Ways to Commercialize IPR
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Ways to Commercialize IPR

Intellectual Property (IPR) was introduced in India from year 1957 through The Copyright Act, 1957. From then six amendments have been made on The Copyright Act, 1957. Trademark was introduced in 1999 through Indian trademarks act 1999. Intellectual property is basically a way to register an Idea or a mark etc., so that others cannot copy it and use it for their own benefit. Rather than creating IPR the value of IPR lies in its commercialization. Companies by use of IPR derive benefits to compete with market. Intellectual Property is an asset for a company whether it’s a startup or an old firm and its market value is could be cashed by means of IPR.

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Liquidation of Company
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Liquidation of Company

Company being artificial person can only be dissolved by striking off the register of companies. This is called liquidation of company.

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Letter of Undertaking: How does it Work?
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Letter of Undertaking: How does it Work?

Letter of Undertaking (hereinafter referred to as LoU) can said to be a sort of guarantee that is issued by a banking entity to the concerned person for attaining short term credit from the overseas branch of an Indian bank. Such LoUs are not issued against retail transactions, but are employed in business or trade transactions.

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Registration of a Public Limited Company| Explained
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Registration of a Public Limited Company| Explained

A public limited company is an incorporated business and is said to be a separate legal entity from its owners like that of the Private Limited Company. Shareholders are termed to be its owners and they enjoy the benefit of the limited liability. The limited liability is a benefit to each of the shareholder of that company. According to Section 3(1) (IV) of Indian Companies Act 1956 that ‘’a public company is not a private company” also the articles do not restrict the transfers of shares of the company. There is no restriction on the maximum number of the companies. It invites general members and public to purchase the shares and debentures of the company. If one wants to register a public company there are many advantages or benefits related to the registration of a public Company which are -

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Adverse Effect under Competition Law
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Adverse Effect under Competition Law

In every market, the companies producing similar products or offering similar services compete to gain maximum consumers, profits and market control.

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All About Anti-Competitive Practices under Indian Competition Law
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All About Anti-Competitive Practices under Indian Competition Law

Anti-competitive practices refer to an all-embracing range of business practices in which a firm or group of firms may fit into place in normalize to restrict inter-firm competition to keep up or amplify their family member market place and profits lacking necessarily providing goods and services at a lower cost or of elevated eminence.

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Freelancing
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Freelancing

Freelancing is working on contractual basis for various companies rather than working on a regular salary basis for one employee. They have the freedom to choose their assignments or projects and company they would like to be associated with.

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