copyright registration



Developing and creating new designs require creativity as well as a monetary investment. Therefore, the individuals expect to have exclusivity over the rights, which are provided by the law. Registration of designs provides exclusive rights over creation to the creator and excludes unauthorized use by third parties. Registration of designs and the procedure to be followed for registration is laid down in Chapter II of the Designs Act, 2000. To get a design registered, an application is made to the Controller


Intellectual Property refers to the works created by the human mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names, and images used in commerce. These intellectual properties are protected in law by means of patent protection, copyright, trademarks, etc. This protection helps the innovators to earn recognition for their work and also earn financial benefits. It also protects copying and infringement of the work. By creating a balance between ideas of the creators and wider public interest, Intellectual

AMUL Canada case

INTRODUCTION: On 22nd June 2021, in what may be termed as a glorious moment of victory on the front of enforcement and guarding of Indian trademark laws and rights, a Canadian court passed a judgment in favor of Kaira District Co-Operative Milk Producers’ Union Limited, India (Amul). The opposite party went by the name of ‘Amul Canada’ and was seen as grossly violating the trademark rights of Kaira District Co-Operative Milk Producers’ Union Limited (hereinafter, Kaira). As we may be aware,


The Intellectual property regime in India provides for protection under the Design Act 2000, the Copyright Act, 1957, and the Geographical Indications of Goods ( Registration & prohibition) Act, 1999. Although there seems to be three distinct legislation, that protects three distinct characteristics in the process & lifetime of the fashion (fashion industry) apparel or the accessory. The artistic work in the sketches of the designs ( as soon as they are reduced to a material tangible medium ) is protected


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