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The featured image shows the word patent written in blue on a white background. The post is about the latest Patent updates. To know more, please click here.

  Hello Readers!! There has been a lot that has been brewing over the past few weeks with respect to Patents. We have decided to recapitulate the patent news which have recently hit the headlines in our segment, Weekly Trends. Let us take a quick look at what happened in the past weeks, with this weekly update.   Dyson is coming to India! Dyson Ltd. a well-established UK-based Technology company will be entering India with its wide range of patented products next year and has already applied for a business license. Dyson has decided to partner with leading retailers to sell its products and...

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Patent News

The featured image shows the word patent written in blue on a white background. The post is about the latest Patent updates. To know more, please click here.

Hello Readers!! There has been a lot that has been brewing over the past few weeks with respect to Patents. We have decided to recapitulate the patent news which have recently hit the headlines in our segment, Weekly Trends. Let us take a quick look at what happened in the past weeks, with this weekly update. Indian government wants the country to be an early adopter of the upcoming 5G technology The Indian government wants the country to be an early user of the 5G technology which is expected to be rolled out on a commercial basis in the year 2020. As...

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Indian Patent Office to conduct Seminars & Workshops to spread awareness regarding National IPR Policy; Amazon Technologies Inc.gets a patent for a system to manage to manage data centres and much more.

The featured image shows the word patent written in blue on a white background. The post is about the latest Patent updates. To know more, please click here.

Hello Readers!! There has been a lot that has been brewing over the past few weeks with respect to Patents. We have decided to recapitulate the patent news which have recently hit the headlines in our segment, Weekly Trends. Let us take a quick look at what happened in the past weeks, with this weekly update. Indian Patent Office to conduct Seminars & Workshops to spread awareness regarding National IPR Policy  The Indian Patent office has decided to chalk out a detailed annual plan to spread awareness about the IPR policy through seminars and workshops in schools and universities. O. P...

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Patent News

The featured image shows the word patent written in blue on a white background. The post is about the latest Patent updates. To know more, please click here.

  Hello Readers!! There has been a lot that has been brewing over the past few weeks with respect to Patents. We have decided to recapitulate the patent news which have recently hit the headlines in our segment, Weekly Trends. Let us take a quick look at what happened in the past weeks, with this weekly update.   Indian Patent office to hold meetings to make Patent examination process more user friendly The Indian Patent office has decided to hold meetings in Mumbai and Delhi with Patent Agents and other stake holders to discuss about making the process of examination of a patent more...

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Patents and Inventions – Presentation by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala for MSME

The featured image shows the first slide of the presentation titled 'Patents and Inventions'. The post is about a lecture delivered by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at NIE, Mysore. To know more, please click here.

Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala, Chief IP Attorney, Senior Partner, BananaIP Counsels has delivered a lecture in a One Day Awareness Programme on  "Intellectual Property Rights for MSME’s Researchers and Academicians" on 23.09.2016. This workshop was organized by Centre for Intellectual Property Rights and Advocacy (CIPRA), National Law School of India University, Bangalore and Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) in association with The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Mysore & NIE Institute of Technology (NIEIT), Mysore. Micro, Small and Medium Industries have been the hub of local inventions and this has led to the advancement of the national economy...

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USPTO Announces Post-Prosecution Pilot Program (P3)

The featured image shows the seal of the USPTO. ( United States Patent and Trademark Office). The post is about the Post -Prosecution Pilot program announced by the USPTO. To know more, please click here.

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)  has recently announced a new Post-Prosecution Pilot (P3) program to intensify prosecution during the time period after a final rejection and prior to the filing of a notice of appeal. This is a new alternative to the existing options that are available for responding to the final rejections. The P3 program was announced in a Federal Register Notice which was published on July 11, 2016.The main aim of this program is to reduce the number of appeals to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, as well as reduce the number of requests for continued examination....

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Amendments to a PCT Application under Article 19 and Article 34

Characters are pulling a rope written PATENT on top as this article is about Indian Patent Law Basics

In an event where an applicant wishes to make certain changes in only the claims of a direct PCT application, the applicant can invoke the procedure under Article 19. The applicant can only amend the claims under Article 19. The applicant cannot amend the description or the  drawings. There are certain conditions for filing an amendment under this Article. The application must be filed within 2 months from the issuance of the International Search Report and no new matter can be added.  No demand or fees is required to be filed under this Article for the amendments in the claims. It...

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Apple’s Latest Patent to Curb Copyright Infringement

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Apple has been granted a new patent for a technology that will block the phone’s camera feature. Apple had sought for a patent for this technology in 2011.The technology allows phone cameras to be disabled through infrared sensors. An infrared emitter can be located in areas where capturing of pictures and videos are prohibited. The technology for which the patent has been granted involves infrared single detection technique. An electronic device can receive the infrared signals, decode the data and temporarily disable the recording function. There was a growing frustration amongst performers who had been complaining about their performances being recorded...

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UNDP Issues Guidelines For Pharmaceutical Patent Examination

The featured image shows a person holding some white pills in his fist, which is half open. The post is about recent guidelines issued by the UNDP regarding examination of Pharma Patents. To know more, please click here.

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has recently published guidelines for examination of patent applications relating to pharmaceuticals.The guidelines have highlighted the need for examining pharmaceutical patents from the perspective of public health.The guidelines set by Prof. Carlos M Correa strongly recommend nations to set out specific and more stringent standards for pharmaceutical patents. The guidelines also encourage patent offices to exploit the flexibilities allowed by the TRIPS Agreement with regard to the aforementioned guidelines. In his foreword, Mandeep Dhaliwal, Director HIV, Health and Development Group, UNDP stated, “Recognizing the key role that patent offices and patent examiners play in...

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Celebrating the International Yoga day, the Patent way.

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The word yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘yuj’ which means to join or to unite, symbolizing the union of body and consciousness. Yoga is a 5000 year old Indian body of knowledge. Today it is practiced in various forms around the world. Yoga may be one route to distance children and teenagers from external distractions of today's world, leading to more focus, and more healthy body and mind. Today on, International day of Yoga, let us take a look at few patents describing the method of Yoga. An invention as disclosed in US20070257432A1 titled “Yoga board game and methods of...

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