Tag: TRIPS

Counterfeiting Medicines in India: why is there a need for IPR?

Counterfeit Medicines India and piracy is a massive global problem that affects practically every industry sector on the planet. India is no different, with widespread counterfeiting, piracy, and smuggling having serious economic, health, and safety ramifications in the country. Small businesses buy counterfeit technology or equipment, either deliberately or inadvertently, and incur unplanned costs in … Continue reading Counterfeiting Medicines in India: why is there a need for IPR?

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Patent Policy In Medical Terms | Understanding The Relationship Between Medical Procedures and Patent Policy

Understanding The Relationship Between Medical Procedures and Patent Policy In Medical Terms. For many years, medical processes and their patentability have been a source of debate. In practise, the patentability of medical processes has become increasingly important in the previous 40 years. According to legal experts in the United States, about 15 medical processes are patented … Continue reading Patent Policy In Medical Terms | Understanding The Relationship Between Medical Procedures and Patent Policy

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How to Sound Trade marks Register Explain With Examples

Introduction How to Sound Trade marks Register : In India, sound can be copyrighted as a succession of musical notes with or without words. Sound trademarks are widely popular in the United States, and knowledge of them is rapidly growing in India. In India, sound that is graphically represented by a succession of musical notes … Continue reading How to Sound Trade marks Register Explain With Examples

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Patent License Agreement

A patent license agreement is an arranged understanding between a patent holder and a licensee. When the parties have arranged the particulars of an understanding, the parties enter into an agreement where the patent holder (licensor) consents to permit the licensee to utilize, make, sell, or import the protected development to the US in return … Continue reading Patent License Agreement

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Patents in Singapore

A patent is a privilege given to the creator of an invention to prohibit the invention from being made, used, imported or sold by others without permission. A patent may be secured for a product or method that offers a new technological solution to a problem or a new way of doing things, for a … Continue reading Patents in Singapore

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The Pandemic and the Vaccine- Licensing Rights in Patent

The first case of novel coronavirus or COVID-19 is estimated to have first occurred at the seafood market of Wuhan, China in December 2019. Little did everyone know that the virus which was first mistaken as the common flu was soon going to change the way of living the entire world.

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The Development Of Human Rights Issues (Access To Medicines) In The Light Of Intellectual Property Rights

There is a constant conundrum between Intellectual Property and Human Rights in today’s day and age. There has been an emergence of International Human Rights obligations post World War II. A plethora of International Organizations like the WHO (public health), Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948 (UDHR), International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights 1966 … Continue reading The Development Of Human Rights Issues (Access To Medicines) In The Light Of Intellectual Property Rights

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Compulsory Licensing– A Double Edged Sword

Licensing of a protected innovation or property implies permission or authority granted by the inventor or the protection holder to a third party to make use of their invention on pre-established terms. There can be a number of reasons for which a patent holder will opt to license their invention, for instance, in case the … Continue reading Compulsory Licensing– A Double Edged Sword

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Modification in the Patent Practices

In India, the Patents Act, 1970, and the Patents Rules, 2003, have undergone number of changes in last decade or so. The initial changes in the Act and corresponding Rules were mostly with a vision to make the Indian Patent Laws in conformity to the TRIPS guidelines with the allowed extent of exemptions. Later on, … Continue reading Modification in the Patent Practices

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The Budding Patent Law in Myanmar

Myanmar, also known as Burma, a least developed country in mainland South-East Asia, is still in its embryonic phase of Intellectual Property Laws. The country is not presently a signatory to the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property or any other treaty protecting patents. The Burma Patents and Designs (Emergency Provisions) Act 1946 … Continue reading The Budding Patent Law in Myanmar

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