Intellectual property rights

Nexus between IP Rights and cricket with reference to tournaments like The Indian Premier League, World Cup etc.

 Nexus between IP Rights and Cricket: The IPL, World Cup, etc

Cricket is a festivity for all people, not just Indians. People fervently and joyfully celebrate cricket. For many cricket fans, the Indian Premier League season is like a huge event. That they enjoy having a party every year. IPL and world cup seasons are when Indian cricket fans experience their peak levels of excitement. People skip work and have free time to watch cricket. In India, cricket is a sport that connects people on a soul level and overcomes all obstacles. In India, people of all ages and genders admire it. In India’s little too-wide streets, one can find young, energetic children playing gully cricket. In India, there are no barriers between cricket fans based on caste, creed, religion, or class. This Article speaks about cricket tournaments and their relationship with intellectual property rights.

Patent Infringement

Patent Infringement: Meaning, Types and All You Need to Know

A patent is a legal certificate that describes as well as grants the holder unique rights to produce, sell, or distribute an invention. The patent breach is the illegal use of the patent holder’s unique rights. This means that it would be regarded as a breach of patent rights if a patentee’s rights were exploited by another individual without the patentee’s permission. This article attempts to analyse the laws concerning the Infringement of Patents in India and the remedies available under those laws.   

Licensing of Intellectual Property

Licensing of Intellectual Property in the Internet Era

Intellectual property pertains to product accountability. This includes ideas, schemes, sketches, compositions, and manifestations. Additionally, it makes reference to electronic media, such as online sound and video clips. The purpose of IP law should be to enhance the rights of customers as well as copyright owners. Current intellectual property legislation is still relevant in the electronic era. The article handles the degree and inclusion of several IPRs, licenses, the Internet, and digital laws.

How to become a trademark agent in India

How to become a trademark agent in India: Step-by-Step

A person who specializes in handling issues related to trademarks is called a trademark agent. Agents for trademarks are expected to have a comprehensive understanding of trademarks, as well as expertise in the procedures for registering and protecting trademarks, as well as the prevention of the use of counterfeit marks. This article discusses the steps required to become a Trademark Agent in India.

International developments relating to the Traditional knowledge protection

Traditional Knowledge Protection: International Developments

Traditional knowledge refers to information gained by traditional intellectual activities such as skills, practice, and inventions. This article will focus on the meaning of traditional knowledge, its importance and scope, and most importantly its developments and protection. Traditional knowledge protection is becoming increasingly important, and the role of global bodies in ensuring such preservation is critical. In this article, we will discuss the protection of Traditional knowledge under IPR as well as the role of the international bodies regarding TK and international developments.

Rights of Copyright Owners in India

Rights of Copyright Owners in India: All You Need to Know

Copyright is a type of Intellectual Property Right (IPR) that gives the owner of the copyright the sole, undivided right to distribute, copy or perform a creative work for a limited period. Creative Work can be in any form whether artistic, dramatic, literary, or musical. The intention behind granting copyright is to protect the creative work and not the idea. This article discusses the rights of copyright owners in India.

Intellectual Property in the Metaverse

Intellectual Property in the Metaverse: All You Need to Know

The Metaverse is a burgeoning collection of cutting-edge digital experiences powered through new cloud computing models, the internet, and network connectivity. It is believed to be a type of virtual reality that combines several different digital elements. People will be able to hold meetings, learn, play games, communicate with others, and more. In this article, we will discuss the term metaverse in detail and how it is related to intellectual property rights, how it affects the same, and what role AI plays in it. In the end, we conclude the article with a short and crisp conclusion.

NFTs legality in India

Legality of NFTs in India as per IPR: All You Need to Know

NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are a type of cryptocurrency token that comprises a variety of physical and virtual properties. It includes images, gifs, drawings, movies, multimedia recordings, and other media. Each NFT is distinct and regarded as a rarity. A blockchain digital journal is used to document NFTs in a way that confirms their originality and legitimacy. Blockchain technologies are digital blocks that keep track of all the transactions involving the virtual digital asset, also known as VDA, where the data and title of NFTs holders are kept. The Intellectual property laws apply to royalty-free licenses on how their CryptoPunks may be used in derivative works belonging to NFT holders.