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University Of London Press Ltd. V. University Tutorial Press, Ltd.

By- Anjanee Goel[1] UNIVERSITY OF LONDON PRESS LTD. V. UNIVERSITY TUTORIAL PRESS, LTD.[2] There were two examiners who were appointed for the University of London’s matriculation examination but on the condition that all or any copyright in the examination papers would belong to the University of London. The same was entered into via a copyright…

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IPR LITIGATION: INTERSECTION OF IPR AND COMPETITION LAW

By: Vikalp Sharma Introduction: Intersection of IPR and Competition Law The interface of intellectual property rights and competition law has developed hugely, inferable from the extension and reinforcing of intellectual property at an enormous scope. While IP law credits selective control rights to an individual over his individual resources, competition law looks to advance development…

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SUPREME COURT JUDGMENT ON SECTION 66A OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2000: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

By- Vikap Sharma Shreya Singhal v. Union of India AIR 2015 SC 1523 In this era of the Internet, people across the world have moved towards technology which has led them to use the Internet for a vast amount of time. Internet helps people disseminate the data on the social platform which within a fraction…

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