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‘Copying' Not Necessarily Physical Copying For Cinematograph Films : Delhi High Court
Furthermore, it was argued that in Section 13(1) the word ‘original' was not used with respect to cinematograph films.
India
31 Jul 2019
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Draft Copyright Amendment Rules, 2019 – Changes Proposed In Statutory Licenses And Functioning Of Copyright Societies
The Ministry has sought comments on the Draft Amendments, which may be submitted till 29 June 2019.
India
5 Jun 2019
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Copyright Infringement Claim Arising Out Of A Contractual Dispute Held Arbitrable In The Absence Of A Relief For Declaration As To Ownership
Under the scheme of Copyright Act, copyright in inter alia an artistic work subsists the moment a work is created.
India
28 May 2019
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Madras High Court Deals With Liabilities Of An Intermediary In A Copyright Infringement Dispute
Fermat Education (Plaintiff) has been providing class-room coaching and online courses for competitive exams, since 2014.
India
20 Sep 2018
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Madras High Court Deals With Liabilities Of An Intermediary In A Copyright Infringement Dispute
The Plaintiff also made third parties who uploaded the infringing content on the Platform parties to the suit.
India
11 Sep 2018
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Full Bench Bombay High Court Holds Infringement Claims Based On Trademarks Used As Part Of Corporate Name Will Be Governed Only By Section 29 (5) of TM Act
On 1 March 2017, the Full Bench of Bombay High Court, in the matter of Cipla Limited v Cipla Industries Private Limited, has held that claims for infringement of registered trademarks...
India
6 Mar 2017
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Cabinet Approves India's First National IPR Policy
This is a welcome step by the government towards a balanced and effective IPR regime in India.
India
18 May 2016
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Possible To Decide Copyright Infringement Claims In Arbitration, States High Court Of Bombay
Eros, being the owner of several films, had entered into a term sheet with Telemax (consisting of an arbitration clause) for granting content marketing and distribution rights in respect of films.
India
27 Apr 2016
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Delhi High Court Dismisses Ericsson's Plea Challenging CCI Orders
Ericsson had instituted a suit for patent infringement against Micromax and Intex (Defendants) for its Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) relating to 2G and 3G technologies.
India
6 Apr 2016
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Lee Pharma's Compulsory License Application For Saxagliptin Rejected By Indian Patent Office
In an order dated 19 January 2016 (Order), the Controller General of Patents and Trademarks rejected the application for Compulsory License for the patent covering AstraZeneca's diabetes management drug Saxagliptin.
India
23 Jan 2016
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