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Digital Currency: The Coming Future of World

Digital Currency: The Coming Future of World   What does Digital Currency means? Digital currency is money that is only available in digital or electronic form, rather than in physical form. Digital money, electronic money, electronic currency, and cyber cash are all terms used to describe it. Understanding Digital Currency Digital currencies are intangible, and they can only be owned and traded using computers or electronic wallets that are linked to the Internet or other chosen networks. Physical currencies, such as banknotes and minted coins,

Astrazeneca AB and Anr vs Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd

Astrazeneca AB and Anr vs Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd: Refusal of Injunction for non-compliance of Patent Law

Astrazeneca AB and Anr vs Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd: Refusal of Injunction for non-compliance of Patent Law In an infringement suit by Astrazeneca AB and Astrazeneca Pharma India Limited the defendants challenged the validity of the patent on the ground that Plaintiff has failed to disclose its patent applications in other countries. The Delhi High Court passed the judgment on 18th Nov 2020 and refused to grant an interim injunction in favor of the Plaintiff, on the ground that it failed to

Trademark Battle with The Times Group over ‘NEWS HOUR’ and ‘NATION WANTS TO KNOW’

Arnab Goswami in Trademark Battle with The Times Group over ‘NEWS HOUR’ and ‘NATION WANTS TO KNOW’

Arnab Goswami in Trademark Battle with The Times Group over ‘NEWS HOUR’ and ‘NATION WANTS TO KNOW’ In a recent judgment given by the Delhi High Court in Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd. vs. ARG Outlier Media Pvt. Ltd. & Ors., Hon’ble Mr. Justice Jayant Nath by partly allowing the application, passes an interim injunction in favor of the plaintiff and against the defendants restraining them from using the trade mark ‘NEWS HOUR’ or any other mark which is deceptively similar

Intellectual property appellate board (IPAB) set to be abolished – Ennoble IPIntellectual property appellate board

Intellectual property appellate board (IPAB) set to be abolished

Intellectual property appellate board (IPAB) set to be abolished The reconstruction of Tribunals has started after the Government of India tabled The Finance Bill, 2017 in the Lok Sabha. Through, the Finance Act, 2017 seven tribunals were abolished or merged with the existing tribunals by the Government on the basis of similarities or types of work done by them, and in this way, the number of tribunals in India was reduced from 26 to 19. For instance, with its roles and