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Anti-Counterfeiting Solutions
Counterfeit products, in the trademark sense, are produced with the intention of taking advantage of the popularity of a brand and the superior value of the goods and services associated with that brand.... 10 March 2015 Read more
Registration of a Logo as a protected trademark
The term logo is derived from Greek as an abbreviation of the term “logo type”, meaning a “word and an imprint”... 10 March 2015 Read more
Deceptive Similarity of Pharmaceutical Trademarks in India
In the second week of September 2014, two different Appellate Benches of the Delhi High Court pronounced judgements in two pharmaceutical trademark cases. 10 October 2014 Read more
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‘KamaSutra’ successfully defends its Russian trademark registration
R. K. Dewan & Co (RKD) represents ‘KamaSutra’, India’s second largest condom... 15 March 2014 Read more
Indian incense stick brand succeeds in Trademark Cancellation action in China
In continuing R K Dewan & Co.’s tirade against the usurpation of reputed Indian brands... 28 February 2014 Read more
Indian Hand Tools major “TAPARIA” successful in reversing Opposition Decision in China
Granting a major victory and relief at the same time to our client, the Indian tools... 5 February 2014 Read more
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Newsflash - Let’s get it started!
The year 2016 is clearly the year for Startup Companies; various initiatives have been taken by the Indian government to encourage the boom in startups in India for instance, the Startup India initiative in January, introduction of special provisions for Startups in the Finance Act, 2016 followed by releasing amended Patent Rules which provide for certain advantages to Startups. Read more 12 July 2016
The formation of the European Union (EU) as an integrated regional bloc was considered as a major success towards regional integration and harmonization; however, the recent Brexit has proved otherwise. With the Brexit there are political as well as legal implications. Read more 30 June 2016
This circular is to inform you that the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion has released Draft Trademark Rules in relation to the Trade Mark Act, 1999, which are currently open for public review. The Draft rules propose a substantial increase in the costs of renewal fees and filing fee for trademarks. Read how this affects you. Read more 9 December 2015

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