Year: 2015

Right of Publicity

Vaishali Mittal takes a look at the legal protections afforded to the right of publicity. The right of publicity does not constitute a statutory right in India. Indian
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Getting the Deal Through: Copyright

An in-depth look into the scope, workings and development of Indian Copyright law, and agencies administering it. The Copyright Act 1957, amended over the years, is a comprehensive
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Winds of Change in the Indian Legal System

In light of the new commercial courts ordinance, we try and estimate timelines for the resolution of commercial disputes before these ‘model courts’ and highlight some not-so-subtle differences in
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Working in the Public Interest

Parties can apply for a compulsory licence in India on several grounds, including that the invention is not worked in the country. Neeti Wilson explores. 2015 marks a
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