Japsanjam Kaur Wadhera

Japsanjam Kaur Wadhera is an Advocate and has completed her BA.LLB (Hons) and has experience of writing various research papers during her college time. Earlier she was working as an Associate Advocate in a reputed Law Firm. She has an extreme interest in writing legal content and her core area falls under legal enactments, tax and finance.

All You Need to know about Limitations of Trademark Law

The Trademarks Act, 1999 allows for the protection of well- known trademarks in 2 ways that is, an action against the registration of similar trademarks and action against the misuse of well- known trademarks. Trademark registration is important since it is a way to protect and secure a brand from any trademark infringement. Where on […]

Difference between Assignment and License under Trademarks Act, 1999

A trademark is a mark which helps the owner of a brand to distinguish its products and services from the others. The trademark registration is important for a brand owner so as to get all the legal rights and benefits upon the registration. The trademark owner gets a right to transfer his rights with respect […]

What are Unconventional Trademarks and Challenges that are faced during Its Registration?

A trademark is a mark which is capable of being represented graphically and helps to distinguish the goods or services of one person from the others. Any mark such as logo, word, letter, design, numeral etc capable of distinguishing the goods or services can be registered as a trademark under the Indian Trademarks Act, 1999. […]

The Famous Trademark Cases from which Businesses can Learn

Trademark means a mark which is used by a company or an individual to provide its products and services a distinctive identity. Trademark protects a brand from being infringed by others. Obtaining trademark registration provides many legal rights to the trademark holder. There has been a significant rise in the trademark cases in India during […]

Landmark Judgments on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Law in India

Intellectual property rights (IPR) are the rights which are given to the person over the invention and creation of something which is original. The creator is given an exclusive right over the use of his or her creation for a specified period of time. Intellectual property right is in itself a very broad term. It […]

Website Copyright Registration in India: A Complete Process

A website is a set of web pages which is under a single domain name, published on at least one web server and created by an individual or an organization. People can access the information on a website through various ways such as using hypertext links, scrolling Web Pages or through search engines. The website […]

What are RERA Related Issues?

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) was implemented to provide transparency and accountability of the developers and promoters in the RERA project and to safeguard the interest of the homebuyers while investing in the real estate market. However, in the recent years RERA has been facing some critical issues as well. The […]

What is the Doctrine of Fair Dealing in Copyright Law?

The doctrine of Fair dealing is a right of the person which is allowed in the copyright law to use of deal with the copyright protected work without taking any permission or paying any copyright royalty to the owner of the copyrighted work. The fair dealing is the exceptions provided under the Copyright Act, 1957 […]

How to File Reply to Copyright Objection in India?

Copyright is a legal right that is given to the creator or the author of the original work by the law of the country so that the author can protect his interest in the work while using or trading in it. Copyright is a form of Intellectual property rights and is an asset for the […]

What is the Procedure and Cost Involved in the Trademark Registration?

A trademark is a mark such as symbol, word, name, design, logo etc which is used by a company or an individual to distinguish its products and services from the others. It is used to provide a distinctive characteristic to the products so that it can easily be identified by the people as well as […]

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