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ALL ABOUT DESIGN REGISTRATION AND ITS PROCESS

The Indian market is filled with counterfeit (brand logo and label) and knockoff (design) products which are copies of original fashion designs. The various laws under the IPR regime which protect these designs are: 1. DESIGNS ACT,2003 A design to be registered within the ambit of Sec 2(d) of the Act has to satisfy certain conditions such as: 1. Originality 2. No public disclosure in any part of the world in a tangible form prior to filling for registration (Trademark Registration

Documents Required for Trademark Registration in India

A trademark is one of the components of Intellectual Property Right and is designated by the symbol TM or ® or mark is a distinctive sign or indicator of some kind which is used by an individual, business organization or other legal entity to distinguish their product and services from others in the market. A trademark can be a name, word, phrase, logo, symbol, design, image, or a combination of these elements. Any person who claims to be a trademark owner

The Overlapping Runway Of Fashion And Intellectual Property Law

India as a country has seen a tremendous influx of fashion brands gaining recognition in the recent times as the purchasing power of this consumer driven economy has increased. This has inspired many small scale and local designers to en-cash upon their designs and generate revenue through creation of exclusive products for their target consumers. However a parallel economy of imitated and copied products has developed at the same time, considering that designer wear is not very easily accessible to everyone
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Analysing the Indian Trademark System

If you’re an entrepreneur or a general legal consultant or a reader who wishes to know about the Intellectual Property Rights in India, then this article may be helpful for you. Here you will get a brief intro and facts related to the Indian Trademark System. The trademark system in India is governed under the TradeMark Act, 1999, where its prime objective is to register and protect the trademark for goods and services. In the context of intellectual property rights in
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Unique Patent Law Provisions in India

We always encounter the term “Patent” and its law, but most of us are not aware of the same. In the contemporary scenario, many countries are very strict about the patent’s rights. In the context of India, some unique patent laws in India have been implemented. Therefore we must know the patent law in India. The concept of patent in India has its own historical background. The duration of patent grant in India is 20 years, and it means a lot
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How to avoid copyright infringement: A brief about Copyright Law

If you’re an author, singer, music composer or artist then you should be aware of the copyright laws. Copyright is one of the intellectual property rights that offer you authorship for your original work -like a literary work, movie, song or software. These rights also allow you the right to reproduce the work, to distribute the work copy, and to perform it on the public domain. Meanwhile, copyright law protects all your hard work and help you to earn a profit

How Patents Protect Your Business? Get patent protection for your business

Do you have an Idea, Product, or New Technology? And you’re worried about its strong protection. Then you might be confused, what to do? Here we will explore how you can achieve immunity ( patent protection in India) against any kind of idea stealing. When you’re in business then at every stage of business you need secrecy and security to protect your idea, product or any sort of technology or invention. The Patent might be a good option for you. Let’s

How to register Trademark for your brand in India

Brand! Itself defines your identity everywhere in the global market. And it takes a great deal of hard work and resources for building a brand value. Therefore, it’s good to ensure that you’ve complete rights over the ownership of using the logo, slogan, color combination, sounds, packaging or anything else which makes your brand a distinct identity.  The Trade Marks Act 1999 allows registration and better protection of trademarks for goods and services and to prevent its misuse. It’s really a
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Copyright Registration Process – Protect your Creativity

We generally encounter with the term “Copyright”, but do we know what is this? And what’s the purpose of copyright protection? Now let’s go with some detailed discussion. Copyright is a kind of intellectual property right that allows the owner of a work to copy or reproduce the work or grant permission to another to do so. If anyone infringed copyright, the owner is legally authorized to file a case against the culprit. It produces fruitful results for artists, performers, architects,

The Future of Intellectual Property in Virtual Reality

Since last few years, we’re hearing about Virtual Reality (VR) – an innovative technology that is transforming the way of how we deal with graphics also adding a next generation viewing experience for the users. Also , it’s one of the most discussed & Trending  concepts in today’s technological world. Whenever we see a virtual reality movie or video we feel awesome experience which is completely different from the real world scenario. Virtual reality headset, equipments and software have the potential

 

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