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Protection in paralysis

With India’s legal enforcement machinery neutralised by lockdown, infringement activity has climbed to an all-time high. What can IP owners do to stay afloat?

The epidemic of fake branded masks

By Manisha Singh and Simran Bhullar, LexOrbis

No copyright protection implied for film sequels

By Manisha Singh and Gautam Kumar, LexOrbis

Application of punitive damages in TM infringement cases

By Mi Tai, Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency

Complementary advances can be research or imitation

By DPS Parmar, LexOrbis

Recourse measures for apprehension of infringement

By DPS Parmar, LexOrbis

Are copyright infringement offences cognizable or not?

By Akanksha Kar, LexOrbis

3D TM operating strategy for enterprises

By Zhao Yunhu, Dentons

Patent processes: Who carries burden of proof?

By Swati Gupta, LexOrbis

Rights ignored in optimising trademark processes

By Ruchi Sarin and Keya Joshi, LexOrbis

Growing role of declaration of non-infringement

By DPS Parmar, LexOrbis

IPAB on appointment and role of neutral experts

By DPS Parmar, LexOrbis

Importance of expert testimony in patent cases

By DPS Parmar, LexOrbis

Louboutin’s fight for single colour trademark protection

By Harshada Wadkar, LexOrbis

Joint suit allowed for design infringement, passing off

By Omesh Puri and Dheeraj Kapoor, LexOrbis

Trademark precedents: An evolving landscape

By Dheeraj Kapoor and Shilpi Jain, LexOrbis

John Doe orders bring light in dark age of digital piracy

By Aprajita Nigam, LexOrbis

Grants of punitive damages signal growing IP protection

By Omesh Puri and Abhigyan Ashok, LexOrbis

Executive and legal regime fight against counterfeiting

By Dheeraj Kapoor, LexOrbis

Zee and Sony in copyright combat over reality show

By Aprajita Nigam, LexOrbis

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Prior use trumps later trademark registration

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