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Battle of the Brands: Gilead Sciences Inc. vs. Merck & Co. Inc

The legal dispute between the two pharmaceutical majors Gilead Sciences Inc. and Merck & Co. Inc. involving Hepatitis C drugs clearly indicates the high stakes involved when it comes to intellectual property. It all began in 2013, back in the day when Gilead Sciences Inc, filed for a New Drug application (NDA) with the FDA … Continue reading Battle of the Brands: Gilead Sciences Inc. vs. Merck & Co. Inc

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Generic v. Branded patent battles in India foray into life management diseases too

Patent wars in India between the foreign innovator companies and the Indian generics now seem to be spreading over the life-management diseases segment. Till now the patent infringement cases have revolved and are still revolving over drugs for life-threatening diseases such as HIV, cancer where the public interest has played an important factor in the … Continue reading Generic v. Branded patent battles in India foray into life management diseases too

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Inventors – All Technologies Are not Worth Billions

Working in the IP/Technology Commercialization and Out-Licensing domain makes you assess and evaluate the commercial viability of numerous IP backed inventions across technology domains.  Apart from learning about and assessing new technologies, we also tend to learn quite a lot about Inventors’ mindset, specifically about their perspective of their own inventions. This article relates to … Continue reading Inventors – All Technologies Are not Worth Billions

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