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Distinguish Between The Patent And The Latent Ambiguities

INTRODUCTION An ambiguity is doubtfulness or uncertain of signification from a word’s being susceptible to different meanings. In law, the term has received a more extensive signification and relates to circumstances extrinsic and beyond the definition of a word. Parent …

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How to Write a Trademark Infringement Letter?

Introduction to Trademark A trademark is a kind of intellectual property incorporating a distinguishable sign, name, mark, logo, slogan, or any design, which identifies products or services of a particular source from those of others. They are generally used to identify services and that’s why they are known …

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How To Acquire A Trademark In India?

What is a Trademark? Trademark is one of the most important areas of Intellectual Property. Almost everyone deals with trademarks on a daily basis. A trademark can be a word, phrase, sign, symbol, or a combination of these elements that …

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Legal Procedure for Copyright Registration In India

Like trademark and patent, copyright is likewise one of the licensed innovation security. The Copyright Act, 1957 helps in protecting the original or genuine literature, drama, and music work done by any individual of India. What’s more, moreover to be …

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What Is Passing Off In Trademark?

A brand is a living entity and it is enriched or undermined cumulatively overtime, the product of a thousand small gesture. – Michel Eisner, Walt Disney company. The passing off is a common law tort, which can be used to …

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Fair Use Under Copyright Law

Abstract: Fair Dealing or fair use is an important concept under Copyright Law. It is mainly a well-established limitation and exception on the exclusive right given to the author by copyright law. This concept has been given in the “doctrine …

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Women And Intellectual Property Law

All women have different experience, and it is difficult to generalize those experiences into a specific perspective shared by every women. There is a growing evidence of the fact that women are grossly betrayed in the field of IP laws …

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