7 October, 2016
Delhi High Court on 16-9-2016 has held that action of the University (defendant) of making a master photocopy of the relevant portions of the books purchased by it and keeping in its library, making further photocopies out of the said master copy and distributing the same to the students does not constitute infringement of copyright ...
27 April 2016
Bombay High Court has refused to grant ad-interim relief in a case of alleged copying of Plaintiff’s registered literary work (script of a movie) without his permission, license or assignment. The Court in its decision in Notice of Motion (L) No. 1153/2016 in Suit (L) No. 343/2016, noted that, it was not known as to whether the Plaint...
28 April, 2015
Deliberating on the distinction between the ‘artistic work’ and the ‘article’ produced on the basis of the same, Bombay High Court on 1-4-2015 has granted interim injunction in the case of Pranda Jewellery Pvt. Ltd. v. Aarya 24 kt, where the branded jewellery articles were produced allegedly using designs o...
By Lakshmi Pavan
The penetration of digitalization in every sector of the economy is a challenge from taxation perspective. Given the global nature of operations, it is possible for multi-national enterprises (MNEs) fragment their production and supply chain across various low tax jurisdictions. They park and manage the Intellectual Property (‘IP’) in...
ITAG will be organising its 6th Global Intellectual Property Convention from 16-18 January 2014 in Hyderabad. This conference is being co-organised with Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan. The theme for GIPC - 2014 is “Optimising the economic value of innovation & IPR in global market”.
Mr. V Lakshmikumaran, Managing partner, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan along with Dr. Malathi Lakshmikumaran, Director...
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