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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Turkish Government Aims for its Trademark in Health Care Tourism

Fahrettin Koca Heath Minister of Turkey has recently announced that the Turkish government now looks for creating its trademark in health care tourism and the process has already commenced. In recent years, Turkey has not just attained significant momentum in health care tourism but has also become a progressive center of attraction with the enhanced […]

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EA files a Trademark for Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville

EA, an American video game company has recently filed the Trademark Application for the term “Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville.” EA, also known as Electronic Arts, is the second-largest gaming company in America and Europe. Spotted in the records of European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), the filing by EA doesn’t provide much information […]

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How to File a Utility Patent in the United States?

A utility patent is one of the most preferred forms of Intellectual Property (IP) that prohibits unauthorized companies or individuals from making, using, selling, or importing the inventor’s invention without his permission. As utility patents give inventors the right to produce and utilize a wide range of new and improved products, these appear more valuable […]

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Walmart Files Patent Application Targeting Cryptocurrency

With the filing of a new Patent Application emphasizing Walmart currency, retailer Walmart becomes the latest entity to step into the world of cryptocurrencies. It looks like the retail giant is also considering a high-profile invasion into the arena of stablecoins with a fiat-pledged cryptocurrency. According to the filing published by the U.S. Patent and […]

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IGBA Releases Report on Regulatory Convergence and Intellectual Property Concerns

The International Generic and Biosimilar Medicines Association (IGBA), has recently published a report on how trade agreements can nourish the biosimilar and generic medicines and improve patient access to care. The association reported that it firmly supports the multilateral trading system, which ensures that the rule of law and due process are the basis on […]

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Trademark and its Types – Everything You Need to Know

A trademark is an exclusive form of Intellectual Property (IP), which protects your brand’s unique identity and is capable of distinguishing your products from those of the competitors. It includes a wide range of recognizable representations, like words, signs, logos, expressions, images, designs, and the combination of colors. By defining the origin and quality of […]

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Intellectual Property – License and Assignment Agreements

Undoubtedly, tangible property is valuable. But what more valuable is Intellectual Property (IP) as it allows the companies to make money by marketing their products under a secured shelter of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). Hence, it is imperative to ensure the protection of your IP through copyrights, trademarks, patents, or other legal forms of IP. […]

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Indian Startup Rivigo’s Relay System Gets Patent Rights by the US

Gurugram-based tech-enabled logistics startup, Rivigo on 30th July 2019 announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), has recently granted patent rights to its unique driver relay model. According to the company, the patented model uses algorithms to develop an “Intelligent driver allocation system” that determines the availability of truck drivers and thus, […]

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Strategies for Cost-effective Patent Management

In the antagonism of budget cuts, there is an enormous pressure on the Intellectual Property (IP) and finance teams of innovative companies to obtain strong patents year after year. Moreover, many people often wish to get patent rights for their unique ideas and inventions in almost every country of the world, but seeing the cost […]

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