Month: April 2015

Proving Your Trademark Case

In part one of a two part series Pravin Anand highlights some practical do’s and do-not’s in a typical trademark litigation in India. The article focuses on particular
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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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Obviousness – A Vague Phantom

Obviousness is one of the most important tests a patent applicant has to satisfy in order to be entitled to the grant of a patent. While in a
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