Copyright Law

When can govt get involved in cases of patents which can be beneficial for them

When can govt get involved in cases of patents which can be beneficial for them Written by: Palak Singh The Government had proposed certain amendments in the Patents Rules, 2003, and had published the same on December 4, 2018 for comments. The draft Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2018 had proposed amendments to bring some additional categories or grounds under which an applicant could avail the expedited examination facility, which was earlier restricted to only starts-ups and …

When can govt get involved in cases of patents which can be beneficial for them Read More »

Anticipation in case of patents (29-34)

Anticipation in case of patents (29-34) Written by: P Renuka Sai, Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University Under patent law, anticipation refers to the previous discovery or disclosure by another of the claimed invention, or the inventor’s declaration of the requested development by printing, selling, or promising to sell before the inventor seeks a patent. In other words, if someone else has used or used the invention before applying for a patent by the patent applicant, …

Anticipation in case of patents (29-34) Read More »

Glochem Industries Ltd. v/s Cadila Healthcare Ltd. & Others

Written by- Naman Mishra, Himachal Pradesh National Law University Glochem Industries Ltd. v/s Cadila Healthcare Ltd. & Others FACTS-Glochem Industries Ltd. [hereinafter alluded to as Glochem] documented a pre-award resistance against the award of the patent application recorded by Cadila Healthcare Ltd. [hereinafter alluded to as Cadila/the Applicant], named “translucent clopidogrel besylate and process for planning thereof”. Said restriction was discarded in January 2009 and all the grounds taken up by Glochem for example expectation …

Glochem Industries Ltd. v/s Cadila Healthcare Ltd. & Others Read More »

Patent of Addition.

Written by: Gokul Abimanyu. O.R Topic: Patent of Addition. Intellectual Property Rights are those statutory rights when given permits the creator or creators or owner or owners of the intellectual property to save the same from being exploited for a given period of time commercially. Laws governing IPR in India:             The following are the few laws governing Intellectual Property Rights in India, The Copyright Act 1957, Patent Act 1970, Geographical Indication of Goods (Registration …

Patent of Addition. Read More »

Rights of Patentees

Written by– Satendra Kumar Maurya Student of Dr. Ram Manohar  Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow INTRODUCTION: – A patent is an exclusive right granted for an invention of any technical instrument or vaccine or anything which is usable for human being that is not invent before it, which is a product or a process that provides, in general, a new way of doing something, or offers a new solution to a problem. To get a …

Rights of Patentees Read More »