Procedure for Trademark Registration in India

Trademark refers to a brand name. It can be in the form of a symbol, name, or slogan that distinguishes a product or business from its competitors. Trademarks are generally considered a form of intellectual property and may be registered. Using a trademark prevents others from using a company or individual’s products or services without their permission. They also prohibit any marks that have a likelihood of confusion with an existing one.


One Person Company (OPC) is a type of Private Company that is operated by only one person as director and another person is appointed as the nominee. OPC was a great initiative giving a company structure to a sole proprietorship, bearing its own benefits such as limited liability, a separate legal entity among other things. Compliances of OPC are similar to that of a private company, however, being one person the requirements vary.

Essentials of Rental Agreement

A Lease Agreement is considered to be a contract formed between Landlord and Tenant which contains the provisions of renting the property. And it also contains such a set of conditions mutually agreed upon by the parties at the time of entering into it. A Rent Agreement usually occurs on a month-to-month basis whereas a Lease Agreement is created for long periods of time i.e., for a year or more.

Impact of COVID 19 on Media and Entertainment Industry in India

Being no exception, the media and entertainment industry like every other sector has been significantly affected on account of the pandemic. With the implementation of both nationwide lockdown to state wise lockdowns, there has been closure of all units of physical business. Theaters were among the first businesses to close and even after certain relaxations were provided, theaters continued to be closed. Even after the lockdowns are lifted, the call for social distancing might become a norm and the ripple effects will have serious implications for the people in the entertainment industry who survive on production and distribution of music and movies and the allied live events.

About AOA

The first step towards formation of a company is to prepare the company’s charter documents. There are mainly two documents, Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA). Section 2(56) of the Companies Act, 2013, hereinafter referred to as ‘the Act’ defines the term ‘Memorandum’ along with Section 4 dealing with contents of memorandum read with Schedule I of the Act. MOA has six definite clauses namely, the name clause, situation clause, object clause, liability clause, capital clause and subscription clause.

All About Digital Rupee

During the Budget 2022, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stated that the introduction of Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) will give a big boost to the digital economy. Moreover, the digital currency will also lead to a more efficient and cheaper currency management system.

Procedure For Registration Of Section 8 Company

NGO (Non-Government Organisation) is an organization that works for non-profit/ charitable purposes. An NGO established as a Section 8 company under the Companies Act, 2013 is governed by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs whereas the NGO registered as a trust or society is governed by the registrar of state under the State Government.

Union Budget 2022-23

Budget 2022 released on 1st February 2022 focused on ‘Amrit Kaal’ and aims to boost the growth of the economy amid the pandemic and rising inflation. The main objectives are Nation first, strong infrastructure, inclusive development, good governance, opportunities for youth, and education.

Case Study – Amul vs. Anul

As per a report in the Times of India, way back in 1998, it had come to the notice of Kaira District Cooperative Milk Producers Union Limited, popularly known as Amul Dairy, and the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Limited (GCMMF- the apex marketing body of all district dairy unions of Gujarat that markets Amul), that Shri Shakti Dairy based in Naroda was selling milk pouch similar in name and design to its trademark brands (Amul Taaza and Amul Shakti).

Maternity Benefits To Women Under The Maternity Benefits Act

The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961, hereinafter referred to as ‘the Act’, protects the employment of women during the time of their maternity and entitles them of a ‘maternity benefit’ i.e., full paid absence from work – to take care of themselves and their child.