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pricing & reimbursement 2018

India is widely acknowledged as being the 'pharmacy of the world' and is renowned as a haven for high-quality drugs at competitive prices.

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COPYRIGHTS, COVER VERSIONS AND THE MUDDLE.

Knowledge flourishes only if shared.However, writing anything in this era where censure is celebrated more than skepticism, always poses great risk for an another.

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INTERNET OF THINGS IN INDIA – INNOVATION AND PROTECTION

With the advent of software patent litigation in India, it is high time for the courts to bring out a clear test of patentability to CRI....

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AMENDMENTS MADE TO IPR (IMPORTED GOODS) ENFORCEMENT RULES

Brief note on the Amendment of Notification Nos. 47/2007 – Customs NT and 51/2010 - Customs Nt by the department of revenue, Ministry of Finance, Government of India.

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Time to tackle piracy through dispute resolution

Copyright owners face an array of challenges in protecting and enforcing their rights online, including on social media, and it’s time for a new dispute-resolution policy that is administered internationally.

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Protecting trademarks across borders

In the era of globalisation, trademark laws should be more uniform in order to assist brand owners, particularly those with famous trademarks.

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Slogans as protected trademarks

The protection of ‘Just do it’ and ‘Because you’re worth it’ is a contested area of Indian IP practice.

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FRAND or foe

The recent tussles between standard-essential patent (SEP) holders and implementers have garbbed the limelight in the arena of patent litigation.

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A close shave: using the Gillette defence

Despite appearing simple to apply, the so-called Gillette defence to patent infringement can be a complex matter.

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Variety is the spice of life

Bitika Sharma looks at the interplay between plant variety and patent protection in India, and considers the situation in the US, Canada and Europe .

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The evolving Indian trademark environment (sponsored discussion)

Sudeep Chatterjee and Jaya Mandelia & Sethi talk about some of the most important court cases and legal developments in India, as well as some best practices for enforcement.

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Comparative advertising: an overview

The history of comparative advertising dates back to the beginning of commerce itself. It has always been normal for a trader to attempt to enjoy pecuniary benefits by drawing a comparison between the qualities of his products/services and a competitor’s.

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