THE RIGHT TO REPAIR & PLANNED OBSOLESCENCE: NEW HORIZONS IN THE INDIAN IP LANDSCAPE

[By¬†Sakshi Shrivastava, a student of¬†Hidayatullah National Law University] Introduction While a faulty automobile will invariably lead you to a mechanic, a faulty smartphone will most often lead you to buy a new one. The added complexities of modern-day electronic devices have rendered them virtually incapable of having a repair infrastructure. Putting the innovative capital cost…

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN THE CULINARY INDUSTRY: AN INDO-AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE

[By Netra Vasudevan. The author is a student of Christ (Deemed to be University), Bangalore] As with hundreds of industries, the food industry is yet another lucrative sector that drives hordes of people towards it in a quest to establish themselves among a very vast and enthusiastic customer base. It is a very significant sector…

Song Remakes and Issues in Copyright Law: Assignment of Copyright

[By Akshat Agrawal]
The author is a lawyer specializing in IP theory and the intersection of law and culture. He is currently working as a Judicial Law Clerk at the Delhi High Court. Akshat has served as an editorial board member of the Jindal International and Comparative law review and is a core editor cum contributor of the IPRMENT Law Blog as well as the erstwhile 1709 Blog.