Tag: IPR

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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Arbitrations Relating to Intellectual Property Rights: The Singapore Regime

Through this article, we will shed light upon settlement of IPR related disputes through arbitration under the Singapore legal regime, by peeking into Part IXA of the Singapore Arbitration Act and Part IIA of the International Arbitration Act, introduced by way of Intellectual Property (Dispute Resolution) Act 2019. The resolution of IPR disputes through arbitration, … Continue reading Arbitrations Relating to Intellectual Property Rights: The Singapore Regime

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Mr. Tarun Khurana (Founding Partner at Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys) shared his views on various topics at Indian National Bar Association (INBA)

To mark the occasion of 69th Constitution Day of India the Indian National Bar Association (INBA) organized a special conference in Hotel Shangri-La Eros New Delhi which was attended by luminaries across of the Legal Fraternity , this conference also had a Award Ceremony which was blessed with the presence Hon’ble Justice Jayant Nath from Delhi … Continue reading Mr. Tarun Khurana (Founding Partner at Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys) shared his views on various topics at Indian National Bar Association (INBA)

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Evolution of Intellectual Property Protection in Myanmar

On February 15, Upper house (Amyothar Hluttaw) Parliament of the Union of Myanmar adopted Trademark and Geographical Indication Bill, Industrial Design Bill, Patent Bill and Copyright Bill. Amendments were made in Copyright bill by Lower house (Pyithu Hluttaw) which was returned to Upper house on Sept. 12. The approval process of the same is now … Continue reading Evolution of Intellectual Property Protection in Myanmar

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Fashion & Intellectual Property

“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” – Coco Chanel Fashion industry is at an all-time high and the present size of the market is a $US1 Billion. Many established players together … Continue reading Fashion & Intellectual Property

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Growing efficiency of Patent Prosecution in India – Comparative Study (2015 through 2017)

Patents have been a very functional and important aspect of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs). They are also one of the oldest laws of IPR that have been prevalent in India since 1856. However, after lot of repeals and amendments, the final draft was introduced as Patent Act, 1970, which came into force in 1972. This … Continue reading Growing efficiency of Patent Prosecution in India – Comparative Study (2015 through 2017)

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Role Of IPR In The Fashion Industry

The Indian Fashion Market is booming across continents. At the heart of fashion are designs, innovation and unique trends. Fashion is not only restricted to apparels but also extends largely to luxurious goods and products. Each year the fashion hub produces a whole new collection of designs which needs to be protected and regulated by … Continue reading Role Of IPR In The Fashion Industry

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First time in India – Free IPR Clinic for Indian Startups – by Khurana & Khurana Advocates & IP Attorney

Even though Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), Innovation and knowledge protection is emerging to be a key driver in businesses, very few startups have the proper information and understanding of IPR, let alone the approach to forming an optimal IPR strategy for their business.  Thus, as a leader and torch bearer in the IPR services Industry, … Continue reading First time in India – Free IPR Clinic for Indian Startups – by Khurana & Khurana Advocates & IP Attorney

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Competition Law and IPR- Friends or Foes?

An intellectual property right holder is granted legal rights to protect his intellectual property- here is where competition law plays a huge role by ensuring that such power and monopoly is restricted in the market. Both intellectual property rights and competition law have co-existed separately and peacefully since a number of years. It was later … Continue reading Competition Law and IPR- Friends or Foes?

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Practice Pointer: Form 27 Requirement in India (Statement Regarding the Working/Non-Working of Issued Patents)

It is needless to say that one core mandate of protecting one’s intellectual property is to promote the progress of science for the benefit of humankind. At the same time, it is also important to ensure that a patentee’s right of excluding others from making, selling, using, offering to sell, and importing the protected subject … Continue reading Practice Pointer: Form 27 Requirement in India (Statement Regarding the Working/Non-Working of Issued Patents)

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