Month: July 2018

Crash Course For Cracking Patent Agent Examination (PAE) 2018

IIPRD, along with Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys (K&K) has decided to play a supportive role in supporting the prospective candidates for patent agents in their pursuit for success in the upcoming Indian Patent Examination to be held on October 28th, 2018 by preparing the candidates exhaustively and comprehensively with regard to every … Continue reading Crash Course For Cracking Patent Agent Examination (PAE) 2018

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Significance of Universities in Filing Patent Application

Universities and Institutes are considered to be the most important foundation for growth of any country. It is the place where most of the basic research is carried out, giving way to inventions. As Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)act as a shield to such invention from being misused by third parties, and help in commercialization of … Continue reading Significance of Universities in Filing Patent Application

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Case summary of “Cabell v. Zorro Productions, Inc.”

BRIEF INSIGHT INTO THE DISPUTE: Introduction: This case is a result of copyright infringement of a musical based on the story of Zorro.The character of Zorro originally was developed by Johnst McCulley which was further adapted in stories. All of the stories are part of public domain. Cabell (hereinafter “the plaintiff”) made a musical based … Continue reading Case summary of “Cabell v. Zorro Productions, Inc.”

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Too General To Be Trademark-Able: A “Cocky” Debate

There have been plethora of cases in India and abroad that discuss the menace caused due to monopolization of general English terms in course of business. The argument given by the proprietors is that to get a trademark over a name, it is important that the name is arbitrary and it does not describe the … Continue reading Too General To Be Trademark-Able: A “Cocky” Debate

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