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When asked about the importance of legal work, most corporate professionals in India respond with a chuckle. This chuckle may also be accompanied by a shrug that communicates that they are utterly clueless but have resigned themselves to the long and time-consuming paperwork that law has come to be associated with. Image credit: Shutterstock In […]
12 Apr 2016
[This article is part of the YourStory series Startup Hatch, about incubators, accelerators and makerspaces in the startup ecosystem. See earlier profiles of incubation and acceleration initiatives at IIT Bombay, IIM Bangalore, BITS Pilani, NCL, Tata Elxsi, Axilor, NID, IIIT-Bangalore, IIIT-Hyderabad, Vellore Institute of Technology and PSG Coimbatore. ] Workbench Projects (WP) is a Bengaluru-based […]
29 Mar 2016
The year 2014 was a great year for the startup world. Thanks to SoftBank’s sudden love for India, milestones were achieved by companies, investor sentiment was upbeat, and stories like ‘30 million is the new investment benchmark’, started doing the rounds. The year also saw ‘Modi sarkar’ extending support to the industry with the Rs 10,000 […]
03 Jan 2015
If you are sitting there coding your face off or launching a new service or sometimes even if you are just messing around (I said sometimes), you are creating Intellectual Property rights that belong to you. If you have developed something unique, be it a product or a technology or a brand, you need to consider the appropriate […]
16 Jul 2014
A patent essentially relates to inventions in the field of science and technology. A patent is a set of exclusive legal rights granted by a state (national government) to the inventor or his assignee for a limited period of time until that invention can be made publicly known. A patent is a monopoly of sorts which allows a patent owner to carve his own niche in the marketplace by defining their 'new' territory.
19 Apr 2013