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What is Difference between Trademark and Copyright?
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What is Difference between Trademark and Copyright?

Protection under CopyrightAs discussed earlier, copyright is granted only for the distinct and original work of the author. It is granted for such works that are artistic and creative in nature. These rights are exclusive and available only to the author or creator to restrict anyone from copying his work. There is also a DMCA ie Digital Millennium Copyright Act enacted by the United States of America. It condemns the cremation and scattering of ... Read More

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IPR  and guidelines of IPR to facilitate startups (SIPP Scheme)
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IPR and guidelines of IPR to facilitate startups (SIPP Scheme)

Intellectual property is a legal field that refers to the creation of intellect; it means the creation of minds such as artistic works, inventions, literary work, and intellectual property rights are similar to any other property right. The intellectual property rights provide the owners with the right to enjoy the benefits derived from their own work. These rights are granted for the creations made by the human mind requiring skills and innovati... Read More

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Withdrawal of Patents
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Withdrawal of Patents

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTIntellectual property rights being a legal notion are right in intellectual property law for the creation of mind and innovations. These rights are generally categorized as non-physical rights which are an outcome of the original ideas and thoughts. The protections under intellectual property rights have a rich history and this history is fascinating. It can be traced way back to 500 BC when a Greek State named Sybaris,... Read More

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Patent laws in India
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Patent laws in India

What is Patent LawPatent is an exclusive right (a monopoly right) conferred by the patent office on an inventor to exploit his invention subject to the provisions of the Patents Act 1970 for a limited period of time. In this period, the designer is qualified to bar any other person from commercially misusing his development. The right of patent is statutory in nature and the said right stems from the statute i.e Patent Act. As per Halsbury’s la... Read More

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How can trademarks and patents benefit an organization?
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How can trademarks and patents benefit an organization?

Trademarks and patents benefit an organization in a number of ways which are as follows:Trademarks help businesses by acting as an efficient communication tool.  By using a trademark in the form of a logo or a brand, various attributes of a product or service are conveyed to the consumer.Trademarks and patents are valuable assets. With the value of the product rising, the value attached with the intellectual property (whether trademark or pa... Read More

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