Month: April 2022

IPR in Bazaar: Finding the Right Balance

It’s an overly common practice by manufacturers/advertisers/vendors in local market retail outlets to put up popular celebrities photos/images in packaging of non-branded products. It is at its peak, particularly during festival of lights, i.e. Diwali. During the festival of lights, it can easily be seen that a lot of fireworks stores sell Diwali crackers with … Continue reading IPR in Bazaar: Finding the Right Balance

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Wearable Technology- Interface Between Patent, Design And Trade Dress

Remember Google Glass back in 2014? It was a device that a person wears like normal glasses. It helped the owner take pictures and videos of everyday surroundings with just a click of a button. Glass is not available today commercially, however it is still available and used in the medical field especially for surgeries. … Continue reading Wearable Technology- Interface Between Patent, Design And Trade Dress

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Copyright Law In India

Elucidating copyright law in layman’s terms, whenever a person produces a unique work, he is inevitably granted the sole ownership of the work, having absolute right over the same. Nevertheless, the owner has the authority to either transfer his rights to any other person or keep the ownership to himself, restricting others from copying or … Continue reading Copyright Law In India

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The Concept Of Patent Mining In India

All prior art relevant to the invention should, ideally, be recognized in order to determine the uniqueness and inventive step of the invention. Due to different constraints such as language, paperwork, and so on, access to the prior art is limited, and it is impossible to uncover all prior art relevant to the innovation. However, … Continue reading The Concept Of Patent Mining In India

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Role of NPEs In Shaping The Wireless Charging Industry

Wireless charging or Non-Contact Power transfer is an interesting technology that dates to the late 19th century when Nikola Tesla demonstrated electricity through the air using magnetic resonant coupling. Though his plans to wirelessly transmit power through the Wardenclyffe tower failed in the early years of the 20th century due to funding and trust issues, a lot of … Continue reading Role of NPEs In Shaping The Wireless Charging Industry

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The Copyright Conundrum In Stand-Up Comedy Scenario In India

Stand-up Comedy is one of the most amazing forms of art to have ever existed. The element of humour is the soul of this marvellous art form, and therefore, it is bound to enthral everyone, or at least almost everyone (there’s always that one person). In India, the Stand-up comedy culture is enjoying its fair … Continue reading The Copyright Conundrum In Stand-Up Comedy Scenario In India

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Computer Programme – Infringement Of Indian Copyright Act 1957

Computer Programme – Infringement of Indian Copyright Act 1957, A computer programme can be defined as the instructions that are given to the computer in order to accomplish the desired outcome. The Indian Copyright Act, 1957 (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”) governs copyright protection in India and extends protection to computer programme under the category … Continue reading Computer Programme – Infringement Of Indian Copyright Act 1957

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Counterfeiting Medicines in India: why is there a need for IPR?

Counterfeit Medicines India and piracy is a massive global problem that affects practically every industry sector on the planet. India is no different, with widespread counterfeiting, piracy, and smuggling having serious economic, health, and safety ramifications in the country. Small businesses buy counterfeit technology or equipment, either deliberately or inadvertently, and incur unplanned costs in … Continue reading Counterfeiting Medicines in India: why is there a need for IPR?

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Crypto Coins and Metaverse: Does the World Need a Sci-Fi Turned Reality?

Crypto Coins and Metaverse: Technological advancements have always been signifying of the boundless dimensions human minds can travel. Being the curious beings we are, humans have never failed to leave a feather untouched or a stone unturned. Be it through years of dedication and hard work or by accident, inventions and discoveries have only pushed … Continue reading Crypto Coins and Metaverse: Does the World Need a Sci-Fi Turned Reality?

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3D Printing In Pharmaceutical Industry

3D Printing In Pharmaceutical Industry: The technology and formulation developed to efficiently transport a pharmacologically active molecule in the body in order to achieve therapeutic efficacy in a safe manner is referred to as drug delivery. Controlling the release profile, which changes the pharmacokinetics of a medicine, can increase the efficiency and safety of a … Continue reading 3D Printing In Pharmaceutical Industry

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