Symbiosis Law School Pune’s Annual Cultural Festival, Symbhav has returned with its latest edition in 2016 with a whole new bag of events. For the first time in the celebrated history of Symbhav, there shall be a category of events called the Adv. Ram Jethmalani – Symbiosis ADR Tournament, 2016. Continue reading
LexQuest's Online Quiz on IP Law
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Here is a shout out to all know-it-alls, to come show off their knowledge on Intellectual Property Law and win a chance to get their articles published on our website, without having to go through any application process (isn’t that amazing? No emails, no phone calls, just a fun quiz to get a publication in your name!)
LexQuest is organizing its first Intellectual Property Law Quiz! Each of you maesters will be faced with 25 questions. The one who answers the most number of questions correctly, in the least amount of time, wins.
Ranking Scheme: We will first rank all participants on the number of questions you got correct (Let’s call this List-A). Then we will rank you on the amount of time you took (Let’s call this List-B). We will then add up both your ranks and the participant with the least number as her/his rank will win.
X got a rank 2 on List A, but she took too much time thinking and got a rank 6 on List B. That’ll make her final rank: 8.
Y got a rank 3 on List A, and a rank 2 on List B. That’ll make her final rank: 5.
So, Y will have a better final rank than X, because well, her Flash-like abilities impressed us.
Date: February 7, 2016 (Fun Fact: On this day in 1940, Walt Disney’s 2nd feature-length movie, Pinocchio, premiered in NYC. By the way, do you know the status of copyright on Pinocchio? Is it in public domain?)
Time: Throughout the day! Every participant will be given only one chance to get maximum number of questions right, within a period of 20 minutes. We’re sure it’ll be a cakewalk for bright minds like you!
Eligibility: Anyone who is pursuing an undergraduate law course from a recognized law college in India and wants to acquire some bragging rights. Fellows pursuing an integrated Masters/PhD programmes, degrees through distance mode learning or pursuing Diploma courses are also eligible.
Registration Fee: Not a penny. Consider this the long overdue New Year present from our side. ☺
Prizes: Top three rankers will get a chance to intern with us, get their articles published, and a kickass certificate to trumpet the feat. The one with the best rank will also get a 10% discount on any one of our online courses of their choice.
About: LexQuest is an Online Portal for Law Students, across the Globe. We seek to not only provide you with information regarding all the opportunities out there but we go a step further and seek to engage with you by creating such opportunities for you!
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Question 1 of 25
Which of the following is NOT a basic requirement for a patent?
Question 2 of 25
Which one of the following is not a legislation covering IPRs in India?
Question 3 of 25
“One click ordering system” or “name your own price” model for purchase is covered under which kind of patent in the case of online shopping?
Question 4 of 25
Which form of intellectual property protection is granted to the owner of a work of authorship, and requires the work to be in tangible form?
Question 5 of 25
If in any case, a firm, with the help of an ex-employee of rival firm prepares a marketing plan for the firm that is virtually identical to one he was working on at the old firm. The old firm can argue that this case falls under the head of?
Question 6 of 25
Which is the correct statement?
Question 7 of 25
Which one the following legal provisions deal with ‘Fair dealing’ doctrine?
Question 8 of 25
At what stage copyright protection begins?
Question 9 of 25
If a trade secret is stolen, what action would the person take against other who has stolen the secret?
Question 10 of 25
Which of the following examples is not covered within the umbrella of ‘Fair Use’ doctrine?
Question 11 of 25
In a successful trademark infringement case, what points are to be proven by plaintiff?
Question 12 of 25
Which one of the following is a limitation on patentability of biotechnological inventions?
Question 13 of 25
An invention is not patentable for lack of novelty, when?
Question 14 of 25
Which of the following cannot be recovered in a patent infringement suit?
Question 15 of 25
How can a patent be infringed?
Question 16 of 25
Which of the following issues contained in the patent application are eligible for patent protection?
Question 17 of 25
The design right protects:
Question 18 of 25
Copyright can protect:
Question 19 of 25
The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade was replaced by:
Question 20 of 25
Which one of the following is not a feature in Trademarks Act 1999, distinct from Trade and Merchandising Marks Act 1958?
Question 21 of 25
Which among the following designs shall not be registered, under Designs Act, 2000?
Question 22 of 25
Who can be considered a ‘producer’ for the purposes of Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act, 1999?
Question 23 of 25
An international patent:
Question 24 of 25
A published patent specification:
Question 25 of 25
Any Geographical Indication can be registered if: