Manupatra Intellectual Property Reports [MIPR] is an authoritative periodical covering all aspects of Intellectual Property Laws. It reports latest case-laws and prints recent notifications & government resolutions. The Journal covers IPR judgments of Supreme Court and other High Courts in India, orders of various IPR tribunal, TDSAT orders that pertain to any issue of IPR, articles, short notes, legislative and judicial analysis, international cases, new developments in area of IPR worldwide and national and international news.
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  • Publisher: Manupatra Publishing Pvt. Ltd
  • Language: English
  • Chapter 1

    Subject Index

    Cancellation of registration – Challenge thereto – Section 2 of Designs Act, 2000/Act – Whether Controller erred in cancelling registration of design of Appellant on ground that impugned design is neither new nor original? – Held, definition of “design” given under Section 2(d) of Act, makes it clear that, design means features of shape, configuration, pattern, ornament or composition of lines or colours applied to an article and not article itself.

  • Chapter 2

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    IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI Iritech Inc. v. The Controller of Patents

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    IN THE HIGH COURT OF MADRAS TTK Healthcare Limited v. S.R. Bio Future Labs

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    Cablz, INC. v. Chums, INC., Croakies, INC. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; Decided on 12th September, 2017

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    Automotive patents jump 20% According to a recent research, applications for patents in the automotive industry have jumped by more than 20% in the past four years. Reportedly, BMW leads the way with 113 patents followed by Peugeot Citroen with 98 patents and Honda with 78 patents.

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    BBC settles infringement dispute with an Indian publisher The British Broadcasting Company filed a Trade mark infringement suit against Kuldip Singh Kalra, publisher of a cooking book titled “BBC”. During the pendency of the suit, the parties entered into a settlement before the Delhi High Court Mediation and Conciliation Centre.

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    The IPR Concept was evolved in Ancient Tamil speaking parts of India in Siddha system of medicine in the pre-manuscript period. To preserve scientific knowledge without deletions, additions, and modifications during oral transmissions a new method was invented, transmission of knowledge through Verses.

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