Tag: Intellectual Property

All You Need to Know About Patent Licensing

What is a patent? An exclusive right granted for an invention, which is either a product or a process, and offers a new way of doing a work or provides with a new technical solution to an existing problem, is called a patent.[i] What is called Patent Licensing? Patent Licensing is an act of or … Continue reading All You Need to Know About Patent Licensing

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Registering Designs in Singapore

An Industrial design is one of the types of Intellectual Property where intellectual property is used to refer to the creations of the mind. It can be an invention, literary or artistic work, symbols, names or images as well. Since it is a property, just like in case of property ownership, ownership of the right … Continue reading Registering Designs in Singapore

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Impact of Employment Agreements on Patents in Indonesia

Just like the owner of a real estate property controls the rights to how the property is to be used and maintained, intellectual property grants the owner of it certain protection and rights. Intellectual property can be anything that refers to the creations of the mind. Patent is a type of intellectual property which provides … Continue reading Impact of Employment Agreements on Patents in Indonesia

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Copyright Registration in Malaysia

Intellectual Property is a type of property that broadly speaking consists of creations of the mind. Briefly intellectual property can be further sub classified into patents, copyrights, trademarks, industrial designs and Geographical indications. Each of these categories refers to different sets of protection or rights that can be granted towards respective intellectual creations. These rights … Continue reading Copyright Registration in Malaysia

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Mr. Tarun Khurana (Founding Partner at Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys) shared his views on various topics at Indian National Bar Association (INBA)

To mark the occasion of 69th Constitution Day of India the Indian National Bar Association (INBA) organized a special conference in Hotel Shangri-La Eros New Delhi which was attended by luminaries across of the Legal Fraternity , this conference also had a Award Ceremony which was blessed with the presence Hon’ble Justice Jayant Nath from Delhi … Continue reading Mr. Tarun Khurana (Founding Partner at Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys) shared his views on various topics at Indian National Bar Association (INBA)

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Office Memorandum From Ministry Of Environment, Forest And Climate Change: A Much Needed Respite For The Bioscience Researchers And Companies

Biological diversity and ecosystem have always been global concerns, due to which various countries including India signed and ratified Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). In order to meet the obligation under the said convention and furthermore to conserve the biological diversity as well as to provide mechanism for its sustainable use and equitable sharing of benefits … Continue reading Office Memorandum From Ministry Of Environment, Forest And Climate Change: A Much Needed Respite For The Bioscience Researchers And Companies

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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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The Need of IP Audit In Successful Management Of IPR

image from : http://www.ip-pragmatics.com/intellectual-property-audit “If you don’t measure it, you can’t manage it” An organization needs to substantially maintain its Intellectual Properties such as maintaining a record of IP filings, prosecution, and maintenance and protection of such IP by taking affirmative action against infringement of an IP in multiple jurisdictions which requires dedicated time, money and … Continue reading The Need of IP Audit In Successful Management Of IPR

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Patent Commercialisation Via Licensing

Intellectual Property refers to creations of the mind such as inventions, expressions in the form of literary and artistic works, symbols, names and images, etc used in commerce. It can further be divided into Industrial Property or Copyright[1]. Patent as a part of Industrial Property is an exclusive right granted for an invention – a … Continue reading Patent Commercialisation Via Licensing

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Cyber Theft of Intellectual Property

With the growth in the use of internet these days the cyber crimes are also growing. Cyber theft of Intellectual Property(IP) is one of them. Cyber theft of IP means stealing of copyrights, trade secrets, patents etc., using internet and computers. Copyrights and trade secrets are the two forms of IP that is frequently stolen. … Continue reading Cyber Theft of Intellectual Property

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