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Chadha & Chadha Intellectual Property Law Firm

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Patent enforcement through the courts in India

Global, India - December 5 2018 A structured guide to enforcing patents through the courts in India

India: anticipation by previous publication & prior claiming

India - January 26 2018 India follows the principle of absolute novelty which may be construed by a joint reading of Sections 2 (l) and 13 of the Indian Patents Act, 1970

India: New Patents (Amendment) Rules 2016 - Analysing the Key Highlights

India - June 7 2016 India has a TRIPS compliant, robust, equitable and dynamic IPR regime, pervaded with abundant creative and innovative energies. Despite that, Indian

Trade dress under Indian law

India - October 3 2018 Product packaging or the look of a product has nowadays become just as essential as the product itself. A trade dress is the visual appearance of a

An overview of patentability in India

Global, India - December 5 2018 An overview of patentability in India

Can remedy of passing off be claimed for a registered design?

India - December 21 2018 The question of availing the remedy of passing off for a registered design has been cleared post Delhi High Court's recent judgement, 'Carlsberg

Facets of Comparative Advertising: Horlicks Ltd. & Anr. Vs. Heinz India Pvt. Ltd

India - December 21 2018 The flurry of full-page ads with competitive claims, and television commercials in which brands take sly potshots at each other have kept the spirt of

Role of intellectual property in strengthening the tourism industry

India - December 19 2018 At first glance, tourism and intellectual property seem two very disparate concepts. However, on further analysis tourism is dependent upon

Request for extension of time: an ambiguous provision?

India - December 19 2018 The issue regarding the request for extension of time has been discussed in the judgement by the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) in the

Delhi High Court places greater responsibility on e-commerce intermediaries: Christian Louboutin Sas versus Nakul Bajaj

European Union, India - December 10 2018 In a noteworthy judgment pronounced on November 2, 2018, for a trade mark infringement suit filed by the manufacturer of luxury shoes, Christian