, Tusha Malhotra
2008 saw several important decisions in the area of patent law, the most hotly-debated branch of intellectual property law in India.
By Ankit Prakash
Perfidious imitation of a brand by traders to sell their own products and services, generally understood as counterfeiting or piracy, can have a detrimental and even serious effect on not only the profitability of a company but also to public health and safety.
By Jaya Bhatnagar, Vidisha Garg
The concept of protecting undisclosed data having high commercial value has gained momentum to be protected as exclusive data or information under the TRIPS agreement in recent times.
By Pravin Anand
The experience of applying Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) to intellectual property matters in India can be examined over three phases
By Pravin Anand
It was in the mid 1980s that the Indian Trademark Law started to undergo significant changes.
By Ankit Prakash
Nineteenth-century economist Alfred Marshall believed that with advancements in technology, commodities alone would no longer be the primary factor in determining the real value of money: “But if inventions have increased man's power over nature very much, then the real value of money is better measured for some purposes in labour than in commodities.”