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Trademark and Copyright Statistics in India: Recap 2018

In this post, we bring to you a recap of the Trademark and Copyright statistics from 2018 and a comparison of these numbers with the statistics of 2017. COPYRIGHT YEAR IN REVIEW 2018 Copyright Applications Filed in 2018   Work   No. of Applications in 2018 Literary/Dramatic 9,652 Artistic 4,698 Music 323 Cinematograph 306 Sound Recording 710 Computer Software 2,143 Total 17,832 Copyright Applications Filed Monthly in 2018                           Month Literary/Dramatic Artistic Music Cinematograph Sound Recording Computer Software January 949 387 39 28 45 152 February 756 339 35 11 70 101 March 898 346 31 51 42 153 April 840 404 17 14 35 587 May 778 390 31 27 142 157 June 710 410 26 21 87 215 July 837 305 28 43 60 124 August 737 433 30 42 37 121 September 770 410 23 42 52 90 October 688 437 23 4 37 145 November 864 406 20 14 67 153 December 825 431 20 9 36 145 Total 9,652 4,698 323 306 710 2,143 Total Registered Applications Between 2017 & 2018 Year (2017) Year (2018) Change Percentage Change 16,603 16,717 114 Increase of 0.7% Total Filed Applications Between 2017 & 2018 Year (2017) August - December Year (2018) August - December 7951 7141  *Data Provided for 2017 is August 2017 onwards as information before then is not available.  Judicial Precedents Dealing with Copyright Law during the Year 2018 Court/Tribunal No. of Orders Supreme Court...

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Be wise in choosing your IP Service provider

This image depicts a magnifying glass. This image is relevant because this post talks about factors to be taken into consideration before choosing your Intellectual Property service provider. Click on the image to view full post.

This post was first published on 2nd February, 2011. Intellectual Property Services is not a business of a few anymore. With the  development of the IT and other R&D based business, there are any number of IP Service providers mushrooming around the IT and BP hubs. Therefore, there is a huge number to choose from and a person in need of such services is obviously sceptical about making the choice. We are currently in the age of information and it is a highly informed world we are living in. No matter what we do, it is highly important for us to learn...

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Weekly Trademark News: What’s in a Name Rihanna? Oyo to Expand to Philippines, ‘Puma x Maybelline’ Athleisure Makeup Collection, and Other News

Indian Trademark Statistics for January (Third Week), The Hotel Ritz Paris Wins Trademark Battle, Drake Loses Exclusive Rights Over ‘6IX’, Lindsay Lohan Discotheque, Naga Cucumber GI, and more, brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsels. TRADEMARK QUOTE OF THE WEEK “Branding is not just about being seen as better than the competition. It’s about being seen as the only solution to your audience’s problem” – John Morgan INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS The Indian Trademark Office has picked up its pace in the past week. The total number of applications examined by trademark office has increased by ten percent (10%). The...

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On Your Marks !!!

This image depicts the trademark symbol, which consists of the letters T and M in a circle. This post gives important updates in the filed of trademarks. Click on the image to read the full post.

This post was first published on 13th January, 2011. Consumer recognition and goodwill derived through trade marks provide great  business and competitive advantage to a company. Trade Marks today occupy a large percentage of the financial value of a company and trade mark value is often much more than a company's tangible asset value. Interbrand valuation results show that Coca Cola is the most valuable trade mark in 2010 and is worth 70,452 million dollars. The top ten brands as per Interbrand are: Top Ten brands of 2010 1. Coca-Cola 70,452 ($m) 2. IBM 64, 727 ($m) 3 Microsoft 60,895 ($m) 4 Google 43,557 ($m) 5 GE 42,808 ($m) 6 McDonald's 33,578 ($m) 7 Intel 32,015 ($m) 8 Nokia 29,495 ($m) 9 Disney 28,731 ($m) 10 Hewlett-Packard 26, 867 ($m) Source: http://www.interbrand.com/en/best-global-brands/Best-Global-Brands-2010.aspx In a...

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Weekly Trademark News: Samsung Crypto Wallet Trademark, McDonald’s Bows Down to Supermac’s, Hindware Trademark Victory and other news

Indian Trademark Statistics for January (Second Week), Vans Sues Primark Over Sneaker Design, Overwatch League Sports Merchandise, Tripura Jackfruit Applied for GI, Hindware Victory in Trademark Infringement and more, brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsels. TRADEMARK QUOTE OF THE WEEK “A brand is something that has a clear-cut identity amongst consumers, which a company creates by sending out a clear, consistent message over a period of years until it achieved a critical mass of marketing”-Phil Knight INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS The Indian Trademark Office has had a slow week in the past week. The total number of applications examined...

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Weekly Trademark News: IPAB Rules BSA Well-Known, Cartier’s Battle for Love, Tirur Betel Leaf GI and other news

Indian Trademark Statistics for January (First Week), 3D Cutemoji by Huawei, American Airlines & Expedia Settle, Cartoon Network Merch, brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsels. TRADEMARK QUOTE OF THE WEEK “People do not buy Goods and Services. They buy relations, stories and magic”- Seth Godin INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS The Indian Trademark Office has had a mixed week in the past week. The total number of applications examined by trademark office has increased by thirty three percent (33%). The total number of hearing notices issued has increased by eighty five percent (85%). However, the total renewal notices issued has...

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History and evolution of trademark system

This image depicts evolution form apes to human beings. This post describes the history and evolution of the trademark system. Click on the image to read the full post.

First Publication Date: 7th January 2011 History of (trade)marks Dating back to those barbarian times where majority of people could not read or write is when symbols became a logical method of letting people know, what belonged to whom? The earliest marks were that of marking of animals, so a farmer, rancher or lord could distinguish what animals belonged to whom.As commerce developed, marks began to serve a number of purposes. ‘Potters mark’ of Greek and Roman times appeared on vessels to indicate the origin, destination along with the identification of the maker. The ancient Egyptian Artifacts embraced various symbols carved...

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Weekly Trademark News: Simmba Trademark License, Funfine Defeats Freefun, Rajinikanth New Trademarks, Jacket Design as a Trademark, and other news

Recent Indian Trademark Statistics, The Girl Scout vs. The Boy Scout, New Trademarks by Rajinikanth, Simmba Movie Trademark License, Pethapur Blocks Obtains GI Registration and more, brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsels. TRADEMARK QUOTE OF THE WEEK “A brand is a promise. A good brand is a promise kept”-Muhtar Kent INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS The Indian Trademark Office has picked up its pace with the upcoming year. The total number of applications published in the Trademark Journal as well as the total number of hearing notices issued has increased by thirteen percent (13%). There has also been an increase...

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Weekly Trademark News: MakeMyTrip Sues for Infringement, Taiwan Beverage in India, The Bitter Beer Smell of Darts and other news

Indian Trademark Statistics for December (Fourth Week) 2018, GOT Merchandize by Masaba, Fight for the Fallen Trademark, MakeMyTrip Sues for Infringement, Assam’s Rice Wine to be applied for GI Registration and more, brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsels. TRADEMARK QUOTE OF THE WEEK “Every advertisement should be thought of as a contribution to the complex symbol which is brand image”- David Ogilvy INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS The Indian Trademark Office has had a slow week. The total number of applications published in the Trademark Journal has decreased by fifteen percent (15%). Similarly, the total number of hearing notices issued...

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Weekly Trademark News: Nike’s Win, Oyo to Expand to UK, Oxford University in Trademark Dilemma, and other news

Indian Trademark Statistics for December (Third Week) 2018, Hakuna Matata is Disney’s?, Playboy for Your Feet, Oyo Rooms to Expand to UK, Bihar’s Silao Khaja Obtains GI Registration and more, brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsels. TRADEMARK QUOTE OF THE WEEK “The future of branding is marketing with people, not at them” - John Morgan INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS The Indian Trademark Office has had a slow week. The total number of the show cause hearings issued has increased by forty seven percent (47%). Similarly, the total number of applications published in the trademark journal has increased by eight...

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