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By Geeti Pragyan Mohapatra
"Grey-Market Goods", as intriguing as the name may seem, has a meaning which is equally interesting.
By Niharika Sanadhya
Intellectual Property Rights are jurisdictional in nature.
By Aanchal Rajan Saxena
Recently, the government of India issued a notification throughthe Ministry of Commerce and Industry (Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion), to further amend the Patents Rules, 2003.
By Aanchal Rajan Saxena, Vaidehi Kabra
Recently the central government has issued notification, proposing amendments in the geographical indications of goods (registration and protection) rules, 2002
By Vaidehi Kabra
WIPO's Technology and Innovative Support Centers (TISCs) have been established in India by the mutual agreement between Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT),
By Mridula Dalvi
Protection of intellectual property protection is done by granting the inventors the sole right to exploit their innovation, which includes
By Khurana And Khurana
IIPRD has been successfully conducting several symposiums over the years on different Intellectual Property (IP) aspects.
By Isha Tiwari
India is, in the true sense of the phrase, a "rising star" when it comes to innovation growth in the Intellectual Property sector.
By Isha Tiwari
The Copyright Registry on August 27, 2019 released a public notification containing a much awaited clarification regarding public performance and sound recordings played during marriage ceremonies.
By Shruti Mandhotra
Toyota, a Japanese MNC recently decided to grant approximately 24,000 ‘vehicle electrification' patent licenses on the technologies used by them in making of their cars, specifically
By Shatakshi Shukla
A couple of years back, the Indonesian Parliament enacted the new Patent law, with the view to overcome the loopholes in the existing law and taking it at par with other countries and international standards.
By Apoorv Dixit
"Sometime early in this century the intelligence of machines will exceed that of humans. Within a quarter of a century
By Himali Sharad Tambe
Startups don't usually have a significant asset base.
By Noyonika Mukherjee
Apple was granted 60 new Patents by the U.S. patent and Trademark Office in the month of July, 2019. These 60 newly granted Patents
By Debopriya Mukherjee
A Patent infringement lawsuit was filed by Communication Components Antenna INC against alleged infringer Ace Technologies Corp and its related entities and subsidiaries in relation to its patent which was titled...
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