Corporations and Human Rights: Need for Regulatory Compliance

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Author : – Nitish Nayan   Introduction Multinational corporations (MNCs) have become one of the prominent actors on the world stage, and only one of several non-state entities seeking participatory role in the international law. The international body has come to recognize the role of MNCs in the international politics because of the power they… Read more »

Pharmaceutical Patent in India: Access to Medicines

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Akshay Khandelwal Abstract Patents provide the Patent owner with the legal means to prevent others from making, using, or selling the new invention for a limited period of time, subject to a number of exceptions. Patents do not constitute marketing authorizations. The TRIPS Agreement stipulates that it must be possible for all inventions to be… Read more »

PUBLIC POLICY SETTING ASIDE ARBITRAL AWARD

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Vivek Kerketta Introduction Public policy is an attempt by the government to address a public issue. The government, whether it is city, state, or federal, develops public policy in terms of laws, regulations, decisions, and actions. There are three parts to public policy-making: problems, players, and the policy. The problem is the issue that needs… Read more »

ENFORCEMENT OF IPR WITH REFERENCE TO BORDER SECURITY MEASURES

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VIVEK KERKETTA INTRODUCTION The recognition of the need to protect of intellectual property especially with regard to counterfeit trademark and pirated copyrighted goods, the enforcement of intellectual property rights at the borders has emerged as a significant issue in recent times. In view of this, the scheme of border measures has been discussed internationally at… Read more »

WILL under Indian Law

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Will is the legal declaration of a person’s intention which he wishes to be performed after his death and once the Will is made by the testator it can only be revoke during his lifetime. A person cannot give his ancestors property in the form of a Will but he can make a Will only… Read more »

Counterfeit under Indian Intellectual Property Rights

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1.    INTRODUCTION   Counterfeiting is the passing off action of the genuine products to customers. Such products are sold under the famous establishing and manufacturing. This is nothing but the cheating consumer and running parallel operation. Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) come in hand of passing off action. The statute governing IPRs recognizing such activity as… Read more »

Intellectual Property Rights and The Challenges to Indian Pharmaceutical Industry

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The Indian pharmaceutical industry has changed remarkably over the last 50years, from being traders in imported drugs in the fifties, to major bulk drug producers by the eighties. During this transitional period Indian pharmaceutical units have learnt the technology of bulk drug production by their own research and adaptation, and today they produce more than… Read more »

STUDY ON COPYRIGHT PIRACY IN INDIA

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COPYRIGHT PIRACY: THE BACKGROUND Introduction The world today has entered into an era of instant communication. A person sitting in the remotest corner of India can enjoy live performance taking place in the far away places like America or Africa, thanks to electronic (parallel) media. Telephone and fax have made it possible to communicate oral… Read more »