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Sufficiency of Disclosure – Ericsson vs Lava – Part X

This post dissects the Sufficiency of Disclosure aspect in the Ericsson Vs. Lava case, scrutinizing the court’s assessment of Ericsson’s patents’ validity under Sections 64(1)(h) and 64(1)(i) of the Patents Act. Drawing from legal precedents and patent law, the analysis highlights how the court deemed Ericsson’s patents to meet the requirements, ultimately dismissing Lava’s grounds for revocation. Continue Reading Sufficiency of Disclosure – Ericsson vs Lava – Part X

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Drafting a Patent Specification

Introduction and Approach A patent specification is considered to be a techno-legal document because of the presence of technical details of the invention and legal limits of the protection embedded therein. The language used in a patent specification has a combination of technical and legal jargons. Patent specification is a document through which an inventor discloses the details of his invention in exchange for the exclusive rights awarded by the government. From a broader perspective, the government expects a patent…

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A Presentation on “Basics of Specification Drafting” by Mr. Somashekar Ramakrishna delivered at NLSIU

The following presentation titled “Basics of Specification Drafting”, was delivered on 18th December, 2016 by Mr. Somashekar Ramakrishna, Senior Partner, BananaIP Counsels, at National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU) to the Post Graduate Diploma Intellectual Property Rights Law PGDIPR students as a part of their course. The Presentation included the following topics: Object of Patent Law Specification Types In the Indian Patent Act Specification Contents Perspectives Example Invention Title Preamble Technical…

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