Amazon registers British trademark for newcashier-free US store

Amazon has registered a British trademark for its new cashier-free bricks-and-mortar grocery store, paving the way for a potential launch in the country. The online retail giant recently announced that it will open an Amazon Go store in Seattle next year, but the company has remained quiet on whether or not it will expand [...]

By |2017-09-07T16:35:24+05:30June 5th, 2017|Trademark|0 Comments

America’s Patent System: Mediocre & Stabilized

The event titled Promoting Innovation, Investment and Job Growth by Fixing America’s Patent System was well attended by a who’s-who of power players within the IP community. The focus of the program was to explore the direct and essential role that strong and enforceable patents play in allowing investors and entrepreneurs to engage in [...]

By |2017-09-07T17:54:45+05:30May 11th, 2017|International, IP Basics|0 Comments

Have you heard of Anti-trust law?

Many consumers have never heard of anti-trust laws, but enforcement of these laws saves consumers millions and even billions of dollars a year. Anti-trust laws - also referred to as "competition laws" - are statutes developed by the U.S. Government to protect consumers from predatory business practices by ensuring that fair competition exists in [...]

By |2017-09-08T13:36:26+05:30December 28th, 2016|Patent, USA|0 Comments

US patent for flexible imaging sensors

On July 27, 2016, Cubresa Inc., a medical imaging company that develops and markets nuclear imaging systems, The United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued US Patent 9,322,930, covering a novel arrangement of imaging sensors and methods for determining sensor positions for 3D imaging. The new method describes mounting many imaging sensors underneath [...]

By |2017-09-08T18:15:23+05:30November 18th, 2016|International, Patent|0 Comments

Indian Trademark Law: A Comparison with EU and U.S. Laws

Indian trademark law, like U.S. trademark law but unlike most European trademark laws (and Community trademark law), is based on a “first to use” system. Although the principle was codified for the first time in the Trade Marks Act 1999, a number of earlier judicial decisions gave the term “first to use” a wide [...]

By |2017-09-09T10:16:45+05:30October 27th, 2016|Trademark|0 Comments
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