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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.
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INTRODUCTION The royalty agreement of patent means that a person having the patented products is ready to delegate his exclusive rights to some extent in the form of license to a person who shall be known as a licensee who would further use, manufacture, or whatsoever under the provided patent and would pay royalty amount … Continue reading Patent Royalty AgreementRead more »
Acronyms are defined as the abbreviations of longer words formed by the initial letters or groups of letters of words in a set phrase. While the trademark is defined as “A mark capable of being represented graphically and which is capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one person from those of others.” From … Continue reading Protection Of Acronyms Under Trademark LawRead more »
Trademark licensing is a process through which a registered trademark owner (licensor or proprietor), allows another party, called a licensee, to make or distribute or do both for specific products or services under the licensor’s trademark agreement. The licensor receives money or royalties, a percentage of all sales, in the form of consideration in exchange for sharing … Continue reading Licensing Of TrademarkRead more »
A patent is a privilege given to the creator of an invention to prohibit the invention from being made, used, imported or sold by others without permission. A patent may be secured for a product or method that offers a new technological solution to a problem or a new way of doing things, for a … Continue reading Patents in SingaporeRead more »
A gene can be referred to as a unit of hereditary information occupying a fixed position on a chromosome. Scientists consider genes as a person’s book of life containing insights and information about her character. Many even consider that one’s genetic code can contain vital information about that person’s future. Such considerations and conceptualisations are … Continue reading Patent Laws On Genes & Gene SequencingRead more »
Patents provide exclusive rights to the patent proprietors over their novel creations. There is an implied expectation that the owners of the patents will work the patented inventions pragmatically on a commercial scale without any undue delay. However, in certain cases, these rights are exploited for anti-competitive practices. In order to prevent such abuse, the … Continue reading Commentary On Compulsory Licensing Under The Patents Act, 1970Read more »
This invention is portable, foldable, socket-mounted lighting device that provides illumination of light through reflection. The device is capable of being coupled to a conventional electrical wall socket for physical support thereon. The device can have coloured plastic body or reflective aluminium body. While plastic body device can be used for coloured diffused lighting, the … Continue reading Portable, Foldable Socket-Mounted Lighting DeviceRead more »
The function of packaging materials and technique has seen its envelope grow widely in the past few years due to the complex new systems and challenges such as increased consumer demand, long distance logistics, rapid delivery models and strict cost control measures. Nowadays, the cargo has to be protected not only from mechanical shocks, but … Continue reading A Shear-Thickening Fluid Based Packaging Protection SystemRead more »
Molecular Rebar has developed a breakthrough technology to produce functionalized and dispersed multi-walled carbon nanotubes with applications in wide variety of rapidly growing global markets, including in coatings and rubber additives. The carbon nanotube based rubber additive technology is a breakthrough technology that converts bundled carbon nanotubes into discrete, multi-walled CNTs functionalized for multiple uses. … Continue reading Carbon Nanotube Based Technology for Rubber AdditivesRead more »
Molecular Rebar has developed a breakthrough technology to produce functionalized and dispersed multi-walled carbon nanotubes with applications in wide variety of rapidly growing global markets, including in coatings and rubber additives. In paints/ coatings, the product is extremely flexible and can be applied in any form for various formulations. It can be used in Xylene … Continue reading Carbon Nanotube Based Technology for Coating PaintsRead more »
The invention is a unique onboard hydrogen and oxygen generating technology that uses IC Engine waste heat to produce hydrogen and oxygen by using high temperature electrolysis process in distilled water. Using hydrogen IC engine’s 70% waste heat energy is used to convert distilled water into steam which is then supplied into the hydrogen DSHFG … Continue reading Hydrogen Fuel Powered Higher Efficiency Internal Combustion EngineRead more »
This is a disruptive bio mechanical device platform that increases both deep vein circulation and micro vascular circulatory perfusion by delivering cyclic pressure to veins in the foot, essentially significantly enhancing blood circulation in the legs and feet. The technology has significant clinical applications including diabetic neuropathy, edema and ulcers; peripheral artery disease; chronic venous … Continue reading Medical Device for Enhanced Blood Circulatory PerfusionRead more »