Advertising & Product Liability

A product liability lawsuit could be filed when the marketing of a product differs significantly from its safety. Know More

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a way to resolve disputes without going to court, such as through arbitration, mediation, or negotiation. Know More

Arts Law

Art and antiquities are subject to a wide range of legal concerns, including valuation, sale, and transfer of property, as well as civil and criminal liability. Know More


Biological diversity plays a vital role in the conservation of nature as well as the development of the biotechnology industry. Know More

Brand Strategy

Brand development and its impact on the market are essential to any thriving business. Intellectual property plays a vital role in business. Know More

Competition Law

It is the responsibility of competition law to create and maintain a competitive market. As a result of competition, enterprises. Know More

Contractual & Commercial IP

A commercial contract is a legally binding agreement between two parties, in which one party is obligated to do something. Know More

Customs & IPRs

By protecting borders from the entry of goods that violate intellectual property, the Customs Authorities have gained. Know More


It is considered intellectual property infringement when any work protected by intellectual property laws is copied used, or exploited without the owner’s permission. Know More

Essential Evaluation

If properly managed, intellectual property can be a powerful tool for growth and progress. Governments must deepen their commitment to establishing an effective. Know More


The concept of franchising is based on a marketing concept that can be used by an organization to expand its business. Know More

Geographical Indication

Products with geographical indications (GIs) have qualities or reputations that are due to their geographical origin and have a specific geographic origin. Know More

IT & E-Commerce Laws

In electronic commerce, also known as e-commerce, products and services are purchased and sold electronically through the Internet. Know More

Law Of Fashion

The global fashion industry is valued at hundreds of billions of dollars. Intellectual property is one of the primary concerns of the fashion designer. Know More


Licensing is the process of leasing the rights to a legally protected piece of intellectual property from a licensor – the party that owns. Know More

Media & Entertainment

Media law is the area of law that governs culture, entertainment, advertising, broadcasting, telecommunications, and generally anything. Know More

Packing & Labelling

There is a strong link between food packaging and consumer protection. Several packaging laws and regulations. Know More

Plant Variety

Agricultural development has been accelerated by the development of new plant varieties and the improvement of seed quality. Know More

Start-Up Law

In order for a startup to succeed in its business, it is imperative that it understands and protects its intellectual property rights. Know More

Trade Secrets

Agricultural development has been accelerated by the development of new plant varieties and the improvement of seed quality. Know More

January 2023
Delhi High Court sets aside registration of ‘Swiss Military’ trademark by private company
The Delhi High Court has set aside the registration of ‘Swiss Military’ and the logo by a private company called Promoshirts SM. The HC has held that a red cross with white background and the words ‘Swiss Military’ serve as a source identifier for the goods of Swiss Origin for the public.
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January 2023
Return of iconic Yezdi motorcycle hits legal hurdle, Karnataka HC cancels trademark acquisition by heir of original maker
The return of ‘Yezdi’, an iconic Indian motorcycle from the 1970s, has suffered a legal setback with the Karnataka High Court ruling as illegal the acquisition of the ‘Yezdi’ trademark by a member of the family of the original owners — Ideal Jawa (India) Pvt Ltd — which went into liquidation two decades ago.
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December 2022
India to seek IPR waiver for green energy tech at G20
India is planning to push for a waiver of intellectual property rights (IPR) for technologies related to green energy and energy transition in a bid to bridge the technology gap across G20 countries, two officials aware of the matter said. India took over presidency of the grouping earlier this month.
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News & Events


Breaking News: Toyota Loses Trademark Battle over Prius at Indian Supreme Court

The plaintiff, in this case, is Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha and they seek to prevent the defendant, a spare parts supplier by the name M/S Prius Auto Industries Limited, from the usage of the trademarks- “Toyota”, “Innova”, and “Prius”. According to the finding of the court, two of the three trademarks mentioned, namely Toyota and […]

Why Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual property rights create a situation in which the inventor or the creator enjoys full ownership and rights to commercial exploitation of his creation while everyone else is excluded. The justification is that such a creation, if it has material value, must benefit the creator while preventing others who would otherwise commercially exploit the concept […]

An Overview of Copyright

WIPO defines copyright as the right of creators to ownership of their creations and to make use for commercial or other purposes. Copyright today covers literary creations, printed material, computer programs, data, audiovisual media, dance, paintings and drawings, photographs, sculpture, architecture, ad material, technical drawings and others that are the outcome of intellectual effort. From […]

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