Trademark

Jaguar Land Rover Loses Trademark Battle Over Defender SUV

Jaguar Land Rover lost a U.K. court offer to get the trademark rights for the state of its famous Defender SUV, liberating tycoon Jim Ratcliffe's Ineos Group to proceed with the Grenadier rough terrain vehicle. A London court on Monday excused an intrigue by JLR, possessed by India's Tata [...]

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PATENT LAWS IN SRI LANKA

Patent legalization in Sri Lanka can be followed by the previous long stretches of this century. the essential hypothesis of the patent framework is basic also, sensible. It is alluring in the open intrigue that mechanical procedure thought to be improved. It supports exploration and development, it prompts a [...]

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Protecting Intangible Asset In Bangladesh

Laws on Protecting Intangible Asset In Bangladesh

IP framework history of Bangladesh Patents, Designs, and Trademarks Act of 1883 were the first enactment found to secure intellectual property in Bangladesh. Notwithstanding, it was canceled, and the new Patents and Designs Act of 1911 and the Trademarks Act of 1940 were established individually. At that point, in 2003, [...]

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Hurdle-full Path of Claims Amendments in India

Hurdle-full Path of Claims Amendments in India

Changes to patent applications are a standard component of patent indictment around the world. From requiring the title to adjust with claims in India, to amending the entire description in Europe, various countries law has their own prerequisites. Nonetheless, since claims decide the estimation of a patent, it is [...]

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Impact of Patent Laws on Economic Growth of India

Introduction Assurance of Patent is playing a significant role in India. Few decades back, various changes have been made to guideline and policy of IP in India to shield the licensed innovation for example patent, trademark, copyright, plan and topographical sign. India consented to the TRIPS arrangement in the year [...]

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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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