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
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
Introduction Compulsory licensing in the context of Patent laws are granted by countries to deal with monopolies acquired in Intellectual Property Rights. The compulsory license…View More Compulsory Licenses under the Patents Act
Introduction An accused person is an entity who has been alleged to have committed an offence. In criminal matters, an accused person(s) is/are the one(s)…View More Rights of an accused person
Introduction Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), as the name suggests, gives special powers to the armed forces to be exercised in a specific region,…View More How AFSPA affects women’s rights?
Introduction The common law maxim i.e actio personalis moritur cum persona expression means that ‘a personal right of action dies with the person’. Modification in…View More A Personal Right Of Action Dies With the Person
Freedom has myriad definitions. Moreover, from history to present contemporary world, most of the nation wants to suppress the ideology of ‘Freedom’. On the contrary,…View More Misuse of freedom of Speech & Expressions