India’s changing times

By Mohan Dewan and Disha Dewan

Recent decisions and developments illustrate how the Indian legal regime is exploring unchartered territory as it seeks to accommodate the interests of domestic and international rights holders

A change in administration and the appointment of an ambitious prime minister have initiated a wholesale revamp of India’s trademark laws. The new government has kickstarted new campaigns such as ‘Made in India’ and ‘Digital India’, which both rely heavily on a robust IP regime. To boost investors’ confidence in India, the government and the judiciary have joined forces to work towards developing an inclusive trademark regime which addresses the major issues involved in trademark laws.

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