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Vaibhavi Pandey

Vaibhavi Pandey Singh & Associates

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“Fair dealing” in copyrights: is the Indian law competent enough to meet the current challenges?

India - March 1 2014 Fair dealing is a limitation and exception to the exclusive right granted by copyright law to the author of a creative work. It permits reproduction…


Being famous: a boon or a bane?

India - December 31 2013 The word "CELEBRITY" in itself brings the picture of a person with name, fame and popularity, always gathered by crowd, in our minds. The word…


ICANN's UDRP as a domain name dispute redressal mechanism

Global, India - November 28 2013 The rapid growth of the internet in the past ten years has witnessed a huge range of evolution in technological developments, from windows 98 to…


Protection of traditional knowledge as trade secrets

India - November 28 2013 Traditional knowledge (TK) may be described as knowledge, know-how, skills and practices that are developed, sustained and passed on from generation…


Quality control provisions vs. naked licensing of trademarks

India - September 17 2013 Trademark licensing, in simple terms can be defined as the limited grant of right to use that trademark on mutually agreed terms and conditions…

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