Orders and Actions Unique to Intellectual Property Disputes An IntroductionOctober 3 2012
Freddy R Daruwala, Partner at Nasikwala Law Office analyzes and examines the unique feature of IPR Actions and the extreme importance of interim and interlocutory proceedings in actions for infringement and passing off as compared to other suits.
Albert Einstein once remarked that “What counts can't always be counted; what can be counted doesn't always count”.
This statement hits the nail on the head insofar as Intangibles and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) are concerned since these are becoming the premier asset of any . . .
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