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MakeMyTrip vs – Looking at the Delhi High Court Injunction on Usage of AdWords.

In an order dated 27th April 2022, Justice Pratibha M. Singh awarded an interim injunction in favor of Makemytrip (within the territory of India) in the matter of Makemytrip India Private Limited vs B. V. & Ors.  respondents were limited from utilizing the offended party’s enlisted blemishes on the Google Ads Program as catchphrases since this would add up to reserve encroachment and comprise passing-off. Relevant Background and Parties Submission The plaintiff brought the complaint to defend its different registered trademarks

How to safeguard your IP in the metaverse?

As you all know that digitalization is at its peak and every day it starts with a new beginning, and a day comes when people will live in a digital world 24/7, No one knows about the future, but the metaverse is certainly expanding rapidly as the world deep dive into the digital realm, for that company needs to know how to protect their intellectual property and its assets. Consider that somehow the top 10 global most valuable NFTs were sold

Post Abolishment of Intellectual Property Appellate Board; A Re-Look At Section 124 Of The Trade Marks Act, 1999

As of late, the Tribunal Reforms Act, 2021 annulled different Tribunals including India’s Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), and doled out they are The Trade Marks Act, 1999 accommodates two legal rights others to be specific, a right of an enlisted owner to solely utilize the enrolled brand name and to look for insurance against its abuse and then again, a distressed individual has a privilege to look for amendment of an enlisted brand name of someone else on the

3 Artificial Intelligence Applications for Entrepreneurs That Will Change Your Business

Artificial intelligence is the future of business when it comes to problem-solving. Artificial intelligence has the potential to completely revolutionise your company. It’s versatile enough to be used for everything including customer care to sales, and it’s also simple to set up. Artificial intelligence is already being used in several industries, but it’s just now making inroads into the small company world. We’re about to explore for some of the most effective ways that AI may help you as a business owner.

Oppo’s mobile gaming controller

Oppo Patents Mobile Gaming Controller with Built-in Earphones Storage

Oppo’s alleged mobile gaming controller will have two analogue joysticks, a D-pad, and four or five buttons. By- Kirti Reddy Oppo might have a mobile gaming controller with an earphone storage compartment in the pipeline. An older patent that was filed in September 2019 for this tool with filing number CN112451961A was spotted and the image in the patent depicted an Xbox style controller with a phone mount attached to the top and two slots at the bottom. Though Oppo hasn’t shared any information

MoU signed by ISRO And NIT Rourkela

A MoU signed by ISRO And NIT Rourkela for Setting Up a Space Technology Incubation

A MoU signed by ISRO And NIT Rourkela for Setting Up a Space Technology Incubation This S-TIC will serve the entire Eastern regions of our country By- Kirti Reddy An MoU has been signed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and National Institute of Technology(NIT), Rourkela for setting up a Space Technology Incubation Centre(S-TIC).  The MoU was signed on Thursday after ISRO agreed to set up a Space Technology Incubation Centre(S-TIC) at NIT Rourkela. The S-TIC will boost the young academia with

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N95: Throwing Light on the Generic Expression of Trademark Registration

N95: Throwing Light on the Generic Expression of Trademark Registration By: Surbhi Verma Face Masks are the new normal because of the widespread pandemic worldwide! For the protection and as a safeguard several masks are available in the market but N95 i.e. Not-Resistant to Oil and the respirator block 95 percent of very small particles has gained a vital standing because of its ability to cover the face property and reducing particles from entering into the mouth and keeping the virus at


Spotify’s Newly Patent Invention: A Caution for Plagiary

Spotify’s Newly Patent Invention: A Caution for Plagiary By: Shikhar Mishra In the past few years’ copyrights infringement in the music industry has become a persistent source of misery for writers or music composers. It is because they usually draw ideas or inspiration from the world around them. Often these writers or composer make their own music that involves substantial similarity between the creation and existing works and opens a door for a legal battle. In contemplation of this issue Spotify- a

Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual Property Rights: Powerhouse for Encouraging Innovation and Creativity

Intellectual Property Rights: Powerhouse for Encouraging Innovation and Creativity By: Surbhi Verma Innovation and Creativity is impotent for society. We would be stuck in a static economy if there will not be much progress without creativity and ideas. Technological advances in all aspects of life have fundamentally altered the way we interact, move and operate. In this context, the term “innovation” refers to the creation, development and implementation of a new product, process or service, with the aim of improving efficiency, effectiveness or

WIPO Madrid the international trademark system

The Transformation Route: Under Madrid Protocol

The Transformation Route: Under Madrid Protocol By: Surbhi Verma Can your international trademark application be converted into a National application? This question is a subject of concern due to the threat of central attack under the Madrid system. What is Madrid System? The Madrid System of the International Registration of Marks is governed by the Madrid Agreement, concluded in 1891 and the Protocol relating to that Agreement, concluded in 1989. The system makes it possible to protect a mark in a large number of