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By Rupin Chopra, Reetika Wadhwa
The legislative framework in India aims to ensure standardization based on scientific principles regulating their manufacture, storage, distribution, sale and import of items for safe human consumption.
By S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
The trademark will have protection for three years from the registration date after the Declaration of Ownership of Trademark.
By Rupin Chopra, Reetika Wadhwa
In a recent development, the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India vide its order dated November 22, 2019 in the case of Water Quality Association of India (WQAI) v. Friends and ors.
By Rupin Chopra, Reetika Wadhwa
A contract labour is employed through a contractor and their work tenure is affixed on a contractual basis.
By Rupin Chopra, Reetika Wadhwa
The Bill further proposes that social media platforms should introduce verification process for all the users to authenticate their identification.
By Bijit Das, Isheta Srivastava
Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal said that he is trying to develop a similar module as compared to US where there is one IPR office and everybody works online.
By Lucy Rana, Meril Mathew Joy
With online platforms continue to dominate content circulation around the world, the ambit of protection granted to such platforms becomes an essential issue.
By Tulip De, Kiratraj Sadana
In a recent case, the High Court of Delhi has reiterated that there should be a positive act or an express assent on the part of the right holder to claim the defense of acquiescence under Section 33 of the Trademark Act, 1999.
By S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
PPH helps in speeding up the process of examination for corresponding applications in the IP offices involved.
By Divyansh Trivedi, Shilpi Sharan
Therefore, the Petitioner contended that Rule 36 is violative of the compulsory requirements of Section 18(5) of the Trade Marks Act, 1999.
By Rupin Chopra, Vikram Narula
The Government of India had published draft rules and invited comments/suggestions from the consumers/stakeholders for amending the Drug and Cosmetic Rules, 1945.
By Arpit Kalra, Ananyaa Banerjee
An O-3 notice is sent to the registered proprietor of the trademark to remind him/her of the expiry of their marks validity under Section 25(3) of the Trade Marks Act, 1999.
By Lucy Rana, Meril Mathew Joy
Media houses and corporations pay huge amounts of money for exclusive right to broadcast events of national and international importance.
By Tulip De, Kiratraj Sadana
The Hon'ble High Court of Delhi in a recent case NBCC (India) Ltd. v Aircon Engineering Services & Ors. has clarified that the period of limitation for filing written statement in a commercial suit starts from ...
By S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
The Report states that the developing economies are catching up with the developed economies in the ease of doing business.
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