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Copyright 101: A handbook for Creatives

IPRMENTLAW in collaboration with Creative First and FICCI launches handbook on Copyright

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (JANUARY 10-16)

Broadcasters challenge TRAI letter asking broadcasters to provide a detailed architecture indicating which media is being used to deliver linear content to their own...

JUDGMENTS WRITING: WHAT IS ACCESSIBLE?

This article is coauthored with Sanskriti Srimali, a fourth year student from Institute of Law Nirma Univeristy. Introduction: Author-Reader Dichotomy Friedrich Nietzsche’s famous lines “it is...

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (January 3– 9)

PIL Filed Against SS Rajamouli’s 'RRR' At Telangana High Court A Public Interest Petition (PIL) was filed by Alluri Soumya a student hailing from West...

INDIAN ADVERTISEMENTS – A CONSTANT MORAL-LEGAL CONUNDRUM

The Indian advertisements have been iconic in their true sense and have mostly managed to attract their audiences while conveying the relevant message. The...

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (DEC 25-JAN 2)

Delhi High Court directs Whatsapp to block groups illegally circulating Dainik Bhaskar owned E-newspaper The Delhi High Court on December 28, 2021 directed Whatsapp to...

IPRMENTLAW ANNUAL HIGHLIGHTS 2021

Wishing all our readers a very Happy New Year. This January 2022, IPRMENTLAW completes its fourth year. We would like to thank all our...

REMAKE RIGHTS UNDER INDIAN COPYRIGHT LAW: INTRICACIES AND IMPLICATIONS OF MADRAS HC’S ‘VAALEE’ VERDICT

Before-Background All authors can be owners but not all owners can be authors, except producers. You may mind - why producers are more equal than...

COPYRIGHT AND THE “BUSINESS OF ISSUING LICENSES”: IP’S LEVIATHAN FROM INDIA- Analysis of the...

In a very interesting precedent from the Madras High Court, M/s Novex Communications Pvt. Ltd., a company which sometimes acts as an “agent” and...

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (December 20-26)

Gangubai Kathiawadi: Bombay High Court stays defamation proceedings against producers, authors and actor The Bombay High Court continued the stay on summons issued by...

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (December 13-19)

And There Was (N)one Trademark: Delhi HC holds Agatha Christie’s novel as a Distinctive Trademark Recently, the Delhi High Court set aside an order dated...

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