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By Rahul Singh December 28, 2017

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Trademark Registration- The only safeguard to protect your brand

What is Trademark Registration?

Trademark is a visual mark, which may be a word, name, device, label, numerals or slogan, used by a business to distinguish its goods or services from the products or services of one company from...

By Shruti Agrawal October 10, 2017
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where to register ,   Trademark ,   indian law ,   Trademark Registry ,   E-Filing ,   For foreign Nationals ,   Examination of Application ,   Response to Objections and Publication ,   Registration of the Trademark


  • Hire a Trademark Attorney
  • In India, the proprietor or his agent i.e. an attorney or a trademark agent can file a trademark registration application. Though, it is compulsory for those concerns to hire an agent that do not have business in India. It is strongly advised for other...

    By Shruti Agrawal October 10, 2017

    498A ,   dowry case ,   dowry harassment ,   false dowry case ,   Indian Penal Code ,   CrPC ,   IPC ,   Civil Procedure Code ,   Code of Criminal Procedure ,   Prohibition of Dowry Act ,   Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act ,   stridhan

    Dowry is a major social menace in India. Every year, countless women are victims to dowry harassment. Some are subjected to torture, while others are found dead in suspicious circumstances.

    The Indian legal system, has the following laws in place, which can be used while filing an FIR against the...

    By Saurabh Kumar August 31, 2017
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    Legal ,   Stridhan ,   Section 14 ,   Hindu succession Act ,   dowry ,   gifts ,   divorce

    Stridhan: Constituents and Protection

    The expression ‘Stridhan’ says it all. ‘Stri’ means woman and ‘Dhan’ means property. In a nutshell, Stridhan includes all the moveable (like jewelry, AC, refrigerator, money) and immovable property (like land) which a woman acquires from her relations and...

    By Neha Agarwal June 13, 2017
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    loan ,   agreement ,   default ,   interest rates


    In the early stages of a business, taking a loan can be an indication of bleak future and bankruptcy. Mostly, start-ups prefer to raise finance through equity which is more stable than taking a loan. However, it cannot be denied that debt is also an...

    By Neha Agarwal June 01, 2017

    intellectual property rights ,   copyright ,   rights of employer ,   course of employment ,   in the course of employment ,   author ,   section 13 ,   Indian copyright act ,   blogpost ,   spoken words ,   de minimis ,   intellectual labour and originality

    “The nation wants to know”- this innocuous sounding sentence has generated a legal tangle between Arnab Goswami and his erstwhile employers- The Times Group , with the latter claiming copyright over this issues. So, who does the existing law favour?

    There are two essential questions that crop...

    By Saurabh Kumar May 19, 2017
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    CO-FOUNDERS’ AGREEMENT: Important clauses to be taken into consideration

    You have conceived a million dollar idea for your start up or you may have nascent inkling to start a new business with your buddies.

    Sooner or later there will come up a need to draft a co-founders agreement.



    By Neha Agarwal May 13, 2017