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About Author: Anunay Kumar is a fourth year student at O P Jindal University Everyday millions of users which include both individuals and corporations log onto their screens and would use google to look for a desired picture and 'borrow' the same without any reservation for both commercial and non-commercial...
About The Authors- Aditi Gupta and Harsh Kamdar are  fifth-year law students at the Institute of Law, Nirma University with keen interest in the field of Intellectual Property Rights and Media & Entertainment Law. Can “square packaging” of the chocolates provide exclusive rights to its owner? It was answered in affirmative in...
About the Author: Supriya Singh is a final year student at Institute of Law, Nirma University. She has keen interest in the areas of Commercial Laws, Intellectual Property Laws & Taxation Laws. There exists no definition of franchise under the Indian law. However, it may be defined as granting of...
About Author:  Rishika Garg is a fifth- year B.Com LLB student at Institute of Law, Nirma University. She has a keen interest in Corporate Law, Intellectual Property Law and Technology Law. INTRODUCTION The Competition Act, 2002 (Act) was enforced almost a decade ago. Since then the Competition Commission of India (CCI)...
ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Nehan Sethi is lawyer and the Founder of ‘Her Forum’ - a platform and community for women in law. Nehan currently works at Crawford Bayley & Co. and has a strong interest in Intellectual Property laws. Mishaal  Nathani  is a lawyer by profession and an entrepreneur by nature. He currently works in the CEO's...
About the Author: Garima Saxena is a fourth-year student at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, and has a keen interest in Intellectual Property and Media Laws. Parle Agro recently dragged Walmart India to the court over the infringement of their trademark ‘Appy Fizz’ and trade dress, which led...
About the Author: Ayushi Dubey is a fourth year law student in the Institute of Law, Nirma University. Introduction Recently, the Delhi High Court (“the Court”) in the case of Peps Industries Pvt. Ltd. v. Kurlon Ltd. discussed in detail the major areas concerning the trademark laws in India. The judgment...
About the Author: Manika Dayal is a recent graduate of Jindal Global Law School, and has a key interest in Intellectual Property Laws and Policy. Public demands for internet platforms to intervene more aggressively in online content are steadily mounting. Calls for companies like YouTube and Facebook to tackle issues...
ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Pooja Kapadia is the Head of Legal and Business Affairs at Tulsea, a leading strategic talent and content management company based in Mumbai and Los Angeles that represents India’s leading content creators (actors and directors)  who are a part of Pataal Lok, Sacred Games, Leila, Ghoul, Betaal,...
About the Author:Abhishek Iyer is a 4th Year B.A.-LL.B. Student at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar. He had earlier written a post for us here. Recently, a spokesperson for the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (“ISKON”) got into trouble for sharing a copyrighted video of Shemaroo on social media platform...

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