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      1. 1.1.1 Show/Hide More 17 U.S.C 102 (a)
        Original Creator: Prof. William T. Fisher III Current Version: Arul George Scaria
        Lesson Specific Section – (a)
      2. 1.1.6 Show/Hide More V.Errabhadrarao v. B.N.Sharma
        http://indiankanoon.org/doc/37299/
      3. 1.1.7 Show/Hide More Burlington Home Shopping Pvt. Ltd v. Rajnish Chibber
        Burlington Home Shopping Pvt. Ltd v. Rajnish Chibber 61 (1995) DLT 6
      4. 1.1.8 Show/Hide More Eastern Book Company & Others v. D.B. Modak & Another
        Eastern Book Company & Others v. D.B. Modak & Another
      1. 1.2.1 Show/Hide More 17 U.S.C 102 (b)
        Original Creator: Prof. William T. Fisher III Current Version: Arul George Scaria
        Lesson Specific Section – (b)
      2. 1.2.5 Show/Hide More R.G. Anand v. Delux Films
        R.G. Anand v. Delux Films
      1. 3.1.1 Show/Hide More DC Comics v. Towle
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      1. 3.2.2 Show/Hide More Oracle v. Google (2014)
        Original Creator: tfisher Current Version: Arul George Scaria
      1. 3.3.2 Show/Hide More Sec. 16 Copyright Act 1957
        Sec. 16 Copyright Act 1957
      2. 3.3.3 Show/Hide More Agarwala Publishing House, Khurja v. Board of High School and Intermediate Education U. P. Allahabad
        Agarwala Publishing House, Khurja v. Board of High School and Intermediate Education U. P. Allahabad
      3. 3.3.4 Show/Hide More Ananda Expanded Italics., In re.
        Ananda Expanded Italics., In re. 2002 (24) PTC 427 CB
      4. 3.3.5 Show/Hide More Fortune Films International v. Dev Anand and another
        Fortune Films International v. Dev Anand and another
      5. 3.3.6 Show/Hide More Gramophone Company of India Ltd. v. Super Cassette Industries Ltd.
        Gramophone Company of India Ltd. v. Super Cassette Industries Ltd.
      1. 4.2.2 Show/Hide More Raustiala and Sprigman, 'When are IP Rights Necessary? Evidence from Innovation in IP's Negative Space' (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016)
        The law and economics of intellectual property has long rested on a foundational, if implicit, premise: that IP law is best understood by studying how legal rules operate in actual markets for creative work. The assumption that we best understand a body of legal rules by looking at the fields they directly address is eminently reasonable and seemingly so obvious that, until recently, it was almost never questioned. Yet this way of analyzing IP is incomplete. IP rules are purposive; the core goal and rationale of IP is to incentivize creative and innovative production. Looking only at the creative fields that IP law addresses leaves open, or at least incomplete, a host of important and fascinating questions. Can innovation flourish in the absence of IP protection? Can market incentives, psychological factors, social norms, first-mover advantages, or any number of other causes, including path-dependency or even happenstance, serve as whole or partial substitutes for IP rights? And is it possible that, under some conditions and in some industries, IP protection is counterproductive — that is, it inhibits more innovation than it promotes? To begin to answer these questions, we look here at the emerging literature that has grown around what we have previously called the “negative space” of IP: innovative fields that, for historical, doctrinal, or other reasons, are not addressed by IP law, such as fashion, cuisine, tattoo artistry, professional magic, financial services, and sports.
      1. 5.1.4 Show/Hide More Najma Heptulla v. Orient Longman Ltd. and others
        Najma Heptulla v. Orient Longman Ltd. and others, AIR 1989 Delhi 63
        1. 5.2.3.1 Show/Hide More V.T. Thomas v. Malayala Manorama Co. Ltd.
          V.T. Thomas And Ors. vs Malayala Manorama Co. Ltd. AIR 1989 Ker 49
        2. 5.2.3.2 Show/Hide More Gee Pee Films Pvt. Ltd. vs Pratik Chowdhury
          Gee Pee Films Pvt. Ltd. vs Pratik Chowdhury
        3. 5.2.3.3 Show/Hide More Indian Performing Rights Society v. Eastern India Motion Pictures Association
          Indian Performing Rights Society v. Eastern India Motion Pictures Association 1977 AIR 1443
      1. 6.1.1 Show/Hide More Stewart v. Abend (1990)
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