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Trademark Rectification and Cancellation Process

Trademark Rectification and Cancellation Process

If you have a registered trademark in India, you may wonder what are the circumstances under which you can modify or remove it from the register of trademarks. In this blog post, we will explain the process of trademark rectification and cancellation, as well as the grounds and reasons for doing so.

What is trademark rectification?

Trademark rectification is the correction of an error or omission made in the trademark application as recor…

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Force Majeure Issues and Concept - With regards to current situation caused by Covid 19 Pandemic

Webinar by Senior Advocate Shri Saurabh Soparkar on "Force Majeure"



Senior Advocate Shri Saurabh Soparkar today took a Webinar for members of Gujarat High Court Advocate Association on the Topic "Force Majeure - Issues and Concept". It was a wonderful webinar and covered various issues including the impact of Force Majeure in the times of Covid19 Pandemic. He also discussed the impact of Lock Downs on various contracts including contracts of Rent and Lease.

It was a wo…

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Right to Information Act 2005

This Act provides for the Right to Information to Citizens and also the machinery to ensure that the citizens get the information as sought under this act. Objective of the Act is to hold Government and its Instrumentality accountable to govern and to ensure transparency and informed citizenry which is important for any Democracy to become Stronger.

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Lecture on Consumer Protection Laws in India

Lecture Delivered to Students of Faculty of Law, Marwadi University, Rajkot via Zoom Video Conferencing. The topic was Consumer Protection Laws in India. Was a wonderful experience.

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Lecture on International Commercial Arbitration In India

With increase in International Trade and Cross Border Business Transactions, Cross Border commercial Disputes are getting common and therefore need of mechanism for effective dispute resolution and for preserving business relations arise. INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION has emerged as a preferred option of resolving cross border commercial disputes.Section 2(1)(f) of the Act defines an International Commercil Arbitration as a legal relationship which must be considered commercial, where either of …

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