The Award Winning Documentary “Wild Wild Country” was at the Center of a Copyright Infringement Case filed in Federal Court in Los Angeles, California. New York 21st March, 2020. Plaintiffs Osho International Foundation (OIF) and filmmaker Michael Hilow filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in January of 2019 against Defendants Netflix Inc., the filmmakers Maclain and Chapman...
Category: Press Releases
“This paper is not a mere newspaper; it is a messenger. So you have to keep alert that it beats with my heart, that it keeps in tune with me, that it does not lose contact with my vision.” – Osho
The following press release is an excerpt from an article that was originally published by the Nepal AAJA Foundation in Kathmandu and answers to the subsequent questions that were sent by AAJA to the Osho International meditation resort Press Office.
On Oct 22, 2018, the Nepal office of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) published a video containing allegations of sexual harassment made by former Osho Tapoban attendee Anshu Gurung against Swami Anand Arun. The following is an exact English transcription of the video.
In this press release, the Osho Press Office responds to questions regarding Tapoban in Nepal and clarifies that Osho’s message is very simply that of meditation, and that the role Arun is playing has no part in his work.
In this article we will look at the legal case findings, its implications, and provide background about the necessity of protecting Osho's name, original work, and the OSHO trademark.
On appeal from an earlier decision, the European Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) once again confirmed on 23rd September 2015 the validity of the European Trademark “OSHO,” as well as ownership of the trademark by Osho International Foundation, Switzerland.
Complainant Doestch Misled Swiss Authorities For an update to this article, please read: “EU Intellectual Property Office Affirms OSHO Trademark” here. ZURICH – On the 2nd of June, 2014, the Swiss Government Authorities of the Federal Department of the Interior (“ESA”) which oversees as Supervisory Board all Swiss foundations, removed the Board of Directors from...