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Licensing Medicine, Trademark Infringement & Passing Off, Designs Act 1911 & the Designs Act 2000, Patent Law

Comparative Advertising laws, Whether Patent Law Protects Biotechnological Inventions, Intellectual Property, Protecting Trade Marks, Juvenile Justice, Does perfume smell have its own copyright, Patentability

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Comparative Advertising laws
This article attempts to address the concept of comparative advertising, within the domain of intellectual property law, studying the various components involved, statutory enactments and stands taken by the courts of law in India and abroad, honest and unfair practices involved in CA, and finally, a comparative analysis of laws of other countries, thereby bringing to light the ambiguity and lack of comprehensive laws in India.- - Rashi & Yamini - Added Date: 29 Feb 2008

Copyright Law in India
Under section 13 of the Copyright Act 1957, copyright protection is conferred on literary works, dramatic works, musical works, artistic works, cinematograph films and sound recording - - Mahendra Kumar Sunkar - Added Date: 20 Mar 2008

Licensing and Access to Medicine in Developing Countries
In this paper we argue that compulsory licensing is a fundamental tool that developing countries may use in certain conditions to ensure that poor people have access to necessary medicines. This measure may produce positive social effects. - - Varun Maheshwari & Rahul Chaursia - Added Date: 11 Apr 2008

Trademark Infringement & Passing Off
A trademark can be used for identifying and distinguishing a particular seller’s goods from others. Trademark also shows the origin of the goods - - Avinash Gadhre - Added Date: 11 Jun 2008

Using Manufacturer Trademarks on Compatible Consumables
As awareness of protecting the environment increases, recycling or reuse of goods and resources is also on the rise, which is highly beneficial to the environment. Consumers - - Poorvi Chothani - Added Date: 31 Oct 2008

Designs Act 1911 & the Designs Act 2000
The article does a detailed comparison between the act of 1911 and the act of 2000 with the help of relevant case laws. Specific emphasis has been laid on the reasons which brought about the need for the new act - - Reshma Abraham - Added Date: 23 Nov 2008

Whether Patent Law Protects Biotechnological Inventions
When biotechnology and patent law came parallel, again there was controversy which is still continuing. Whether plant, animal or human has to be made subject of research, ethics would always question such work - - Bhumika Sharma - Added Date: 10 Jan 2009

Patentability Criteria
Considering the fact that nowadays ,more and more people are applying their intellect skills in making new inventions in any field of art, which are very useful to the general community - - Rishab Jain - Added Date: 10 Feb 2009

Competition Law and Intellectual Property Laws
The Government of India in pursuit of increasing the economic efficiency of the country acknowledged the Liberalization Privatization Globalization (LPG) era by liberalizing the economy and reducing governmental control. - - Poorvi & Madhooja - Added Date: 21 Feb 2009

Does perfume smell have its own copyright
I am presently indulged in doing my internship with India’s leading entertainment industry in its legal cell. - - Pooja Vatsh - Added Date: 28 Feb 2009

Protecting Domain Names as Trade Marks
EasyGroup IP Licensing Limited applied in the U.K. to register the trade mark EASY.COM in association with a wide range of services including advertising - - Prashant Katara - Added Date: 28 Feb 2009

Juvenile Justice-A Comparative Study with U.K
The minors were exempted from the punishments and the fines because there had to be a difference in the level of understanding of a 8 year old and an 18 year old. - - Ayushi Mittal - Added Date: 16 Mar 2009

Protecting Trade Marks
India has seen a rapid growth in its economic structure and one of the major reason being the global presence of the India companies and therefore it becomes utmost important to protect their ‘trademarks’ internationally. - - Abhijit Mukherjee - Added Date: 31 Mar 2009

Challenges to India Patent Regime
The significance of these rights can be observed by the various upcoming legislations in India and in International Arena to regulate the use and safeguard these patent rights and other IPRs. - - Arvind Thapliyal - Added Date: 23 Apr 2009

Intellectual Property
Intellectual properties are the creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, and the symbols, names, and designs used in commerce. - - Ravee Tanta - Added Date: 23 Apr 2009


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