Trademarks – Use of a generic prefix, how far effective By R. Parthasarathy & Abhishek Yadav Proprietors try to seek registration for catchy phrases that could be associated with their products and se
Punitive damages in trademark infringement suits By R. Parthasarathy and Gunjan Hans In recent years, the grant of punitive damages in trademark infringement suits has evolved in India. There has be
Liabilities of an intermediary – The Indian perspective By R. Parthasarathy & Godhuli Nanda In a recent case Delhi High Court has observed that when an e-commerce company claims exemption under Se
Regularization of non-compliance with the Biological Diversity Act, 2002 By Dr. Deepti Malhotra and Dr. Malathi Lakshmikumaran India regulates access to biological resources under its national biodiversity
Scope of Section 3(i): An analysis on diagnostic methods of treatment By Dr. Deepti Malhotra, and Dr. Malathi Lakshmikumaran TRIPS agreement provides flexibility
Foreign filing license – Some issues By Dipan Banerjee and Ankur Garg If a person wishes to file a patent application in foreign countries, he has to obtain a w
Recently, Delhi High Court delivered a judgment in favour of Philips in the consolidated matters namely Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. vs. Rajesh Bansal & Ors.
Standard Essential Patents - The Philips judgement & unanswered questions By Sutapa Jana Recently, Delhi High Court delivered a judgment in favour of Philips in t
Delhi High Court recently granted interim injunction to the plaintiffs restraining the defendants from using the trade mark or the trade name ‘HM Megabrands’.