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Impact Of Compulsory Licensing On Music Rights Under Copyright Law

India is a vast country with many different cultures. In India, people follow a variety of traditions, cultures, and religions. Music has long played a significant role in Indian culture. Music in India may be traced from the prehistoric era to the current era, which we commonly associate with film music. Music is an important … Continue reading Impact Of Compulsory Licensing On Music Rights Under Copyright Law

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Preliminary Injunction Denied: Manufacturer Must Have a Perpetual License to Continue, Court Held

Plaintiffs and counterclaim-defendants Mrs. Fields Famous Brands, LLC (“Famous Brands”) and Mrs. Fields Franchising, LLC (“Fields Franchising”) appealed from the district court’s order granting a preliminary injunction in favour of defendant and counterclaim-plaintiff MFGPC Inc. (“MFGPC”). Famous Brands is a limited liability company organized under the laws of the State of Delaware with its headquarters … Continue reading Preliminary Injunction Denied: Manufacturer Must Have a Perpetual License to Continue, Court Held

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Works In ‘Public Domain’ When Copyright Expires: An Overview

Introduction Literary, theatrical, musical, artistic, and architectural works, as well as films and sound recordings, are all protected under copyright law. In addition, Indian Copyright law defines ‘literary works’ to include books, computer programs, compilations, and tables as part of the definition. The law, on the other hand, does not use the availability of content … Continue reading Works In ‘Public Domain’ When Copyright Expires: An Overview

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Technology Acquisition Proposal: Patented Mobile Charging Stand/ Holder

IIPRD and Khurana & Khurana (K&K), apart from handling core Intellectual Property (including Patent), and allied Legal matters (profile enclosed), additionally focus heavily on technology licensing and commercialization mandates, and accordingly are currently working with Tushar Ghogare on potential acquisition/ collaboration (sale/ marketing/ production) of their patent and design protected ‘Mobile Charging Stand’ Technology. This technology … Continue reading Technology Acquisition Proposal: Patented Mobile Charging Stand/ Holder

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Advantages of Patent Valuation

Patents are the core asset generator for various industries. Industries and companies earn a lot through licensing and assigning patents. The license and assignment of patents are common practices in the market which makes the licensor earn millions of royalties. With the rapid technology development and increasing users around the world, the trends of licensing … Continue reading Advantages of Patent Valuation

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IP Audit: What is it all about?

Intellectual Property (IP) has been gaining prominence around the world. The major impact that IP is making in the market is unfathomable. Probably with the large trend of IP awareness the companies are becoming more and more diligent in strictly making safeguarding their IP to the fullest. Effective and timely registration of IPs is now … Continue reading IP Audit: What is it all about?

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Sisvel and Mitsubishi, and Xiaomi sign patent licensing deal to settle ongoing litigations

Recently, Sisvel and Mitsubishi jointly announced that the companies have entered into a patent license agreement covering the standard-essential patents (SEP) of Mitsubishi Electric and Sisvel in the field of mobile communication. This deal brings to an end the global dispute between the three companies, which has spanned the courts in China, Germany, Italy, the … Continue reading Sisvel and Mitsubishi, and Xiaomi sign patent licensing deal to settle ongoing litigations

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Premas Biotech and Oravax enter into licensing deal for commercialization of VLP injectable vaccine technology in India

Recently, Oravax Medical Inc., (“Oravax” has entered into a licensing agreement with Premas Biotech to make available for commercialization of Oravax’s virus-like particle (VLP) vaccine technology. Oravax is a joint venture between Oramed Pharmaceuticals Inc., a US-based company (the majority shareholder), and Gurugram, India-based life sciences company, Premas Biotech (“Premas”). While the terms of the … Continue reading Premas Biotech and Oravax enter into licensing deal for commercialization of VLP injectable vaccine technology in India

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Bajaj Healthcare Files Compulsory License with Indian Patent Office for Baricitinib

Recently, drug manufacturer, Bajaj Healthcare Limited issued a press release stating that they have filed a compulsory license application with the Indian Patent Office seeking permission to manufacture both active pharmaceutical ingredients (raw materials) and formulation of Baricitinib under the Indian Patents Act. Baricitinib is essentially a drug approved in the US and European Union, … Continue reading Bajaj Healthcare Files Compulsory License with Indian Patent Office for Baricitinib

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Merck Enters into Licensing Deal with Five Indian Companies for Supply of Oral Covid-19 Drug

Recently, Merck, also known as MSD, has entered into licensing agreements with five Indian generics drug manufacturers to manufacture and supply oral Covid-19 drug Molnupiravir. MSD India is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Merck Sharp & Dohme (MSD) and is known as Merck & Co., Inc, in the United States and Canada. Under the agreements, Merck … Continue reading Merck Enters into Licensing Deal with Five Indian Companies for Supply of Oral Covid-19 Drug

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