Vubiq Networks Gets a New Technology Patent for Wireless Communication

Vubiq Networks, the innovation leader in extremely high frequency (EHF) millimeter-wave wireless broadband communications technology, products, and solutions, has recently announced that it has been awarded a new technology patent for its wireless communication by the European Patent Office (EPO). Numbered EP2737718B1, the particular patent is entitled to System and Approach for Wireless Communication in […]

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Intellectual Property Rights and MSMEs: Bridging the Gap

The Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) play a crucial role in adding to the growth and success of a country’s economy. However, when it comes to the protection and management of their strategies and ideas, they often lose out. Hence, there is a dire need for emphasizing Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) that can safeguard […]

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3 Imperative Elements of Intellectual Property Strategy

Intended and used not just to prevent unauthorized use of assets but also to drive new revenue opportunities and gain competitive advantage, Intellectual Property (IP) has become a need for businesses in the present rapidly advancing era. However, many organizations still ignore establishing an apt connection between business strategy and IP strategy, thus increasing susceptibilities […]

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Fashion Label Michael Kors Sues New Haven Flea Market Over Counterfeit Sales

Michael Kors LLC, a fashion house of luxury accessories and ready-to-wear, has recently filed a lawsuit against the operators and vendors of The Boulevard Flea Market on Ella T. Grasso Boulevard over selling counterfeit products bearing the company’s brand for years, in spite of several repeated warnings. The lawsuit filed includes the names of the […]

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Metrasens Gets another Patent for Its Global MRI Safety Business

Metrasens, the world’s leading provider of advanced magnetic detection technologies, on 3rd September 2019, proudly announced the further strengthening of its patent portfolio through the grant of a new patent by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The recently granted patent emphasizes protecting the technology that reduces alarm fatigue in Metrasens’ Ferromagnetic Detection Systems […]

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Can Copyrighted Material Be Used in Advertising?

Advertising undoubtedly is as old as commerce and civilization, but the ways it was being done previously and now are quite different. Traditionally, people were used to promulgate their products and services on clay tablets, through town criers, etc. However, due to advancements in technology, people nowadays have switched to new methods to advertise their […]

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Tamil Nadu’s Dindigul Lock and Kandangi Saree Obtain GI Tag

After a long wait, two products known as Dindigul locks and Kandangi sarees from Tamil Nadu have received the GI (Geographical Indication) tags. The Dindigul Lock, Hardware and Steel Furniture Workers Industrial Co-operative Society Limited and the Amrar Rajiv Gandhi Handloom Weavers Cooperative Production and Sales Society Limited that applied for the tag now own […]

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TSMC Responds to Patent Infringement Lawsuit by GlobalFoundries

TSMC, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, took a day to digest claims of the Patent Infringement lawsuit filed against it by GlobalFoundries (GF), one of the largest semiconductor fabrication companies worldwide, and then responded by saying that the allegations of this Intellectual Property infringement are baseless. It also proposed that the GlobalFoundries is acting like a […]

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Are Human Rights and Intellectual Property Rights Complementing or Conflicting?

Human Rights and Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) are two different legal areas that hardly intersected with each other before the 90s. In the beginning, they both grew separately and never infringed on each other’s domains. However, recently, it has been observed that these fields of law are interrelated. One view about the relationship between IPRs […]

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Tirur Vettila from Kerala obtains GI Tag

Tirur Vettila or Tirur Betel Leaf from Kerala has obtained a Geographical Indication (GI) tag. Mainly cultivated in Tirur, Tanur, Tirurangadi, Kuttippuram, and nearby regions of Malappuram district in Kerala, the product is unique and known for its high content of chlorophyll, protein, and antioxidant capacity. Although Tirur Betel Leaf is commonly used to make […]

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