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Pharma Companies Extent Patent Life With Slight Modifications

Introduction Pharmaceutical industry is one of the most potential industry which has huge profit margins. Extensive growth and knowledge is required with frequent changes for better technology and results. Starting from early to the final stage there are gigantic chances of the product’s to face success or failure. Apart from these challenges, a large amount … Continue reading Pharma Companies Extent Patent Life With Slight Modifications

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Singapore Becomes An IP Hub For Innovative Russian Enterprises

Background of Singapore Economy After getting independence from Malaysia in 1965, Singapore had small domestic market, and high levels of unemployment and poverty. 70% of households were living in badly overcrowded conditions, and one- third of its people lived in slums. GDP per capita was US$516, and half of the population was illiterate. In response, … Continue reading Singapore Becomes An IP Hub For Innovative Russian Enterprises

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Voyage Innovations Is Granted First Accelerated Fintech Patent Through IPOS In Singapore

Brief on IPOS The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Law. IPOS advises on and administers intellectual property laws, promotes IP awareness and provides the infrastructure to facilitate the development of IP in Singapore. It has been appointed an International Searching Authority (ISA) and International Preliminary Examining … Continue reading Voyage Innovations Is Granted First Accelerated Fintech Patent Through IPOS In Singapore

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GI Successfully Granted To Scotch Whisky In Indonesia

About Scotch Whisky Scotch Whisky is made in Scotland for more than 500 years and it has grown from a cottage industry, where farmers distilled their left over barley to prevent it going to waste, to one of the UK’s most important export industries. Scotch Whisky is grain/ malt whisky which is made in Scotland in a manner specified by … Continue reading GI Successfully Granted To Scotch Whisky In Indonesia

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HIV-Drug Patent Wars in Thailand

Overview This blog covers the role that patents play in access to pharmaceuticals -HIV/AIDS in Thailand along with steps taken by government to overcome from current status of HIV/AIDS drugs. The measures which may help to improve access to HIV/AIDS drugs in the country through patent system. HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Thailand AIDS epidemic in Thailand, … Continue reading HIV-Drug Patent Wars in Thailand

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Proposed Amendment u/r 24[C][1] Of The Patent Rules, 2003

With respect to the expedition of the examination process of international applications filed under the Patent Co-operation Treaty (PCT), an amendment is proposed u /r 24[C][1]. It explicitly states: An applicant may file a request for expedited examination in Form 18A along with the fee as specified in the first schedule only by electronic transmission … Continue reading Proposed Amendment u/r 24[C][1] Of The Patent Rules, 2003

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Comments On The Prescribed Draft Of Amendments To Patent Rules

 The patents rules can be amended by the virtue of section 159 of the Patent Act 1970, the following changes were proposed by the Central government on 4th of December 2018 through the Department Of Industrial Policy And Promotion. 1. The notification takes the title of the rules to be amended to Patents (Amendment) Rules, … Continue reading Comments On The Prescribed Draft Of Amendments To Patent Rules

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Draft Patent (Amendments) Rules, 2018

IPO published Draft Patent (Amendment) Rules, 2018 for public comments  The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, has notified Draft Patent (Amendment) Rules, 2018 dated 4th December 2018 for objections and suggestions from any person. The important features of the Draft Patent (Amendment) Rules, 2018 (Draft Rules, 2018) are discussed … Continue reading Draft Patent (Amendments) Rules, 2018

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Ms. Prigya Arora delivered an enlightening session on Intellectual Property at the School of Planning and Architecture

School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi organized a half day workshop on 11th December 2018 to acquaint faculty and students with interesting domain of Intellectual Property Rights. The workshop aimed at introducing the participants with purpose and processes involved with protection of various forms intellectual properties while also exposing them to challenges that loom in … Continue reading Ms. Prigya Arora delivered an enlightening session on Intellectual Property at the School of Planning and Architecture

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How Online Recordation of IP Rights with Customs Works?

Introduction Cross-border counterfeiting and infringement of goods can have severe long-term consequences for an economy. In order to protect the IP rights of the holders as well as to secure the economy from such breaches, the government formulated Intellectual Property Rights (Imported Goods) Enforcement Rules, 2007. These rules are aimed to prevent counterfeiting and infringing … Continue reading How Online Recordation of IP Rights with Customs Works?

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