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By Nishka Tyagi
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (the "DGCA") released the much awaited National Drone Policy, 2018 version 1 (Drone Policy) ...
By Nishka Tyagi
A patent is an exclusive right that is granted to an inventor for a specified number of years to make, use, and sell an invention.
By Ankita Aseri
This article summarises the judgment of High Court of Bombay dated 5th May 2017 in the case "Ajanta Pharma Ltd. v Theon Pharmaceuticals Ltd.".
By Shruti Gupta
We are at a time where the internet is bringing the world closer together, turning itself into a close-knit community.
By Nishka Tyagi
The Trademarks Act, 1999 (herinafter referred to as ‘the Act") gives rights and protection in the form of remedies to not only registered but also unregistered trademarks.
By Ankita Aseri
After the Toblerone chocolate war with Poundland, there is another matter of copying of design of a chocolate.
By Nishka Tyagi
The Delhi High Court recently imposed a cost of Rs. 87 lakh on Pure Play in the case of Skechers USA Inc & Ors v. Pure Play sports for infringing Skechers' Intellectual Property Rights by manufacturing ...
By Anuja Nair
A historic military data sharing pact, COMCASA was inked yesterday by India-US at the 2+2 bilateral summit.
By Pratistha Sinha
The plaintiffs highlighted that Galpha Labs has sold the impugned goods bearing the mark CLODID worth Rs 2.92 crores.
By Pratistha Sinha
This case is a copyright infringement suit pertaining on a software, filed by the Plaintiff before the Surat District Court.
By Apoorva Sharma
US-based Simonelli Innovation LLC sued Tata Consultancy Services Ltd in Texas Court for violation of Defend Trade Secrets Act, breach of contract, fraud and misrepresentations, gaining unfair advantage ...
By Aparajita Kaul
In todays' consumerist day and age, the brand value of a company is key to its profits.
By Khurana And Khurana
FERs are not notified to the applicants leading to abandonment of application.
By Aparajita Kaul
In India, trademarks are given protection under the Trademarks Act, 1999.
By Stuti Sinha
The Patent Statute of the US defines patentable subject matter as ‘any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter' and any improvements.