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Wishing A Very Happy, Creative and Innovative New Year

Wishing A Very Happy, Creative and Innovative New Year

On behalf of all our contributors, we wish you a Very Happy, Creative and Innovative New Year. We thank you for your support and patronage in 2019, and will endeavor to continue our mission of contributing to the flow of IP knowledge and IP culture development in 2020 as well. As we head into the new year, we will be grateful for any observations, comments or inputs you may have to help us improve Intellepedia and its initiatives. In 2019, we published 562 blogs/articles, the topic wise split of which is provided in the table below. [mkd_list_ordered] Sl no | Topic | Number of...

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A Pharmaceutical Perspective by Ms. Vinita Radhakrishnan

The featured image shows a stick figure standing on two diverging arrows. While the arrow on the left reads trade secrets, the arrow on the right reads patents. To know more about this post click here.

This talk on Trade Secrets and Patents was delivered by Ms. Vinita Radhakrishnan at the IIPLA 5th IP Conference held at the Carlton Palace Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). You may view the full presentation below. [slideshare id=130475180&doc=iiplapresentation-190204133117] Topics Covered in the presentation include: 1. The shift from traditional medicine to modern medicine 2. Making a choice between patents and trade secrets 3. Pros and Cons of Trade Secrets and Patents 4. IP Protection Models 5. Invention based IP strategy 6. Industry based IP strategy 7. Industry Trends 8. Top 10 pharma companies and their patenting trends 9. Patent trends (decrease in patents filed) 10. Number of patent applications filed by pharma...

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Introduction to Intellectual Property and IP Licensing – A Presentation by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at IIM-B

The following presentation titled “Introduction to IP and  Licensing”, was delivered on 26th November, 2016 by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala, Chief IP Attorney, BananaIP Counsels, at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM-B) on IPRs and Licensing to the Post Graduate Programme Management (PGPM)students. The topics of the presentation included: Introduction to IP and Licensing Nature of IP and Forms Licensing Intellectual Property Subject Matter Exclusivity Types of Licenses Royalty Types Example of Integrated Licensing Model Kalyan’s Books And Novels How to Reach Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala To access the entire presentation please visit the below mentioned link: [Slideshare ID : https://www.slideshare.net/secret/thEvlZ6P6IpxWK] About Dr. Kalyan Dr. Kalyan...

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The Business of Intellectual Property – A Presentation by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at the Woxsen School of Business

The featured image shows the first page of the PPT posted here. The image reads "the business of intellectual property". To read more click here

The following presentation was delivered by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala, Managing Partner BananaIP Counsels, at the Woxsen School of Business, Hyderabad. The presentation is titled “The Business of Intellectual Property” and covers the following topics: Species of IP Patents Entertainment Patents Copyrights Brand value Trademarks Industrial Designs Trade Secrets Geographical Indications Traditional Knowledge [slideshare id=57944646&doc=woxsen-class4ipandbusiness-160206041204] About Dr. Kalyan Kankanala Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala manages the largest new age Intellectual Property Firm, BananaIP Counsels, headquartered at Bangalore, India. In addition to helping clients maximize business value from intellectual assets, Dr. Kalyan also consults for United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), and teaches at premier institutions...

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IP Insights: SuperLawyer interviews Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala

The image is of a super hero reading while flying. The post contains an interview of Dr. Kalyan by SuperLawyer where he gives valuable IP insights. To read more click here.

Over the years, we at SiNApSE have been working hard to disseminate IP knowledge in various forms from news posts to interviews and serials. In today’s post, we are happy to bring to your notice some excerpts of Dr. Kalyan Kankanala's interview with Super Lawyer, a resource/publication for students. In the interview Dr. Kalyan discusses in detail his days as a student and his academic journey, his tryst with Intellectual Property as a profession and his interests in research, writing and teaching.  He also makes some keen observations about the state of IP in India and the opportunities that lie ahead. These observations...

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IP for Start-ups: An NSRCEL-IIMB event

Featured Image is of the IIMB, as the post is about an NSRCEL organised panel discussion on intellectual property for start-ups in the IIMB auditorium on 5th September. To read the post click here.

On the 5th of September, 2015, NSRCEL has organised a panel discussion titled ‘IP for Startups’, to help start ups and entrepreneurs understand the Dos and Don’ts of IP management and its importance in the context of business. NSRCEL or the Nadathur S. Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning, considered to be a hotbed for promising entrepreneurial talent, was founded in 2002, at the renowned Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB). The centre was founded with the objective to provide a platform for entrepreneurs to hone their skills and covert their raw talent into successful business ventures. Besides this, a dearth of...

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Intellectual Property: Section 3(d) and its Application – Are we stretching it too far?

This image depicts a slide on section 3(d) of the Indian Patents Act. This image is relevant because this post talks about a presentation on section 3(d) by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala. Click on the image to view full post.

[slideshare id=48031492&doc=section3dppt-150512061328-lva1-app6891] This presentation by Dr. Kalyan Kankanala in a program organized by MILAT provides an insight into the application of Section 3(d) after the Novartis case. After a quick historical perspective and philosophical background to Section 3(d), Kalyan talks about the parameters for assessing Section 3(d) exclusions. Focussing on the new form exclusion, he points out issues in the efficacy approach followed by the Supreme Court using a salt form of morphine and a genetic invention as examples. Kalyan also brings out examples of the application of Section 3(d) to biotechnology and mechanical inventions, and points out the issues springing...

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