Copyright protects the right of the creator on his tangible work to specifically copy or reproduce or publish the work for monetary gains or otherwise. It doesn’t specifically require registration of the copyright. It
Most business owners are unaware about the most valuable asset of their business. It is their brand name under which the existence and goodwill of their business completely depends. The marketplace is overcrowded and capturing
Under the Indian Patents Act 1970, third parties are given an opportunity to file oppositions against the grant of any patent. There is a specific duration specified in the act for the same. Section
Spoof: a humorous imitation of something, typically a film or a particular genre of film, in which its characteristic features are exaggerated for comic effect. Parody: an imitation of the style of a particular
In the year 1957, the Government of India commissioned a certain Mr. Sehgal to create a bronze mural for the Vigyan Bhavan, the most prominent International Convention Hall in Delhi. The bronze sculpture in
The ever increasing competition in the business world compels corporations and businesses to be distinct; to stand out in order to garner a larger consumer base. Apart from huge investments in advertising and attractive
What is passing off? Passing off is a remedy for the enforcement of unregistered trademark rights. The law of passing off prevents one trader from misrepresenting goods or services as being the goods and
Rectification is the legal procedure to correct or rectify an error or an omission that has been made in the details of a trademark as recorded in the trademark register, after the trademark registration.