This presentation is titled "Intellectual Property for Business Value" and was delivered by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala to the batch of Post Graduate students at the Indian Institute of Management - Bangalore (IIMB) on November 27th, 2021.
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Tesla files Lawsuit against Ex-Employees and Zoox
Tesla, the American electric vehicle and clean energy company, filed a lawsuit against Zoox, an American self-driving car startup, and four other former employees, for allegedly stealing confidential information. The lawsuit claims that, that four of Tesla’s former employees who were later hired…
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Amazon’s ‘Ring’ Security System Severely Criticised
‘Ring’, the home security company Amazon bought in 2018, has been criticised by more than 30 civil rights organisations for arranging secretive deals with hundreds of police departments across the country.
Amazon’s top hardware executive believe that the…
This presentation is titled "Fundamentals of Intellectual Property" and was delivered by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala to the students at the Indian Institute of Management - Bangalore (IIMB) on November 22nd, 2019.
Presentation on Fundamentals of Intellectual Property by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at IIM Bangalore from BananaIP Counsels
About Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala
Dr. Kalyan Kankanala is the founder of BananaIP (BIP) Counsels, earlier Brain League IP Services, a premier IP Firm in India.…
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Privacy Fears Surround Google (Again) Amidst Data-Sharing Deal with Hospital Network
After acquiring the fitness tracking company Fitbit, Google continues its foray into the $3.5 trillion health sector through a partnership with Ascension, a major US hospital…
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DPIIT Launches IPR Platform for Startups
This post was last published on January 23rd, 2012.
India has emerged as one of the important markets for information technology services and services involving business processes. With the constant development of industries in India, the growth of intellectual property has been exponential and so with it, the increasing need for providing better enforcement techniques to protect IP. India already has various statutes for the protection of patents, trademarks, copyrights, designs etc. But existing and rising industries/businesses are generating a lot…
This post was first published on July 4, 2011.
One of the basic and most important requirements for protection of trade secrets is reasonable measures. Despite its value, information would not be considered to be a trade secret unless reasonable measures are taken to protect its secrecy. A measure is considered to be reasonable if it gives notice of the existence of a secret and mandates or imposes its non-disclosure. While the stringency of a measure would provide a strong basis…
This talk on Trade Secrets and Patents was delivered by Ms. Vinita Radhakrishnan at the IIPLA 5th IP Conference held at the Carlton Palace Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
You may view the full presentation below.
Topics Covered in the presentation include:
1. The shift from traditional medicine to modern medicine
2. Making a choice between patents and trade secrets
3. Pros and Cons of Trade Secrets and Patents
4. IP Protection Models
5. Invention based IP strategy
6. Industry based IP strategy
7. Industry Trends