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SpicyIP Fellowship 2017-18: Kaun Banega Copycat: Sony Takes One Plus To Court


We are pleased to bring to you a guest post by our Fellowship applicant, Sreyoshi Guha. Sreyoshi is a 4th year student at Symbiosis Law School, Pune. This is her third submission for the Fellowship. Kaun Banega Copycat: Sony Takes One Plus To Court Sreyoshi Guha Over the last month or so, the IP community has been abuzz with news and events that have culminated in interesting debates and discussions on the blog itself. Somewhere amidst all of the hustle, a…


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Del HC Stays Its Previous Order Allowing Natco to Export Bayer’s Nexavar Under the Bolar Exemption


We are pleased to bring to you this guest post by our intern, Radhika Agarwal. Radhika is currently working as a Research Fellow at the Centre for WTO Studies at the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. Del HC Stays Its Previous Order Allowing Natco to Export Bayer’s Nexavar Under the Bolar Exemption Radhika Agarwal Recently, SpicyIP reported a landmark order of the Delhi High Court (dated March 8, 2017), where it had ruled that ‘export’ of a patented invention for…


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SpicyIP Fellowship 2017-18: The “Charging Bull v. Fearless Girl” Controversy – Part II


In Part I of this post, our Fellowship applicant Kuhuk Jain analysed whether the placement of Fearless Girl in opposition to Charging Bull amounts to infringement of copyright or moral rights of the latter’s creator, Arutro di Modica, under the US copyright law. In Part II, she analyses this issue under the Indian copyright law. SpicyIP Fellowship 2017-18: The “Charging Bull v. Fearless Girl” Controversy – Part II Kuhuk Jain Continuing from the previous post on the controversy surrounding Fearless Girl…


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SpicyIP Fellowship 2017-18: Legal Ownership of ‘Khadi’ amidst the KVIC/Fabindia Dispute


We are pleased to bring to you another guest post by our Fellowship applicant Madhurima Gadre. Madhurima is a 4th year student at NLU, Jodhpur. This is her second submission for the Fellowship. Legal Ownership of ‘Khadi’ amidst the KVIC/Fabindia Dispute Madhurima Gadre The instances of fabric and apparel companies cashing in on Khadi’s reputation are not new. Read our previous post about a German company named Khadi Natureprodukte which registered the term ‘khadi’ in its trademark with the Office for…


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SpicyIP Fellowship 2017-18: Should DRM be an Integral Part of the Open Web?


We are pleased to bring to you another guest post by our Fellowship applicant Divij Joshi. Divij graduated from NLS, Bangalore in 2016 and is currently working at a leading law firm in Mumbai. This is his second submission for the Fellowship.   Should DRM be an integral part of the Open Web? Divij Joshi The future of the World Wide Web is the subject of a heated debate as the World Wide Web Consortium (“W3C”), the main standard setting body…


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A Tale of Two Programs: How are Medicare and Medicaid Changing in the Face of Soaring Medical Costs?


We are pleased to bring to you a paper titled, ‘A Tale Of Two Programs: How Are Medicare And Medicaid Changing In The Face Of Soaring Medical Costs?’, by Jonathan Mentesana, as part of the SpicyIP Discussion Paper Series that we had kick-started here. Jonathan is a student at Texas A&M University School of Law and a certified Pharmacy Technician. He graduated from Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Biology. An overview of his paper can be found below…


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SpicyIP Fellowship 2017-18: Beginner’s Guide to Combating Infringement on Social Media


We are happy to bring to you a guest post by our Fellowship applicant Madhurima Gadre. Madhurima is a 4th year student at National Law University, Jodhpur. This is her first submission for the Fellowship.     Beginner’s Guide to Combating Infringement on Social Media Madhurima Gadre Around 2009, some people began adding macro text to a photo of a penguin on the internet. According to Know Your Meme, a website dedicated to documenting viral internet phenomena, this became what’s now known…


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SpicyIP Fellowship 2017-18: Online Marketplaces and Trademark Infringement in India


  We are pleased to bring to you a guest post by our Fellowship applicant Divij Joshi. Divij graduated from NLS, Bangalore in 2016 and is currently working at a leading law firm in Mumbai. This is his first submission for the Fellowship.   Online Marketplaces and Trademark Infringement in India Divij Joshi The responsibilities of online intermediaries for third-party transactions on the internet is a vexing legal issue across jurisdictions, India being no exception. While a division bench of…


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SpicyIP Fellowship 2017-18: MontBlanc v. Gaurav Bhatia – Another Curious Case of DHC’s Damages Jurisprudence


We are happy to bring to you another guest post by our Fellowship applicant Maitreyee Dixit. Maitreyee is a 2nd year student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. This is her second submission for the Fellowship. MontBlanc v. Gaurav Bhatia: Another Curious Case of DHC’s Damages Jurisprudence Maitreyee Dixit Damages in trademark law, especially in Delhi High Court’s jurisprudence have been riddled with inconsistencies. Be it the grounds to provide damages, the calculations of damages or the entirety of punitive damage…


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SpicyIP Fellowship 2017-18: Cyber Economic Espionage – Is TRIPS the Solution?


We are glad to bring to you a guest post by our Fellowship applicant Maitreyee Dixit. Maitreyee is a 2nd year student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. This is her first submission for the Fellowship. Cyber Economic Espionage: Is TRIPS The Solution? Maitreyee Dixit Economic espionage has been a hot topic of sorts since the September 2015 agreement was made between USA and China, that called for both the countries to not knowingly conduct or support cyber enabled trade…


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