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March 2020

Work Generated by AI Machinery – Does IP Law Protect Such Works?

By, Vivan Jhaveri and Nayanikaa Shukla INTRODUCTION Mark Mallia would never have comprehended that of the minds that would try to recreate his work one among them would be artificial. Recently, a robot named Universal Machine Artist (“UMA”) has made… Continue Reading →

Duty-bound Trade Mark Registrar: Case of IP Attorneys Association v. Controller General

By, Yash Raj   The Hon’ble Delhi High Court recently through a Single Judge Bench of Hon’ble Mr. Justice J.R. Midha in the case of Intellectual Property Attorneys Association v. The Controller General of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks[1] arising… Continue Reading →

Do the rules of the Indian Evidence Act apply to Patent processes?

By, Vasu Manchanda   Introduction The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 entails the burden of proof and its onus on the plaintiff. According to Section 101 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, the burden to prove the existence of the claimed… Continue Reading →

Patent Linkage: Conflict of Interest between Developed and Developing Countries

By, Saransh Chaturvedi   The adoption of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), which formed part of the Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization, established a minimum level of protection with respect to various forms of… Continue Reading →

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