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Turning Your Ideas Into Assets!

You have a great idea for a business product, a book, an awesome app, a unique design or some other creative project. Your golden ticket out of your 40-hour week, or maybe just a great side hustle that can earn you some extra money. 823 more words

Runway Laws for the Faux Louboutins

French designer Christian Louboutin is almost on the verge of loosing the trademark to his distinct red soles. On the other hand Indian designers, called out for stricter Intellectual property laws for the Fashion Industry by copyrighting their whole collections.  1,734 more words

Fashion Law

Summary Judgment and the IPR litigation

Slow litigation in India has always been a top concern for most businesses. This is the reason why we seldom find an Agreement without an Arbitration clause. 780 more words

Intellectual Property Law

Counterfeit Goods: E-commerce websites and Social Media


It is the ground reality that consumers have become more tech savvy than ever before. Especially the youth are making all their purchases ‘online’ and not from the traditional marketplaces. 2,549 more words

Intellectual Property Law

The Strange Contract Behind Stranger Things

‘They stole my idea,’ is what independent filmmaker Charlie Kessler is claiming the creators of the Netflix show ‘Stranger Things’ did. Kessler filed a lawsuit against Matt and Ross Duffer for breach of implied contract alleging that the popular show is just a rip off of his short film ‘Montauk.’ 327 more words

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Protection scope of a trademark a trademark in block form and in stylized according to Vietnamese IP laws

As a trademark owner, we always want to obtain the widest protection scope for our trademark. However, should we register the trademark in block form or in stylized in order to achieve such purpose is still a controversial question. 381 more words


Trademark Dilution According to Vietnam IP Law

Source: https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=5297109c-dfa9-467e-8f07-c0949441ba4b

A well-known trademark is a trademark which has become widely recognized by the general public in relation to a product/service. As a result, it is common for third parties to try to benefit from the status of well-known marks. 784 more words