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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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Patent Trolling

Introduction A patent is an exclusive right that is granted to an inventor for a specified number of years to make, use, and sell an invention. Once the right s provided, no other person can use the invention without proper license from the patentee. This right is provided to protect such inventors legally from any … Continue reading Patent Trolling

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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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Inside Secure states, France Brevets licenses NFC Patents to HTC

Access to robust data and effective analytics are the must for today’s business world. But sometimes it can be difficult to acquire good data. That’s where near-field communication (hereinafter referred as “NFC”) technology comes in. NFC is a short-range high-frequency wireless communication technology which enables the exchange of data between devices when they’re touched together … Continue reading Inside Secure states, France Brevets licenses NFC Patents to HTC

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Smile, you are on camera!

Every celebrity would agree when we say that stardom comes at a price. Their right to privacy is always threatened with the constant paparazzi encroaching upon their personal lives. Unauthorized photography often results in tabloid and defamatory reports in the media, which can sometimes scar the celebrity’s life forever.  From sports persons to movie stars … Continue reading Smile, you are on camera!

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NATCO FILES INDIA’S FIRST COMPULSORY LICENSING APPLICATION

Natco Pharma has filed India’s first Compulsory Licensing (CL) Application (in accordance with Section 84(1) of the Indian Patents Act) against one of the Bayer’s patented drug Sorafenib, marketed by Bayer as Nexavar for treating Kidney and Liver Cancer. Patent on Sorafenib is granted in India on 03.03.2008 having number IN 215758. This will be … Continue reading NATCO FILES INDIA’S FIRST COMPULSORY LICENSING APPLICATION

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