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Chambers of Law is a Boutique leading intellectual property firm in India. We have been providing expert representation in all aspects of intellectual property to clients since 2004. Our Decade history of specialization has resulted in a robust infrastructure supported by well-honed systems and skilled individuals. Our team of Attorneys includes some of the most highly regarded professionals in the industry. We provide a fully integrated and comprehensive service for the protection, commercialisation, enforcement and management of all forms of intellectual property. Our dedication to the client's interests means that we strive for legal excellence as well as appreciate the commercial environment in which our clients operate. We combine a personal approach with high professional standards and aim to provide a comprehensive legal service to our corporate, financial and commercial clients. Chambers of Law Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys can help you with timely and cost-effective: Patent searching – novelty and freedom to operate; Trade mark searching; Trademark registration Infringement and validity advice; Drafting of patent specifications; Registered design applications; Brand advice; Patent and trade mark oppositions; and IP portfolio management services. Enforcement & Investigation of IPR Violation. Also, working closely with the Chambers of Law Intellectual Property team, we can offer you licensing and litigation services, together with all the other legal services essential to the successful creation, acquisition, commercialization and enforcement of your intellectual property in India and overseas. At Chambers of Law, we offer an integrated service to define, monetize, protect and defend your patents, trade marks, registered designs, trade secrets and other know how.+ Read More

Nature of Business

Service Provider

Total Number of Employees

26 to 50 People

Year of Establishment

2004

Legal Status of Firm

Trust / Association of Person / Body of Individual

Annual Turnover

Rs. 50 Lakh - 1 Crore

Trademark Registration Services
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  • Power of Attorney signed by the applicant & in the case of corporate body, by the Directoror Legal representative of the company. (Please note that the power of Attorney need not be Legalized or Notarized.
  • 20 (Twenty) prints or label. For words mark/ labels are not required.
  • Certified copy of the application which is the basis of the convention priority (if applicable) may be filed within 3 months from the Indian filing date.

INFORMATION REQUIRED:

  • Name of the Trademark/Service Mark to be registered.
  • Full Names, Address, Nationality and Nature of the Business of the Applicant.
  • Full Name & Nationality of the Proprietor/Partners of the Applicant firm.
  • Date of first use of the Trademark/Service Mark in India, if any or whether it is proposed to be used.
  • List of goods/services and classes or services according to the International classification.
  • Translation of the Non-English word appearing on the mark.
  • Exact meaning of the mark, if any in the foreign language other then the English language.
  • Priority under the Paris convention can now be claimed in India. Details of Convention priority, if any first filed country, filing number and date.

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  1. INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
  2. DESIGN PROHIBITED FROM REGISTRATION
  3. REGISTRATION PROCEDURE OF DESIGN
  4. INFORMATION REQUIRED
  5. DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN: A

Design means only the features of shape, configuration, pattern or ornament applied to an article by an industrial process. Shape and configuration refer to the form of the article and is usually three-dimensional in nature. Pattern and ornament are decorative features applied to the surface of articles and are usually two-dimensional in nature. The application of such a design makes the final products appeal to the observer's eye. The design, in order to be remittable, must be judged solely by the viewer's eye and should not be a mere mechanical device. A manufacturer may use a particular design with reference to a product in order to ensure that the same catches the consumer's eye easily. It is this design, which is protected under the Design Act, 2000.Design which are functional, i.e. articles made in a particular design, not with a view to Design, which are functional, is not remittable. Further the design in order to be remittable should be new and original and not previously published in India.

DESIGN PROHIBITED FROM REGISTRATION: B

The following designs are prohibited from registration:

  • A design, which is not new or original.
  • A design, which has been disclosed to the public anywhere in the world prior to the filing date or the priority date of application.
  • A design, which is not significantly distinguishable from known design or combination of known design.
  • A design, which contains obscene matter.

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE OF DESIGN: C

Registration of designs is done by the Patent office at Calcutta. Any person claiming to be the proprietor of any new and original design may apply for registration of the design. For the purpose of registration goods are classified into 14 classes. The applicant may include in the application, a brief statement of the novelty he claims for the design. For example novelty resides in the Shape or configuration in the telephone set as illustrated.

On receipt of an application, the application will be examined by an examiner as to whether the design is registrable under the Act and the Rules and submit a report to the Controller.

If the application is in order and satisfies the requirements of the Act and the Rules, the Controller will accept the application and register it. The design when registered will be registered as on the date of the application for registration. There is no provision under Act for advertisement of the application before registration as in the case of Trademark. The term of Industrial Design for the first instance will be for a period of ten years, which can be extended by five years.

INFORMATION REQUIRED: D

  • Full Name, Address & Nationality of the applicant.
  • Full Name, Address and Nationality of the Proprietor/Partner of the Applicant firm.
  • Name of the Article to which a design is applied
  • Detail of convention Country
  • Detail of feature of the design of the Article

Statement as to where the novelty resides in the article for design registration.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED: E

  • Power Of Attorney.
  • Certified copy of the application which is the basis of the Convention priority (if applicable which can be filed within 3 months from the Indian filling date.

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INDIAN COPYRIGHT ACT, 1957 

CHAPTER I

Preliminary

[4th June, 1957] An Act to amend and consolidate the law relating to copyright. Be it enacted by Parliament in the Eighth Year of the Republic of India as follows:

  1. Short title, extent and commencement. -(1) This Act may be called the Copyright Act, 1957.

(2) It extends to the whole of India.

(3) It shall come into force on such date2 as the Central Government may, by notification in the

Official Gazette, appoint.

2. Interpretation. -In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,-

(a) "adaptation" means,-

(i) in relation to a dramatic work, the conversion of the work into a non-dramatic work;

(ii) in relation to a literary work or an artistic work, the conversion of the work into a dramatic work by

way of performance in public or otherwise;

(iii) in relation to a literary or dramatic work, any abridgement of the work or any version of the work in

which the story or action is conveyed wholly or mainly by means of pictures in a form suitable for

reproduction in a book, or in a newspaper, magazine or similar periodical;3

(iv) in relation to a musical work, any arrangement or transcription of the work; 4 and

(v) 5 in relation to any work, any use of such work involving its re-arrangement or alteration;

(b) "work of architecture" means any building or structure having an artistic character or design, or

any model for such building or structure; 6

(c) "artistic work" means-

(i) a painting, a sculpture, a drawing (including a diagram, map, chart or plan), an engraving or a

photograph, whether or not any such work possesses artistic quality;

(ii) work of architecture;7 and

(iii) any other work of artistic craftsmanship;

(d) "author' means,-

(i) in relation to a literary or dramatic work, the author of the work;

(ii) in relation to a musical work, the composer;

(iii) in relation to an artistic work other than a photograph, the artist;

(iv) in relation to a photograph, the person taking the photograph;

(v) in relation to a cinematograph8 or sound recording the producer; and

(vi) in relation to 9 [any literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work which is computer-generated, the

person who causes the work to be created;]

[(dd) 10 "broadcast" means communication to the public-

(i) by any means of wireless diffusion, whether in any one or more of the forms of signs, sounds or

visual images; or

(ii) by wire, and includes a re-broadcast;]

(e) "calendar year' means the year commencing on the 1st day of January;

(f) 11 "cinematograph film" means any work of visual recording on any medium produced through a

process from which a moving image may be produced by any means and includes a sound recording

accompanying such visual recording and "cinematograph" shall be construed as including any work

produced by any process analogous to cinematography including video films;

(ff) 12 "communication to the public" means making any work available for being seen or heard or

otherwise enjoyed by the public directly or by any means of display or diffusion other than by issuing

copies of such work regardless of whether any member of the public actually sees, hears or

otherwise enjoys the work so made available.

Explanation.- For the purposes of this clause, communication through satellite or cable or any other

means of simultaneous communication to more than one household or place of residence including

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