Thought Leadership

Lessons from India on SEP Litigation

India has witnessed much standard essential patent litigation in recent times. Several multi-national SEP holders have chosen Indian Courts, particularly the Delhi High Court, as the forum to litigate their
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Trade mark litigation in India: overview

  Vaishali Mittal provides an in-depth explanation of Trade mark litigation in India in Practical Law’s country Q&As.  The complete Q&A can be accessed on Practical Law. Excerpts from the
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Getting the Deal Through: Patents

Archana Shankar and Gitika Suri take an in-depth look at the protection of inventions and the options available with right owners for protecting their inventions. The discussion covers
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A HAUS with a view

In a recent case before the Delhi High Court, a restaurant was restrained from using the plaintiff’s mark HAUS – the German word for ‘house’ – in relation
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Patents for Green Fingers

Two decisions in India on the protection of plant varieties provide useful guidance in this area, as Archana Shanker reports. While there is sufficient Indian jurisprudence in relation
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