Category: Patents

Patentability of Food Recipes and the Section 3(e) Challenge

Introduction Recently, the office of Controller General of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks granted a patent to a ragi walnut soup mix prepared by the 52-year old woman, Shubhangi Patil. In terms of preparation, it is similar to other ready-to-eat soup mixes available in the market but what makes it different from the rest is … Continue reading Patentability of Food Recipes and the Section 3(e) Challenge

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Patents and Public Health

Introduction Patents and public health is the most relevant topic of discussion when the whole world is fighting against the global pandemic, Covid-19. It is no doubt that granting patent protection to a drug is important and serves many purposes, but can we put the lives of millions of people at stake in this time … Continue reading Patents and Public Health

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Trident Limited Granted Patent For “Fabric and Method of Manufacturing Fabric” by European Patent Office

The flagship company of the Trident Group headquartered in Punjab, Trident Limited, which mainly deals with the manufacture of textiles and paper has been granted a patent for “Fabric and Method of Manufacturing Fabric” by the European Patent Office (EPO). The grant of the patent was published in the European Patent Bulletin on 13.01.2021. In … Continue reading Trident Limited Granted Patent For “Fabric and Method of Manufacturing Fabric” by European Patent Office

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Innovation in France amidst COVID-19: A Step toward a Greener Future

It started in 2015 when representatives of 196 state parties at the 21st Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC in Le Bourget, near Paris, France agreed to fight climate change by keeping the increase in global average temperature to well below 2 °C and signed Paris Agreement. Though some countries took it lightly and … Continue reading Innovation in France amidst COVID-19: A Step toward a Greener Future

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Patent Laws On Genes & Gene Sequencing

A gene can be referred to as a unit of hereditary information occupying a fixed position on a chromosome[1]. 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 Sequencing

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Patent Box Regime in the UK

The Patent Box is a special corporate tax regime in which the patent revenues are taxed differently from other commercial revenues. This was first introduced in Ireland in the early 1970s wherein there was an absolute relief of tax from licenses that were patented in Ireland. The United Kingdom introduced a Patent Box scheme in … Continue reading Patent Box Regime in the UK

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Filing Yearly Statement Of Working Of Patents In Form 27

Congratulations if you have secured a patent in India – truly well-deserved going through all that you’ve gone through.It could now be of relevance for you to know about a compliance requirement pertaining to your patent(s). A statement of working of the patented invention in India is required to be furnished to the Indian Patent … Continue reading Filing Yearly Statement Of Working Of Patents In Form 27

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Korea’s Biggest Credit Card Firm Wins Patent For Blockchain Credit System

INTRODUCTION The word “Blockchain” is one of the most trending buzzwords of this decade. Everyone is talking about it. So, this term is worth the discussion in order to explore how it works and its potential application in this fast changing environment. 1. About Blockchain Technology a. What is blockchain? The concept of blockchain can … Continue reading Korea’s Biggest Credit Card Firm Wins Patent For Blockchain Credit System

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Patent Term Extension In Different Countries

ABSTRACT A patent is a legal document granted by the government giving an inventor the exclusive rights to make, use and sell the invention for a specified number of years with usual term of 20 years. This term can be extended by following both constitutional and conventional laws that are either implied or expressly provides … Continue reading Patent Term Extension In Different Countries

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Dominance Of Huawei In 5G Technologies And It’s Implications On Global Stage

INTRODUCTION: In the latest development related to Huawei, It has been found that the company is the holder of the largest 5G Patent portfolio. 5G is the next big thing in the telecom sector and currently, it is in the development process across the globe before it emerges into the relevant market. US and China, … Continue reading Dominance Of Huawei In 5G Technologies And It’s Implications On Global Stage

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