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We, Lex Protector International Law Office, with immense excitement and over pouring joy, would like to announce that we are coming up with a new segment called “Today’s Patent”.       Starting from 1st June, 2018, we are going to honor some of the ground breaking patented inventions, by giving our readers some basic […]

Today’s Trademark- GE

The Trademark which has been chosen to be  “Today’s Trademark” is  GE because it is in use since May, 1899. GE got registration over their  Trademark in USPTO, having registration number 35089.   GE abbreviation of  General Electric is an American Multinational Corporation in New York and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, which was founded in […]

Today’s Trademark- LG

The Trademark which has been chosen to be “Today’s Trademark” is  LG because on 15th May, 1996, LG got registration over their Trademark in Republic of  Korea, having registration number 339612. LG also got registered in USPTO on 11th April, 2000 having registration number 2339441. LG abbreviation of  Lucky Goldstar  is a South Korean Multinational […]

Monkey Loses Copyright Battle

Written by: – Shilpa Chaudhury and Sanghamitra Panda In 2011, a certain crested macaque from Indonesia named “Naruto” became famous overnight. Selfies turned into a sensational news. The selfies were not associated with any human, rather it was of Naruto. PETA, usually known as, People for the Ethical Treatments for Animals, claimed Naruto’s right over […]

Messi Wins long battle over Trademark

Written By: Harshal Jain Lionel Messi is not somebody who needs an introduction-at least to those who follow football. As his stature grew, so did his fanbase around the world. From the streets of Barcelona to the fields of war torn Afghanistan and the narrow towns of world, Nos 10 jersey is worn with pride […]

Coming Soon!!!

We, Lex Protector International Law Office, with immense excitement and over pouring joy, would like to announce that we are coming up with a new segment called “Today’s Trademark”.   Starting from 15th May, 2018, we are going to honor some of the most valued brands of 2018, by giving the readers some basic information […]

MCA Makes Company Incorporation Easy in India

Written by: Stuti Raibagkar In a bid to attract more investors, India’s Ministry of Corporate Affairs has decided to incorporate major changes into the existing company registration procedure. Here is all what you need to know about the reforms: The major changes made in the Companies Act, 2013 are: Related Party and Related Party Transaction: […]

GOOD NEWS FOR INDIAN START-UPS

Written by: Stuti Raibagkar and Stuti Yagnik It’s now easier for startups from all over world to file a patent in India.  The Patent (Amendment) Rules, 2016, an amendment by DIPP (Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion) which have made the startups eligible to get 80% rebate on their patent application fees. This amendment hasn’t […]

Ferrari Loses its Trademark to a Toy Company in Germany

Written By: Ashka Vora The iconic brand ‘ferrari’ has lost a legal battle to protect their exclusive right to use the mark ‘Testarossa’ in Germany.  In its recent decision, the German Court has ruled that ‘Ferrari’ no longer has exclusive trademark rights on their most popular ‘Testarossa’ cars. Ferrari´s German trade mark ‘Testarossa’ was registered […]