The write-up is divided into three parts in order to identify the start-up culture in India from the legal point of view, where the first part sets out the definition of a start-up in the Indian context. The second section addresses the regulatory structures the Indian law makers have taken up to promotea country’s start-Up ecosystem. After that, the paper ends by reviewing recent developments in government policies, including a detailed analysis of SIPP.
Introduction The trademarks in India were protected through common law principle and the principle of equity. Gradually with the growth and development in business, service and commerce there was a need for protection and registration of trademarks for the smooth […]
Introduction A trademark is also known as a visual mark and is mostly referred as a brand name. It can be in a form of a signature, name, device, label, numerals, combination of colours, symbol, writing, a mark or a […]
Invention expands with the range of development and the needs of society. Newer forms of intellectual property rights are emerging with the advancement of science and technology for instance, computer software program, biotechnology etc.
Introduction The patent rights are the exclusive rights of the inventor over the invention that he made using his intellect. When there is a violation of such rights it is termed as patent infringement. In other words, if any person […]
Introduction Property is defined as the highest right a man can have to anything and includes rights such as trademarks, copyright, patent etc. In 1883, in the Paris Convention, the Industrial Property Protection was created and later in 1886 in […]