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Gaurav Mishra delivers a talk on Patent law

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Mr. Gaurav Mishra recently delivered a talk on the law of patents in India at a seminar organized by the National Law School of India University, Bangalore in association with Sree Veerendra Patil Degree College, Bangalore on the 11th of October 2019. The seminar titled “IPR for Spurring Innovation and Creativity" was primarily aimed at helping students and faculties of science to understand IPR in general and grasp the importance of patents in relation to science and technology. The full presentation may be viewed here. [slideshare id=180855343&doc=introtopatentlaw-191011030239] Topics covered in this presentation include: What are patents? Why are patents important? Who can file...

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Guidelines for IP Commercialization – A Presentation by Mr. Sanjeeth Hegde at NLSIU, Bangalore

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The following presentation titled "Guidelines for IP Commercialization", was delivered on 15th February 2017 by Mr. Sanjeeth Hegde, (Sr. Partner, BIP Counsels) at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. The presentation was delivered as part of a Symposium on COMMERCIALIZATION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS – “with focus on Patents” organized by the Centre for IP Research and Advocacy, NLSIU headed by Professor Ramakrishna, a well known IP Professor and Advisor. The Symposium was attended by some of the country's leading IP experts, Government officials, academics and researchers. The presentation covers the following topics: Strategies normally involved in IP Commercialization; Revenue generation from the strategies adopted;...

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Patent Law- Patent Infringement Analysis- A PPT by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at NLSIU

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The following presentation was delivered by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala, Managing Partner BananaIP Counsels, at National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU), as a part of the Patent law course offered for PGDIP students. The presentation titled “Patent Infringement Analysis”covers the following topics: Patent Rights Infringement Direct Infringement Claim Construction Claim Elements Is this product infringing? Doctrine of Equivalence Lalabhai v. Chimanlal Indirect Infringement Defenses FTO Analysis [slideshare id=57419296&doc=patentinfringementanalysis-160124035639] 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,...

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Pharma Patents and Drug Prices- A Presentation by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at NLSIU, Bangalore

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The following presentation titled ‘Pharma Patents and Drug Prices’ was delivered by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala (Managing Partner, BananaIP Counsels, Bangalore) on 5th January, 2016 at the conference on “Affordability, Accessibility and Availability of Medicine and IPR” at National Law School of India University. Organized through the Centre for Intellectual Property Rights Research and Advocacy and MHRD Chair on Intellectual Property Rights, the conference was held at the International Training Centre, NLSIU, Bengaluru. The following topics were covered as a part of the presentation- Patents and pricing Patentability/ Enforceability- Imatinib case, Sitagliptin case Patent Decision Predictability Quadrant (Patent Holder’s Perspective) With the...

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Industrial Designs for Automobile Industry in India- A Presentation by Mr. Sarthak Saran

This presentation was delivered by Sarthak Saran as a part of the course for senior management and IP Officers in the automobile industry. The presentation covers: Industrial Design definition Industrial design registration process in India Industrial design infringement relating to automobile industry Industrial design protection strategy relating to automobile industry Industrial design registration survey report related to automobile industry [slideshare id=54104144&doc=industrialdesignforautomobileindustryinindia-151019075359-lva1-app6891] Through this presentation, Mr. Sarthak  Saran introduced the participants to the concept of designs in the automobile industry. He discussed the procedure to be undertaken to file a design application in India. The participants were made aware with respect to the procedures involved in registering a design...

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Patent Law in India- PPT on Patentability Requirements by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at NLSIU

This presentation was delivered by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at NLSIU, Bangalore, India, as a part of the Patent law course offered for PGDIP students. The presentation covers: Introduction to Patentability Requirements and their role in the Patent System in India; The Patent Filter Model; Patentable Subject Matter - Eligible Subjects and Ineligible Subjects; Inventions and Non-Patentable Subject Matter; Section 3 Exclusions with special reference to Section 3(d); Novartis Case - New Form, Known Substance, Known Efficacy; Computer Programs Per Se; Traditional Knowledge and Patentability; Genetic Engineering and Patentability; Life Forms and Patentability; Industrial Applicability - make, use and repeat; ...

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Automobile Invention Disclosure- A Presentation by Nitin Nair and Naveen KM

This presentation was delivered by Nitin Nair and Naveen KM as a part of the course for senior management and IP Officers in the automobile industry. The presentation covers:

  • Disclosure of Invention
  • Inventor information
  • Title of invention
  • Background Information
  • Date/proof of conception
  • Disclosure(s)
  • Brought to practice
  • Collaboration
  • Description
  • Figure(s)
  • Invention information

The presentation given here covers details about Invention Disclosure Form (IDF), and the way to fill an IDF. An inventor needs to provide various legal as well as technical information pertaining to the invention, and this information is required at various stages of the patent process. At any stage of the patent process, having sufficient details in hand can increase chances of favourable results.

The presentation was divided into two sessions. In the first session, Mr. Nitin Nair explained the legal aspects pertaining to the disclosure of invention. Mr. Nair highlighted during his presentation, certain strategies being adopted during the patent procedure. He gave insights into things inventors and applicants should know, and bring into practise, so as to secure their intellectual property. Mr. Naveen, who handled the second session, focused more on the technical aspects, and gave details regarding the type and depth of information (pertaining to the invention) that is to be disclosed by the inventor, while filling the IDF. He also explained why is it important to have the details collected from the inventor, and what advantage does it gives to the inventor and the applicant.

About Nitin Nair

Nitin Nair is a partner at Banana IP Counsels, leading IP firm and was an ex-Partner at Brain League. Nitin manages the electronics, telecommunications, and Information Technology divisions of the firm. He also personally oversees client feedback, quality assurance, and technology integration processes. Nitin teaches as visiting faculty at premiere institutions such as National Law School of India University, Bangalore.

About Naveen KM

Naveen is a Managing Associate at BananaIP Counsels, leading IP firm. He works closely with inventors to assist with specification drafting, and researches projects. He handles projects in electronics, electrical, software domains.

Automobile Patents, Infringement and Indian Patent Law – A Presentation by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala

This presentation was delivered by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala as a part of the course for senior management and IP Officers in the Automobile Industry. The presentation covers: Patent Infringement Basics; Freedom To Operate Analysis for Automotive Sector - Issues and Challenges; Literal Infringement and Doctrine of Equivalence in India; Claim Construction, Analysis and Element Mapping; All Elements Rule; Pith and Substance, Substantial Equivalence; Example of Jack Holder; Example of Flipable Seat; Indirect Patent Infringement in India - Contributory Infringement and Inducement; Patent Defenses; Government Use, Research Exemptions and Government Approval; and Relevant Cases. With the help of cases, examples and...

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