Copyright

Distortion or Destruction of Artistic Works : Scope of Moral Rights of Artists


We’re pleased to bring to you an interesting post by Kaveri Jain on the scope of moral rights of an artist vis-à-vis destruction and alteration of its original artwork. Kaveri Jain is an attorney at Ira Law. She graduated from Amity Law School in 2018 and worked at a boutique IP firm in New Delhi prior to joining Ira Law. Distortion or Destruction of Artistic Works : Scope of Moral Rights of Artists Kaveri Jain Does an artist being the…


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Copyright

Why Such Small Pittance For Our Music ? : Music Industry Lifts Up Its Voice Against Statutory Licensing


We’re pleased to bring to you a guest post by Simrat Kaur. Simrat is a New Delhi based IP lawyer. She pursued her undergraduate law course from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab and masters law course from National University of Singapore. After having worked with leading Indian law firms (Anand & Anand and Luthra & Luthra Law Offices), she is currently practicing under the banner “The Endretta”. Simrat has written several guest posts for us in the past…


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Patent

Transborder Prosecution History Estoppel in Patent Litigation?


We’re pleased to bring to you an insightful guest post by Abhilasha Nautiyal. Abhilasha is an attorney at Ira Law, a firm that she co-founded with other colleagues. Prior to this, she was a partner at an IP law firm. Abhilasha graduated from the Army Institute of Law and then pursued a master’s in law from Harvard Law School. Her detailed bio can be found here. Abhilasha has co-authored a guest post for us in the past as well. Transborder…


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