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Capitalising Music In India: Performers' Royalty Rights (Video)
Inclusion of Section 38A in the Copyrights Act brought with it the Right of performers to receive royalty for the commercial use of their musical work (R3).
India
2 Aug 2018
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Addressing Confusion Amongst Pharmaceutical Trademarks
A trademark is not simply a mark or a visual symbol that denotes the proprietor or the quality of a product, but goes far as crystallizing customer loyalty even after the expiration of a patent term for a medicament.
India
27 Jul 2018
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IP Audit: Forging Productivity In IP Portfolios
The transfer of rights in the Mobility technology by Motorola to Google brought fortunes to the former worth $12.5 billion.
India
17 Jul 2018
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Divisional Patent Applications In India: Delineating Frivolous Filings
The provision endeavors to protect multiple inventive concepts separately.
India
12 Jul 2018
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The Siren's Guide To Global Coffee Domination: Business, Technology And Intellectual Property
Starbucks' Siren Trademark is amongst the most recognizable in the world, with the logo being automatically associated with its characteristic reliable service, premium pricing, wide range of products, inclusion of consumer desires, strong intellectual property regime and, lastly, homely coffee and its variations.
India
11 Jul 2018
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Dilution Of "Bad Faith" Pleadings In India: Tracing The Paradigm Shift
A recent Supreme Court judgment pronounced over the issue of "bad faith filings" has baffled the business world as well as legal experts.
India
10 Jul 2018
8
Intellectual Property Rights Over Emojis: Transforming Expressions Into Assets
Emojis' purpose is not only to present the speaker's emotion but to help smooth out interpersonal relationships and to convey features such as irony.
India
4 Jul 2018
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Selective Distribution System And Trademark Exhaustion
A "Selective Distribution System" functions through a trademark holder-authorized channel for sale of its products.
India
29 Jun 2018
10
What Amendments To Patent Specifications Are Permissible By Law?
Patents specifications are almost always amended before it is eventually granted. These amendments are usually made to clarify and distinguish the invention from the prior art.
India
22 Jun 2018
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The ‘Collaborative Search And Examination' Enterprising Or Overrated?
Traditionally, when an International Patent Application is made through PCT, international searches and examinations are carried out by ISA or IPEA.
India
13 Jun 2018
12
Highlights Of Patent Annual Report & Trends
2016-17 saw the coming of force of the Patent Rules, 2016 which brought many positive amendments to the 2003 rules.
India
12 Jun 2018
13
Differing Trends In Trademarks Over The Years
As today's world and generation is more accustomed to changes, there is a need for revamping and bringing about a change in every aspect of life.
India
11 Jun 2018
14
Protection Of Inventions Derived From Machine Learning And Neural Networks
Machine learning has come a long way, from simple pattern recognition to beating the top professionals in the strategy board game Go.
India
7 Jun 2018
15
Importance Of Vienna Codes In Trademark Search
Of the very intimidating process of registering one's trademark, the first step is to have done a thorough and complete trademark search before registering.
India
7 Jun 2018
16
Fixation Of Trademark Show Cause Hearing In India
Yet due to certain procedures which are necessary and essential to be complied with, people are entitled to make time for the same work as it would need utmost attention and is unavoidable.
India
7 Jun 2018
17
Filing An Appeal Against The Decision Of The Registrar
An appeal against the order or the decision of the Registrar of Trademarks may be filed before the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (‘IPAB', for short).
India
15 Nov 2017
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Consequences Of Patent Infringement In India
Indian Patents Act, 1970 also considers falsification of entries in register, claiming patent rights in an unauthorized way etc. to be punishable criminal offences.
India
30 Aug 2017
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Artificial Intelligence And Intellectual Property Rights
Siri, Self driving Cars, Chef Watson, Chatbots, Cortana… You Know Exactly What These Have In Common…? The answer is ‘Artificial Intelligence'.
India
21 Aug 2017
20
The Intellectual Property Appellate Board: Power & Constitution
The Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) was constituted on September 15, 2003 by the Indian Government to hear and resolve the appeals against the decisions of the registrar under the Indian Trademarks Act, 1999 ...
India
18 Jul 2017
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