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Certificate Course in Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Laws

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Course Syllabus
MODULE NAME: COPYRIGHTABILITY AND REGISTRATION
Chapter: Copyrightable works and rights of copyright owners
Criteria for copyrightability

Types of copyrightable works

– Stories, Poems Books, Journals and other literary works

– Titles

– Structures

– Software

– Databases

– Photographs & Paintings

– Music

– Video

De minimis Criteria

Rights of copyright owners and how to monetize

Chapter: Procedure for copyright registration
Benefits or otherwise of copyright registration

MODULE NAME: COPYRIGHT MONETIZATION AND LICENSING
Chapter: Copyright exploitation techniques
Copyright Licensing

Copyright assignment

Open source licensing

Phonographic and performance licenses

Chapter: Common copyright agreements
Book publishing agreement

Sports video game creation agreement

Music Licensing Agreement

Chapter: Open source licenses and business models around them
Creative Commons

GNU

Apache

MIT

Business models around open source licensing

IP risks from using open source software in for-profit business models

Chapter: Broadcasting Rights
Broadcasting rights under Copyright Act

Sports Federations and broadcasting rights

IPL broadcasting auction by BCCI and related agreements

Feed-sharing with Doordarshan

Chapter: How copyright societies work
Creation, registration advantages and functioning

Who should form a copyright society?

Copyright Amendment Act and status of common copyright societies

Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL)

Indian Performing Rights Society Ltd. (IPRS)

Indian Singers Rights Association (ISRA)

When do you need a license?

Restaurants and hotels

Public Performances, parties and functions

Cover performances

MODULE NAME: COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT AND PRACTICAL REMEDIES
Chapter: What is infringement? What actions amount to infringement?
Cover versions, spoofs, artistic creativity

Copying of headlines

Using the same idea

Borrowing movie themes from Hollywood

Use of the same syllabus

Use of published question papers for an entrance test

Use of music tunes from Hollywood songs

How is copyright in music and movies infringed?

Case study of Napster, and BitTorrent

Types of remedies in case of infringement

John Doe orders, Anton Piller orders [including qua timet (apprehensive) actions]

Monetary remedies: Damages and loss of profit

Injunctions

How and when to claim a John Doe Order

How and when to claim an Anton Piller Order

How and when to issue take down notices/ legal notices under IT Act and Copyright Act

Why you must know about Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)

How to select an optimal infringement remedy

Injunctions and Cease and desist orders

Monetary damages

Loss of profit

How and when to claim criminal remedies for infringement

Copyright infringement remedies vis-a-vis imported goods

Practice exercises for issuance of takedown notices under IT Act, Copyright Rules and DMCA

Chapter: Fair use and other Defenses to infringement
Chapter: Evaluation of Copyright Act Amendment
Copyright in Cyberspace

Protection of software, databases, websites, etc.

IT Act and protection of digital assets of an organization

Case study of Oracle-Google copyright dispute

Handout: Sample Takedown Notice

Handout: Format for notice of registration to customs commissioner

Handout: Software Licensing Agreement

MODULE NAME: TRADEMARK LAW AND REGISTRATION
Chapter: Trademark Selection and Strategy
How to select a trademark

Should brand name be the same as company name?

Types of registrable marks

Non-conventional marks

Strategic benefits of series marks

Chapter: Procedure for Trademark Registration
Trade mark search

Trademark Registration

– National

– International Trademark Registration (Madrid protocol)

Trademark objections under Sections 9 and 11

Registration of non-conventional trademarks

Handout: Registration Forms for different types of trademarks

Handout: Sample Petition for Response to Objections

MODULE NAME: TRADEMARK MONETIZATION TECHNIQUES
Chapter: Trademark Monetization Techniques
Assignment

Franchising

Licensing

Registered user and permitted user

How to Draft Different Types of Franchising Agreements

Should Mickey Mouse be copyrighted or trademarked?

How did Pixar make more money from toys than Disney from its movie?

How to draft character merchandising agreements

Use of certification marks for monetization

Registration requirements for licensing

Chapter: Should buildings be trademarked or copyrighted? Taj Hotel Building Discussion
Handout: Sample Trademark Assignment Agreement

Handout: Sample Licensing Agreement

Handout: Sample Franchising Agreement

Handout: Sample Merchandizing Agreement

MODULE NAME: TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT & LITIGATION
Chapter: Trademark opposition and litigation
How to conduct a trademark watch to identify infringement

Opposition to trademark claims

Enforcement of trademark

Passing off suits

Trademark infringement litigation

When to opt for criminal prosecution

Groundless threat proceedings

Remedies for cross-border infringement of trademarks

Exceptions to infringement, trademark of personal names, honest and concurrent use, prior user etc.

Chapter: Trademark infringement in cyberspace
Google adwords and trademark infringement

Domain name disputes and cybersquatting

Handout: Petition for passing off

Handout: Suit for infringement

Handout: Application for temporary injunction

MODULE NAME: PATENT LAW
Chapter: Criteria for Patentability
Novelty, Inventive Step and Industrial Application

Patentability of software, algorithms and business methods

Pharmaceutical patents

Criteria for patentability vs. Section 3 prohibitions to patentability

Chapter: Patent application and registration process
Filing process

Preparation of patent specification

Ownership of patent

Patent searches (Invalidation Search, Patentability Search & Freedom to operate search)

Provisional and complete specification

Advantages of filing a provisional application

Registration process

Patent application in multiple countries (PCT route)

Chapter: Patent monetization, licensing and assignment
Licensing and assignment procedure

Cross-licensing arrangements in technology sector

Compulsory licensing under Indian law

FRAND Licensing in Telecom Sector

Why Did Tesla and GE open up their patents to the market?

Patent Trolls and How to Defend Your Startup Against Them

Patent Portfolio Auctions

Chapter: Patent litigation
Office action response filing

Pre-grant and post-grant opposition

Remedies

Defences

Handout: Sample Patent Specification

MODULE NAME: GI & DESIGNS LAW
Chapter: Geographical Indications
Advantages of registering a geographical indication

Registration process for geographical indication

Infringement of geographical indications

Difference between geographical indications and trademark

International standard of protection afforded under GI to wines and spirits as compared to other products

Use of trademark law to protect GIs internationally

Chapter: Designs Act
Process for registration of Designs

Effect and duration of registration of Designs

Can stamps. Labels, tokens, cards be considered an article for the purpose of registration of Design

MODULE NAME: IP AND BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
Chapter: Employees, Consultants and IP
How to protect IP from employees

IP clauses in employment agreements

When to execute Inventions Assignment Agreements

How to Protect IP from Developers, Freelancers and Consultants

Other contractual Means to protect your IP and know-how:

-Non-disclosure

-Non-solicit

-Non-compete

Use of Managerial Systems to Mitigate Infringement Risk

Trade Secrets and confidential information

-Patents v. Trade Secrets

-Protection of trade secrets

-Patents and confidential information

-Copyright and confidential information

IP Assignment in M&A transactions

Intellectual Property Clauses in Joint Ventures

Technology Transfer Agreements

-IPR rights when technology rights is transferred

-Technology transfer to third party

Handout: Work-for-Hire Agreement

Handout: Invention Assignment Agreement

Handout: Software Development and Maintenance Agreement

Handout: Employment Agreement (with extensive IP protection clauses)

Handout: Technical Services/Know-How Agreement

Handout: Contributor’s Agreement

Handout: Research and Development Agreement

Handout: Technology Transfer Agreement

MODULE NAME: MEDIA & POLICY
Chapter: Types of media and their regulation
Press – Newspapers, Magazines, Posters

Broadcast – TV and Films

Digital Media – Internet, Convergence and Net Neutrality

Chapter: Media vis-à-vis the Constitution
Media and Free Speech & Expression – Article 19(1)(a)

Privacy Laws through Case Studies – Justice K.S. Puttaswamy v. Union of India

Parliamentary Privileges – Article 104A

Evolution of Freedom Of Press

Media During Emergency in India

MODULE NAME: PRINT MEDIA REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
Chapter: Legislature, Judiciary, Executive & The Media
Freedom of the Press – Related Case Studies

Press Council & The Power to Guarantee Freedom of Speech & Expression

Violation of the Official Secrets Act – The Case of Journalist Iftikhar Gilani

Journalists Checklist – Parliamentary Proceedings & Contempt of Courts

Chapter: Advertising Laws For Print Media
Misleading and Comparative Advertisements in Print Media

Surrogate Advertising – Can you publish a liquor ad?

Case of Nirmal Baba – Drugs & Magic Remedies (What can you publish?)

Obscenity – The Tuff Shoes Ad & The Rog Poster

Commercial Use of Indian National Flag

MODULE NAME: ENTERTAINMENT TV, NEWS AND CURRENT AFFAIRS
Chapter: Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) Regulations – Entertainment TV
Parameters Regulating Programmes on TV

-Cable TV Network (Regulations) Act, 1995

-Programme Code under the Cable TV Network Regulations Rules 1994

-Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) – What does it do?

-Self Regulation Guidelines & the Content Code

-Step-By-Step Procedure to Complain Against Programmes

-Broadcasting Content Complaints Council (BCCC)

Films on Television

-Telecast of Films on TV – Cable TV Act & Regulations

-Certification of Films & Approval – The ‘Censor’ Board

-Ref: The Cinematograph Act, 1952 & Certification Rules, 1983

Chapter: Regulation of News
News Broadcasters Association (NBA)

Code of Ethics and Broadcasting Standards (NBA Code)

News Broadcasting Standards Regulations (NBSR)

Chapter: TV Ads – Form, Content & Duration of Advertisements
Cable TV Network (Regulations) Act, 1995

Advertising Code under the Cable TV Network Regulations Rules 1994

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Regulations, 2012

Chapter: Who governs Surrogate/Misleading Advertisements In India?
ASCI Code of Conduct

Consumer Protection Act

Surrogate Advertising (Prohibition) Bill, 2016

Case Studies on Disputes

Chapter: Colgate or Pepsodent? A Take On Comparative Advertising & Disparagement
Trademarks Act, 1999 & Landmark Judgments

Recent Cases

-Colgate v. Pepsodent (Delhi High Court – 2015)

-Head & Shoulders v. Clinic Plus (Delhi High Court)

MODULE NAME: TELEVISION DISPUTES
Chapter: Title Rights in TV Serials
Chapter: Disputes on Obscene Content
Chapter: Disputes on Format Rights
Chapter: Broadcast Petitions
Chapter: John Doe Orders
MODULE NAME: FILM BROADCAST REGULATIONS
Chapter: Copyright In Cinema
Copyright in Films (Including Photographs)

Selling/Lending Film

Accessibility to Public – Communication

Translations & Adaptations

Chapter: Films – Compliances
Agreements – Co-Production, Services and Licensing (Ref: Copyright Law, 2012)

The ‘Certification’ Board or the ‘Censor Board’ (Ref: The Cinematograph Act, 1952 & Certification Rules, 1983

MIB Advisory on CBFC Certificate Before Trailers

MIB Advisory on Rash Driving

Chapter: Film Certification
Step-by-Step Guide to Attain Certification from the Board

Do Apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video need film certification for original content?

Chapter: Current Issues
Piracy (Videos and DVDs) & Online Leaks (Ref: Uplinking & Downlinking Guidelines)

Plagiarism – Does Hollywood Really ‘Inspire’?

Entertainment Tax

MODULE NAME: RADIO
Chapter: Statutory Framework
Telegraph Act

Copyright Law

Chapter: Radio Licensing
Chapter: IBF Self Regulation Guidelines
Chapter: Association of Radio Operators for India (AROI)
Chapter: MIB Advisories on Radio Channels
MODULE NAME: DEFAMATION, BLASPHEMY, SEDITION & OBSCENITY IN MEDIA
Chapter: Defamation Disputes
Defamation in Newspapers/Broadcast (Ref: Indian Penal Code & Tort Law)

Online Defamation – How Can You Enforce Your Rights?

Chapter: Sedition & Blasphemy
Sedition Through Press & Broadcast (Ref: Indian Penal Code)

Online Sedition – The JNU Case

Chapter: Disputes on Obscene Content (Obscenity since Ranjeet D. Udeshi’s case)
MODULE NAME: MUSIC RIGHTS & CONTRACTS, ENDORSEMENT, ARTIST AGREEMENTS, ENTERTAINMENT AND FILM
Chapter: Synchronization of music, Adaptation rights, Licensing
Chapter: Endorsement Agreements
Chapter: Artist Agreements
Chapter: Film Distribution and Commissioning of Services
Chapter: Addendum and Novation Agreements to Artist Agreements
Chapter: In-Film Integration

Course Syllabus
MODULE NAME: COPYRIGHTABILITY AND REGISTRATION
Chapter: Copyrightable works and rights of copyright owners
Criteria for copyrightability

Types of copyrightable works

– Stories, Poems Books, Journals and other literary works

– Titles

– Structures

– Software

– Databases

– Photographs & Paintings

– Music

– Video

De minimis Criteria

Rights of copyright owners and how to monetize

Chapter: Procedure for copyright registration
Benefits or otherwise of copyright registration

MODULE NAME: COPYRIGHT MONETIZATION AND LICENSING
Chapter: Copyright exploitation techniques
Copyright Licensing

Copyright assignment

Open source licensing

Phonographic and performance licenses

Chapter: Common copyright agreements
Book publishing agreement

Sports video game creation agreement

Music Licensing Agreement

Chapter: Open source licenses and business models around them
Creative Commons

GNU

Apache

MIT

Business models around open source licensing

IP risks from using open source software in for-profit business models

Chapter: Broadcasting Rights
Broadcasting rights under Copyright Act

Sports Federations and broadcasting rights

IPL broadcasting auction by BCCI and related agreements

Feed-sharing with Doordarshan

Chapter: How copyright societies work
Creation, registration advantages and functioning

Who should form a copyright society?

Copyright Amendment Act and status of common copyright societies

Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL)

Indian Performing Rights Society Ltd. (IPRS)

Indian Singers Rights Association (ISRA)

When do you need a license?

Restaurants and hotels

Public Performances, parties and functions

Cover performances

MODULE NAME: COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT AND PRACTICAL REMEDIES
Chapter: What is infringement? What actions amount to infringement?
Cover versions, spoofs, artistic creativity

Copying of headlines

Using the same idea

Borrowing movie themes from Hollywood

Use of the same syllabus

Use of published question papers for an entrance test

Use of music tunes from Hollywood songs

How is copyright in music and movies infringed?

Case study of Napster, and BitTorrent

Types of remedies in case of infringement

John Doe orders, Anton Piller orders [including qua timet (apprehensive) actions]

Monetary remedies: Damages and loss of profit

Injunctions

How and when to claim a John Doe Order

How and when to claim an Anton Piller Order

How and when to issue take down notices/ legal notices under IT Act and Copyright Act

Why you must know about Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)

How to select an optimal infringement remedy

Injunctions and Cease and desist orders

Monetary damages

Loss of profit

How and when to claim criminal remedies for infringement

Copyright infringement remedies vis-a-vis imported goods

Practice exercises for issuance of takedown notices under IT Act, Copyright Rules and DMCA

Chapter: Fair use and other Defenses to infringement
Chapter: Evaluation of Copyright Act Amendment
Copyright in Cyberspace

Protection of software, databases, websites, etc.

IT Act and protection of digital assets of an organization

Case study of Oracle-Google copyright dispute

Handout: Sample Takedown Notice

Handout: Format for notice of registration to customs commissioner

Handout: Software Licensing Agreement

MODULE NAME: TRADEMARK LAW AND REGISTRATION
Chapter: Trademark Selection and Strategy
How to select a trademark

Should brand name be the same as company name?

Types of registrable marks

Non-conventional marks

Strategic benefits of series marks

Chapter: Procedure for Trademark Registration
Trade mark search

Trademark Registration

– National

– International Trademark Registration (Madrid protocol)

Trademark objections under Sections 9 and 11

Registration of non-conventional trademarks

Handout: Registration Forms for different types of trademarks

Handout: Sample Petition for Response to Objections

MODULE NAME: TRADEMARK MONETIZATION TECHNIQUES
Chapter: Trademark Monetization Techniques
Assignment

Franchising

Licensing

Registered user and permitted user

How to Draft Different Types of Franchising Agreements

Should Mickey Mouse be copyrighted or trademarked?

How did Pixar make more money from toys than Disney from its movie?

How to draft character merchandising agreements

Use of certification marks for monetization

Registration requirements for licensing

Chapter: Should buildings be trademarked or copyrighted? Taj Hotel Building Discussion
Handout: Sample Trademark Assignment Agreement

Handout: Sample Licensing Agreement

Handout: Sample Franchising Agreement

Handout: Sample Merchandizing Agreement

MODULE NAME: TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT & LITIGATION
Chapter: Trademark opposition and litigation
How to conduct a trademark watch to identify infringement

Opposition to trademark claims

Enforcement of trademark

Passing off suits

Trademark infringement litigation

When to opt for criminal prosecution

Groundless threat proceedings

Remedies for cross-border infringement of trademarks

Exceptions to infringement, trademark of personal names, honest and concurrent use, prior user etc.

Chapter: Trademark infringement in cyberspace
Google adwords and trademark infringement

Domain name disputes and cybersquatting

Handout: Petition for passing off

Handout: Suit for infringement

Handout: Application for temporary injunction

MODULE NAME: PATENT LAW
Chapter: Criteria for Patentability
Novelty, Inventive Step and Industrial Application

Patentability of software, algorithms and business methods

Pharmaceutical patents

Criteria for patentability vs. Section 3 prohibitions to patentability

Chapter: Patent application and registration process
Filing process

Preparation of patent specification

Ownership of patent

Patent searches (Invalidation Search, Patentability Search & Freedom to operate search)

Provisional and complete specification

Advantages of filing a provisional application

Registration process

Patent application in multiple countries (PCT route)

Chapter: Patent monetization, licensing and assignment
Licensing and assignment procedure

Cross-licensing arrangements in technology sector

Compulsory licensing under Indian law

FRAND Licensing in Telecom Sector

Why Did Tesla and GE open up their patents to the market?

Patent Trolls and How to Defend Your Startup Against Them

Patent Portfolio Auctions

Chapter: Patent litigation
Office action response filing

Pre-grant and post-grant opposition

Remedies

Defences

Handout: Sample Patent Specification

MODULE NAME: GI & DESIGNS LAW
Chapter: Geographical Indications
Advantages of registering a geographical indication

Registration process for geographical indication

Infringement of geographical indications

Difference between geographical indications and trademark

International standard of protection afforded under GI to wines and spirits as compared to other products

Use of trademark law to protect GIs internationally

Chapter: Designs Act
Process for registration of Designs

Effect and duration of registration of Designs

Can stamps. Labels, tokens, cards be considered an article for the purpose of registration of Design

MODULE NAME: IP AND BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
Chapter: Employees, Consultants and IP
How to protect IP from employees

IP clauses in employment agreements

When to execute Inventions Assignment Agreements

How to Protect IP from Developers, Freelancers and Consultants

Other contractual Means to protect your IP and know-how:

-Non-disclosure

-Non-solicit

-Non-compete

Use of Managerial Systems to Mitigate Infringement Risk

Trade Secrets and confidential information

-Patents v. Trade Secrets

-Protection of trade secrets

-Patents and confidential information

-Copyright and confidential information

IP Assignment in M&A transactions

Intellectual Property Clauses in Joint Ventures

Technology Transfer Agreements

-IPR rights when technology rights is transferred

-Technology transfer to third party

Handout: Work-for-Hire Agreement

Handout: Invention Assignment Agreement

Handout: Software Development and Maintenance Agreement

Handout: Employment Agreement (with extensive IP protection clauses)

Handout: Technical Services/Know-How Agreement

Handout: Contributor’s Agreement

Handout: Research and Development Agreement

Handout: Technology Transfer Agreement

MODULE NAME: MEDIA & POLICY
Chapter: Types of media and their regulation
Press – Newspapers, Magazines, Posters

Broadcast – TV and Films

Digital Media – Internet, Convergence and Net Neutrality

Chapter: Media vis-à-vis the Constitution
Media and Free Speech & Expression – Article 19(1)(a)

Privacy Laws through Case Studies – Justice K.S. Puttaswamy v. Union of India

Parliamentary Privileges – Article 104A

Evolution of Freedom Of Press

Media During Emergency in India

MODULE NAME: PRINT MEDIA REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
Chapter: Legislature, Judiciary, Executive & The Media
Freedom of the Press – Related Case Studies

Press Council & The Power to Guarantee Freedom of Speech & Expression

Violation of the Official Secrets Act – The Case of Journalist Iftikhar Gilani

Journalists Checklist – Parliamentary Proceedings & Contempt of Courts

Chapter: Advertising Laws For Print Media
Misleading and Comparative Advertisements in Print Media

Surrogate Advertising – Can you publish a liquor ad?

Case of Nirmal Baba – Drugs & Magic Remedies (What can you publish?)

Obscenity – The Tuff Shoes Ad & The Rog Poster

Commercial Use of Indian National Flag

MODULE NAME: ENTERTAINMENT TV, NEWS AND CURRENT AFFAIRS
Chapter: Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) Regulations – Entertainment TV
Parameters Regulating Programmes on TV

-Cable TV Network (Regulations) Act, 1995

-Programme Code under the Cable TV Network Regulations Rules 1994

-Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) – What does it do?

-Self Regulation Guidelines & the Content Code

-Step-By-Step Procedure to Complain Against Programmes

-Broadcasting Content Complaints Council (BCCC)

Films on Television

-Telecast of Films on TV – Cable TV Act & Regulations

-Certification of Films & Approval – The ‘Censor’ Board

-Ref: The Cinematograph Act, 1952 & Certification Rules, 1983

Chapter: Regulation of News
News Broadcasters Association (NBA)

Code of Ethics and Broadcasting Standards (NBA Code)

News Broadcasting Standards Regulations (NBSR)

Chapter: TV Ads – Form, Content & Duration of Advertisements
Cable TV Network (Regulations) Act, 1995

Advertising Code under the Cable TV Network Regulations Rules 1994

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Regulations, 2012

Chapter: Who governs Surrogate/Misleading Advertisements In India?
ASCI Code of Conduct

Consumer Protection Act

Surrogate Advertising (Prohibition) Bill, 2016

Case Studies on Disputes

Chapter: Colgate or Pepsodent? A Take On Comparative Advertising & Disparagement
Trademarks Act, 1999 & Landmark Judgments

Recent Cases

-Colgate v. Pepsodent (Delhi High Court – 2015)

-Head & Shoulders v. Clinic Plus (Delhi High Court)

MODULE NAME: TELEVISION DISPUTES
Chapter: Title Rights in TV Serials
Chapter: Disputes on Obscene Content
Chapter: Disputes on Format Rights
Chapter: Broadcast Petitions
Chapter: John Doe Orders
MODULE NAME: FILM BROADCAST REGULATIONS
Chapter: Copyright In Cinema
Copyright in Films (Including Photographs)

Selling/Lending Film

Accessibility to Public – Communication

Translations & Adaptations

Chapter: Films – Compliances
Agreements – Co-Production, Services and Licensing (Ref: Copyright Law, 2012)

The ‘Certification’ Board or the ‘Censor Board’ (Ref: The Cinematograph Act, 1952 & Certification Rules, 1983

MIB Advisory on CBFC Certificate Before Trailers

MIB Advisory on Rash Driving

Chapter: Film Certification
Step-by-Step Guide to Attain Certification from the Board

Do Apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video need film certification for original content?

Chapter: Current Issues
Piracy (Videos and DVDs) & Online Leaks (Ref: Uplinking & Downlinking Guidelines)

Plagiarism – Does Hollywood Really ‘Inspire’?

Entertainment Tax

MODULE NAME: RADIO
Chapter: Statutory Framework
Telegraph Act

Copyright Law

Chapter: Radio Licensing
Chapter: IBF Self Regulation Guidelines
Chapter: Association of Radio Operators for India (AROI)
Chapter: MIB Advisories on Radio Channels
MODULE NAME: DEFAMATION, BLASPHEMY, SEDITION & OBSCENITY IN MEDIA
Chapter: Defamation Disputes
Defamation in Newspapers/Broadcast (Ref: Indian Penal Code & Tort Law)

Online Defamation – How Can You Enforce Your Rights?

Chapter: Sedition & Blasphemy
Sedition Through Press & Broadcast (Ref: Indian Penal Code)

Online Sedition – The JNU Case

Chapter: Disputes on Obscene Content (Obscenity since Ranjeet D. Udeshi’s case)
MODULE NAME: MUSIC RIGHTS & CONTRACTS, ENDORSEMENT, ARTIST AGREEMENTS, ENTERTAINMENT AND FILM
Chapter: Synchronization of music, Adaptation rights, Licensing
Chapter: Endorsement Agreements
Chapter: Artist Agreements
Chapter: Film Distribution and Commissioning of Services
Chapter: Addendum and Novation Agreements to Artist Agreements
Chapter: In-Film Integration

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