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Intellectual Property Cases – restoring faith in the Indian Judiciary

The efficiency of the Indian judiciary has been the subject of many a discussion at both professional and personal gatherings that I’ve attended. The media has covered the overwhelming case backlog and seemingly infinite expanse of time that it would take to clear them. Most often the general public believes that taking something to Court, would end up in a judgement approximately two decades later, orders that rarely benefit either side, a staid interpretation of the law and that the only persons who benefit out of the entire proceedings would be the lawyers. While this may be the rule, I’ve found that recent cases involving intellectual property, seem to be a refreshing exception to the rule, some of which I’ve listed out below:

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