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The featured image is of the lion capital of ashoka pillar which is the national emblem of India. The post is about the new public notice issued by the TM registry with respect to the wrongful issuing of abandonment orders for multiple Trade marks. To read more click here.

En Masse Abandonment of Trade Mark Applications by the Indian Trade Mark Office

  It has been brought to the notice of SiNApSE Team that  numerous trade mark applications have been abandoned by the Indian Trade Mark Office in one shot. One person estimates the number to be more than 1.5 lakh applications. The reason as stated by one source is that the trade mark applications  are showing as abandoned because examination responses were not filed on time. One lawyer reports that the Trade Mark officials are claiming that all examination reports, which have…

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The image says start up 2016 as the post is about startups and patents. To read more click here.

StartUp India: Patents and Business

In the past year the Indian startup industry has made tremendous strides with some large acquisitions, layoffs, new entries from abroad, move towards app only solutions and sky high valuations. One thing however has been clear; the focus continues to be on technology based enablement of services and solutions, or consumer internet, and such a focus will continue for the next several years. Intellectual property, particularly patents, can become an essential part of a startups’ foundation, identify, USP and…

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The image is of medicines as the post is about pharma patents and access to medicines and a conference held on the topic. To read click here.

‘Affordability, Availability, Accessibility of medicines’

The Centre for Intellectual Property Rights Research and Advocacy, headed by Professor T. Ramakrishna (Chair professor of IP at NLSIU),  and the MHRD Chair on IPR of National Law School of India University, Bangalore in association with the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority, New Delhi organized a one day national conference on ‘Affordability, Availability, Accessibility of medicines and IPR’ on the 5th of January 2016. The main objective of the conference was to provide a platform to the government representatives, stakeholders…

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Igniting Creativity for Business Advantage – A Presentation by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at Mahindra

The following presentation titled ‘Igniting Creativity for Business Advantage’ was delivered by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at Mahindra Two Wheelers on 8th December, 2015. The presentation was given to the senior management of Mahindra Two Wheelers and covered the following topics- IP and Business Forms of IP- accompanied by examples Creativity to Business Creativity Spectrum Business Value Proportionality Test Inventor Incentive System With the help of cases, examples and multi-media Dr. Kalyan’s presentation…

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