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  • Copyright laws v/s Parody

    Copyright laws v/s Parody

    Introduction Copyright is the legal right conferred upon the owner of intellectual property. Copyright grants an exclusive right to the original creators to further develop them for a given amount o

    How to Patent a ‘Design’?

    How to Patent a ‘Design’?

    Overview The Designs Act, 2000 along with Designs Rules, 2001 administers the registration and protection of industrial designs in India. The Act came into force on 11th May 2001 by repealing the earl

    Geographical Indications

    Geographical Indications

    Overview: The fast growth of International Trade has brought markets closer than ever before. This brings into focus a concern based on the protection of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for the goo

    IPR and Pharmaceuticals

    IPR and Pharmaceuticals

    The Pharmaceuticals Industry and Intellectual Property Rights In India Intellectual Property is that area of law which deals with protecting the rights of the individuals who create original work. The

    Designs – FAQs

    Design is a very new form of IPR which has been recognised under the Designs Act, 2000. It is still in a nascent stage of development. Thus there are a lot of questions that arise out of its applicati

    Copyright FAQs

    Copyrights are one of the most used forms of IPR. However, due to the form in which they vest, has led to a lot of ambiguity as to their application. In this article we shall answer a few of the most

    Digitization of Copyright Registry

    Digitization of Copyright Registry

    In a digital world, the Indian government is on a constant move to deliver on its promise of a Digital India. One of its new initiatives is the digitization of the Copyrights records in the copyright

    Patents – What is a Patent?

    Patents – What is a Patent?

    What is a Patent? And how does it protect your rights? In this article, we set out the basic meaning of patent under Indian Law, and the essential facets and advantages of having a patent for your inv

    Procedure To Apply For a Patent

    Procedure To Apply For a Patent

    A Patent is a legal document which is granted by the government to the inventor for a limited period for the invention that they have created. The purpose of the patent is to protect the exclusive ri

    Carbon Credit And Intellectual Property Rights

    Carbon Credit And Intellectual Property Rights

    Introduction Rapid industrial growth has resulted in increased energy consumption and consequently the level of carbon dioxide, and other greenhouse gas emissions are also rising. As a part of United

    Patent-All you need to know

    Patent-All you need to know

    Definition A Patent is a form of intellectual property right granted to an invention or idea which is novel, contains an inventive step and has an industrial application. Patents are protected against

    What is Patent Pending?

    What is Patent Pending?

    What is Patent Pending and how do we use the term “Patent Pending”? Under Indian law (S.111 of the Indian Patents Act, 1970), in a patent infringement case where the defendant can prove th

    Agriculture and IPR in India

    Agriculture and IPR in India

    IPR VIS-A-VIS Agriculture Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) as a legal fiction of considering an intangible asset as property by the State has originally developed in Europe, USA, Japan etc. Now, Ind

    Copyright Law : Its Implications on Protection of Traditional Handicrafts in India

    Copyright Law : Its Implications on Protection of Traditional Handicrafts in India

    The question is whether or not protected under the copyright law is extended to the village or rural craftsmen who are generally ignorant about the protection of their artistic work and are unable abl

    Copyright

    Copyright

    Overview A Copyright gives the creator of original works exclusive rights to it, usually for a limited time. Copyright may apply to a wide range of creative, intellectual, or artistic forms, or works

  • R.G Anand vs M/S. Delux Films & Ors

    Supreme Court of India  Year : 1978
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