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By Mahima Madan
What amounts to infringement of a copyright in a cinematograph film has always been a matter of debate.
By Nisha Sharma
It is well settled general proposition of law that mandatory injunction at the interlocutory stage should not normally be granted which has the effect of granting the final relief.
By Amaya Singh, Omesh Puri
In India, the Trade Marks Act 1999 and the rules thereunder guide the process of registration and enforcement of rights relating to trademarks.
By Neetu Kumari
Generally, to overcome the clarity objections and distinguish the invention from the prior art, disclaimers in claims are incorporated.
By LexOrbis  
The Government of India has circulated on October 18, 2019 draft amendments to the Designs Rules, 2001 to seek suggestions from the stakeholders.
By LexOrbis  
The year 2018 witnessed several progressive changes to India's patent landscape. This article aims to highlight key developments that depict the progressive approach
By Mini Raman
The SEBI has on October 10th 2019 issued a circular bearing number SEBI/HO/MRD/DOP1/CIR/P/2019/106 which sets out the framework for the issuance of DRs by Indian companies.
By LexOrbis  
Recent trends in cancer chemotherapy treatments indicates that employing effective drug combinations in optimal doses are more effect.
By LexOrbis  
A patent box is a tax saving regime to incentivize research and development efforts wherein patent revenues are taxed differently from other revenues of a company.
By Dheeraj Kapoor
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilisers play a major role in regulating the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors.
By LexOrbis  
Clearing the way (clearing) or a declaration of non-infringement refers to an application to the court for a declaration that a new business does not infringe an existing patent.
By LexOrbis  
There were several suits filed by the Plaintiff (Crocs) against number of Defendants for design infringement of its footwear.
By LexOrbis  
The Indian Patent Act, 1970 (act) is based on the 1959 Report on the Revision of the Patents Law of the Ayyangar Committee and governs the patent framework.
By Joginder Singh
With pendency rates ranging up to four years, India's patent owners have a range of options to protect their innovations while they wait, explains Joginder Singh of LexOrbis.
By Sanya Panjwani
The Delhi High Court set aside the decision of the PMLA Appellate Tribunal vide a judgment delivered on April 2, 2019 titled The Deputy Director Directorate of Enforcement Delhi and Ors. v. Axis Bank and Ors.
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