Month: August 2018

Case Analysis: Alice Corp. V. Cls Bank (134 S. Ct. 2347 (2014))

Introduction The Patent Statute of the US defines patentable subject matter as ‘any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter’ and any improvements.[1] But patent cannot be granted for laws of nature, natural phenomena or abstract ideas. In most of the countries, software cannot be patented unless it forms an element within … Continue reading Case Analysis: Alice Corp. V. Cls Bank (134 S. Ct. 2347 (2014))

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Update on Recent Stakeholder Meeting Held On 03.08.2018 at IPO, Delhi

Few of the following issues with respect to various field of  Intellectual Property, were raised by the stakeholders : I. Patents: a) E-communication, websites and allied issues FERs are not notified to the applicants leading to abandonment of application. The Patent Office website do not provide for Sequence Listing uploading in txt. format and the … Continue reading Update on Recent Stakeholder Meeting Held On 03.08.2018 at IPO, Delhi

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IP Awareness Session Conducted at KJS College, Mumbai

Growth of a nation is majorly driven by the youth. Specifically for a country like India, that has more than 50% of its population below the age of 25 years, it is crucial to have Intellectual Property (IP) Awareness in order to protect ingenious innovations. Khurana and Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys along with its … Continue reading IP Awareness Session Conducted at KJS College, Mumbai

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India’s First Judgement on Standard Essential Patents

Introduction Our lives, nowadays, seem to revolve around devices; technological devices like computers, cell phones, more importantly smartphones using 3G/4G networks, and even the earphones and headphones and other music players through which we listen to music. For the proper functioning of the devices, they have to comply with certain standard. These standards may include … Continue reading India’s First Judgement on Standard Essential Patents

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IP Awareness Session at CDOT

Intellectual Property (IP) awareness facilitates an individual to protect his Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). It also helps to evaluate the quality of Invention on grounds of Obviousness and Novelty. Khurana and Khurana (K&K), along with IIPRD, has always believed in spreading IP awareness through its initiatives to make people IP literate. Recently, Mrs. Madhulika Kapoor, from … Continue reading IP Awareness Session at CDOT

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