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IPRS Re-registered, Mahesh Bhupati and Larra Dutta’s Insolvency Petition, Register Your DMCA Agents, Pokemon Awarded One Dollar, and more Weekly Copyright and Entertainment Law News and Updates

  Indian Copyright Statistics,  IPRS re-registered as a copyright society, Mahesh Bhupathi and Lara Dutta filed insolvency plea against Gitanjali gems,  Re-register DMCA agents before 31st December,  Pokemon awarded one dollar in damages,  Indian film industry grows 10% every year, as per new report and more is presented by the Copyright and Entertainment Law Attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s Premier New Age IP Firm COPYRIGHT QUOTE OF THE WEEK "The bitter taste left by copyright societies in India cannot be easily sweetened by mere change of leadership"  - Dr. Kalyan C Kankanala INDIAN COPYRIGHT STATISTICS There was an increase of 1.5% in the total number...

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Second Annual Roundtable on Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition, hosted by Centre for Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition (CIIPC), National Law University, Delhi Venue: Taj Westend, Bangalore

We are delighted to inform you that we, BananaIP Counsels were a part of The CIIPC 2nd Annual Roundtable Conference on Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition, which was held on July 1st and 2nd of 2017 at Taj Westend, Bangalore. Few of the most distinguished delegates like, members of the academia, policy makers, industry stakeholders and academically-minded practitioners discussed on emerging issues at the interface of innovation, intellectual property & competition law and policy. The First Annual Roundtable on Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition, held last year in New Delhi, was well attended. This time around, in continuance with the...

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Telecom Patents: Claim Amendments for Common Rejections during Patent Prosecution

Rejections under 35 U.S.C. 101 Rejections under this clause are based on the fact that claims do not fall within one of the four statutory categories of acceptable subject matter: process, machine, article of manufacture or composition of matter. One of the ways to overcome this rejection is by claiming an invention by properly citing the subject matter. In telecom patents, ‘signals’ cannot be claimed even though they are a part of the telecom industry. For example : A method for managing resources allocated to at least one virtual machine in a network, by a Virtual Machine Controller, said method comprising: real time monitoring, by...

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