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Intellectual Property Laws in India

Part 1: General Overview of Intellectual Property Laws in India

I. Introduction

Intellectual property rights (IPRs) are the protections granted to the creations that arises from the human intellect, and include trademarks, copyright, patents, industrial design rights, and in some jurisdictions trade secrets.  744 more words

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Call for Papers: Copyright in the Asian Pacific: the Challenges and Opportunities

The Asian Pacific Copyright Association (APCA) in conjunction with the Law and Technology Center, University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law, invites you to its forthcoming conference: “ 72 more words

Conferences And Symposia

After 17-year battle, Pollard Banknote victorious in patent fight over scratch-and-win tickets

After 17 years, this was hardly an instant win.

Pollard Banknote Ltd., a Winnipeg-based company that prints the tickets used by several lottery companies throughout North America, has prevailed in a Canadian patent battle over a technology used to make fraud-proof scratch-and-win instant lottery tickets. 764 more words

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Conference: Texas A&M IP Scholars Roundtable

Texas A&M University School of Law presents the Second Annual Texas A&M Intellectual Property Scholars Roundtable from October 7-8, 2016.

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Call for Papers: Video Game Law

The Review of Intellectual Property Law at John Marshall Law School invites papers for a theme issue on video game law.  Proposals are due by  13 more words

Calls For Papers

Conference: Intellectual Property & Global Prosperity

The Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property at Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University, presents Intellectual Property & Global Prosperity from October 6-7, 2016… 12 more words

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Can Game Theory Resolve Smartphone Wars in India? (Part II)

In this two-part post, I argue that SEP-holders should voluntarily agree not to file for injunctive relief against standard-implementers, in cases where the SEP-holders have agreed to license their SEP on FRAND terms; this is because injunctions in SEP infringement cases can be anti-competitive. 1,055 more words

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