BananaIP Counsels is partnering with Telangana AI Mission (T-AIM) NASSCOM to assist start-ups in developing, protecting and commercializing their inventions and ideas. Our initiative with T-AIM includes IP masterclass sessions on intellectual property and business, weekly IP helpdesk, preferential pricing and IP mining for select start-ups. We are happy to announce that we will be conducting the first IP Masterclass session on 26th November 2021 at 11 AM IST on the various forms of Intellectual Property. This session would also…
The second session of BananaIP and NASSCOM K-Tech CoE Data Science & AI's first of its kind 'Masterclass on Intellectual Property’ for Start Ups hosted on 3rd June, 2021 witnessed over 200 participants which included Start Ups, Entrepreneurs, Prospective Entrepreneurs, Independent Inventors/Creators, Artists, SMEs, and MNCs coming together to garner knowledge on the Business of Intellectual Property, via an online meeting platform.
Proceedings of the Session
The second session was hosted by Mr. Sudeep Kumar Das, from K-Tech CoE Data Science…
BananaIP and NASSCOM have launched a first of its kind 'Master Class on IP for Start Ups. The event is supported by India AI, Start Up Karnataka and IT-BT Department. The registration is now open, and any Start Up or Entrepreneur may register for free. You may view the registration details at this link
Why a Master Class?
Intellectual Property is today an important business tool for Start Ups. It helps them protect their creativity and innovation, and gain exclusivity…
BananaIP Counsels, through Intellepedia, is happy to announce a webinar titled “Protecting IP through online enforcement”, an online event for content producers, trademark owners, and other IP owners.
Individuals, and companies of all sizes, create intellectual property and make it available online in many ways including by selling products, offering mobile apps, or publishing pictures and videos. With the internet becoming the primary mode of content sharing at present, content creators commonly face situations in which their intellectual property is infringed…
Dr. Kalyan explained the concept of patent infringement, assessing literal infringement and infringement by doctrine of equivalence with examples. The infringement test used in the Indian courts was also discussed. Please find the presentation below for your reference.
Dr. Kalyan delivers a talk on Patents at Mount Carmel College. You may view the presentation below.
BananaIP Counsels, through Intellepedia, is happy to announce a seminar titled “When Do You Really Need a Music License?”, an event for live performers, musicians, event organisers, and venue managers, on 24th January, 2020 at its office.
You may register online for the event here:
You do not always need a copyright license or permission for using recorded music, lyrics or musical compositions. While some uses require you to pay and get a license, many uses do not require…
Over the last two years, the IPO has granted several patents in under a year from the date of filing. Some of these grants have been extensively reported, one article claiming a grant in just four and half months. Some of BananaIP's filings received grants within a year, but the shortest was about seven months for Evlogia. The speedy grants spell the beginning of a new era of a proactive patent office, which is today relatively more transparent and organised…