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Withholding Tax Implications On Payment Of Royalty
Taxation is one of the most fundamental aspect of cross border transactions and generally attracts a lot of attention while negotiating and closing international deals.
India
14 Aug 2018
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Photocopying Of Books In The Course Of Imparting Education - Single Bench Judgement Overruled
Recently, widespread debate and concern was caused in the publishing community when a single judge bench of the Delhi High Court, in the matter of the Chancellor, Masters & Scholars...
India
6 Jan 2017
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Indian Copyright Act Now Covers Online Streaming
Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion recently issued an office memorandum pursuant to receiving representations from various stakeholders for guidance with respect to the applicability of the provisions of Section 31D of the Copyright Act, 1957.
India
13 Oct 2016
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Is Photocopying Of Books In The Course Of Imparting Education A Copyright Infringement?
International copyright laws uphold the rights of exclusive use and exploitation by the creator/author to the exclusion of the others (except in certain exceptions).
India
4 Oct 2016
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Income From Transfer Of A Foreign Owned Intellectual Property – Is It Taxable In India
Taxability of income arising out of sale and purchase transactions undertaken internationally has been a matter of debate for long in India.
India
23 Aug 2016
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Inspiring Innovation In Start-Ups – Protection Of Intellectual Property Rights
India has become the fastest growing Start-Up base worldwide and stands third in the global Start-Ups ecosystem as per NASSCOM Start-Up Ecosystem Report 2015.
India
16 Feb 2016
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Startup India, Stand Up India
To augment the entrepreneurial spirit of country's youth and tap on the immense potential of innovative ideas, the Government of India has recently launched its ambitious new scheme, ‘Startup India'.
India
25 Jan 2016
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How Can Franchisors Guard Against Patent Infringement?
As an expression intellectual property connotes a cluster of rights acquired by any person upon creations of his mind such as inventions, literary and artistic works, processes, designs and symbols, names and images used in commerce.
India
12 Oct 2015
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