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Chadha & Chadha Intellectual Property Law Firm | India | 19 Aug 2019

Breaking Myths - Pharmaceutical Patenting in India

Patentability of pharmaceutical inventions in India has been a topic of intense debate since 1970. In India, the patentability of pharmaceutical


RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | USA, India | 13 Aug 2019

Assessing Modi’s impact on IP landscape

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his political party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), once again won the elections with a clear majority and formed the


IAM | USA, Global, India | 3 Aug 2019

Life sciences IP - the major developments in July

IAM reported on a recent Federal Court of Australia judgment


LexOrbis | India | 31 Jul 2019

Highlights of the Annual Report 2017-18, Issued by Indian IP office

The revamping of the IP administration in the country, which was set in motion with the advent of the National IPR policy in 2016, has effectively


LexOrbis | India | 11 Jul 2019

ShhhhhhhhKeep it confidential!

An innovation business is a strange business model where confidentiality is supreme at every stage right from conception of an idea to the actual


Mirandah Asia | Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, etc. | 3 Jul 2019

Patentability of Computer Related or Implemented Inventions (CRIs or CIIs) in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, and India

Patent legislation and practice in the patentability assessment of computer related or implemented inventions differ from country to country


LexOrbis | India | 22 Jun 2019

IP Case Compilation 2019

Intellectual Property (IP) regime in India took the revolutionary road in the year 2018-19 with radical and profound changes seeing the light of the


RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | India | 3 Jun 2019

Indian Patent office rolls out a revised form to file statement of working

A peculiar requirement under the Indian Patent Act, section146 (1) read with Rule 131 (2), requires every Patent holder to submit before 31st March


LexOrbis | India | 3 Jun 2019

Indian Draft Patent Rules Circulated With Revised Format For Working Statement And Changes In Certified Priority Document Requirement

The newly formed Government of India, through the Ministry of Commerce & Industry on its second day of working, circulated Draft Patent Rules, 2019


S.S. Rana & Co | India | 27 Mar 2019

Understanding Inventive Step in Patent Applications in India

James Russell Lowell once said, "How little inventiveness there is in man, grave copier of copies." His observation is exactly what a patent

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