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Cancellation Of A Registered Trade Mark
A registered trade mark is valid for 10 years from the date of application.
India
15 Jan 2018
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How To Register A Design
Design is a right created by the statue which is different from Trade Mark and Copyright.
India
15 Jan 2018
3
Opposition To A Patent Application
Patent Application is published after 18 months of filing.
India
15 Jan 2018
4
Opposition To A Trade Mark Application
The application is contrary to provisions Trade Mark Act or any other law.
India
15 Jan 2018
5
How To Register A Copyright
Under Section 48 of Copyrights Act, registration of a Copyright shows that it is prima facie valid. This is a rebuttable presumption and it can be proved otherwise. However, the burden to show invalidity of the registration rests on the person asserting it.
India
21 Nov 2017
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How To Register A Trade Mark
As part of due diligence, online platforms require vendors on their portal to provide particulars of trade mark registration or application. The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) also requires applicants to provide particulars of trade mark registration or application.
India
21 Nov 2017
7
Advantage Trade Mark Registration
In India, The Trade Mark Act, 1999 or its predecessor legislations do not make registration of a trade mark mandatory. A trade mark is protected by virtue of its use under the Common Law rights.
India
20 Nov 2017
8
Advantage Copyright Registration
1.In India, The Copyright, 1957 or its predecessor legislations do not make registration of a Copyright mandatory. A Copyright is protected by virtue of its creation use under the Common Law rights.
India
20 Nov 2017
9
Copyright Societies Under Copyright Act
1.Copyright Societies are collection of individuals to manage the copyright work of its members. They are required to disclose all important information on their website for functioning in an equitable and transparent manner.
India
31 Jul 2017
10
Compulsory License Of Copyright Work
Any person can seek voluntary license from the copyright owner in writing to publish the work. This license is the result of negotiations over terms, royalties etc.
India
3 Jul 2017
11
First Owner Of Copyright
Unlike trade mark where the person who has coined the mark is not generally known, identified or mentioned during the registration or enforcement action, the author plays a significant role and finds specific mention during both registration and enforcement action.
India
3 Jul 2017
12
Copyright Protection Of Online Content
With the ever-evolving social media and new platforms, content is generated in gigantic proportions. Every person is contributing to the tera bytes of new online content on a regular basis
India
3 Jul 2017
13
Protecting A Slogan
Slogan carry the philosophical burden of a brand. Slogan conveys the message of the business alongside the brand and at times it is the brand or more important than the brand.
India
1 Jun 2017
14
Is Prior Use The Knock Out Punch In Passing Off Cases
The tort of passing off is a common law remedy. It is a facet of Unfair Competition. As the term denotes it is a false representation about the source or quality of goods, service or business.
India
1 Jun 2017
15
Passing Off In Design
Design is considered a statutory right whereas passing off and trade mark are considered as sui generis right. A statutory right entails its origin and extinguishment happens in terms of the statue.
India
1 Jun 2017
16
Safe Harbour For Intermediaires
"There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down. Simply by spending his money somewhere else" – Sam Walton.
India
6 Apr 2017
17
India Announces New Trade Mark Rules
The Government of India notified Trade Mark Rules, 2017 with effect from 06 March 2017 with a view to simplify and speed up the entire process of trade mark administration.
India
7 Mar 2017
18
Are Patents Prima Facie Valid Or Is There A Six-Year Hitch?
Under section 8 of the Patents Act, an onus is cast upon the applicant to disclose applications filed in foreign countries corresponding to the Indian application.
India
7 Mar 2017
19
Copyright Is Not A Divine Right
At least the Delhi High Court thinks so. In a recent judgment passed by the Delhi High Court in the case of The Chancellor, Masters & Scholars of the University of Oxford & Others Vs. Rameshwari Photocopy Services & Another, . . .
India
2 Jan 2017
20
Jurisdiction Battleground: Should The Plaintiff Chase The Infringer
The territorial jurisdiction to institute a trade mark infringement or copyright infringement case is turning into a battleground with contrary views being taken by the Delhi High Court and the Bombay High Court.
India
2 Jan 2017
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