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07 November 2016 at 11:39

Bioprospecting – Preserving the diverse sagacious gift

  POSTED BY Jessica

We comprehend Traditional Knowledge as information acquired through wisdom and transmitted to the next person or the next generation, orally by a process of visual experience, which is continuously developed and preserved by an individual or a commun

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17 October 2016 at 13:19

Brief introduction of trademarks law in India

  POSTED BY ajay amitabh suman

The Law pertaining to Trade Marks in India is governed by Trade Marks Act 1999. The Trade Marks Act 1999 came into operation in India since the year 15th September 2003. Prior to Trade Marks Act 1999, the law pertaining to Trade Mark in India

  2 comments |   436 Views


03 October 2016 at 13:48

Intellectual Property Rights in India

  POSTED BY Neeraj Jha

Introduction Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) in India have developed over a period of time and with the development of technology and its impact on the world stage, many people have begun to understand the Intellectual Property Rights, which they

  5 comments |   455 Views


13 June 2016 at 15:06

Traditional Knowledge - The intellectual gifts of sage

  POSTED BY Jessica

Our ancestors were intellectual beings and the ancient knowledge they acquired was through empirical experience only. They passed on the valuable knowledge orally to our generations by visual experiences through time. The national and international l

  9 comments |   720 Views


06 June 2016 at 13:03

Prior User Rights of Trademark in India

  POSTED BY Bhagya

What happens if you apply for a trademark application and get the trademark registration, but later find that someone else has been using that same trademark since before you had filed?Well, the principle of “Priority in adoption and use prevai

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23 May 2016 at 13:45

National IPR Policy 2016:Foundation stone laid.

  POSTED BY Ranjani Krishnan

Aristotle once remarked, �Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet�. This quote has proved to be hundred percent true with respect to the National IPR policy, 2016. This much awaited policy

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30 April 2016 at 10:55

Trademark infringement & passing off in the indian pharmaceutical industry

  POSTED BY Ranjani Krishnan

Introduction.The concept of �Trademark� is not new in the Indian scenario. In this 21st century of commercial, technical and scientific advancement, the importa

  1 comments |   999 Views


07 April 2016 at 16:42

Next act of digital crime

  POSTED BY Jessica

In this Digital Age, data and information are valuable resources to every person. An identity is the most natural part of a person. Theft of data and identity through hacking and other digital means are the most prevalent cyber crimes. Identity theft

  1 comments |   906 Views


14 March 2016 at 10:56

The secret to a trade secret

  POSTED BY Jessica

A secret in business is an intangible property, which is kept private and encoded into a tangible property for an enforcement of legal recognition to gain an economic advantage over the competitors. The constitution of trade secret depends on the bus

  1 comments |   979 Views


02 March 2016 at 16:56

The law believes in magic

  POSTED BY Jessica

MAGIC has been considered as THE SECOND OLDEST PROFESSION in the world. Each day technology has been advancing and the magicians have begun to adopt the pace with the current on-going technology. The magicians of India have also transitioned from the

  4 comments |   998 Views


29 February 2016 at 12:13

Integrity in jeopardy - Public distrust in intellectual property lawyers

  POSTED BY Jessica

Every lawyer have built on the reputation envisioned by the masses as a person devoid of a conscious and skilled in the circumvention of law but the underlying truth is that a lawyer is a person who undergoes a period of rigorous pupillage and exerci

  0 comments |   664 Views


01 February 2016 at 12:06

Fancy Trademarks

  POSTED BY Naman Jain

Trademark refers to a "LOGO" or a "BRAND" which identifies a particular product and helps to distinguish a particular line or brand of products from the other brand

  2 comments |   1027 Views


21 January 2016 at 18:50

Copyright Piracy In India

  POSTED BY Naman Jain

Copyright piracy is a phenomenon prevalent worldwide. Piracy means unauthorised reproduction, importing or distribution either of the whole or of a substantial part of works protected by copyright. The

  7 comments |   1692 Views


09 February 2015 at 10:28

IPR & Common man

  POSTED BY Chirag Bhatt

There are several special laws covered under the umbrella of Intellectual property laws. These laws are trademarks, copy rights, patents, design, geographical indications of goods, protection of plant varieties and farmers&rsqu

  6 comments |   2162 Views


12 September 2014 at 16:18

Role of Executive Machinery in combating Literary a

  POSTED BY Megha Agrawal

Abstract: Economy of the twenty first century is based on knowledge. Studies around the globe have concluded that the emerging copyright

  0 comments |   1154 Views


05 September 2014 at 10:48

Digital legacy: A legal dilemma if not included in the Will

  POSTED BY Advocate Bhasin

The concept of property has undergone plethora of changes, with the emergence of social networking platforms. The photos we share, the posts we make are our digital property. Every person now-a-days has a part of himself online, and the family and f

  1 comments |   2135 Views


14 August 2014 at 10:53

Intellectual Property Law as an emerging and lucrative branch of legal practice

  POSTED BY Vishnu

The importance of intellectual property can never be stressed enough. The creation, protection and management of intellectual property have been a concern for humanity throughout the ages. Presence of intellectual property laws can be found as far b

  0 comments |   3837 Views


30 May 2014 at 11:18

A Comparative Analysis Of Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks in India

  POSTED BY Lubna Yusuf

Summary : The article provides a tabular comparative study of copyrights, patents and trademarks in India. The study gives information on the relevant rules, applicant

  1 comments |   3978 Views


17 April 2014 at 12:29

Good Law affected by bad practices

  POSTED BY K PHANI KUMAR

The Law of Intellectual Property is meant for encouragement for creations,, inventions, and of course for discoveries.

  2 comments |   2680 Views


30 September 2013 at 13:17

Patent Disputes - Arbitrating All The Way!

  POSTED BY Resham Jain

Patent Disputes Arbitrating All The Way! Resham Jain[1] Abstract From the International standpoint, one cannot disregard the importance of intellectual property as a vital instrument of economic prosperity, international trade and commerce i

  1 comments |   3127 Views










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