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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RIGHTS PROTECTED : Under this law Copyright law protects the copyright of authors, musicians, etc. Copyright is essentially a right to copy. Copyright is a term describing rights given to creators for their literary and artistic works. It’s an intellectual property, if an individual owns the copyright to something, then he’s the only owner of … Continue reading INTERNET AND COPYRIGHTRead more »
One of man’s most significant innovations of the Millenium is the internet. It is a term used to describe a vast network of linked computer systems and computer networks. The best aspect of the internet is that it’s available practically everywhere on the planet for very little money. As the globe becomes a global village, … Continue reading Online Infringement of CopyrightsRead more »
Introduction to Biodiversity Biodiversity in simple terms is referred to as the living variety of plant and animal life in a particular habitat. It is all the different kinds of living plants and animals present in an area. The variety of animals, fungi, plants, or even small microorganisms like bacteria completes our natural world. Each … Continue reading The Impact of IPR on BiodiversityRead more »
Intellectual property rights are protections provided to entities for what they have created as a result of their intellect or on something which a creation of their brains. Intellectual property rights can be of various types like copyrights, patents, trademarks, geographical indications and trade secrets. The web has made intellectual property rights protection difficult nowadays. … Continue reading Digital World And Copyright InfringementRead more »
India is only the fourteenth largest entertainment and media market in the world, with industry revenues contributing roughly one percent to its gross domestic product. Voice-over artists have a vital part in box office success because they significantly influence the emotional synchronisation between the audience and the visuals displayed. Even if these artists play a … Continue reading Protection Of Voice Actor’s Work By CopyrightRead more »
INTRODUCTION Good Biscuits & Bad Biscuits Say, for example, that you like biscuits from brand A. You buy them because they taste good. Now, brand D, knowing the popularity of brand A’s biscuits, releases their product whose packaging and design are similar to that of brand A, and since they look alike, you (and a … Continue reading Safeguarding The Cover, Not The Book: Understanding, By Case Laws, The Theory Of Trademark DilutionRead more »
“Recently the Economic Advisory council to PM said in a presentation to the stakeholder ministries like NITI Aayog and Department of Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) for a slight change in the Indian patent working by suggesting recruitment of more patent officers and by fixing six months as the time period so the … Continue reading Suggested Reform In Patent Law : Revolutionary Or Problematic ?Read more »
Traditional Knowledge is a living corpus that has evolved within a small society from generation to generation. In an amusing way of expressing it, it cannot be protected traditionally owing to the unoriginality of its preservation and the fact that it is not subject to the restricted periods of intellectual property protection. Consequently, it has … Continue reading Patenting of Traditional Knowledge in Light of the Turmeric CaseRead more »
Trademark law in India is governed under the Trademarks Act, 1999. The Act aims to provide for registration, protection and prevention of fraudulent use of trademarks for goods and services. According to section 2(zb) of the Act, a trademark is a mark capable of being “represented graphically”. It includes logo, slogan, shape of goods, their … Continue reading Trademark Genericide : A Paradoxical ConundrumRead more »
Essential medicines are those that satisfy the health care needs of the majority of the population; they should therefore be available at all times in adequate amounts and in the appropriate dosage forms and at a price that individuals and the community can afford. Essential medicines save lives and improve health only if they are … Continue reading Compulsory Licensing in ThailandRead more »
Compulsory license is common throughout the world but is virtually absent in the United States. Compulsory licensing enables the government granting the patent to force the patentee to license the invention if the government does not approve of the patent’s use. Consequently, another individual or company is allowed to make and sell the invention. The … Continue reading Compulsory Licensing in the United StatesRead more »
South Africa welcomes the opportunity to make submissions on the topic of exceptions and limitations. South Africa recognizes the role that Intellectual Property (IP) and Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) play in the global context of advancing innovation, the dissemination of knowledge, the creation of thriving industries and its contribution to the global economy. It is … Continue reading Compulsory Licensing in South AfricaRead more »