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Copyrighting a design – an analysis

The Designs Act, 2000 (“the Act”), is a complete code in itself and protection under it is totally statutory in nature. It protects the visual design of objects that are not purely utilitarian. Section 2(d) of the Act, defines a… Continue Reading →

Fashion law and its scope in India

Fashion Law regulates the relationship between fashion designers, distributors and customers, making them duty bound towards each other so they could act within the scope of the legally binding negotiations that arise due to the contractual obligations between them. It… Continue Reading →

Ethics and Law in cyberspace

Mrs. Shobha Kumar, a quintessential middle class Indian lady had uploaded some of her personal health details and medical test reports on an internet medical website for assistance in her health matter. The matter has been attended by the website,… Continue Reading →

Yoga and Intellectual Property Rights

Each one of us have practiced yoga at some point of our time in one form or another. Yoga is not only physically helpful but also mentally. It lowers blood pressure, body weight and also lowers the risk of heart… Continue Reading →

#Copyright #Law In India – Introduction

The law of copyright in India is governed by the Indian Copyright Act 1957 (as amended).  The word “copyright” has  to be understood properly before we go deep into the subject. Copyright  is basically is a Right given to the Creator of… Continue Reading →

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