Compulsory Licensing in Copyright

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A license is the transfer of an interest in a copyright. In a license, the rights granted are limited. A grant of a license to a person authorizes the licensee to use the copyrighted work witho...

Defences against infringement of Intellectual Property Law

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Intellectual property (IP) is a kind of property that includes hypothetical and intangible creations of a human intellect. There are many types of intellectual property laws and some of the man...

Copyright In E-Publishing And The Development In Indian Copyright Law

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From drawings on cave walls, to pages and scrolls, to palm leaves, to the first book being written on paper in China, to Johannes Gutenburg's invention of the Printing Press, to the current wor...

Requirement Of Medicines For A National Medical Emergency Is Not A Defence To...

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In the matter of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. v. Cipla Limited [O.A.Nos.281, 282 and 283 of 2021], a single judge (C. Saravanan, J.) of the High Court of Judicature at Madras vide an orde...

Whether Development of Green IP Will Promote Environmental Sustainability in ...

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The term Green IP refers to the protection of innovations in the field of green technology. It is a concept which entails the legal protection of innovations which may prove helpful to the envi...

Protection of Trade Secrets vis-à-vis Advancement of Privacy Laws and Artifi...

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The TRIPS Agreement enjoys the status of being the first international agreement to explicitly protect trade secrets as a form of Intellectual Property.  The backbone of any business most ...

Trademark And Process of Renewal of Trademark

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What is a Trademark?A trademark (also written trade mark or trade-mark) could be a form of belongings consisting of a recognizable sign, design, or expression which identifies products or servi...

Compulsory Licensing of vaccine amid covid-19 in India

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The era of COVID-19 has posed a challenge to the pharmaceutical industry- both in terms of prices of medicines and shortage of vaccines. Recently, a 3 judge bench of Supreme Court of India took...

Infringement Of Intellectual Property Rights In Cyber Space With Reference To...

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We see many technologies or art facts in our day to day lives that are essentially the product of the mind/intellect and therefore warrant legal protection as any other property. Intellectual p...

Trademark Laws in India and International Treaties for Trademark

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IntroductionIn the era of competitive businesses, every company wants to distinguish goods or products of a company from those of other companies by using a trademark, which is nothing but a distin...