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SpicyIP Events: CUSAT’s Workshop on Research Methods in IPRs [Kochi, Feb 28 & 29] 18.1.2020 SpicyIP
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...
Sambalpur’s Residents Sought GI Tag for Sarsatia 17.1.2020 Blog | Kashish IPR | Intellectual Property Rights Law Firm

Residents of Sambalpur, a city located in the western part of Odisha in India, have recently demanded Geographical Indication (GI) tag for a local sweet delicacy named Sarsatia. The locals said that Sarsatia is an excellent sweet prepared with distinctive ingredients like twigs of ginger, sugar, and rice powder, and has gained popularity both nationally […]

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Looking at the Ferid Allani order on Software Patents 17.1.2020 SpicyIP
Who would have thought a Tunisian citizen would end up having a couple of major impacts on the Indian IP landscape? Yet, Ferid Allani, in his quest to get a patent on a “method and device for accessing information sources and services on the web” has inadvertently done just that. Back in 2008, in the course of an appeal against the IPO’s deeming of the patent to have been abandoned, Justice Gita Mittal of the Delhi High Court, passed an...
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‘Chhapaak’ Credits Conundrum: Does Every Contributor to a Work Have a Right to Be Credited? 17.1.2020 SpicyIP
In an intriguing case last week, the Delhi High Court directed the makers of the film ‘Chhapaak’ to acknowledge the inputs by Aparna Bhat, the lawyer who represented the acid attack survivor whose life the film is based on, in the film’s opening credits. The decision came in an appeal against the interim order granted by the trial court. The Court noted that since the inception of the making of the film, the Defendants represented to the Plaintiff that her...
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Amazon’s ‘Ring’ Security System Severely Criticised, Flipkart and Amazon under Investigation by CCI, Facebook Restructures its Privacy Features and more 16.1.2020 Intellepedia – IP News Center – BananaIP Counsels
Amazon’s ‘Ring’ Security System Severely Criticised; Flipkart and Amazon under CCI Investigation; Genentech Settles Trade Secret Lawsuit; FTC and DOJ Invite Public Comments for Draft 2020 VMG; Privacy Scandals Compel Facebook to Rework its Security Features and more. Amazon’s ‘Ring’ Security System Severely Criticised ‘Ring’, the home security company Amazon bought in 2018, has been criticised by  more than 30 civil rights organisations for arranging secretive deals with hundreds of police departments across the country. Amazon’s top hardware executive believe that the partnerships with over 400 police and fire departments around the US is good for the neighbourhoods and gives ...
A Whooping increase of 212% Trademark Applications Examined this Week. 16.1.2020 Intellepedia – IP News Center – BananaIP Counsels

A Whooping increase of 212 percent in total number of trademark applications examined, a decrease of 2882 in the total hearing notices issued by trademark office and more. These statistics have been compiled from the official journal of the trademark office published weekly on Mondays. INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS Last week, the Indian Trademark Office had a mixed week in its working capacity as can be seen from the statistics in the table below. The total number of trademark applications examined by trademark office has tremendously increased by two hundred and twelve percent (212%). Similarly, there has been an increase of...

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Google Gets Patent In India for Technology on AR-based Virtual Graffiti 16.1.2020 Blog | Kashish IPR | Intellectual Property Rights Law Firm

Google has recently obtained a patent in India for its technology to create virtual graffiti in a mobile virtual and augmented reality (AR) system, something that would help users leave a message for them or their friends at a location in the future. The American Multinational Technology Company, specializing in Internet-related services and products, said […]

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India: Intermediary Liability Under Indian Copyright Law: A New Take - Sujata Chaudhri IP Attorneys 16.1.2020 Mondaq.Com - feed of articles on Intellectual Property from India
On September 27, 2019, after a court-room battle of eight (8) long years, Suneel Darshan, a producer and director in the Indian movie industry, also known for movies like Andaaz and Barsaat, emerged victorious.
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India: Indian Designs Classification To Align With Locarno System - Obhan & Associates 16.1.2020 Mondaq.Com - feed of articles on Intellectual Property from India
In a major change for the registration of designs in India, articles will now be classified in accordance with the Locarno system, further to India's formal accession to the international
Forever21 To Enter eCommerce Market, Amazon Partners with India’s Future Retail, Music Streaming in US Crosses 1 Trillion Streams and more 16.1.2020 Intellepedia – IP News Center – BananaIP Counsels
eCommerce Companies in India Face New Challenges; Amazon Issues Security Warning for Honey Browser Extension; Forever21 To Enter eCommerce Market; Amazon Partners with India’s Future Retail; AIMRA Demands Price Equality from Mobile Manufacturers; Music Streaming in US Crosses 1 Trillion Streams and more. eCommerce Companies in India Face New Challenges Fitch Solutions, a financial risk management firm, released a statement last week outlining key concerns that are relevant to international eCommerce players in India. It said that a new eCommerce policy is in the works and is expected to take effect in March. The government has been mulling the ...
Singapore High Court: Whether The Three-Month Time Limit In Art 34(3) MAL Is Appliable To S. 24 IAA As Well For Award Induced By Fraud Or Corruption? 16.1.2020 Ananya Pratap Singh
Whether time limit under Art 34(3) of Model Law is absolute or extendable in exceptional circumstances? Whether the three-month time limit in Art 34(3) is incorporated into Section 24 IAA by the phrase “[n]otwithstanding Article 34(1)” for award induced by fraud or corruption? Section 24(a) of the International Arbitration Act (Cap. 143A) (‘IAA’) inter alia...
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Puma’s Floral Collaboration, Trademark Holder Feev Guilty of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking and more 15.1.2020 Intellepedia – IP News Center – BananaIP Counsels

Puma’s Floral Collaboration, MP’s Sweet Delicacy “Morena Gajak” Filed for GI, Candy Breakfast with Hershey’s and more, brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsel. INDIAN TRADEMARK UPDATES Hatsun’s Arokya Defeats Arogya Hatsun Agro Product Ltd, a popular dairy company based in Chennai filed for a permanent trademark injunction to restrain A.Z.Arogya Milk, a proprietorship firm in Chennai from using the mark “AZ AROGYA” in respect of milk. Hatsun, the registered owners of the mark ‘AROKYA’ since 1994 has filed this suit alleging that the latter has adopted the similar mark with the intention to deceit the...

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Can GUIs be Secured As Industrial Designs in India? 15.1.2020 Blog | Kashish IPR | Intellectual Property Rights Law Firm

In today’s fast-paced global economy, most businesses rely heavily on the internet for their virtual survival when it comes to selling goods and services. Graphical User Interface (GUI) that is a part of our everyday life appears critical while creating the precise user experience to attract and keep the consumers interested. As a consequence, GUIs […]

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India: IPAB'S Non-Provision To Appeal To Supreme Court - DSK Legal 15.1.2020 Mondaq.Com - feed of articles on Intellectual Property from India
The applicants of all Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) can directly file Special Leave Petition (SLP) before the Hon'ble Supreme Court against any order of Intellectual
India: Indian Filmmaker Wins Copyright Case Against Google And YouTube - DSK Legal 15.1.2020 Mondaq.Com - feed of articles on Intellectual Property from India
Filmmaker Suneel Darshan has won a copyright infringement case against Google and its video-streaming platform YouTube, after an eight-year-long court battle
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Delhi High Court: Whether A Communication Claiming The Disputed Amount And Contemplating Arbitration Is A Notice Of Arbitration? 15.1.2020 Ananya Pratap Singh
In Badri Singh Vinimay Pvt. Ltd. v. MMTC Ltd. O.M.P. 225/2015, decided on 6 January 2020 by the Delhi High Court, the award debtor challenged the award under Section 34 of the Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996 (‘Arbitration Act’). In these proceedings, the award debtor contended that the proceedings of the arbitration themselves were vitiated...
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Slow down hits patent office – Patent grants and publications decrease last week 14.1.2020 Intellepedia – IP News Center – BananaIP Counsels

This week’s Patent & Design data has been compiled from the Official Journal of the Patents and Designs Office published by the patent office on the 10th of January 2020. These statistics are presented to you by the Patent attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s leading Intellectual Property Firm. Indian Patent Statistics A total of 873 patent applications have been published in the 2nd issue of the Patent Journal, 2020. Out of the 873 applications published in the journal, 133 applications account for early publications while 740 applications account for ordinary publications or publications occurring after the 18 – month...

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Affidavit Filed to Dismiss Chhapaak Lawsuit, YouTube’s Takedown System Criticised, Miley Cyrus Reportedly Settles Copyright Lawsuit, AI Generated Article Granted Copyright and more 14.1.2020 Intellepedia – IP News Center – BananaIP Counsels
Affidavit Filed to Dismiss Infringement Suit Against Chhapaak; YouTube’s Takedown System- A Hassle for Content Creators; Miley Cyrus Reportedly Settles Copyright Infringement Lawsuit; New York’s MTA Issues Copyright Infringement Notice to Mapmaker; Shenzhen Court Grants Copyright to AI Generated Article; Supreme Cites ‘Fair Use’ Defence in Infringement Suit and more. Affidavit Filed to Dismiss Infringement Suit Against Chhapaak Meghna Gulzar, producer of the movie ‘Chhapaak’ filed an affidavit in the Bombay High Court in a copyright infringement lawsuit filed against her, by Rakesh Bharti who claimed that he had acquired the rights to produce a film based on the ...
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The Curious Continuing Afterlife of the Sabarimala “Review” 14.1.2020 Indian Constitutional Law and Philosophy
[Editorial Note: Justice is an indivisible concept. We cannot, therefore, discuss contemporary Supreme Court judgments without also acknowledging the Court’s failure …

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European Union: Artificial Intelligence (AI) Machine Can Be An Inventor? EPO Says NO!!! - S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates 14.1.2020 Mondaq.Com - feed of articles on Intellectual Property from India
Reasoned order of the EPO in the above matter is expected in January, 2020.
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