While the year 2023 has come to an end and, we look back on the pertinent updates in the field of Intellectual Property Rights and share with you our final edition of the newsletter. As has been the trend, the Courts have been vigilant and cautious in protecting the rights of creators and brand owners to usher the wave of innovation and drive business growth. This is rightly evident from the Court’s decision in the ‘Domino's v. Dominick Pizza’ case and ‘Nykaa v. Oykaa’ Case. Simultaneously, the High Court of Delhi declaring the stylized logo of the American sportswear brand, ‘New Balance’ as a well-known trade mark also indicates the Courts sheer eagerness in recognising and safeguarding the transborder reputation enjoyed by notable international trademarks. This edition also tracks cultural icons, such as, the Arunachal’s ‘Yak Churpi', the first-ever yak milk product; Basohli Pashmina- known for its feather-like softness, from Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua district; and Udangudi ‘Panangkarupatti’, also known as palm jaggery, from the Tirunelveli District, Palmyrah Products Cooperative Federation Limited, Tamil Nadu, securing the cultural indication tags. These GIs highlight the rich diversity of India's geographical products, offering legal protection, enhancing market competitiveness, and preserving age-old traditions. A few snippets of this edition that are worth reading include the underlying tussle between X Social Media and Elon Musk’s X Corp; Lenovo and Asus; and the relief granted to Japan Patent Office by the Delhi High Court. So, without further ado, let’s dive into this edition! We appreciate your readership and wish you a happy reading!