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BananaIP Counsels > Articles posted by BIP Patent Attorneys (Page 10)

Patent Cooperation Treaty – Presentation by Ms. Vinita Radhakrishnan at UPES School of Law

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This presentation titled "Patent Cooperation Treaty" is part of the 'Patent Law and Practice Program' being taught by BananaIP Team at UPES School of Law to B.tech-LLB Students. This presentation covers the following topics: - PCT History - Right to Priority - Priority Date - Exercise - National treatment - PCT - PCT highlights - PCT applicant - Agent - Where to file - Exercise - PCT Phases - Timelines - International phase - Receiving office (RO) – filing - Elements of an application - Request - International Searching Authority (ISA) - Novelty Analysis - International Bureau (IB) – Publication - International Preliminary Examination Authority (IPEA) - National Phase - Exercise You may view the full presentation here below: [slideshare id=81757961&doc=patentcooperationtreaty-171108140528] About Ms. Vinita Radhakrishnan Ms. Vinita...

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Indian Patent Process and Procedure – Presentation by Ms. Vinita Radhakrishnan at UPES School of Law

This presentation titled is part of the 'Patent Law and Practice Program' being taught by BananaIP Team at UPES School of Law to B.tech-LLB Students. This presentation covers the General Patent Process and Procedure along with the Patent Process and Procedure in India. The following topics have been covered in the presentation below: - Law, Regulations and Guidelines - Indian Patent Process - Applicant - Exercise - Filing Mode - Fee Details In Filing - Filing Offices - Exercise - Type Of Filing - Contents of Specification - Documents - Formality Examination - Publication - Fee Details In Early Publication - Exercise - Request For Examination - Fee Details for RFE - Examination Process - Exercise - Pre Grant Opposition - Grant -...

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Revocation of Patents in India – Lecture by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at UPES School of Law

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Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala recently delivered a lecture to the B.Tech - LLB students of UPES School of Law as part of the 'Patent Law and Practice Program' being taught by BananaIP Team at the School. This lecture was aimed at helping the students understand the process of patent revocation in India and compare the grounds of revocation with those listed under pre-grant and post-grant oppositions. This table below is a summary of the grounds available under Pre-grant opposition, Post-grant opposition and Revocation. Sl. No. Grounds Pre grant Representation Post Grant Opposition Revocation Relevant Sections 1 Prior Claiming Yes Yes Yes 25(1)(c), 25(2)(c), 64(1)(a) 2 Not entitled to apply No No Yes 64(1)(b) 3 Wrongful obtainment (Petitioner) Yes Yes Yes 25(1)(a), 25(2)(b), 64(1)(c) 4 Not an Invention Yes Yes  Yes 25(1)(f), 25(2)(f), 64(1)(d) 5 Not Novel a.     Prior Patents b.    ...

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Post Grant Opposition of Patents in India – Lecture by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at UPES School of Law

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Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala recently delivered a lecture to the B.Tech - LLB students of UPES School of Law as part of the 'Patent Law and Practice Program' being taught by BananaIP Team at the School. The flow chart below represents the process of post-grant opposition in India. Section 25(2) of the Indian patent (Amendment) Act 2005 provides a provision for filing a post grant opposition against a patent.Under this provision any interested person, may file an opposition against a granted application within one year from the date of publication of grant of the patent. Post-grant opposition can be made on any of the grounds listed under section 25(2)...

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Pre Grant Opposition of Patents in India – Lecture by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at UPES School of Law

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Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala recently delivered a lecture to the B.Tech - LLB students of UPES School of Law as part of the 'Patent Law and Practice Program' being taught by BananaIP Team at the School. The flow chart below represents the process of pre-grant representation/opposition in India.     Section 25(1) of the Indian patent (Amendment) Act 2005 provides a provision for filing a pre-grant opposition against a patent application. Under this provision any person, any third party or the Government may challenge the application of grant of patent and inform to the controller of Patents of the opposition, in writing against the grant of a patent after the application for...

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Computer Related Inventions in India – Presentation by Nitin Nair at UPES School of Law

This presentation is part of the 'Patent Law and Practice Program' being taught by BananaIP Team at UPES School of Law to B.tech-LLB Students. This presentation is titled "Computer Related Inventions in India" and covers the following topics: - Patent Process - Patentability - Subject matter - Exclusions - Section 3(k) - Example claims - Example Ideas - How to patent - Other Available forms of protection You may access the full presentation here: [slideshare id=81656859&doc=computerrelatedinventionsinindia-171106120921] About Nitin Nair Mr. Nitin is a senior partner at BananaIP Counsels. He heads the Electronics/Electrical/Software Patent Practice at the Firm. Nitin teaches Patent Law and Practice at National Law School of India University, Bangalore. He also delivers...

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Mock Infringement and Invalidity Proceedings by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at UPES School of Law

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This Infringement and Invalidity proceeding is part of the Patent Law and Practice Program being taught by the BananaIP Team to the B.tech-LLB Students of  UPES School of Law, Dehradun. Readers may use the content herein with appropriate attribution to the author. The students were divided into two groups, one group arguing in favor of ToyJoy and the other arguing in favor of Happy Chocs. While the representatives for ToyJoy were asked to  initiate the suit for infringement against Happy Chocs, the representatives for Happy Chocs were asked to defend their client and initiate an invalidity proceeding against ToyJoy's patent. The problem reads as follows: ToyJoy...

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Patent Infringement Analysis – Simulation Exercise by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at UPES School of Law

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This Infringement Analysis Exercise is part of the Patent Law and Practice Program being taught by the BananaIP Team to the B.tech-LLB Students of  UPES School of Law, Dehradun. Readers may use the content herein with appropriate attribution to the author. Patent Claim A screen apparatus for a frame, said apparatus comprising: an elongated element, said elongated element adapted to be secured to at least one of a top portion of the frame and a support structure in a vicinity of the frame; at least one moveable element, said moveable element configured to be moveable secured to said elongated element; and at least one sheet...

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Patent Infringement Analysis – Presentation by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at UPES School of Law

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This presentation is part of the 'Patent Law and Practice Program' being taught by BananaIP Team at UPES School of Law to B.tech-LLB Students. This presentation is titled "Infringement Analysis" and covers the following topics: Patent Rights Infringement and types Direct Infringement Claim Construction Claim Elements Interactive Examples Doctrine of Equivalence Lalabhai v. Chimanlal case Indirect Infringement Defenses against infringement Examples About 'The Dravidian' - Dr. Kalyan's latest legal IP thriller You may access the full presentation here: [slideshare id=81497132&doc=patentinfringementanalysis-171102083604] About Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala manages the largest new age Intellectual Property Firm, BananaIP Counsels, headquartered at Bangalore, India. In addition...

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Patentability and Section 3(d), History of Patent Law in India, Patentability of Imatinib Masylate in Beta Crystalline Form – Novartis Case Abridged by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala

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This abridged version of the Novartis case was used by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala to explain to the students of UPES, the patentability requirements under the Patent Law and the significance of Section 3(d) under the Patents Act. This abridged document was provided to the B.tech - LLB students at UPES School of Law as part of the Patent Law and Practice Program being taught by the BananaIP Team. The Novartis case has been abridged to suit the discussion in the class, and to make it readable for purposes of topics covered. Students are encouraged to read the full decision to learn the history...

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