“Creativity is the most productive and expensive fruit of human mind, thus every effort is being made to keep this fruit healthy and free from insects of plagiarism” Geographical indication is one of the seven rights that are being conferred … Continue reading Geographical Indications of goods in India: An insight
Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (Public) (in short “Ericsson”) is a company having around 33,000 patents, and 400 of these patents have been granted in India. Most of these are Standard Essential Patents in the field of Mobile Communications like 2G, 3G and … Continue reading FRAND Licensing: Bridging the gap between Competition Act and Patent Act
Ever since demonetization, the online payments system known as PayTM has become a regular sight- ‘PayTM accepted here’– from your inviting, plush showrooms to your roadside ‘nukkad chaiwallah’. As PayTM CEO quoted that the online payments system was close to … Continue reading PAYING A PRICE?: Analyzing the claims made by PayPal against Paytm in reference to trademark infringement
Whenever you write a song or a story, draw a picture, or create anything else and put it down on paper, build it, or play it, you automatically own the copyright to it, including literary, intellectual, musical, and other forms … Continue reading Why Copyright Laws Vary
This article has been written by Deepseng Shyam. Deepseng is currently a student in NLU Assam. Intellectual Property and India has a good long history dating back to the ancient years of Indus Valley Civilization. Evidences show that in the … Continue reading Constitutional Aspect of Intellectual Property Rights in India
This article is written by Srishti Gupta. Srishti is a fourth-year law student from Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, GGSIPU. The Delhi High Court clearly recognised the socio-economic realities of the India in the case of THE CHANCELLOR, MASTERS … Continue reading How DU Photocopiers brought a breakthrough in Copyright Infringement?