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IP waiver on Covid-19 vaccine, AI lacks ‘legal personality’ says USPTO to Court and more

Chandigarh to launch special start-up policy soon; 57 countries back India’s proposal for IP waiver on Covid-19 vaccine; Ms. Anjali S delivers a talk on Patent prosecution and Patent Opposition; Mr. Gaurav Mishra delivers talk on Patent infringement and defenses in Biotech research; Solas OLED and LG settle patent dispute; USPTO submits its position on AI inventorship to US District Court; CNIPA extends PPH program with Austria and Germany Indian Patent News Chandigarh to launch special start-up policy…

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Patent and Other Government Policy for Start-Ups

  On 16th January, 2016, Prime Minister of India unveiled the Government's Start-Up policy. The primary objective of the policy is to promote economic growth and employment opportunities. To promote a culture of starting up, the Prime Minister announced the following among others: Three Year Tax cuts for Start-Ups, which are started after March, 2016; Quick start and quick closure of start-ups. It was announced that one can start in a day and close in 90days; Self-attestations for…

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