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  • Recent Inclination of Indian Judiciary to Pass “John Doe” Orders – A Critical Analysis on the Perspective of Copyright Infringement of Film Productions

    Introduction “John Doe” orders or “John Doe” injunctions are “cease and desist” orders passed by a court of law against anonymous entity/entities. The principle is that the person who is a threat is not known as they are veiled being many in number backed by unknown identities.[1] These orders in the recent times have been

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  • CASE COMMENT ON:EASTERN BOOK COMPANY AND OTHERS V. D.B.MODAK AND ANOTHER

      CASE COMMENT ON:                                  EASTERN BOOK COMPANY AND OTHERS………………. APPELLANTS V.                                  D.B.MODAK AND ANOTHER…………………………………RESPONDENTS Case Details  1.      Appellant: Eastern Book Company and Others. 2.      Respondents: D.B.Modak and Another. 3.      Citation: (2008), 1 SCC, 1 4.      Case Identity: Civil Appeals No. 6472 of 2004 with No. 6905 of 2004 and contempt Petition (C)

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  • CRITICAL EVALUATION OF BOLAR EXEMPTION IN INDIAN PATENT LAW

    Abstract The Bolar exemption provides an exception from patent infringement to the generic manufacturers from using and importing patented drugs for research and development, for the sole purpose of submission of information for regulatory approvals of generic versions of patented products before the original patents expire. In the competitive generic market of India, it is

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  • Infringement of Copyright

     INTRODUCTION Only human beings are capable of creativity. They can be authors, composers, artists and designers for creating their original works. Generally, it is they alone who will be entitled to enjoy the exclusive rights to do or authorize others to do certain acts in relation to rights vests with them. Copyright was the first

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