Month: August 2016

Does Focusing on Single Embodiment Limits the Patent Specification?

This issue was handled by the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in the SCRIPTPRO LLC, SCRIPTPRO USA, INC., Plaintiffs-Appellants v. INNOVATION ASSOCIATES, INC., Defendant-Appellee decided on August 15, 2016. This was an appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Kansas in No. 2:06-cv-02468-CM, Judge Carlos Murguia. United … Continue reading Does Focusing on Single Embodiment Limits the Patent Specification?

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Only Common Sense Not Sufficient to Prove Obviousness Over Prior Art

Can the grant of patent be rejected on the obviousness criteria based only on common sense? This issue has been handled by United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in the case of ARENDI S.A.R.L., Appellant v. APPLE INC., GOOGLE INC., MOTOROLA MOBILITY LLC, Appellees, decided on August 10, 2016. On December 2, … Continue reading Only Common Sense Not Sufficient to Prove Obviousness Over Prior Art

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U.S. District Court Confirms Validity of Patent For UCB Pharma’s Vimpat®

UCB Pharma, a Belgian pharmaceutical company, announced on 14th August 2016 that the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware confirmed the validity of its U.S. reissued patent RE38551 related to anti-epileptic drug Vimpat® (lacosamide). The patent challenge was brought by generic drug makers who had questioned the validity of the UCB’s patent which … Continue reading U.S. District Court Confirms Validity of Patent For UCB Pharma’s Vimpat®

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Movie Titles and their Protection in India

Ms. Shreya Shrivastava, an intern at Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys looks into the aspect of protection of Movie titles in India along with the parameters to avail the same. “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Turns out this quote by … Continue reading Movie Titles and their Protection in India

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India’s First IP Crime Unit Launched in Telangana State

Piracy is one of the major evil Indian IP industry is facing for decades and the same is growing day by day rooting into the system causing irreparable loss to the economic reputation of the country. As per the report by Ernst & Young, Indian films industry has sustained loss of around USD 959 (Rs. … Continue reading India’s First IP Crime Unit Launched in Telangana State

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CO2 Solutions Wins Patent Challenge Against Akermin in Denmark

CO2 Solutions Inc, a leader in the field of enzyme-enabled carbon capture technology, has successfully defended its broad intellectual property (IP) rights to its enzyme-enabled carbon capture technology in a case brought against it by U.S.-based Akermin Inc. in Denmark. Based in Quebec City, CO2 Solutions Inc. is an innovator in the field of enzyme-enabled … Continue reading CO2 Solutions Wins Patent Challenge Against Akermin in Denmark

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Jurisdiction for Trademark and Copyright Suits after Bombay High Court’s Decision

It’s really not settling down when it comes to jurisdiction of infringement of trademarks and copyrights. In INDIAN PERFORMING RIGHTS SOCIETY LTD. Versus. SANJAY DALIA AND ORS: (2015) 10 SCC 161 decided on July 01, 2015, Hon’ble Supreme Court (SC) dealt with the extent to which section 62 of the Copyright Act,1957 and section 134 … Continue reading Jurisdiction for Trademark and Copyright Suits after Bombay High Court’s Decision

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