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Widening Ambit Of Indian Intellectual Property Regime
The Scenario in the IPR sector has undergone vibrant change in the recent past. This change has not been restricted to the pharmaceutical sector alone, but has extended itself to other systems of Intellectual Property.
India
 
13 Jul 2006
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Regional Players as Bonafide Users??
The Trademark battle often runs into taking the shape of a suit for infringement, deception, claim of being a prior user, so on and so forth.
India
 
13 Jul 2006
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Deceptive Similarity Among Alpha-Numerics
The trouble faced by some of the most well established trademark owners is the fear of a deceptively similar mark emerging in the market.
India
 
11 Jul 2006
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Deception and Vernacular Lingo: Is confusion the Catch Point?
Linguistic vibrance and colloquial jargons are colourful add-ons to the cultural flora of a region. But where technical aspects such as registration of trademarks are concerned, vernaculars often tend to inculcate deceptiveness amongst the brands.
India
 
11 Jul 2006
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Scotch Whisky "Order" Prevails In India
Competition in the national and global markets has intensified bringing issues of identification and positioning to the forefront.
India
 
6 Jul 2006
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Beyond Facade…
In the battle to acquire higher market shares, advertising and marketing strategies seem to play a key role.
India
 
6 Jul 2006
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Take A Look: Music On The Infringement Hook!
Music seems to be one of the most susceptible areas to copyright infringement. While the music of a movie is often its Unique Selling Point (USP), upcoming release, the music to the Bollywood "Aryan - the Unbreakable" seems to have landed itself into controversy.
India
 
6 Jul 2006
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Indian Patents Law Indirectly Recognizes ‘Swiss-Type’ Claims’
Novelty is one of the basic criteria of patentability, inventiveness and industrial applicability being the other two. If the use of a substance or a composition for a specified medical purpose is new, a claim in a patent application directed at this use will be considered as novel even if the same substance had previously been used in medicine for a different purpose.
India
14 Feb 2005
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