Tag: Jurisprudence

Reshaping the perception of Indian IP law

Instrumental gains in India’s IP framework seem to be lost on authorities ranking India’s performance. The past few years have seen plentiful developments in the Indian IP regime. The
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The Intellectual Property Review

Pravin Anand and Raunaq Kamath engage in a broad strokes discussion on the various forms of intellectual property protection in India. Intellectual property protection in India covers a
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Saving the Cultural Heritage of India

The looting of cultural heritage is a practice as ancient as warfare itself and with the development of the world’s great civilizations, the proverbial “spoils of war” have
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The Nightmare of Section 8

Due in part to its often-ambiguous requirements, Section 8 of India’s Patents Act has become a nightmare for patent owners, explains Pravin Anand. The 2009 Chemtura decision of
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