Tag: Bolar exemption

Export Of Patented Product For Research Or Experimental Purposes– A Part Of Bolar Exemption

The High Court of Delhi had finally adjudged, the case of Bayer Corporation v. Union of India & Ors and Bayer Intellectual Property gmbh & Anr, v. Alembic Pharmaceutical Limited by the order dated 22.04.2019, on the scope of section107(A) of Indian Patent Act 1970 by reading the meaning of word ‘export’ into it, though … Continue reading Export Of Patented Product For Research Or Experimental Purposes– A Part Of Bolar Exemption

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Research Exemption in Indian Patent Law

The research or experimental use exemption permits researchers and product manufacturers to make certain use of a patented invention. The general idea behind this exemption is that it sets boundaries to patent holder rights such that the patent holder cannot prevent third parties from undertaking certain activities with respect to the patented invention. In pharmaceutical … Continue reading Research Exemption in Indian Patent Law

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