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Parties should stick to the agreement: DHC

The Delhi High Court recently ruled that a party cannot be permitted to go back on an assignment agreement signed by it, that included an arbitration clause, vis-à-vis assigning rights in his literary works alleging that the terms of such … Continue reading

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Film producer has exclusive copyright on works of lyricist or musician: SC

The Supreme Court of India clarified that once the author of a lyric or a musical work parts with a portion of his copyright by authorizing a film producer to make a cinematograph film in respect of his work and … Continue reading

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IPAB cancels Shell’s registered trademark SHELL AUTOSERV for non-use

Intellectual Property Appellate Board (India) removed Shell International Petroleum Company Ltd. (“Shell”) registered trademark SHELL AUTOSERV in Class 36 from the trademark register on the grounds of non-use or bonafide intent to use. The Board said “if Shell does not … Continue reading

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