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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 (June 2-9, 2024)

Government issues Guidelines for using Broadcast Seva Portal/Press Council of India portal by Advertisers/Advertising Agencies for uploading Self-declaration Certificate following Supreme Court directive The Supreme...

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (May 27- June 2, 2024)

PhonePe and BharatPe resolve trademark dispute through out-of-court settlement: Delhi High Court told BharatPe and PhonePe have settled their trademark infringement dispute through an out-of-court...

Protecting Personality Rights: Jackie Shroff’s Victory Against AI and Social Media Infringements

In a recent interim order in the case of Jaikishan Kakubhai Saraf alias Jackie Shroff v. The Peppy Store & Ors., the Delhi High...

Indian Copyright Law and Generative AI: Part 2- Transformative and Extractive Use

(This post is co-authored with Sneha Jain, Partner, Saikrishna & Associates) Having first considered the question of whether storing copyrightable works for training purposes is...

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (MAY 20-26)

Delhi High Court Seeks Centre's Response on Amol Palekar's PIL Against OTT Regulations The Delhi High Court has requested the Centre's stance on a public...

IPRS vs VODAFONE: Vodafone Liable To Pay Royalties To Authors, For Use of Literary...

Introduction The case of The Indian Performing Right Society Ltd v. Vodafone Idea Ltd., is a significant ruling for the music industry containing critical aspects...

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (MAY 13-19, 2024)

Calcutta High Court rules in favor of IPRS in relation to the exploitation of music as part of sound recordings and films on Vodafone’s...

YouTube’s Policy Pitfalls: A Deep Dive into Copyright Claims and Safe Harbor Concerns

Copyright enforcement mechanisms play a crucial role in safeguarding the rights of copyright owners. Various digital platforms, including YouTube, have implemented systems to address...

IPRMENTLAW WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS (May 6- 12, 2024)

Celebrities, influencers equally liable if they endorse misleading ads: Supreme Court in Patanjali case The Supreme Court’s directive requiring self-declaration forms from broadcasters and print...

Celebrities & Influencers are liable for Misleading Advertisements: Supreme Court

Celebrities & Influencers are liable for Misleading Advertisements The Supreme Court recently in Indian Medical Association v. Union of India, addressed concerns surrounding misleading advertisements...

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