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Intellectual Property
Intellectual property (IP) is a term referring to a number of distinct types of legal monopolies over creations of the mind, both artistic and commercial, and the corresponding fields of law.[1] Under intellectual property law, owners are granted certain exclusive rights to a variety of intangible assets, such as musical, literary, and artistic works; discoveries and inventions; and words, phrases, symbols, and designs. Common types of intellectual property include copyrights, trademarks, patents, industrial design rights and trade secrets in some jurisdictions.

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Patent for technological companies
Published : September 24, 2016 | Author : chetan sharma | Unrated
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Significance of Patent for technological companies and impact on their financial documents
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International Commercial Arbitration
Published : September 22, 2016 | Author : meghas | Unrated
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Arbitration as a mechanism of justice is as old as civilization. Arbitration literally means a mechanism in law which encourages parties to settle their differences privately either by mutual consensus or by mediation of a third person. It was prevalent under the Roman law and the Greek civilization in the sixth century. Earlier in England, the attitude towards arbitration was generally hostile but business exigencies changed the scene, in course of time as a yielding place for commercial arbitration. Ancient India had many traditions of arbitration/ mediation up to the medieval period. The questions like what is the purpose of arbitration?, what are prevalent treaties and conventions regarding arbitration?, what are the laws present in India dealing with arbitration? are dealt in detail in the paper, as human conflicts are inevitable so are the disputes. It is difficult to imagine a human society without conflict of interest. Disputes must be resolved at the minimum possible cost both in terms of money and time.
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Trademark infringement and passing off Indian pharmaceutical industry
Published : August 30, 2016 | Author : PRASHANTI UPADHYAY | Unrated
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The concept of Trademark is not new in the Indian scenario. In this 21st century of commercial, technical and scientific advancement, the importance of trademark to a business house or the manufacturer of goods to which such marks are applied cannot be undermined.
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Protecting Tradition And Culture In India Development of A Sui Generis System
Published : June 21, 2016 | Author : manishranjan | Rating :
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The traditional cultural expressions also known as the expressions of the folklore has its root in the culture of the indigenous local communities. Traditional knowledge is employed to mean knowledge, innovations and practices of indigenous and local communities to such an extent that most of the time it becomes their social identity and the means of earning their living.
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De Jure Mobile Applications under the IP Law
Published : June 12, 2016 | Author : jessica | Rating :
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With the advent of M- Commerce industry, mobile developers can now avail protection for software under the following Intellectual Property Law.
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Sports and IPR
Published : May 26, 2016 | Author : manishranjan | Rating :
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Sport has become one of the major source of entertainment and simultaneously a big market of business too. Even though respective ways of playing the sports have not changed much in the last fifty years, but surely most of the things around the sports have changed.
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Protecting Tradition and Culture in India: Development of A Sui Generis System
Published : May 26, 2016 | Author : manishranjan | Rating :
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The previous activities of WIPO and other leading organizations like UNESCO in the field of Intellectual Property and Traditional Cultural Expressions popularly known as TCEs
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The Effectiveness of the Remedies for Copyright Infringement
Published : May 26, 2016 | Author : apekchha | Rating :
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Today the world has entered into an era of instant communication. A person sitting in the inaccessible corner of India can enjoy live performances in the far-away places like America or Australia, thanks to electronic media. Gadgets like telephone and fax have made it possible to communicate verbal or inscribed messages across the world within seconds. The computer-aided communication technologies such as E-Mail and Internet have added altogether a new facet to today's communication process by making it more quick, informative and economical. The ways through which different types of information can be communicated have also undergone a significant change. Now days a film song can be put in or retrieved by a single device along with a textual message and even a painting.
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National IPR Policy 2016
Published : May 22, 2016 | Author : ranjanikrishnan | Rating :
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This much awaited policy finally received the cabinet approval on 13th May 20, 2016 and managed to garner a positive response from all the sectors. This all encompassing policy aims at establishing a holistic atmosphere, conducive for exploiting the full potential of intellectual property, for the economic, social and cultural development of the nation.
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Trademark Law in Music and Film Industry
Published : May 05, 2016 | Author : trta33 | Rating :
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Nowadays, trademarks have become money makers in the music and film business. The two main sectors music and film are the emerging big markets globally which gives huge profits to the entertainment industry. The paradigm shift surrounding the intellectual property issues plays a significant role surrounding various controversies relating to trademark issues such as deceptively similar song, film title, unauthorized use of film titles falling within the ambit of infringement of trademarks and remedy of passing off. This paper explores the potential application of the Indian and US Trademark Law in relation to music and film industry focusing on the contemporary legal issues.
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Trademark Infringement and Passing off in the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry
Published : April 29, 2016 | Author : ranjanikrishnan | Rating :
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This article gives an overview of infringement and passing off of trademarks, with a special focus on the pharmaceutical industry.
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Design Your Sound Make Your Sound A Mark
Published : April 06, 2016 | Author : jessica | Unrated
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The Author endeavours to shed light on the resourceful application of Unconventional Trademarks and propagation of Sound Marks.
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Brand Protection Agency Racket in India?
Published : March 29, 2016 | Author : rishi | Rating :
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Over the decades while the counterfeiting has flourished in India, a lucrative, parallel industry has blossomed to fight it. Today, counterfeiting is a big business in India feeding numerous tributaries of allied crimes like drugs, prostitution and illegal arms trade and we are stuck with presumptions that catching few counterfeiters and sending them to jail will solve the problem.
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WHY a Registered Trademark in INDIA
Published : February 19, 2016 | Author : advkk | Unrated
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Every one is asking WHY and most Law firms are responding by saying I will show you how. So here is the reply as to WHY Register your Trademark in India
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Draft Patent (Amendment) Rules, 2015 changes on the face of it. (Part I)
Published : November 22, 2015 | Author : dhruvgrover | Rating :
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This is not an article but merely a tabulated compilation of the recent Draft Patent (amendment) rules, 2015 highlighting the changes that will be in effect after this amendment comes into force. I will be soon coming with a critical analysis (Part 2) of the amendment.
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Steps in Conducting a Patent Search
Published : October 13, 2015 | Author : Karan | Rating :
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A patent is an exclusive right conferred on person or legal entity to exclude others from making, using, and selling the patented invention for a limited time period. The patent can be a utility or design patent. Utility patents are granted for new and useful processes, articles, machines and any improvements while design patents are granted for new and ornamental design of manufacture. The utility patent protects the method an article is created and used. On the other hand, design patent protects only the ornamental appearance of the invention.
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IPR Issues in Space Activities
Published : July 19, 2015 | Author : gadhre | Unrated
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the intellectual property be managed to meet the objectives of program implementation, technology transfer and security. This paper assesses the national policies and space programs of India and Canada in an effort to suggest the basis for enhanced bilateral cooperation in space activities between the two countries.
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India: Patent Highlights of 2014
Published : February 09, 2015 | Author : rkdewan | Rating :
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The year 2014 turned many of our established patent principles on their head and unlike previous years some astounding judgments came from High Courts around the country not just from Delhi.
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IPR Knowledge at the Door Itself
Published : January 20, 2015 | Author : thakuranshul694 | Rating :
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This article deals about the awareness of IPR at the beginning itself and how it would help in growth and development of our country.
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Intellectual Property Rights in India
Published : November 28, 2014 | Author : arpan sinha | Rating :
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The recognition and protection of these rights is of recent origin. Patents, designs and trademarks are considered as industrial property. As per International Convention for the protection of industrial (Paris Convention) the protection of industrial property has as its object patents, utility models, industrial designs, trademarks, service marks, trade names, indications of source or appellations or origin and the repression of unfair competition when copyrights, Geographical indicators, layout Designs and confidential information were included to industrial property, they all become intellectual property.
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