News Analysis - IPR


Intellectual Property Rights

  • India to Joins Madrid Trade Mark System (February 09, 2007)
    The Federal cabinet approved Indian's accession to the Madrid Protocol on International Registration of Marks to provide better and extensive protection abroad for Indian marks owners.<More>

  • US-China IPR Spat (January 31 , 2007)
    As trade gap between the United States and China widened, the countries appeared to be on collision course over intellectual property rights (IPR) with Washington accusing Beijing of counterfeiting American goods.<More>

  • Chinese Counterfeit Indian Brands (May 12, 2006)
    Chinese counterfeit manufacturers have managed to duplicate several well-known Indian brands to close perfection and selling them all over the world including India.<More>

  • India wants tighter US IPR Regime (May 4, 2006)
    Citing numerous instances of US companies trying to patent and monopolize traditional knowledge, India asked the US to tighten its Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) regime and institute better verification and compliance norms.<More>

  • Fast Track Courts to Sort IPR Issues (February 01, 2006)
    A United States Federal Circuit Court of Appeals Judge said that India could consider fast track courts dedicated to deal with IPR issues.<More>

  • India, US Fight Piracy (January 25, 2006)
    The United States navy intercepted a pirate ship off the coast of Somalia and captured several pirates. <More>

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