Category: Intellectual Property

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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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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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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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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Intellectual Property And 3D Printing

INTRODUCTION TO 3D PRINTING The process of additive manufacturing/3D printing refers to the building of material, typically layer by layer. The uses of this technology vary from utilitarian purposes to aesthetic and hybrid purposes. In light of the future uses of 3D printing where it may be used for innovation, manufacturing, household purposes, there are … Continue reading Intellectual Property And 3D Printing

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Intellectual Property Tax Regime In India

1.1 INTRODUCTION The relevance of intellectual property as an asset has just surged in the last few decades and has become a strong foot for the economic development of the nations. Reasons like global competition, high innovation risks, short product cycle, need for rapid changes in technology, high investments in R&D, production and marketing & … Continue reading Intellectual Property Tax Regime In India

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Most Common Intellectual Property Rights Problems: Focus On South – East Asia

Intellectual Property (IP) protection is an essential strategy for securing a return on investment in innovation, offering IP owners a competitive edge. SMEs invest a huge amount of time, energy and money related to endeavours in R&D and marketing, yet frequently neglect that, in most countries, the only way to enjoy exclusive rights over their … Continue reading Most Common Intellectual Property Rights Problems: Focus On South – East Asia

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Mike Okada has been Appointed as a New General Counsel and Senior Vice President, IP Licensing & Legal Affairs at Immersion Corporation

Immersion is a leading developer and licensor of the touch feedback technology, also called as haptics. Headquartered in San Jose, California with offices worldwide, Immersion provides with technology solutions for creating mesmeric and realistic experiences that enhance digital interactions by engaging users’ sense of touch. Immersion’s large portfolio of published patents and applications serves as a wide-ranging tutorial to … Continue reading Mike Okada has been Appointed as a New General Counsel and Senior Vice President, IP Licensing & Legal Affairs at Immersion Corporation

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Khurana & Khurana Opens Jalandhar (Punjab) Office

Upon successful practicing in the area of Intellectual Property (IP) and Commercial Litigation over the decade, Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys together with its IP Asset Management Practice, IIPRD, feels immense pleasure to announce the recent opening of its 8th branch in Jalandhar. With years of helping corporates identify, create, protect, promote and … Continue reading Khurana & Khurana Opens Jalandhar (Punjab) Office

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Trade Secret Laws: Need Of An Hour

“Trade secret protection directly addresses the appropriability problem by limiting contracting parties use and dissemination of proprietary information, thereby enhancing incentives to produce valuable information.[i]” When we see the Indian laws there are no such legislations with regard to the same but this concept has been widely discussed around the world. India tried to resolve … Continue reading Trade Secret Laws: Need Of An Hour

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