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By Anil Kumar
Ai Wewei is a Berlin-based Chinese artist.
By Nisha Sharma
This Judgment triggered for the amendments in the code by the central Government.
By LexOrbis  
A divisional application can be filed either voluntarily or in response to an objection by the Indian Patent Office (IPO). Indian courts have held that the presence of multiple inventions
By Rebecca Mathai
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has over the years come up with initiatives to protect the interests of both the patented and generic drug manufacturers.
By DPS Parmar
The Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) has made many attempts to examine facts in individual cases.
By LexOrbis  
The revamping of the IP administration in the country, which was set in motion with the advent of the National IPR policy in 2016
By Harshada Wadkar, Akanksha Badika
Moral rights have been associated with jurisprudential theory of property wherein one's property is viewed to be nothing but an extension of his personality.
By Nisha Sharma
The Trade Marks Act, 1999 palpably holds under Section 34 the first user rule. Section provides that a proprietor of a trade mark
By DPS Parmar
When Hitachi design a nose cone for the Japanese bullet train using AI which improved aerodynamic performance and reduced cabin noise levels
By Mini Raman
This article seeks to understand the various amendments to the PIT Regulations introduced by the SEBI.
By LexOrbis  
An innovation business is a strange business model where confidentiality is supreme at every stage right from conception of an idea to the actual invention development.
By Manish Aryan, Varun Sharma
The role of experts and their testimony in highly technical matters is indispensable.
By Pankaj Musyuni, Swati Gupta
A specific formulation or dosage form of an active/functional element either alone or with the essential compatible components and carriers for the intended use is usually defined in terms...
By Abhai Pandey, Mahima Madan
The IPAB was formed in 2003 under the provisions of the Trademarks Act, 1999 to expedite the disposal of trademark appeals and rectification/cancellation cases by an expert tribunal.
By LexOrbis  
Judgement: The Delhi High court granted a permanent injunction in favour of the plaintiff, Hennes & Mauritz, thus securing the rights of a foreign company in their trade mark against the rights
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