Tag: infringement

Edge Computing: Past And Future

In the past decade, massive growth and increasing computing power of IoT devices has resulted in unprecedented volumes of data. Trends show that there will be a continuous growth of data volumes as 5G networks has increased its number of connected devices. Further there will be the need of efficient management of data. Edge computing … Continue reading Edge Computing: Past And Future

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Covid-19: Patent, Economy, Prophylaxis and Treatment

Everyone around the globe is suffering from the Covid-19 pandemic and several industries are trying to overcome the economic turmoil.There is a steep decline in product sales & product manufacturing segments, Covid-19 and worldwide lockdowns has severely affected R&D activities as well.However, few industries like the mask, infrared based thermometer, PPE Kits, online meeting tools, … Continue reading Covid-19: Patent, Economy, Prophylaxis and Treatment

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Recent Developments In Rubber Based Adhesive

Rubber based adhesives are adhesives made using rubber (both natural and synthetic, high molecular weight rubbers and elastomers) as their base material. Rubber based adhesives are generally used as a solvent-based solutions, latex, cements and pressure-sensitive tapes. Rubber based adhesive market was estimated to be USD 56.59 billion in 2018, and is now projected to … Continue reading Recent Developments In Rubber Based Adhesive

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Compendium on Landmark Cases- Trademark

The Indian Trade Mark Jurisprudence has continued its rapid development, chalking out many important milestones. With an increase in the number of litigations, the India judiciary as made immense contribution to the trade mark ecosystem by way of many notable judgements and diversity of trade mark cases. This Compendium is an attempt to highlight the … Continue reading Compendium on Landmark Cases- Trademark

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Patent Trolling

Introduction A patent is an exclusive right that is granted to an inventor for a specified number of years to make, use, and sell an invention. Once the right s provided, no other person can use the invention without proper license from the patentee. This right is provided to protect such inventors legally from any … Continue reading Patent Trolling

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A Take on Producer’s Right in ‘Dubbing’ and ‘Remaking’ of a Movie

Can a producer of a film remake or dub it without the permission of the author of the script? The answer to this question is given by a division bench of Madras High Court in a recent case of Mr. Thiagarajan Kumararaja vs. M/s Capital Film Works (India) Pvt. Ltd. and another. In this case … Continue reading A Take on Producer’s Right in ‘Dubbing’ and ‘Remaking’ of a Movie

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Exide Industries Limited vs. Exide Corporation, U.S.A. & Ors.

The case Exide India v Exide US brings into effect the perplexing issue of Trade Mark law. The dispute dates back to 1997 when the US based Company ‘Exide Technologies’ entered the Indian market post Liberalisation, where Indian company ‘Exide Industries’ was already present over the decades in the local market selling automobile batteries under … Continue reading Exide Industries Limited vs. Exide Corporation, U.S.A. & Ors.

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Google AdWords Giving a Good Wallop to Trademark Law

Introduction In this era of globalization, we use Internet on a regular basis in our daily lives. People are continuously trying to gain more profits and for this they sometimes adopt illegal practices for promotion of their goods and services. These practices include unauthorized use of a registered name or mark owned by their competitor. … Continue reading Google AdWords Giving a Good Wallop to Trademark Law

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Teva held responsible for Induced Infringement of Eli Lilly’s Blockbuster drug ALITMA

In Teva Parenteral Medicines, Inc.; APP Pharmaceuticals LLC; Pliva Hrvatska D.O.O.; Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc.; and Barr Laboratories, Inc. (hereinafter referred to be as Defendants/Appellants/Teva) Vs. Eli Lilly & Co. (hereinafter referred to as Plaintiff/Appelle/Eli Lilly) decided by United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) on January 12, 2017, Plaintiff had filed … Continue reading Teva held responsible for Induced Infringement of Eli Lilly’s Blockbuster drug ALITMA

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News Snippet: Novartis sues Cipla for infringement of patents covering “Onbrez”

In a latest update, Novartis has sued Cipla for infringing its patents on “Onbrez” (Indacaterol) after Cipla lunched its generic version for Indacaterol in October claiming “urgent unmet need” for the drug in India. Earlier, as we have reported here, Cipla approached Govt. of India to exercise its statutory powers to revoke the five patents … Continue reading News Snippet: Novartis sues Cipla for infringement of patents covering “Onbrez”

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