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Intellectual Property: Radio SiNApSE Updates

IP News & Updates 8th Feb 2011 1.  Delhi High court rejects TATA's plea for injunction. 2.  IOC wins battle over domain name indianoil.org. 3.  A new IPC class for Nanotechnology. 4.  Novartis Sues AstraZeneca, Biogen Idec, Alexion    Pharmaceuticals on Patent.     - News Reader : Mrs.Vintee Mishra   To catch the IP Wave please visit www.radiosinapse.com To know more about BananaIP (Earlier known as Brain League) visit www.bananaip.com...

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Intellectual Property: SiNApSE IP Review – 27th Jan –6th Feb (2011)

Following is a recap of all the posts on SiNApSE blog for the 1st week of February 2011 IP Recap: Be wise in choosing your IP Service providerIntellectual Property Services is not a business of a few anymore. With the  development of the IT and other R&D based business, there are any number of IP Service providers mushrooming around the IT and BP hubs. Therefore, there is a huge number to choose from and a person in need of such services is obviously sceptical about making the choice. ……to read more click here.Patents RecapNovartis Sues AstraZeneca, Biogen Idec, Alexion Pharmaceuticals...

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Intellectual Property: SiNApSE IP Review – January 24th -26th (2011)

Following is a recap of all the posts on SiNApSE blog for the 4th week of January 2011 IP Recap: WIPO summer school on Intellectual Property.The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is offering a two week programme (summer school) on Intellectual Property.  The summer school will be held from 4th July to 15th July 2011 at the WIPO headquarters in Geneva.….To read more please click here ACTA inconsistent with EU lawsEuropean academicians say that the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is not fully in consonance with the laws of European Union (EU). A group of intellectual property law experts from universities...

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Patent: ACTA inconsistent with EU laws

European academicians say that the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is not fully in consonance with the laws of European Union (EU). A group of intellectual property law experts from universities in Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, France and Spain have come up with a declaration on ACTA which is expected to be accepted by the college of commissioners by early February as reports suggest. The experts after discussing various aspects of the Agreement have concluded that ACTA is not fully consistent with European Union law and goes beyond international law in some of its aspects (especially criminal enforcement). Moreover...

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Intellectual Property: SiNApSE IP Review – January 17-23 (2011)

Following is a recap of all the posts for the 3rd week of January 2011 Patent Recap: Abbott’s HIV drug patent “not an invention”In a recent case, reported here by Sandeep, the patent office denied patent grant to Abbott’s HIV drug application (application No:339/MUMNP/2006, WO2005/039551), stating that the subject matter did not constitute an invention. Abbott’s application was rejected as a result of the pre grant oppositions filed by Initiative for Medicines, Access & Knowledge’ (I-MAK), Cipla (Mumbai), Matrix Laboratories (Secunderabad) and Okasa Pharmaceuticals (Mumbai). …….to read   more please click hereA 31% jump in patents granted by USPTO in 2010...

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