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No License Required For Using The Sound Recordings During Marriages
Upon examination of representations received from various stakeholders the question as to whether it is essential to obtain a license for
India
12 Sep 2019
2
Protecting Designs – An Indian Perspective
Under Indian design laws, a ‘design' has been defined as "features of shape, configuration, pattern or ornament or composition of lines or colour or combination thereof applied to any article whether two-dimensional or three-dimensional or in both forms.
India
4 Sep 2019
3
Website Blocking – An Answer To Copyright Infringement?
Several jurisdictions have permitted the blocking of websites propagating child pornography, online gambling, terrorism.
India
2 Sep 2019
4
Art, Copyright Infringement And Advertising.
Ai Wewei is a Berlin-based Chinese artist.
India
8 Aug 2019
5
Highlights Of The Annual Report 2017-18, Issued By Indian IP Office
The revamping of the IP administration in the country, which was set in motion with the advent of the National IPR policy in 2016
India
8 Aug 2019
6
Volatility Of Perceptions On Moral Rights: India's Approach
Moral rights have been associated with jurisprudential theory of property wherein one's property is viewed to be nothing but an extension of his personality.
India
2 Aug 2019
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Delhi High Court Directed IPAB To Hear And Dispose Of Urgent Matters
The IPAB was formed in 2003 under the provisions of the Trademarks Act, 1999 to expedite the disposal of trademark appeals and rectification/cancellation cases by an expert tribunal.
India
17 Jul 2019
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IP Case Compilation 2019
Judgement: The Delhi High court granted a permanent injunction in favour of the plaintiff, Hennes & Mauritz, thus securing the rights of a foreign company in their trade mark against the rights
India
17 Jul 2019
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Evolving Principles For Award Of Punitive And Compensatory Damages In India
The principles involved in awarding of damages in IP litigation in India have seen a great evolution in the recent past
India
9 Jul 2019
10
Draft Copyright Amendment Rules, 2019 – A Comparison
The table provides a comparative analysis of the current Copyright Rules, 2013 with the Draft Copyright (Amendment) Rules,
India
27 Jun 2019
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Calculating Punitive Damages In Infringement
Although there have been several intellectual property (IP) infringement cases in India, most of the time the litigants either settle the dispute out of court or are satisfied with a permanent injunction.
India
25 Jun 2019
12
Enforcing IP Assets: The Laws If You Are Being Copied
Manisha Singh speaks to the Lawyer Monthly magazine about how robust the Indian IP space is and how best businesses can enforce their IP assets;
India
9 May 2019
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No ‘Mini Trial' At Interim Injunction Stage
The division bench of Delhi High Court, in its judgment dated 24 January 2019, upheld the single judge's order refusing interim injunctions against the use of similar designs of Crocs footwear.
India
9 May 2019
14
Designer's Dilemma / Pirates Paradise
Creative designing is problem solving. It is a decisionmaking process in engineering which is directed towards fulfilment of everyday human needs.
India
28 Mar 2019
15
Intellectual Property Valuation And Transaction In India
In the process of nation's capacity building and economic resurgence, the business community within India witnessed major economic policy reforms in the last couple of years.
India
11 Feb 2019
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Evolving Principles For Award Of Punitive Damages
The principles involved in award of damages in intellectual property (IP) litigation in India have seen much evolution in the recent past.
India
22 Jan 2019
17
Copyright Infringement Offences: Cognizable Or Not?
Cognizability is one of the various kinds of classifications pertaining to offences
India
10 Dec 2018
18
Copyright 2019
The word "original" has not been defined in the Copyright Act, 1957 ("the Act"), but has derived its connotation through case laws.
India
24 Oct 2018
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Artistic Works: Resolving Design-Copyright Overlap
One of most controversial provisions of the Copyright Act, 1957, states that copyright in any design that could be registered under the Designs Act, 2000.
India
23 Oct 2018
20
Bombay High Court Imposes Huge Exemplary Damages on Habitual Offenders
Bombay High Court in recent cases of habitual offenders has imposed huge exemplary cost on Defendants. In less than one month, there have been two cases where Bombay High Court has considered the Defendant's malafide actions and punished them monetarily.
India
26 Sep 2018
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