Month: June 2022

Version Music- An Aversion To Copyright Law?

A cover version, also known as a cover song, remake, revival, or simply cover, is a fresh performance or recording of a song by an artist who is not the original singer or composer. For example, we often associate ‘Girls Just Want to Have Fun’ with Cyndi Lauper, but it was really written and recorded … Continue reading Version Music- An Aversion To Copyright Law?

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Loui Vuitton : In Charge Of 18,000 Intellectual Property Rights

Louis Vuitton Malletier is a French fashion house and one of the most recognisable luxury goods brands in the world. It was awarded the world’s most valuable luxury brand for six consecutive years (2006-2012), topping even Chanel, Gucci, and Dior. Louis Vuitton began the company in 1854 as a luggage manufacturer, but it was his … Continue reading Loui Vuitton : In Charge Of 18,000 Intellectual Property Rights

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Levi Strauss And Co. Vs. Imperial Online Services Private Limited

Intellectual property protection is important for fostering innovation. Without protecting the innovations, businesses may not be able to reap the full benefits of their ideas. Companies has started to use different IP to protect their innovations to differentiate their products from others and to avoid infringement of their innovations. In today’s time the risk of … Continue reading Levi Strauss And Co. Vs. Imperial Online Services Private Limited

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Avoiding Copyright Infringement Of Music At Commercial Spaces

Music can evoke emotions and feelings and it creates a soothing experience, music has the ability to make a person happy and so commercial space has started using this music for their commercial purpose so that they could create a decent ambience and attract people to its places. Everyone would like to go to a … Continue reading Avoiding Copyright Infringement Of Music At Commercial Spaces

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Regulatory And Legislative Realm Of Generic Drugs In India And Abroad

The importance of Intellectual Property Rights in the 21st century cannot be more emphasised.  The concept of asset fencing, to secure the Intellectual Property is echoing every corner of the world. Pharmaceutical industry is no exception to it, and hence there is a whispered use of IPR in this area, with wide range of controversial … Continue reading Regulatory And Legislative Realm Of Generic Drugs In India And Abroad

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IP Regime With Respect To Access To Health Care In Public Health Emergencies

Lives have moved ahead a million squares in the time span of a few decades. Advancement of  Science and Technology has revealed a new essence to the world. However, even though progress in all spheres has greatly improved the quality of human life, certain ancillary outcomes have been highly undesirable. In a rat race of … Continue reading IP Regime With Respect To Access To Health Care In Public Health Emergencies

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Trademark Objections Reasons And Response

Filing for a trademark can be a tedious process and if not done in a proper manner, it can lead to several objections to the application. A Trademark Officer is the one who can object to the trademark application. After receiving the application for Trademark registration, a Trademark Officer can raise objections due to several … Continue reading Trademark Objections Reasons And Response

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Impact Of Compulsory Licensing On Music Rights Under Copyright Law

India is a vast country with many different cultures. In India, people follow a variety of traditions, cultures, and religions. Music has long played a significant role in Indian culture. Music in India may be traced from the prehistoric era to the current era, which we commonly associate with film music. Music is an important … Continue reading Impact Of Compulsory Licensing On Music Rights Under Copyright Law

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Musical Work Used Commercially And Its Licensing Requirements

You cannot play music for your employees or the public in an office or shop or any commercial spaces, no matter what the medium is (phone system, radio, and disc, TV, or Bluetooth speakers). Business organizations or Entities that are interested in having singers sing or perform in their premises for any purpose need to … Continue reading Musical Work Used Commercially And Its Licensing Requirements

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Biotechnological Patenting And Traditional Knowledge

Any biotechnological innovation is the creation of a person’s intellect. A patent is an exclusive right to abstain a third party from creating or taking benefits of one’s invention and includes the right to license others to make, use, or sell it. The paramount objective according to labour theory as propounded by John Locke is … Continue reading Biotechnological Patenting And Traditional Knowledge

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