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Jumping the gun under the merger control regime in India

India - July 17 2018 Merger control regime in India provides for a suspensory regime wherein the 'combinations' (i.e. the notifiable transactions under the provisions of

Is extraterritorial application of Copyright Act possible?

India - May 23 2016 In Banyan Tree Holding v A Murali Krishna Reddy the Delhi High Court clarified the importance and scope of the special jurisdiction provision (ie

Appealing to the Intellectual Property Appellate Board

India - September 28 2011 Although the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) has been operating for some time, its real powers are yet to be clarified

Standard-essential patents: comparing IP rights policies

European Union, USA - February 29 2016 Standard-essential patent litigation has been on the rise, especially in the telecoms industry in relation to the technology standards prescribed by

Can patent validity be challenged on “procedural” or “administrative” grounds?

India - December 14 2011 Few discussions on patents deal with the aspects of the law that provide succour to the patentee

Jumping the gun under the merger control regime in India

India - July 17 2018 Merger control regime in India provides for a suspensory regime wherein the 'combinations' (i.e. the notifiable transactions under the provisions of

Film censorship versus film certification

India - May 25 2017 US legal philosopher Ronald Dworkin set out three main reasons why freedom of expression matters: Denial of collective control of the culture -

Is extraterritorial application of Copyright Act possible?

India - May 23 2016 In Banyan Tree Holding v A Murali Krishna Reddy the Delhi High Court clarified the importance and scope of the special jurisdiction provision (ie

Standard-essential patents: comparing IP rights policies

European Union, USA - February 29 2016 Standard-essential patent litigation has been on the rise, especially in the telecoms industry in relation to the technology standards prescribed by

Special jurisdiction provisions: how special are they?

India - November 23 2015 On July 1 2015 the Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated decision in IPRS v Sanjay Dalia. The case considered the interpretation of the special