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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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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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Trademark Infringement and Remedies
Published : November 25, 2014 | Author : Radhika Shukla | Rating :
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A trademark is a symbol in the form of a word. It is a device or a label which is applied to articles of commerce with a view to stipulate the customers that the particular article is a good manufactured or otherwise dealt in by a particular person as distinguished from similar goods manufactured or dealt by other persons.
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Intellectual Property Rights, Statutory Licensing In India
Published : July 07, 2014 | Author : deepikazaweria | Rating :
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The existing recently amended Copyright laws relating to the statutory licensing and to determine how far these amended laws have been successful in balancing the rights of the broadcasters and Copyright owners.
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Patent of Addition
Published : June 06, 2014 | Author : Pranati Shubha | Rating :
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‘Patent of addition’ is a weapon for the protection of products or processes, and their improvements and variations in India. It serves as a useful purpose in covering improvements / modifications which are missed out in the main patent. The patentee does not have to even pay renewal fee for such patents of addition. These advantages are supported by the fact that the term of a patent of addition cannot exceed that of the main patent
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Bajaj Auto Ltd. Vs. T.V.S. Motor Company Ltd
Published : April 20, 2014 | Author : Umang Raj | Rating :
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The Supreme Court directed that hearing in the intellectual property matters should proceed on day to day basis and the final judgment should be given normally within four months from the date of the filing of the suit. The Supreme Court further directed to all the courts and tribunals in the country to punctually and faithfully carry out the aforesaid orders.
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Emerging paradigm of celebrity marks
Published : April 17, 2014 | Author : Umang Raj | Rating :
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In India, competition within the market is turning aggressive day by day. The advertising business is one in all the most important service sectors. Indian celebrities are also growing in stature. A content right could be a distinct right, which needs special attention as a result of its distinctive nature. Thus, it rests with the law-makers to recognise the commercial and property rights aspects of publicity rights to top off the lacunae in law and keep up with the speedy exploitation of personality and therefore the development of the net.
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Protection Of Copyright In The Digital Age The Role And Liabilities Of ISPs In India
Published : February 08, 2014 | Author : kabirsagar49 | Rating :
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The need to incorporate legislation to protect copyrights in the digital age, with specific emphasis on the liability of Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) in India.
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Importance of IPR in Business World
Published : November 20, 2013 | Author : nermeenqaz | Rating :
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Explaining importance of IPR, How will you feel , if your idea is used by someone else and is taking all the credit for it
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Copyrighting a Documentary Film
Published : July 16, 2013 | Author : sinthia | Rating :
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the entire procedure of Copyrighting a Documentary Film, for protection against copycats and intellectual property thefts
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Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Confronting Paradigms
Published : February 15, 2013 | Author : avisaxena | Rating :
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The issue of the Competition law and its clash with domain of Intellectual Property Rights and what are the possible ways of arriving at a comfort zone between Competition law and Intellectual Property Rights....
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Universal Copyright Convention
Published : January 27, 2013 | Author : grover@legalserviceindia.com | Rating :
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The developments in Latin America explain the need perceived in the mid 1940’s for another multilateral treaty on author’s rights in addition to the Berne Convention
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Compulsory Licensing To Generic Drugs - A Lifeline To A Patient
Published : December 14, 2012 | Author : rakhishekhawat | Unrated
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Compulsory licensing is a major intellectual property issue effecting international business today, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Escalating pressure emanating from the entertainment, pharmaceutical, and “high-tech” industries ultimately helped with the push towards a new international trade policy, culminating in the adoption of the TRIPS regime...
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Plant Variety Protection In India: An Alternative To Patents
Published : December 05, 2012 | Author : Bheemabai S.Mulage | Unrated
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This paper provides a brief overview about how the sui generis system called PPV@FR Act, 2001 in India is more convenient to Indian Farmers and Breeders and it also discusses on how this alternative method to Patent is simple and convenient to the breeder as well as farmers to registration their variety and exploit their rights in an effective manner...
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Registration of shape of goods as Design
Published : October 17, 2012 | Author : Akash Shah | Rating :
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Design under the new Act has been widened. Under the previous law, the Design registration was granted only for the visual appearance of an article which included shape, configuration pattern, and ornamentation whether in two or three dimensions...
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Copyright Amendment Bill, 2010
Published : September 14, 2012 | Author : Atin kumar Das | Rating :
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Though the Copyright Amendment Bill is yet to see the light of the day, it effectively addresses the various concerns in the existing copyright law. If passed into a law, it would go a long way to ensure that the Indian law is at par with the other international laws regarding copyrights...
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Trade Secrets & Competition Act
Published : September 13, 2012 | Author : Atin kumar Das | Rating :
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Normal competition law, applied under a rule of reason standard, should be carried out to distinguish between pro and anti competitive cases where the requisite market power is conferred through IPR...
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China and USA: Conflict arises in the IPR Protection in consideration with India
Published : August 28, 2012 | Author : vishal vijayvargiya | Rating :
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It has been seen over the years that there has been constant dispute that has arise related to IPR between the most developed & the most rapidly developing nation of the world i.e. the USA & China. Post-Cold War the U.S. and China...
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Passing off under trademark
Published : August 27, 2012 | Author : Prerna Chopra | Rating :
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Passing off is a common law tort, which can be used to enforce unregistered trademark rights. The law of passing off prevents one person from misrepresenting his goods or services as that of another...
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Working of Patents in India
Published : August 27, 2012 | Author : Prerna Chopra | Unrated
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The two most important tasks for a patentee to undertake after being granted a patent, in any patent regime, would be to submit the renewal fees necessary to keep the patent alive, and provide proof of having worked the patent in the jurisdiction...
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