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Gaming Laws In India: A Toothless Regime
The video game industry in India has seen a tremendous change over the past few years, from the time it was only played on a computer or a cassette based video game to the present when it can...
India
15 May 2017
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Multiplicity Of Proceedings In Patent Disputes
Patent disputes in India often involve multiple proceedings in different jurisdictions.
India
12 Feb 2015
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TMT Flash - August 2014
Among the crucial developments in the last month, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India ("TRAI") reduced ceiling tariffs for domestic leased circuits.
India
29 Aug 2014
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What’s In A Brand Name? Ask Companies!
Brand name establishes a correlation between the products of the company and the minds of the consumer.
India
11 Aug 2014
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A Glimpse Of Recent Developments In Patent Arena
The US Trade Representative 301 Report found that Indian IP regime favors the native and the chances of US downgrading India in this report was most likely.
India
10 Jun 2014
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Abuse Of Dominant Position In IPR License Agreements: Ericsson-Intex Spat
Intex Technologies filed a complaint against the Swedish company Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson, alleging abuse of dominance by Ericsson while negotiating a licensing agreement.
India
27 May 2014
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Tackling Domain Name Disputes - A Simpler Way
Cyber squatting is the act of unlawfully registering domain names that are identical or deceptively similar to organization’s or individual’s trademark and/or domain name.
India
12 Aug 2013
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India’s Accession To Madrid Protocol: Bless Or Mess!
In a significant development, India has joined the Madrid Protocol and with India's accession the purpose of transforming the Madrid Protocol into a system with truly global reach is another step closer.
India
12 Jul 2013
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No Patent To Artful Claims: "Incremental Innovation" Versus "Therapeutic Efficacy"
The Supreme Court of India on April 1, 2013 rejected Novartis’ appeal for patent protection for its blood-cancer treatment drug "Glivec", which was held an "incremental innovation" not liable for protection.
India
29 May 2013
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Can Advocates Be Patent Agents?
By its judgment dated March 15, 2013, the Madras High Court ("the Court") held that the amendment made in the year 2005 ("2005 Amendment") to section 126 of the Patents Act, 1970 ("the Act") pertaining to the qualifications for registration as patent agents is unconstitutional.
India
7 May 2013
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