Month: May 2020

Covid-19 & Competition Act Of India

About Competition What does one understand by the word “Competition”? In common man’s language competition in the market would refer to rivalry between 2 entities selling similar products and/or services with the goal of achieving revenue, profit and market share. Thus it ensures that the entities involved with similar products compete on merits and not … Continue reading Covid-19 & Competition Act Of India

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The IP Dilemma in Un-Authorized use of Video Games

E-sport is considered as one of the most revolutionary introduction to sports in recent history. It’s not just a different set of rules, but also an amalgamation of the elements of skill and strategy of the physical world and technology’s virtual reality. A video game essentially has a bundle of intellectual property rights and contractual … Continue reading The IP Dilemma in Un-Authorized use of Video Games

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Voluntary Licensing Agreements for Remdesivir

Gliead is rapidly working to fight with this outbreak of novel COVID-19. Remdesivir is a potential drug for the treatment for COVID-19. Remdesivir has formally not been approved as treatment of COVID-19. USA is using appropriate authorities for the investigation of the drug. That there are multiple clinical trials going on check safety and efficiency … Continue reading Voluntary Licensing Agreements for Remdesivir

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Legal Maxims Used By Courts in India

A legal maxim is an established principle or proposition of law or a legal policy usually stated in Latin form. Most of these Latin maxims originated from the Medieval era in the European states that used Latin as their legal language. These principles guide Courts all over the world in applying the existing laws in … Continue reading Legal Maxims Used By Courts in India

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Digital Work Culture And Its Security- Where We Stand!!!

It is one thing for an organization to allow its employees to work from home on an emergency situation and its whole lot of other thing to completely shift the work base to a work from home culture when the emergency is not going to vanish anytime soon. Such is today’s time in pandemic where … Continue reading Digital Work Culture And Its Security- Where We Stand!!!

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Compendium on Landmark Cases- Trademark

The Indian Trade Mark Jurisprudence has continued its rapid development, chalking out many important milestones. With an increase in the number of litigations, the India judiciary as made immense contribution to the trade mark ecosystem by way of many notable judgements and diversity of trade mark cases. This Compendium is an attempt to highlight the … Continue reading Compendium on Landmark Cases- Trademark

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Telemedicine & Law – An Indian Perspective

Telemedicine basically means “healing at a distance”. It is great for both patients and medical assistance provider. That there is no one definitive definition of telemedicine – a 2007 study found 104 peer-reviewed definitions of the word – the World Health Organization has adopted the following broad description: INTRODUCTION: OVERVIEW OF TELEMEDICINE “The delivery of … Continue reading Telemedicine & Law – An Indian Perspective

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How to Acquire Permission to Use “Make in India Logo”

Launch of ‘Make in India’(hereinafter referred to as “MII”) Campaign on 25th of September 2014 was a national program launch by the Government of India, which intended to facilitate investment, foster innovation, enhance skill development and protect Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) of the manufacturing industry. One primary objective of this industry was to be able … Continue reading How to Acquire Permission to Use “Make in India Logo”

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Schemes, Policies And Programmes For Patent Facilitation

INTRODUCTION With the advent of intellectual property regime in India, Central Government and State Government both have initiated the schemes, policies and programmes for increasing awareness for the Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) and extend assistance to the educational institutions, government organizations, start-upsetc in protecting their intellectual property work across the country. Some of these schemes … Continue reading Schemes, Policies And Programmes For Patent Facilitation

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Masakali 2.0 And Many More…: Copyright Infringement In Indian Film Industry Continues

The current trend of recreating songs and movies in Indian film industry has brought up a flood of incidents of copyright infringements in India. The most recent incident being the release of Masakali 2.0, song which has been recreated and composed by Tanishq Bagchi without the consent of its original owners. Its original version, Masakali … Continue reading Masakali 2.0 And Many More…: Copyright Infringement In Indian Film Industry Continues

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