Tag: IPR

The Impact of IPR on Biodiversity

Introduction to Biodiversity Biodiversity in simple terms is referred to as the living variety of plant and animal life in a particular habitat. It is all the different kinds of living plants and animals present in an area. The variety of animals, fungi, plants, or even small microorganisms like bacteria completes our natural world. Each … Continue reading The Impact of IPR on Biodiversity

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Safeguarding The Cover, Not The Book: Understanding, By Case Laws, The Theory Of Trademark Dilution

INTRODUCTION Good Biscuits & Bad Biscuits Say, for example, that you like biscuits from brand A. You buy them because they taste good. Now, brand D, knowing the popularity of brand A’s biscuits, releases their product whose packaging and design are similar to that of brand A, and since they look alike, you (and a … Continue reading Safeguarding The Cover, Not The Book: Understanding, By Case Laws, The Theory Of Trademark Dilution

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Fraud In Obtaining Patent And Revocation

A patent (defined in section 2(1) (m)) is a type of intellectual property that gives its owner the legal right to exclude others from making, using or selling an invention for a limited period of time in exchange for disclosure of an invention that meets the criteria of global novelty, non-obviousness and industrial use. During … Continue reading Fraud In Obtaining Patent And Revocation

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Supreme Court And Copyright- One Step Forward Two Steps Back?

Putting an end to the long-conflicted opinion of the judiciary on the scope of Section 63 of the Copyright Act, 1957, the Supreme Court, on 20th of May 2022 in the case of M/s Knit Pro International vs The State of NCT of Delhi & Anr held that offences under the said section are cognizable … Continue reading Supreme Court And Copyright- One Step Forward Two Steps Back?

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Artificial Intelligence as an Inventor in Patent Law

Artificial Intelligence (hereinafter “AIs”) is a computer science discipline focused on developing machinery and systems with the ability to perform tasks attributable to human intelligence. From a patent law perspective, AIs were considered incapable of facilitating inventive processes autonomously and the permitted arena was limited to ‘AI-assisted inventions. With technological advancement, AIs can not only … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence as an Inventor in Patent Law

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Web 3.0 & the Transformation Of Intellectual Property Ownership

Recently, the entertainment industry has shifted its focus to prosper on Web3, with well-known franchises like Marvel and Forbes expanding over the latest version of the web. However, the beginning of this transformation has not been without its complications. With the industryI still in its early days, there are several challenges to be worked out … Continue reading Web 3.0 & the Transformation Of Intellectual Property Ownership

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Patent Registration & Copyright Protection For Software Piracy In Saudi Arabia (Dubai)

Copyright Protection For Software Piracy By  Best Patent Attorney IIPRD In Saudi Arabia (Dubai): Software piracy, often known as software license violation, is the unauthorized use, distribution, exploitation, and/or reproduction of copyrighted software without permission. With the rapid advancement of technology, it is critical for an economy to be able to secure software developers’ rights … Continue reading Patent Registration & Copyright Protection For Software Piracy In Saudi Arabia (Dubai)

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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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Patent Policy In Medical Terms | Understanding The Relationship Between Medical Procedures and Patent Policy

Understanding The Relationship Between Medical Procedures and Patent Policy In Medical Terms. For many years, medical processes and their patentability have been a source of debate. In practise, the patentability of medical processes has become increasingly important in the previous 40 years. According to legal experts in the United States, about 15 medical processes are patented … Continue reading Patent Policy In Medical Terms | Understanding The Relationship Between Medical Procedures and Patent Policy

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CRISPR Patent Process And Its Applicability In The Covid Era

INTRODUCTION CRISPR technology is a targeted technique that allows researchers to modify genomes with unprecedented precision, efficiency, and flexibility. This technology is at the heart of a true biotechnology revolution, with huge implications for health, agriculture, and a variety of other sectors. On October 7, 2020, Professors Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna were awarded the … Continue reading CRISPR Patent Process And Its Applicability In The Covid Era

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