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Acquired Distinctiveness Doctrine

Abstract The Acquired Distinctiveness doctrine, also known as Secondary Meaning, plays a pivotal role in trademark law by allowing descriptive or generic trademarks to be registered and protected as trademarks upon meeting certain criteria. This research paper delves into the concept of acquired distinctiveness, examining its significance in the context of trademark registration and protection.

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Exploring the Applicability of Public Policy Grounds for Annulment of Arbitral Awards: A Case Study of ONGC VS Western Geco

Abstract Arbitration has become a popular method for resolving commercial disputes due to its flexibility, efficiency, and enforceability. In the international arena, Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) mechanisms protect the rights of foreign investors and promote foreign direct investment. However, the enforcement of arbitral awards can conflict with the public policies of host states, leading to

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Judgment Analysis

 K. Narendra Vs.  Riviera Apartments (P) Ltd. 1999(5) SCC 77

Name of the case: K. Narendra Vs.  Riviera Apartments (P) Ltd. 1999(5) SCC 77 Court: The Supreme Court of India Hon’ble Judges/Bench: S.V. Manohar and R.C. Lahoti, JJ. FACTS The plot of land in New Delhi, originally granted by the President of India to M/s Shiv Ram, Mahashaya Krishna, and K. Narendra (referred to as

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Indian Migrants In Gulf States: A Critical Assessment Of Their Issues And Challenges From A Human Rights Perspective

1. INTRODUCTION The research paper emphasizes the conditions of the Indian migrants in gulf countries and the issues and problems which they encounter. The present century is considered as a century of globalization that consists of the international movement, global business, and migrant workers. [i]With India having a population of about 1.4 billion people, it

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