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Havana Club Rum: Case Analysis
The Havana Club trademark dispute between United States and Cuba has been one of the most prolonging, controversial and potentially acrimonious cases for the World Trade Organization (WTO) till date.
Worldwide
29 Mar 2016
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SC Clarifies On Pre-Amendment Appeal Jurisdiction
The postponement of some provisions being brought to force of the Patents (Amendment) Act, 2005, led to confusion which was elucidated in the case of J. Mitra & Co. Pvt. Ltd. v. Asst. Controller of Patents & Designs & Ors. [Civil Appeal arising out of S.L.P. (C) No.15727 of 2008] The date of commencement of an Act at times is left to a specified future date or to such date as may have been appointed, with different dates being employed for different provisions in some instances.
India
29 Sep 2008
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Geographical Indication Assumes Importance In Trade Talks
India and European Union have embarked on a bilateral trade & investment agreement, which envisages liberalization of trade in Goods, Investment & Service and higher protection for Intellectual Property Rights including Geographical Indications.
India
 
10 Oct 2007
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Madrid System Of International Registration Of Trademarks
The use of the Madrid System, by the trademark owners, to protect their trademarks abroad has obligated the staff of WIPO to organize a seminar and invite speakers to increase awareness and practical knowledge among the independent and in-house trademark agents as well as attorneys.
India
7 Nov 2006
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Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2006: An Appraisal
The Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2006 notified by the Central Government on 5th May, 2006 represents another major step forward in India's endeavor to develop a vibrant and user-friendly Intellectual Property Regime which would facilitate as well as encourage innovation and creativity.
India
31 May 2006
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Patentability of Softwares in India
Software patents are one of the most contentious issues in Intellectual Property Rights. The growing economic significance of computers and computer programs gives software patents this controversial status.
India
30 Nov 2005
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