202108.24
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Telangana High Court Rules ‘Tasty Drops’ similar to ‘Tasty Gold’

Rights over the mark ‘Tasty Gold’ are being asserted by Sri Tulasi Industries (Tulasi) against Sri Sapthagiri Industries and Ors (SSI) for using the mark ‘Tasty Drops’ for edible oil. At the time of admission, an ex parte interim injunction was granted by the District Court (Mahabubnagar). The injunction was set aside by the District Court after…

202108.16
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FAQ’s on Advertising Practice in India

What type of complaints are covered under ASCI Code? ASCI adjudicate complaints across all media such as Print, TV, Radio, hoardings, SMS, Email, Internet/ website, product packaging, brochures, promotional material and point of sale material, etc. Who are the members of ASCI? The principal members of ASCI, who are also its sponsors, are firms of…

202108.14
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Non-Fungible Tokens and its Impact on current IP Laws

  Our Associate, Girish Bhatia was invited by The IP Press to conduct a session on Non-Fungible Token and its impact on current IP Laws. The session took place for around 1hr 30mins on August 14th at 3pm (IST) which included the PPT presentation followed by the question and answers round. It was attended by…

202108.12
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INTA Unreal Campaign – student engagement sessions

Our Partner Rachna Bakhru successfully conducted a session at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES), Dehradun on 12th August 2021 at 12pm (IST). It was an interactive session which was not only attended by students from law but by students and faculties from sciences as well. The session took place for around 1hr 30mins…

202108.05
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Raffles University, Rajasthan – August 05th, 2021

Our Partner Rachna Bakhru successfully conducted a session at Raffles University, Rajasthan earlier today at 3pm (IST). The presentation was delivered virtually on zoom and attended by the students offline as well as online. It was a 1hr 10mins session which included our presentation followed by the question and answers round. The campaign was attended…

202108.04
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Court pulls up petitioner for making false claims

Cattle Remedies (Cattle), registered proprietor of the mark UTEROTONE had filed rectification proceedings before the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) for removal of the mark UTROTON in the name of Nishi Gupta (Nishi). IPAB ruled in favour of Cattle, and cancelled Nishi’s registration for UTROTON. The post discusses Appeal filed by Nishi (in the form…

202108.03
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CIPAM Sessions

Our Partner, Abhishek Nangia and Associate Partner, Suvarna Pandey were invited on 3rd August 2021 by Cell for IPR Promotion and Management (CIPAM) to speak on the interesting topics focusing on the agriculture cluster of start-ups. Suvarna shared her views on Agriculture Biotechnology and Patent Protection. Abhishek addressed the audience on Importance of Trademark in…

202107.28
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Talk on the Patent Specification Drafting and Claims Construction

Our Associate Partner Miss Suvarna Pandey delivered a talk on the Patent Specification Drafting and Claims Construction at the online Faculty development program (FDP) event organized by Prathyusha Engineering College under AICTE Training and Learning (ATAL) Academy with the theme “Patent Law for Engineers and Researchers.” on 28th July 2021.   .

202107.20
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The Cryptocurrency and IPR enigma

Over the previous few years block chain technologies, particularly getting used as associate innovative technology within the cryptocurrency or NFT’s, has become predominant because of their nature of being permanent and irreversible. With digital transactions changing into the requirement of the hour, NFTs are currently taking the globe by storm particularly for firms that are…

202107.19
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Goodwill is not a depreciating asset

Under the India Income Tax Act, 1961 (IT Act), there are prescribed depreciation rates for different categories of assets, called the ‘block of assets’ – which contain both tangible and intangible assets. The rates are applicable on the written down value (WDV) of the block of assets. As regards intangible assets, the IT Act provides…