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Patents law for Pharmaceutical Innovation

The Patents Act of 1970 set up a procedure patent system in India's pharmaceutical and agro-compound segments. The 1994 arrangements acknowledged India's possible move in January 2005, to a full item patent system in all Indian financial areas, including pharmaceuticals and agro-synthetic compounds. Pharmaceutical innovations has profited by a [...]

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“Reprehensible” and “I CAN’T BREATHE” – GEORGE FLOYD trademark applications filed

In a month marked by protests following the death of US citizen George Floyd, there were two trademark applications in the European Union and United Kingdom for the term GEORGE FLOYD. In the US, applications have also been filed for I CAN’T BREATHE – words that Floyd repeated before his [...]

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Copyright Infringement

Telegram Sued by Danik Jagran on Copyright Infringement

Telegram, a generally utilized texting stage is in a copyright soup under the steady gaze of the Delhi High Court, concerning the flow of 'e-papers' or advanced renditions of papers, through open Telegram Channels and other on the application. On May 29, 2020, Justice Mukta Gupta gave a transitory order [...]

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Online Brand Protection
Online Brand Protection

Tackling the counterfeit products online

E-commerce is the buying and selling of products and services, or the transmitting of funds or associated data, over the Internet. These business transactions occur either business-to-business, business-to-consumer, consumer-to-consumer, or consumer-to-business. It is estimated that there are about 20 million e-commerce stores selling products on the internet around the world [...]

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First COVID-19 vaccine candidate COVAXIN from India gets DCGI approval for human trials

India's first antibody up-and-comer against the novel coronavirus, COVAXIN, has gotten a gesture from the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) for additional clinical preliminaries Phase I and 2 in tainted individuals. The antibody is a work in progress by Hyderbad-based biotechnology firm Bharat Biotech as a team with [...]

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Storage of goods by individuals can constitute a trademark use in the EU

The European Court has ruled in the case C‑772/18 which concerns the following background: On 4 April 2011 B, a characteristic individual inhabitant in Finland, got from China a transfer of 150 metal balls saying something absolute 710 kg, utilized as extra parts in transmission instruments, generators and motors and in the [...]

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