Book Review: Becoming | Michelle Obama

“Becoming,” an insightful autobiography by Michelle Obama, is a captivating exploration of her life, from her humble beginnings to her influential role in the White House. In this review, we’ll delve into the key aspects of the book, uncovering valuable lessons that can resonate with readers on a personal level. Book Overview: Authors: Michelle Obama

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Product-by-Process claim: DHC to the rescue

Image from here The Delhi High Court (DHC) judgement in Vifor (International) Ltd. v. MSN Laboratories Pvt. Ltd.,explaining and allowing product-by-process claims as fundamentally concerned with the product in question, is of seminal importance for Indian Patent jurisprudence. In my opinion, the judgement, although verbose, brings much needed clarity on Patent-by-Process in India by locating it

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Latham & Watkins Granted Regional Headquarters License by Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Investment

Latham & Watkins Granted Regional Headquarters License by Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Investment It’s the latest step in the development of the firm’s market-leading capabilities in the Middle East Latham & Watkins has been granted a Regional Headquarters (RHQ) license by the Ministry of Investment of Saudi Arabia. It was also one of the first

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Delhi High Court Restricts Software Firm In Oracle Infringement Suit On ‘Java’ Trademark

Delhi High Court Restricts Software Firm In Oracle Infringement Suit On ‘Java’ Trademark The American multinational complained that the defendant was using the mark for software training services and in programming language manuals The Delhi High Court has restrained a software company from using ‘Java’ trademark in its domain name and for the services offered

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Legislative Oversight? Addressing the High Court Jurisdiction Vacuum Post-IPAB vis-a-vis Cancellation Petitions under the Trademark Act

Recently, the Delhi High Court referred 3 questions regarding the jurisdiction of a High Court to hear trademark rectification applications, to a larger bench. Discussing this controversy along with his thoughts on the probable solution, we are pleased to bring to you this post by SpicyIP intern Kevin Preji. Kevin is a second-year law student

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NCLT Admits 104-Year-Old Government Company Bridge and Roof Into Insolvency

NCLT Admits 104-Year-Old Government Company Bridge and Roof Into Insolvency Ahmedabad-based Chevrox Constructions had approached the tribunal for alleged default in repayment The Kolkata bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has admitted a century-old government entity Bridge and Roof into insolvency for a debt of over Rs.4 crores. In the Chevrox Construction Private

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Eminent Jurist Fali S Nariman Passes Away

Eminent Jurist Fali S Nariman Passes Away Renowned jurist and Senior Advocate Fali S Nariman has passed away at the age of 95. He was widely recognized as a distinguished constitutional lawyer, having argued numerous landmark cases, including the notable NJAC verdict and the pivotal SC AoR Association case, which led to the establishment of

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Electoral Bonds Deemed Unconstitutional: Granular Electoral Finance Reforms Needed?

[Bhaskar Vishwajeet and Abhinav Shankarraman are final year law students at Jindal Global Law School] The recent judgement of the Supreme Court in Association for Democratic Reforms v. Union of India has stirred the hornet’s nest on electoral financing in India. At the heart of this judgement lay the controversy surrounding unlimited corporate funding of

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Nature and definition of crime

Nature of crime In ancient time any act by a person or even an animal which caused harm to any other person was considered as punishable crime. The punishments at earlier times were way different that it is now. The wrongdoers were beheaded or thrown out of the country as per their acts. To punish

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