Leading innovators of haptics, Immersions was founded in 1993. Immersions’ touch feedback technology provides users with more enthralling feel of the digital world. Company’s high quality haptic technology enables the partners to enhance users experience and transform the experience of video games and music by providing distinctive confirmation, and expanding usability when a... Read More
Patentability of an idea is one of the controversial topics faced during the grant of patents. There is a very fine line difference between an idea and an invention because every invention is first an idea which later matures and gets patented. On the face of it, it seems that there is no substantial way to protect an id... Read More
The most important role that is played by any law in this world of free markets is the laws of intellectual property. They act as a survival kit in a highly competitive market by ensuring that the owner’s right of the intellect... Read More
Directive On Copyright In The Digital Single Market
Our world, today, is shaped by the Internet. With the onslaught of the discussion about data privacy, it is seen how Internet is used as a platform to shapepeople’s mind and their opinions. The amount of content being consumed through the internet continues to rise every day.... Read More
First time in India the term “image mark” has been used when Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) obtained the trademark for the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel and Tower Wing Exterior (image) on 19th June, 2016. The registration number is 3386351 and falls under Class 43 that covers “services providing food and d... Read More
What is biodiversity?
The first thing which comes into our mind by listening this term is the green forest, beautiful flowers, sounds of the birds chirp etc. How we all used to enjoy and always wish to return it again and again. But now the time has come to protect this biodiversity from getting destroyed.
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An unconventional trademark is a type of trademark which does not fall in the category of conventional trademark or traditional trademark. An unconventional trademark is mainly in the form of sound marks, smell marks, shape marks and color marks. An unconventional trademark must possess the communicative ability of being able to differentiate goods and services from one perso... Read More
The word ‘adaptation’ connotes innocence. The minute we hear or read this word, we pass it off as something that is an innocent or general attempt to recreate a piece of work that has already been produced or composed and appreciated. The adaptation of any work signifies a bona fide replication of the original. But, is it always done in good faith?
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Trade Secret or Patents! What to choose between both? A Big Confusion in the head of the company. The two have more differences than similarities.
Patents give you the exclusive right to exclude others from making, selling, using or importing a particular product or service in exchange for full... Read More
On January 22, 2019, in the recent ruling of Helsinn Healthcare S.A. v. TevaPharmaceuticals USA, Inc., No. 17-1229,the US Supreme court held that inventors lose patent protection for inventions that they had sold or offered to sell more than a year before submitting the patent application... Read More