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Revocation of Patents in India – Lecture by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at UPES School of Law

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Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala recently delivered a lecture to the B.Tech - LLB students of UPES School of Law as part of the 'Patent Law and Practice Program' being taught by BananaIP Team at the School. This lecture was aimed at helping the students understand the process of patent revocation in India and compare the grounds of revocation with those listed under pre-grant and post-grant oppositions. This table below is a summary of the grounds available under Pre-grant opposition, Post-grant opposition and Revocation. Sl. No. Grounds Pre grant Representation Post Grant Opposition Revocation Relevant Sections 1 Prior Claiming Yes Yes Yes 25(1)(c), 25(2)(c), 64(1)(a) 2 Not entitled to apply No No Yes 64(1)(b) 3 Wrongful obtainment (Petitioner) Yes Yes Yes 25(1)(a), 25(2)(b), 64(1)(c) 4 Not an Invention Yes Yes  Yes 25(1)(f), 25(2)(f), 64(1)(d) 5 Not Novel a.     Prior Patents b.    ...

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Post Grant Opposition of Patents in India – Lecture by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at UPES School of Law

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Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala recently delivered a lecture to the B.Tech - LLB students of UPES School of Law as part of the 'Patent Law and Practice Program' being taught by BananaIP Team at the School. The flow chart below represents the process of post-grant opposition in India. Section 25(2) of the Indian patent (Amendment) Act 2005 provides a provision for filing a post grant opposition against a patent.Under this provision any interested person, may file an opposition against a granted application within one year from the date of publication of grant of the patent. Post-grant opposition can be made on any of the grounds listed under section 25(2)...

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Patent Law-Basics of Patent Process- A PPT by Somashekar Ramakrishna at NLSIU

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The following presentation was delivered by Mr. Somashekar Ramakrishna, 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 “Basic of Patent Process”covers the following topics: Patent Process Filing Publication Examination Pre-Grant Opposition Grant Post-Grant Opposition Other concepts such as-Statement of undertaking, Divisional application, Patent of addition, Working of Patents Exercises [slideshare id=57448446&doc=basicsofpatentprocess-somashekarramakrishna-160125075133] About Somashekar Ramakrishna Mr. Somashekar Ramakrishna is a Partner and manages the Mechanical/Automotive Patent division and prosecution division at BananaIP Counsels. Previously, he was a partner at Brain League. He has worked with...

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