Focus keyword- Trademark Registration Additional Keyword- Section 18, duration of registration, opposition to registration The Trade Marks Act, 1999 and the Trade Marks Rule, 2015…
Focus keyword- Trademark Registration Additional Keyword- Section 18, duration of registration, opposition to registration The Trade Marks Act, 1999 and the Trade Marks Rule, 2015…View More Procedure for registration of a trademark in India?
A Trademark is a form of Intellectual Property which distinguishes a good or service. It may consist of a sign, symbol, shape, colour, name or any other unique and distinct identification mark that would make a good or service easily differentiable from other commodities. A Trademark provides legal protection from infringement and prevents others from copying the same or creating deceptively similar marks. Trademarks can be owned by an individual, a business organisation or any other legal entity.View More What Trademarks are registrable in India?
his suit was filed by Patel Field Marshal Agencies against the company, P.M. Diesels Ltd. before the Supreme Court. The respondent company owned 3 registered trademarks, the common highlight of which was the phrase “Field Marshals”. The company filed a petition in the Delhi High Court against the appellant company with the claim that they had infringed the trademark and that they had rendered accounts of profits for the mark “Marshal”. In the same suit, they had claimed a permanent injunction to prevent the use of the marks “Patel Field Marshal Agencies” and “Patel Field Marshal Industries” by the appellant company.View More PATEL FIELD-MARSHAL AGENCIES v/s P.M.DIESELS LTD.
Public policy is the action taken by the government for addressing an issue that affects the public at large. It is the result of governmental regulations, laws that affect a group of people. There can be many issues addressed by public policy.View More Public Policy in Arbitration and Conciliation Act
The NRC process was being undertaken by the Supreme Court directly under its supervision, which makes the process entirely trustworthy. But despite being under direct supervision, the Government has developed a means to bypass the main objective of NRC. The Government has amended the Citizenship Act,1955, which tends to provide citizenship to people of minority groups suffering in different countries.View More NRC: A RAY OF HOPE OR DESPAIR
Space law is considered the cumulative body of national and international legislation, regulations, treaties, agreements, and conventions created to enable, manage, and regulate international, national and governmental commercial activities and international or national defence activities related to outer space.View More SPACE LAW: AN OVERVIEW
The Indian government is fighting the spread of the Coronavirus with primarily two legislative acts- the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 and the Disaster Management Act, 2005. The country’s following a two-pronged approach where the containment procedures are carried on under the provisions of the Diseases act, while the Disaster Management Act covers most of the nation’s administrative setup; one act complementing the other. Though the acts in conjunction have somewhat proven beneficial for the state, they still fail to address the realities of the diseases’ spread in the modern world and lack comprehensive frameworks to respond to the outbreak.View More Analyzing the Epidemic Diseases and Disaster Management Act- India’s Exiguous Response Riders
The term “force majeure” describes such uncontrollable events, which go way beyond the control of the parties to the contract, such as war, natural disasters, etc., and make it impossible to perform the contract.View More Impact of Force Majeure Clause and COVID- 19 in Contract
The present situation of lockdown and COVID-19 has resulted in a crash of interests of the lessors and the lessees. The liaison between both the parties are well defined under a lease agreement, but such agreements and contracts are also governed by the various other laws such as the Indian Contracts Act. However, such a relationship is jeopardized by the unusual turn of events which are presently prevailing across the nation.View More Impact of COVID-19 on Lease Agreement
According to the Trademark Act 1999, Section 2 (1) (zb) ” trademark means a mark capable of being represented graphically and which is capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one person from those of others and may include the shape of goods their packaging and combination of colours.”View More What is falsely applying of trademarks and its penalties?
A patentee is a person who is entered in the register of patents as the grantee or proprietor of a patent for the time being. The person to whom the patent has been granted is known as Patentee. The Patentee is entitled to use the property or invention in the same manner as the owner of any movable property.View More Rights of patentees
According to the Indian Majority Act, a person domiciled in India is said to have attained the age of majority after turning 18 years oldView More CRIMES BY MINORS: PRINCIPLE OF DOLI INCAPAX
Invention is something that has never been made before or the process of creating something that has never been made before.View More Secrecy provisions for certain inventions
The Madrid System popularly and officially known as Madrid System for the international registration of marks is a system which is centrally administered by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).View More Madrid Agreement for International Registration of Trademarks
Petitioner: Satyam Infoway Ltd. Respondent: Siffynet Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Facts of the case: Satyam Infoway was Incorporated in 1955 and it registered various domain names…View More Satyam Infoway Ltd. Vs Sifynet Solutions Pvt. Ltd., AIR 2004 SC 3540
Marriage is a holy tie between a man and a woman. Marriage is a process by which two individuals bind themselves as partners for life. As in life, nothing comes with conformity and so is the case with the marriage. When one person walks out of the marriage, the marriage gets dissolved which is known as divorce.View More Process of filing divorce in India
To avoid this kind of practice, Law of Passing-Off was passed which is covered under Intellectual Property Rights in India. The law of passing off is provided under Section 134 1 (c) of Trademark Act 1999. (2) And Section 27 of the Trademark Act 1999 provides a common law remedy. It is a common-law tort which is used for unregistered trademark rights ( a trademark which has not been registered under trademark or patent office is known as an unregistered trademark).View More What is the difference between Passing off and Infringement of Trademark?
The word adultery finds its roots in the Latin term ‘adulterium’ which is the combination of ‘ad’ meaning towards, and ‘alter’ meaning other. For the purpose of relief in matrimonial jurisdiction, Halsbury Laws of England defines adultery to mean consensual sexual intercourse during the subsistence of a marriage between one spouse and a person of the opposite sex not being the other spouse.View More Section 497 ‘Adultery’: Not in sync with the times anymore
A patent is an exclusive right which is granted by the Government for an invention, for a limited time period. This exclusive right of a patentee allows him to prevent a third party from using, selling or claiming the invention for which patent has been granted, in an unauthorised and illegal manner, while the term of the patent subsists. An invention which was granted patent can be used freely by the public after the term of the patent has expired or has ceased to have an effect.View More Procedure for grant of patents in India
A patent agent is a person who is registered and authorized by law to practice before an Indian Patent Office and deal with patent applications. The expertise of a patent agent is used to protect intellectual property and prevent infringement. In order to become a patent agent, one has to qualify the Indian Patent Agent Exam conducted by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade.View More Qualifications and rights of the patent agent in India