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Watch Bloomberg TV India’s Kaushik Vaidya in conversation with an esteemed panel comprising of Edward Bowles of StanChart, Rakesh Sethi of Union Bank of India and Richard Heald of UKIBC at ‘Invest in India: Policy India Summit’ in London.
UK India Business Council Board members Alpesh Patel, MD, Praefinium Partners Ltd and Vivek Nanda, Principal, AECOM as well as Gavin Williams, Corporate Partner at UK India Business Council member Herbert Smith Freehills participated in a Bloomberg India panel discussion on boosting Indo-UK ties
Bloomberg India interview Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt on Narendra Modi’s visit to the UK.
The Intellectual Property Office have put together a short guidance resource on protecting the design of your products in India for UK companies operating in India. It covers: Design rights in India How to register your design Popularity of registered design rights for UK companies Enforcing your rights Claims of infringement made against you Cancellation of design […]
The Intellectual Property Office have put together a short guidance resource on protecting your copyright in India for UK companies operating in India. It covers Copyright protection in India, the Indian Copyright Office, protecting your copyright in India, civil remedies, criminal penalties, and administrative remedies.
The Intellectual Property Office have put together a short guidance resource on protecting your trade marks in India for UK companies operating in India. It provides an introduction to trade marks, registration, refusal of application, cancellation, and appeals.
The Intellectual Property Office have put together a short guidance resource on protecting your invention in India for UK companies operating in India. It covers patents and your product, patenting in India and the process in India.
Every business will own some form of intellectual property. It could be the artistic design, shape, technology or brand of your product or process, but do you know how to protect and exploit these intellectual assets? Take the Intellectual Property Office’s IP Health Check to find out.
If you plan to do business in India, or if you are already trading there, it is essential to know how to use, guard and enforce the rights you have over the intellectual property (IP) that you or your business own.This guide from the Intellectual Property Office explains about IP in general, and gives guidance on […]