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Deciding about the application of the correct mechanism for the enforcement of an arbitral award depends much, in law, upon the type of arbitral award itself. The choice of the correct mechanism hinges upon invoking the jurisdiction of the court of law which possesses the legal jurisdiction to take up the enforcement matter and rule upon the same.
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The Intellectual Property Rights Course & Toolkit for Business Incubators in Punjab, developed by the AFMalik Law Partners, Advocate Ammara Farooq Malik and Barrister Ahmad Farooq Malik, was launched on 26th April, 2019 at the US Consul General’s Residence on the occasion of the World Intellectual Property Day 2019. Ms. Colleen Crenwelge, US Consul General Read more about US Consulate Launches IPR Toolkit Created by AFMalik Law[…]
On 15th April, the AFMalik Law Partners conducted a Focus Group Discussion at the US Consulate to discuss their upcoming IPR Tool Kit. The Intellectual Property Rights Course & Tool Kit for Punjab Incubators was created by the Partners Advocate Ammara Farooq Malik and Barrister Ahmad Farooq Malik under a PUAN USEF grant. Present on Read more about AFMalik Law conducts Focus Group Discussion on IPR[…]
Copyrights Barrister Ahmad Farooq Malik, Partner AFMalik Law. The meaning of Copyright is well illustrated in section 3 of the Copyright Ordinance, 1962, as an ‘exclusive right’ by virtue of the use of literary, dramatic, musical, artistic or cinematographic works and examined further through examples as covered by the Ordinance. The State v Muhammad Amin Read more about Meaning of Copyright in Pakistan[…]
By Ammara Farooq Malik, Partner AFMalik Law. Though a one size fit for all is not possible, however a general guideline can be provided on when and where the intellectual property must be registered in the process of business formation. Business process and IP in each step: Step 1: Inception of idea for business Action Read more about Business Process & IP[…]
Barrister Ahmad Farooq Malik, Partner AFMalik Law. Patents ‘A patent for an invention is grant of exclusive rights to make, use and sell the invention for a limited period of 20 years. The patent grant excludes others from making, using, or selling the invention. Patent protection does not start until the actual grant of a Read more about Patents’ Registration in Pakistan[…]
by Ammara Farooq Malik, Partner AFMalik Law. While advising businesses expanding in Pakistan or Pakistani businesses planning to export their goods or services beyond Pakistan, it is essential to focus on one of the basic areas of business law that protect your business’ identity, integrity and ensures a uniform standard to your customers and clients: Read more about Benefits of IPR registration for businesses in Pakistan & Abroad[…]
By Barrister Ahmad Farooq Malik, Partner AFMalik Law. Intellectual Property is the type of property which emanates from human intellect. Typically, the word ‘property’ denotes something that is tangible and is either money or money’s worth e.g. land, car, clothes etc. However, IP is the form of property which starts in an intangible form and Read more about Intellectual Property Rights in Pakistan[…]
The DNDRC entertains complaints against domain names with “.pk” ccTLDs which are either existing as a result of cyber-squatting or by some habitual infringer of intellectual property rights. The remedy for the rightful owner of the domain name consisting of the trademarked word is either to file a civil suit in a court of law and seek permanent injunction or it may file a complaint before the DNDRC