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Inspirations, adaptations and drama over IP rights

By Manisha Singh and Shristi Bansal, LexOrbis

What’s in a name? Trademarks for film titles

By Manisha Singh and Divya Srinivasan, LexOrbis

Tweet twitter tweeted: Can copyright protect tweets?

By Manisha Singh and Raashi Jain, LexOrbis

Confidentiality-copyrights interplay in entertainment

By Manisha Singh and Shristi Bansal, LexOrbis

Slogans/taglines: Sure shot way to advertising success?

By Manisha Singh and Raashi Jain, LexOrbis

Controls on advertising that misleads consumers

By Manisha Singh and Divya Srinivasan, LexOrbis

Celebrities entangled in the case of Maggi noodles

By Manisha Singh and Zoya Nafis, LexOrbis

Competition googly may prove tricky for Google

By Manisha Singh and Priya Anuragini, LexOrbis

Net neutrality: Not a simple matter in the age of apps

By Manisha Singh Nair and Priya Anuragini, LexOrbis

Abiding by the law is key when assigning copyright

By Manisha Singh Nair and Zoya Nafis, LexOrbis

All you need to know about cover versions!

By Manisha Singh Nair and Zoya Nafis,  LexOrbis

Ashok Kumar lends name to tool against movie piracy

By Manisha Singh Nair and Priya Anuragini, LexOrbis

What’s in a name? Personality rights in India

By Vidya Bhushan Mehrish and Zoya Nafis, LexOrbis

Protection of video games: It’s time to up the ante

By Manisha Singh Nair and Priya Anuragini, LexOrbis

To be or not to be: Parallel imports of publications

By Manisha Singh Nair and Priya Anuragini, LexOrbis

Law Commission conducts consultation on media law

By Manisha Singh Nair and Pooja Dodd, LexOrbis

India’s child actors lack sufficient legal protection

By Manisha Singh Nair and Pooja Dodd, LexOrbis

Film piracy: Industry and state initiatives to combat it

By Pooja Dodd and Manisha Singh Nair, LexOrbis

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