The Bridge to India- The potential of the recent PPH agreement

With the announcement of the Bilateral Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) Programme between the Indian Patent Office under the Controller General of Patents, Design and Trade Marks (CGPDTM) and the Japan Patent Office (JPO), the floodgates to investments and financing in India has opened opportunities beyond borders.

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WEEKLY(IP)DATE-November 2019,Week 4

This week, Intellectual Property welcomes development and change in most fronts of the field. Let's see what it has up its sleeve. 

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WEEKLY(IP)DATE-November 2019, Week 3

The Intellectual Property news this week has been quite interesting, with big names - companies and people alike, fighting battles to protect their Intellectual Property rights. Let's quickly check out what's brewing.

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WEEKLY(IP)DATE-November 2019,Week 2

'Justice and its adversaries' can be the tagline for this week's Intellectual Property news. Let's see what is brewing.

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WEEKLY(IP)DATE- November 2019, Week 1

This week has seen news of positive nature which does seem to have a social appeal -giving society more faith in justice. Let's see whats unraveled. 

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WEEKLY(IP)DATE- October 2019, Week 4

This week has seen very novel and just happenings in the field of Intellectual Property. Let's unravel the news update.

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WEEKLY(IP)DATE- October 2019, Week 3

This week's Intellectual Property news highlights, the difference in the levels of sensitivity among Courts and companies alike, in terms of using and respecting Intellectual Property. Let's see what the developments are.

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Trademarks- A sanctioned vent of cultural appropriation-II

While trademark is meant for a dual function of identifying and distinguishing from others, public interest and community sentiments have also been taken into consideration in trademark law.

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WEEKLY(IP)DATE- October 2019, Week 2

This week's Intellectual Property news highlights, the difference in the levels of sensitivity among Courts and companies alike, in terms of using and respecting Intellectual Property. Let's see what the developments are.

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The Right to be Forgotten

Privacy law was seen in a new light in two landmark judgements given by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). The judgements will act as a significant precedent when it comes to shaping of Indian legislations and case law on the issue of privacy, which is why it is important to understand its direction.

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