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SpicyIP Events: PatSight – IP Symposium [Mumbai, Feb 28]


We’re pleased to inform you that Gridlogics will be holding a free to attend IP symposium, PatSight on February 28 in Mumbai. For further details, please see the announcement below Join us for PatSight Mumbai on Friday, 28th Feb at Hotel Orchid Mumbai! Gridlogics is pleased to bring you 9th edition of PatSight – An IP Symposium dedicated to discussing innovative techniques in IP search and analysis via examples and case studies. The event will be a great opportunity to…


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Bol Ree Kathputli [Tell Me O Kathputli], What IP Rights Do I Have in You?


We’re pleased to bring to you an interesting guest post by Dr. Sunanda Bharti on IP protection of kathputlis and other puppets. Sunanda is an Assistant Professor in Law at Delhi University. She has written several guest posts for us in the past as well, which can be viewed here, here, here and here. Bol Ree Kathputli [Tell Me O Kathputli], What IP Rights Do I Have in You? Dr. Sunanda Bharti Introduction The art of making kathputli was given life by the Bhaat…


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SpicyIP Fortnightly Review (January 6 – 19)


SpicyIP Fortnightly Review (January 6 – 20) Bhavik Shukla Last week, Swaraj wrote a post on the paradigm-changing order of the Delhi High Court in Ferid Allani v. Union of India & Ors. Through this order, Justice Pratibha Singh directed the Patent Office to re-examine an application filed for a “method and device for accessing information sources and services on the web”. He notes that the order seems to contain three reasons for such a direction: (i) many inventions today…


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SpicyIP Events: CUSAT’s Workshop on Research Methods in IPRs [Kochi, Feb 28 & 29]


We’re pleased to inform our readers that the Inter-University Centre for IPR Studies (IUCIPRS), Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) is organising a two day workshop on Research methods on IPR, scheduled for 28th and 29th February, 2020. The deadline for submitting applications is January 31, 2020. For further details of the workshop, please read the announcement below: ICSSR Sponsored IInd Hands on Training : Research Methods in Intellectual Property Rights Intellectual property (IP) law is based on many…


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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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Design Rights: Originality to Remain the Sole Criterion ? – India and the EU


We’re pleased to bring to you a guest post by Mathangi K. Mathangi is a second year law student at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar. Design Rights: Originality to Remain the Sole Criterion ? – India and the EU Mathangi K The origin of the term “industrial design” can be traced back to the 20th century German architect Peter Behres, who has been hailed to be the first industrial designer in the world. The concept of “industrial design” as an…


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CUSAT Institutes Minor IP Research Project for Teachers


We’re pleased to inform you that The Inter-University Centre for IPR Studies (IUCIPRS), Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) has instituted a Minor Research Project with the objective of encouraging young teachers from Kerala and the rest of India, to undertake research in the area of intellectual property rights. For further details, please see the announcement below: IUCIPRS Minor Research Project in the Area of IPR for Teachers The Inter-University Centre for IPR Studies (IUCIPRS), Cochin University of Science…


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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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SpicyIP Events: Workshop on Access to Medicines, TRIPS and Patents in the Developing World [Dec 17-21; Mumbai]


We’re pleased to inform you that The Third World Network (TWN), Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) Mumbai and Jan Swasthya Abhiyan are organising a workshop on Access to Medicines, TRIPS and Patents in the Developing World from December 17-21, 2019, at TISS Mumbai. The deadline for applications is November 25, 2019. For further details, please see the announcement below: Workshop on Access to Medicines, TRIPS and Patents in the Developing World Jan Swasthya Abhiyan, Third World Network (TWN) and Tata…


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