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BananaIP Counsels > Articles posted by BananaIP Reporter (Page 22)

Draft Patent Rules 2019, India joins key WIPO treaties, Royal Enfield v. Flash Electronics and more

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  “Patent News Bulletin: Indian Patent Statistics, First Examination Report (FER) Statistics, Industrial Design Statistics, Draft Patent Rules, 2019, India joins three key WIPO International Classification Treaties, Nice Agreement, Vienna Agreement, Locarno Agreement, DC – MSME issues guidelines on IPR for MSME’s, Haryana State Electronics Development Corporation forms think-tank called Begin, PCT roving seminars 2019, Delhi High Court stops ZTT India from infringing Sterlite’s Patent, NATCO Pharma settles patent dispute with Onyx Therapeutics in US, Royal Enfield denies Flash Electronics’ allegations and other news updates,” presented by the Patent attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s leading Patent Firm. Quote of the...

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Indian Patent Statistics, Interesting Inventions, WIPO – India Summer School, NATCO Pharma patent settlement and more

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  “Indian Patent Statistics, Interesting Inventions, Industrial Designs Statistics, BananaIP completes 15 years, WIPO – India Summer School on IP to begin in June, NATCO Pharma settles infringement dispute with Onyx Therapeutics, South Korea to host this year’s IP5 roundtable and more patent news” presented by the Patent attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s leading Patent Firm. Quote of the Week  “Patent knowledge cannot promote scientific progress unless it is accessible.” - Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala, BananaIP Counsels Indian Patent Statistics A total of 789 patent applications have been published in the 22nd issue of the Patent Journal, 2019. Out of the 789 applications...

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National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence (AI), Flash Electronics India sues Royal Enfield, Hague Agreement and more

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“Niti Aayog proposes ‘National Strategy for AI’, Flash Electronics, India files infringement suit against Royal Enfield, China in talks to join The Hague Agreement, Republic of Estonia celebrates 100th Anniversary of the Estonian Patent Office, Joint study by EPO and EUIPO explains why SME’s who implement IP show better growth and more patent news” presented by the Patent attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s leading Patent Firm. Quote of the Week  “Obtaining and maintaining a patent is a lot like playing chess, strategy is often the key” – Gaurav Mishra, BananaIP Counsels Indian Patent Statistics A total of 923 patent applications have been published...

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What is the Value of Your IP?

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Original Date of Publication: September 6th, 2010 Unlike five years ago, many Indian companies in today believe that Intellectual Property (IP) adds value to their business interests. They have been aggressively protecting their IP and are asking what their IP is worth. They are not content with the answer of attorneys that revolves around exclusivity, competitive advantage, market share, price margins and so on. Companies would like to know if their IP really has value in terms of money. Determining the value of IP in terms of money is called IP Valuation. Valuation of IP is very tricky due to the uncertainities...

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Voting Machine Patent, Delhi High Court restrains Natco, Samsung and Huawei settle patent dispute and more

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  “Indian elections and Patents on voting machines, Delhi High Court restrains Natco from manufacturing cancer drug, Samsung and Huawei end eight - year long patent dispute, Novartis thwarts attempt to invalidate its cancer drug in US and more patent news” presented by the Patent attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s leading Patent Firm. Quote of the Week  “Ideas in your mind have no patent value. They must be expressed or reduced to practice before it is too late” – Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala, Author, Professor and Leading IP Attorney Indian Patent Statistics A total of 1034 patent applications have been published in the 20th issue of...

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DNA of a Patent Search

  Original Date of Publication: 17th May, 2010 A patent search, in simple words, is an exercise of mining granted patents and published patent applications (patent documents) that are related to a subject matter of our interest. A patent search helps in making decisions under various scenarios. It helps determine, patentability of a subject matter, freedom to operate and validity of a patent, among others. More often than not, a patent search is conducted to determine patentability of a subject matter for which we wish to file for a patent. Even though a patent search may never be exhaustive to an extent that...

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GI for Tirupathi Laddu: Whose Interests are Protected?

  Original Date of Publication: March 16th, 2010 The Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanams (TTD) trustees of world’ richest temple on Tirumala Hills secured Geographical Indication (GI) Registration for sacred Laddu Prasadam, from Indian Patent Office, Chennai, recently, raising many eyebrows. It is criticized as its latest manifestation of brazen commercialization of divine abode. Ironically, sacred Tirupathi Laddu now joins the company of goods like Darjeeling Tea, Goa Feni, and Champagne wine etc. What hurts devotees is the way Prasadam is reduced to a commercial product. What is GI? The Geographical Indication of Goods (Registration & Protection) Act, 1999 has been made to secure the...

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Do’s and Don’ts for an Employment Agreement

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  Original Date of Publication: November 26th, 2009 Do’s 1. Define the ownership of Intellectual Property created during the term of employment clearly. 2.Clearly state the extent to which IP will be transferred to the employer. 3. Ensure that Employee is obliged to execute all necessary documents and assists the Employer in transferring any Intellectual Property created by him during his employment to the Employer. Also incorporate provisions requiring employee's co-operation with respect to prosecution and litigation. 4. Ensure that Employee is obliged to refrain from using third party Intellectual Property without the permission of the Employer. Incorporate necessary safeguards in case of such a use...

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Do’s and Don’ts for a Non Disclosure Agreement

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  Original Date of Publication: November 26th, 2009 Please note that the Do's and Don'ts provided hereunder are broad and non-exhaustive guidelines. Kindly consult a lawyer for specific advise. Do’s 1. Define the meaning of the term Confidential Information to cover all kinds of information that may be disclosed. Exclusions to confidential information may be included within the definition. 2. The purpose for which confidential information is provided must be lucidly stated in the agreement. 3. The parties permitted to access the confidential information must be clearly provided. 4. Ensure that the person receiving the confidential information is under obligation to sign stringent instruments of confidentiality...

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