Article Writing Competition, In lieu of ‘IP Day’ 26th April 2020; Deadline-3rd May, 2020.

The competition strives to find different opinions on various relevant legal topics regarding Intellectual Property Rights. This competition aims to create a platform for scholars to share their ideas and opinions regarding various themes that are mentioned below. Eligibility 3 Years/5 Years Law Students from any recognized law school/ college/ university across India. Guidelines for

Intellectual Property Day

World Intellectual Property Day is commemorated each year on April 26. The event was entrenched by ,the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in the year 2000 in order to “raise cognizance as to how  copyrights, trademarks patents and designs govern daily life” and, also  “to acknowledge, solemnize and celebrate creativity, and the bequests made by

Webinar on Career In Trademark Prosecution

About the Webinar: IP Assisto taking forward its vision is conducting the second edition of the webinar on “Career in Trademark Prosecution”. The webinar is fixated to provide an insight on the trademark prosecution, the course of action in the field and forthcoming prospects. It will broadly deliberate upon the career opportunities in trademark lawsuits

Introduction to Copyrights

Connotation: The exclusive and assignable legal right, given to the originator for a fixed number of years, to print, publish, perform, film, or record literary, artistic, or musical material.[1] Explication of the term copyright A copyright is a validated pronouncement that the owner shall have the exclusive right to reproduce, publish or sell particular artistic

INTRODUCTION TO IPR

Intellectual property rights refers to creations of the mind: inventions; literary and artistic works; and symbols, names, and photos etc. used in commerce. Intellectual Property Rights is similar to other property rights, it enables the Creators or Owners, of trademarks, patents or copyrighted works to have benefit from their own speculation in a creation. These

BASICS OF TRADEMARKS

Trademarks have a specific purpose of creating a special identity for a company or a product. This identity is usually created by the use of symbols, words, logos or a combination of all of the aforementioned. The main purpose is to create an identity that is capable of distinguishing the goods and services of one

INTRODUCTION TO TRADE SECRETS

Trade Secret can be a formula, pattern, physical device, idea, process, technological information or compilation of information which can be used for producing any goods or providing any services. Trade Secret is generally not known to the public and relevant business circles. Trade Secrets confers some economic benefits to the owner as they are unknown