By, Saransh Chaturvedi Introduction The adoption of Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), which formed part of the agreements established the World Trade Organization, established a minimum level of protection with respect to various forms… Continue Reading →
By, Mohit Kar Intellectual Property Rights (“IPR”) in the Middle East are based on the idea of Western influence on foreign laws, which have now been assimilated into the local laws.[i] It is an illustration of the West’s supremacy in… Continue Reading →
One of the suggested methods in preventing the spread of COVID-19 is washing hands with soap and water. This simple yet effective method has paved the way for India’s first IP dispute between Dettol’s makers, Reckitt Benckiser and Hindustan Unilever Limited. Sayesha Battacharya analyzes the current dispute and also takes the reader through some of the advertising wars between Reckitt Benckiser and HUL.
Prabhdeep Kaur addresses the issue of regulation of online curated content in the light of the fight against piracy and the recent development of “Digital Curated Content Complaint Council’. The author also examines how various countries shape their law to keep up with emerging technologies to see if self-regulation of such content is possible.
Shreya Srivastava analyses how COVID-19 which has forced the countries to shut its borders has paved the way for the re-emergence of compulsory licensing. Many countries without existing provisions for the same have amended their laws in the wake of the pandemic for better accessibility of essential items. The author also looks into the probable developments in the Indian scenario.