Understanding the Impact of the IPR Regime on the Indian Real Estate Industry
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by Ananya Agarwal
1w ago
India’s Construction Market is expected to register a compound annual growth rate greater than 10% during 2022–2027. Even after the pandemic brought this industry to a standstill, in 2021 it started reviving when investments in the industrial and logistics sector exceeded USD 1.5 billion, making it the second-highest recipient of such funds after the office sector. These investments have aided in bringing about massive technological and managerial changes in industry standards. Innovations integrating cutting-edge procedures, resource management, research on construction technology, const ..read more
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2022 IPR NOTEWORTHY JUDGEMENTS- THE IP PRESS
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3w ago
Greetings from The IP Press! We wish you a very Happy 2023! This document contains the compilation of significant judgments of 2022 which are related to trademarks, copyright, patents, and other intellectual property rights. The team of IPHolics wants all of the readers to be familiar with the case laws that have been decided by the Supreme Court or High Courts. This is an attempt by the team to create a thorough understanding of intellectual property because case laws are crucial to having clarity in any area of law. Changes brought about by various cases help people grasp the dynamic nature ..read more
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Far From Home: Competition Law Implications of Nigerian Netflix Originals
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by Seun Lari-Williams
3w ago
Netflix has become a household name in Nigeria, with the platform having an increasing number of subscribers from the country. Globally, it is synonymous with on-demand streaming; hitting massive records with movies and TV shows like House of Cards, Breaking Bad, Squid Game, and Stranger Things. Nollywood movies jumped on the Netflix train in 2018, starting with Genevieve’s Lion Heart and the likes. Since then, many hit Nigerian movies have found a home in Netflix; from Omo Ghetto: The Saga, to King of Boys, Blood Sisters, Anikulapo…Now, Nigerian movies are viewed in about 200 countries. Until ..read more
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Free Quiz in Intellectual Property Rights- The IP Press (3rd January 2023)
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1M ago
Celebrate new beginnings with friends, family, and a fun Intellectual Property trivia quiz this year! We are delighted to organize a Quiz competition on intellectual Property Rights. NO REGISTRATION FEE Perks 1.) 25% off in our certificate course on Copyright Law to the Top 3 scorers. 2.) 20% off in our certificate course on Copyright Law to the next Top 5 scorers. 3.) 10% off in our certificate course on Copyright Law to the next Top 10 scorers. 4.) Shoutout to all the winners on our social media handles. 5.) Certificates to all the participants. Date:- 3rd January, 2023 Time:- 9:00 PM Link ..read more
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ANALYSING DOCTRINE OF PITH AND SUBSTANCE UNDER THE INDIAN PATENT ACT IN LIGHT OF BAJAJ AUTO LTD V. TVS MOTORS COMPANY LTD[1].
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1M ago
FACTS In this case, there are two parties where Bajaj Auto Ltd is the plaintiff and TVS Motor Sports Ltd is the defendant, and both companies are engaged in producing motor vehicles and have been granted patents for their technologies. This case gained prominence because there was the involvement of 2 big giants in the industry dealing in the motor vehicle sector. In the present case, there were 2 lawsuits. Firstly, a suit under Section 108 of the Indian Patent Act[1] according to which the plaintiff has sought a permanent injunction against the defendant for the use of technology/invention fo ..read more
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Intellectual Property in the FIFA World Cup Finals: Technology and Branding Galore
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1M ago
Background Ecuador’s disbelief as the opening goal of the 2022 World Cup was disallowed by new semi-automated offside technology,[1] Germany’s wing-shaped, maroon graphic jersey[2] worn by Mario Götze as he clinched the winner in the 2014 finale, and Andrés Iniesta driving the Jabulani, an iconic football of the 2010 edition,[3] into the bottom left corner against the Netherlands – all these instances pose a common underlying element that lies unvisited in the heat of the moment yet significant in the aftermath – intellectual property. While football fans are rightfully celebrating or contesti ..read more
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RAJNIGANDHA v RAJNIPAAN: A classic case of deceptive similarity
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1M ago
INTRODUCTION Pan Masala as an industry is seeing an immense surge recently in terms of trade and consumption. The data regarding its consumption shows significant numbers where the market has crossed a value of INR 41,821 Crore in 2021 and this data will continue to surge in the coming time.  IMARC Group expects the market of Pan Masala to reach INR 53,081.5 Crore by 2027.[1] A recent development in the domain of IP involving the market of Pan Masala was beautifully discussed by the Hon’ble Delhi High Court in the case of Dharampal Satyapal Limited and Anr v. Youssef Anis Mehio and Ors[2 ..read more
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Analyzing the Contentious Section 52(1)(za) of the Copyright Act, 1957
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by Ananya Agarwal
1M ago
BACKGROUND Though largely unorganized, in 2016, the Indian wedding market was estimated at ₹3.68 trillion, according to a KPMG report titled Market Study of Online Matrimony and Marriage Services in India. Now, after two slow years due to COVID, the Indian Wedding Industry is set to increase by a whopping 200%. Each of these weddings has several events and music is an integral part of every event. Consider the size of the wedding industry and now think about the size of the wedding music industry. It seems unfair then that playing music at weddings is considered fair use, with a constant exp ..read more
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Delving deeper into the concept of copyright infringement
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by Shreyasi
1M ago
Introduction- The concept of copyright has evolved over the past few decades as technology has revolutionised how we live and work. Unmistakable is the reality that copyright is not a very avant-garde concept. The term “Copyright” and its principles were first used in the 15th century when the printing machine brought about a necessity to safeguard written works. However, before The Copyright Act, of 1957, the roots of copyright legislation in India were established under British rule. The British government passed the first valid copyright law in India in 1847. This was followed by an expansi ..read more
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Certificate course on Copyright Law
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2M ago
ABOUT THE COURSE The IP Press is delighted to launch its flagship course on Copyright Law which is one of the dynamic and ever-booming laws in the IPR Regime. The course intends to equip students and young lawyers with practical knowledge and insight into the law. In the course, we will explore real-world examples of legal battles surrounding copyright law. We will be understanding what kinds of works can be protected, how the right can be infringed, and the penalties and repercussions. MODULES Module 1: Introduction to Copyright Module 2: Subject matter of Copyright Module 3: Interplay withi ..read more
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