Can GUIs be Secured As Industrial Designs in India?

In today’s fast-paced global economy, most businesses rely heavily on the internet for their virtual survival when it comes to selling goods and services. Graphical User Interface (GUI) that is a part of our everyday life appears critical while creating the precise user experience to attract and keep the consumers interested. As a consequence, GUIs […]

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How to Defend Against Copyright Infringement Claims by Copyright Trolls?

Under Copyright Law, all those who participate in displaying or distributing the unauthorized copy of a copyrighted work is liable to infringement. With this rule, and the ease to copy things online, and increasingly, the ease of finding such copies, the vulnerabilities to get hit by copyright trolls have increased manifold. Copyright Troll It is […]

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How is Industrial Design Redefining Commercial Office Spaces in India?

In the past ten years, the Industrial Design landscape in Indian commercial office spaces has undergone a remarkable change. From the end of cubicle farms to the start and rise of open floor plans, there has been a great shift in interior designs. Owing to the continuously changing behavior and tastes of people, interactive workplaces […]

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Worldwide Scenario and Legal Aspects of AI Patent Filing

In the present 21st century, the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is omnipresent in diverse spheres of human life. Owing to this, not all but most AI experts and innovators today are rushing towards creating their Intellectual Property (IP) portfolio in this area. All these facts have led to a wide range of AI and […]

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How Are Colleges Working to Protect Copyright, Patent on Student Creations?

As innovation due to the rapidly advancing technology increasingly becomes core to the college education, campuses are stepping ahead to protect the Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) of their students. Intended to help students identify their Intellectual Property (IP) while respecting others’ IP, they are setting up dedicated IPR cells to streamline paperwork, offer legal counseling, […]

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Trademark Registration in Afghanistan

The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, in recent years, has increasingly interested not just domestic but also foreign businesses, including companies from the post-soviet nations. A vital thing to consider when planning to do business in Afghanistan is acquiring rights to trademarks. And it is possible only by ensuring successful Trademark Registration in Afghanistan. As trademarks […]

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Top Five Reforms Made to Trademark Law of Canada in 2019

After around five years of anticipation, sweeping reforms to the Trademark Law of Canada had finally come into force on 17th June 2019. Well, these changes that have influenced the Intellectual Property (IP) industry are many in numbers, and being familiar with all of them may appear a bit arduous and frustrating. Hence, to help […]

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What the 2019’s Amendments Brought for Patent Application Process in India?

Aiming to encourage and assist the inventors in coming up with more and more useful inventions, the Indian government and authorities taking care of Intellectual Property Law in India have taken a remarkable step. The step, including the following and more reforms in Patent rules, has made the Patent Application Process in India considerably easier. […]

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Intellectual Property Law in Bangladesh

History of the IP system in Bangladesh The earliest legislation found to protect IP in Bangladesh was the Patents, Designs, and Trademarks Act of 1883. However, it was repealed, and the new Patents and Designs Act of 1911 and the Trademarks Act of 1940 were enacted respectively. Then, in 2003, both these Acts were amended, […]

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Why Intellectual Property Law in South Africa Needs to Be Revised?

Since Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) refer to the rights to exclude others from using or commercializing an asset protected under a trademark, copyright, or patent, they sometimes confer negative rights. This concept shows that there is a growing need to revise the Intellectual Property Law in South Africa (SA) to ensure that those who want […]

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