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Case Note: Farbewerke Hoechst Aktiengesellschaft Vormals Meister Lucius & Bruning Corporation Vs. Unichem Laboratories, – Indian Patent Revocation Case 2

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The case related to a patent in respect of the manufacture of new sulphonyl-ureas, salts of those compounds and of anti-diabetic preparation containing such compounds. The patent holder filed an infringement suit against the Respondents claiming that the manufacture, preparation and sale of Uni-Tolbid tablets by Respondents infringes its patent. In response, the Respondents argued that the patent was liable to be revoked due to insufficiency of disclosure and lack of novelty, inventive step and utility. The Court first reviewed the disclosure made by the patent holder and concluded that the specification had sufficient disclosure. It stated that a conventional manner...

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Intellectual Property: Seminar – IP for start-ups

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Why protect Intellectual Property (IP)? Issues in IP, Protection, management and risks of IP, Agreement and negotiations with respect to IP; these were the topics discussed by the speakers at the seminar organized by Brain League IP services on 27th, Friday, held at Le Meridian, Bangalore, aimed mainly at start-up companies and entrepreneurs. To know more about BananaIP (Earlier known as Brain League) visit www.bananaip.com Mr. Anil S, delivering his presentation The seminar was addressed by highly qualified experts having immense experience in different aspects relating to IP. The first session of speech was delivered by Mr. Anil S., professor at IIM, Bangalore,...

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Intellectual Property Courses: IP Courses in India – PG Diploma Course offered by National Law School of India University

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Rating Overall: 3/5 Basic concepts: 4/5 Advanced Aspects: 3/5 Skills: 2/5 Recommendation: Best course for beginners Industry feedback: Good Placements: Not offered Overview National Law School of India University, Bangalore, which has been consistently ranked as the best law school in India offers a PG Diploma program in IP. Any person having a Bachelor's degree in any stream is eligible to enroll for this program. Contents of the program The Course contains four papers: Paper I-Basic Principles and Acquisition ofIntellectual Property Rights Paper II - Ownership and Enforcement ofIntellectual Property Rights Paper III - Information Technology Related Intellectual Property Rights Paper IV-Biotechnology and Intellectual Property Rights. Students enrolled in the course will be given reading materials...

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