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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
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Patent Your College Project? Meet Ms. Rashmi Mahesh. She is a mechanical engineering student at the prestigious St. Esprance College of Engineering. As a part of her curriculum, she had to prepare a project.
Seems like frogs are now battling out in IP law! Just kidding! Before you panic, let me tell you that this is the latest case to come up in trademark infringement and involves the
A recent report stated that almost 97% of all patents never make any money! Shocking, isn’t it? Unfortunately, this is the truth. Though most inventors invent stuff with the aim of reaping some economic