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Rights and Liabilities of Third Party in Motor Insurance

A. Introduction to Third Party Insurance terms Insurance is a contract whereby one party agrees to compensate the loss or discharge the liability of another person. And in case of motor insurance in India, this also includes the loss suffered by third person. Motor insurance and all third-party rights and liabilities with respect to it … Continue reading Rights and Liabilities of Third Party in Motor Insurance

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Covid-19 And IBC: Unfolding The Loopholes In The Recent Amendments

In the past four months Covid-19 is the primary reason for economic instability and uncertainty for business and companies globally, Indian companies are no exception. There is no legislation in India that is left unaffected. The government has taken measures to curb the problems in order to handle the unforeseen problems that every sector of … Continue reading Covid-19 And IBC: Unfolding The Loopholes In The Recent Amendments

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IPR In Development Of Software Technology And Industry

Intellectual property rights provide for the foundation of the software industry. The law offers different methods for shielding rights of ownership based on their type. There are essentially four kinds of property rights relevant to software: patents, copyrights, trade secrets and trademarks. Each affords a distinct form of legal protection. Patents, copyrights and trade secrets … Continue reading IPR In Development Of Software Technology And Industry

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Global Scenario on Wireless Charging Technology

With growing users and demand of consumer electronics, smart-wearables, electric vehicles Internet-of-Things (IoT) and Internet-of-Everything (IoET), need for powering such devices and a need for hassle free charging has to keep pace with such fast growth. This article focusses on wireless charging and how it is evolving. “Wireless Charging” is the process of electrically charging … Continue reading Global Scenario on Wireless Charging Technology

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Deceptive Similarity In Trade Marks With Respect To Medicinal Products Has A Threatening Effect – A Brief Overview

A Trade Mark is essentially adopted to advertise one’s product and to make it known to the purchaser. It attempts to portray the nature and, if possible, the quality of the product and over a period of time, the trade mark may become popular. It is usually at that stage that other people are tempted … Continue reading Deceptive Similarity In Trade Marks With Respect To Medicinal Products Has A Threatening Effect – A Brief Overview

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Value Estimation of Intellectual Property: Techniques, Methods and Parameters

Introduction The concept of Intellectual Property (IP) has not evolved over a decade rather, the origins of Intellectual Property can be traced back to the year 1623 when the British Law: Statute of Monopolies came into existence. Since then, the concept of Intellectual Property has grown significantly. The protection of ideas and inventions generated by … Continue reading Value Estimation of Intellectual Property: Techniques, Methods and Parameters

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Record Ten Patent Applications Filed In A Day By Our Client

Our client, Dr. Shirish Yograj Khedikar, scientist at Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Pune, recently filed a record ten (10) patent applications in a single day with the Indian Patent Office.The inventions relate to various fields of application solving day-to-day problems. Dr. Khedikar is extremely fond of innovating and being associated with IMD presented him a … Continue reading Record Ten Patent Applications Filed In A Day By Our Client

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Intellectual Property (IP) Licensing Laws In Thailand

The word Intellectual Property (IP) signifies the creations of the human mind. For instance, literary and artistic works; inventions; designs; symbols, names and images used in commercial ventures. Even though, Intellectual Property is an extremely powerful tool for economic development and wealth creation, it is not yet being used to its maximum potential in all … Continue reading Intellectual Property (IP) Licensing Laws In Thailand

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Israel Issuing Compulsory License During The Time Of Covid 19 Pandemic

COVID-19 Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) is the name given to the 2019 novel coronavirus. COVID-19 (Corona Virus Disease 2019) is  the name given to the disease related to the virus. COVID 19 is a new sort of virus belonging to the family of corona viruses, that has not been previously identified in humans. COVID 19 was first identified in China in December 2019 … Continue reading Israel Issuing Compulsory License During The Time Of Covid 19 Pandemic

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Character Merchandising, Through Trademark Licensing

Character merchandising promotes a character, fictional or real, through portraying its essential personality features, such as its appearance, sound, image or name by way of various goods or services. Merchandising is regarded as lawful when it is exploited either by the owner himself or through operation of law or by way of an assignment or … Continue reading Character Merchandising, Through Trademark Licensing

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