Siddharth Verma

Siddharth has completed his graduation in law (BA. LLB) from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. He has a keen interest in doing extensive research and writing on legal subjects, especially on Civil, criminal and corporate Law. He is a creative thinker and has a great interest in exploring legal subjects.

India Today Sued Newslaundry For Copyright Infringement

India Today sued Newslaundry for Copyright Infringement along with the suit of defamation before the Hon’ble Delhi High court of India.  Copyright infringement basically means breaching, misuse and stealing the registered exclusive rights of the copyright holder by the third party without his consent.  Scroll down to check information more regarding India Today sued Newslaundry […]

Trademark Dispute Between Hul & Emami Over “Glow & Handsome”

A Trademark dispute between HUL & EMAMI marked the controversy in India. Both the companies manufacture cosmetic products in respect of the current dispute on trademark infringement and have manufacturing units in many states in India. HUL (Hindustan Unilever) is a subsidiary of British based company Unilever argued that it is one of the oldest […]

Global Initiative to Patent Waiver On Covid-19 Vaccines

As we all know that how covid-19 a “deadly pandemic” spread all around the world, and the rate of infection and fatality due to it caused major cause of concern in respect of the health of the people. The whole world is witnessing how important it is to provide the free vaccine of Covid-19 to […]

Procedure For Design Registration In India

To safeguard Intellectual Property Rights, one should comply with the procedure for design registration in India as per the rules laid down under the Design Act, 2000 and Design Rules 2001, which manages the design registration in India. Design is one type of Intellectual Property Right which is said to be the “exclusive right” of […]

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