IIPRD is a premier Patent Support, Technology Consulting, and IP Licensing Firm based in the United States and India with a diversified business practice providing services in the domain of Commercialization, Valuation, Licensing, Technology Transfer and Due-Diligence of Intellectual Property Assets along with providing complete IP and Patent Analytics and Litigation Support Services to International Corporates and Global IP Law Firms.
IIPRD has been established as an earnest and sincere effort by corporate trained IP practitioners to assist Global Business Houses in strategizing their growth by leveraging their IP Rights through effective Creation, Promotion, Protection, and Commercialization of IP. IIPRD has a legacy of over ten years of existence and is among the first Indian IP Firms to have core focus on Commercialization, Technology Transfer, and Licensing for numerous Indian and Global Corporates.
IIPRD's critically focuses on a broad range of Technology Consulting and IP Research Services spanning all stages of IP Procurement, Management, and Enforcement. IIPRD has a diligent and earnest team of strong Patent, Commercial, and Legal Professionals who enable the firm to provide the complete spectrum of services starting from Market/Technology Research to Licensing/Commercialization to Litigation Support. IIPRD's more than 10 years of substantive experience has helped it gain a prominent name in the Industry as a reliance and trustworthy partner in the complete Research and Analytics Process. Furthermore, support of Khurana & Khurana as its full service and Legal 500, MIP, IAM, Chambers, and Asia IP recommended IP Law Firm has further strengthened the positioning of IIPRD.
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Mad Dogg Athletics Inc., a U.S based company that markets among others, popular indoor cycling brand Spinning®, has instituted a lawsuit against Peloton Interactive, Inc., a major U.S. based exercise equipment manufacturing company with digital platform for infringing its patents. The suit has been filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District … Continue reading Mad Dogg Athletics institutes patent infringement suit against Peloton InteractiveRead more »
Recently Daedalus Blue LLC has sued tech giant Microsoft over patent infringement. The suit has been filed in Western District of Texas (case no 6:20-cv-01152, Daedalus Blue LLC v. Microsoft Corporation). Daedalus Blue claims that Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing product infringes its patents which essentially deals with cloud and cloud-based technology. Daedalus Blue is seeking … Continue reading Daedalus Blue Sues Microsoft For Patent InfringementRead more »
Providing the required amount of electricity and heat to society while respecting the environment is one of the biggest hurdles that humankind is facing now. The International Energy Agency predicts that energy demand will increase by 30% in the years 2016–2040 and U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects nearly 50% increase in world energy usage … Continue reading Technology Focus: Solar Heat CollectorsRead more »
Recently TwinStrand Biosciences entered into an worldwide non-exclusive agreement to sublicense its DNA sequencing technology to Foundation Medicine. TwinStrand Biosciences is a Bellevue, Washington based company working in the field of DNA sequencing technologies. Foundation Medicine is a US based company involved in the development and manufacture of profiling assays based on cutting-edge sequencing technologies. … Continue reading Twinstrand Biosciences Licenses Patented DNA Sequencing Technology To Foundation MedicineRead more »
Recently, Swedish telecom company Ericsson has filed a lawsuit in the US against South Korean company Samsung for breach of contractual commitments and failure to negotiate the patent licensing and payment terms in good faith, essentially under FRAND (Fair, Reasonable and Non-discriminatory) terms. In the suit, Ericsson is also looking for a declaratory ruling that … Continue reading Patent License Dispute Between Ericsson And SamsungRead more »
Under the pre-2004 provisions of the Patents Act, section 55 of the Patents Act provided that an application may be made to court for the grant of a license after 3 years from the date of the grant of a patent, or 4 years from the date of filing of the patent application, whichever is … Continue reading Compulsory Licensing Under The Patents ActRead more »
Intellectual property is the creative work of human intellect. The primary motivation to protect these ‘knowledge goods’ is promotion of innovation and creativity by striking a balance between protecting the inventor or creator’s rights and fostering follow-on or cumulative developments. Nations do this by granting statutory expression to the to the exclusive economic rights of … Continue reading The Incongruousness Between Competition Law And Intellectual Property LicensingRead more »
Recently, India and South Africa have filed a joint submission to the Council of the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIS), requesting the WTO to waive off certain provisions of the TRIPS Agreement, in order to make sure that developed nations do not hoard COVID-19 vaccines or other related medicines, and the same is … Continue reading Easement of IP laws and the concerns of India and South AfricaRead more »
Introduction Patent legislation in Sri Lanka can be traced to the earlier years of this century. As pointed out by T.A. Blanco White “the basic theory of the patent system is simple and reasonable. It is desirable in the public interest that industrial techniques should be improved” (quoted by Banks Commission in its Report on … Continue reading Patent Licensing in Sri LankaRead more »
Abstract Trademark is a type of intellectual property consisting of a recognizable sign, design, or expression which identifies products or services of a particular source from those of others. Trademarks licensing is an agreement through which the Trademark owner permits the licensee to use the trademark for commercial purposes. This article deals with the Trademark … Continue reading Trademark Licensing in SingaporeRead more »
Intellectual property rights (IPR) have come to be a crucial asset in improving businesses in today’s global economy. They’re pivotal with regard to the success of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) by way of providing a safeguard to their innovations and generating income. One such vital source of income is licensing and assignment of IPR, … Continue reading Patent Licensing In SingaporeRead more »
On 17 October 2020, twelve years after the third amendment of China’s Patent Law, the fourth amendment (hereinafter, ‘the Amendment’) was approved by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress. The Amendment will come into effect on 1 June 2021. Many of these changes were a part of the proposed draft amendments released in … Continue reading Review Of The 4th Amendment Of China’s Patent LawRead more »