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IndusLaw bolsters it's infrastructure & energy practice

17 July 2023 by IndusLaw

INDUSLAW is pleased to announce the addition of Shashwat Kumar, who has joined our Delhi & NCR office in the Infrastructure & Energy practice.

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mRNA Vaccines: A Breakthrough Technology

11 July 2023 by LexOrbis - India: Manisha Singh (Partner) & Vaneet Kaur (Senior Associate)

RNA molecules have been utilized as therapeutic and research tools for more than two decades, with the usage ranging from in vitro transcribed (IVT) mRNA, small interference RNA (siRNA), RNA aptamers, riboswitches, and antisense RNA to the recently developed mRNA vaccines.

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Note on Nokia v. Oppo (3rd July 2023)

03 July 2023 by Anand and Anand - India

For several years, patent owners navigated the SEP landscape in India, unsure of their destination (injunction, damages, FRAND verdicts), and wondering whether their opponents (implementers of SEPs) could be made to deposit security, to protect the SEP owners’ interests.

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Anand and Anand ‘highly commended’ for its Luxury Law Practice

27 June 2023 by Anand and Anand - India

The firm has won Luxury law Firm Award twice earlier; only Indian firm to be so recognised

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Trademark protection of signature poses and voices of celebrities in India: An uncharted territory

08 June 2023 by Rahul Chaudhry & Partners - India: Sakshi Mathur, Associate

Personality rights, commonly known as ‘right of publicity,’ guarantees an individual right in one’s personal attributes such as appearance, signature, voice, silhouette, face, features, gestures, expressions, mannerisms etc, paving way for an individual to use and commercialise one’s identity.

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Patenting Molecular Diagnostics

17 May 2023 by LexOrbis - DPS Parmar

The patent eligibility in every jurisdiction differs in content and form. It perhaps finds its justification in the stage of development the country is placed in relation to inventions of new technology or its adoption by the state technology groups.

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LexOrbis Successfully Hosts 5th edition of the AIPLA Women in IP Global Networking Event 2023

09 May 2023 by LexOrbis - India

On April 28, 2023, the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi was abuzz with over 100+ women professionals from different segments, all in attendance for the Women in IP Global Networking Event 2023 hosted by LexOrbis on behalf of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA).

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DHC on irrational reasoning and requirements in patent refusal orders

04 May 2023 by Rahul Chaudhry & Partners - Madhuri Gupta, Senior Associate, Patents team

In a recent Judgement, the Delhi High Court (“Court”) decided on an appeal filed by Microsoft Corporation to set aside the decision of Controller General of Patents and Designs (“Controller”) dated 05th March 2012 refusing the grant of Indian patent application 487/DELNP/2006 (“subject patent”) under Section 15 of the Patents Act.

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Product Hopping and Ever-Greening of Patents in India

20 April 2023 by LexOrbis - Arun Kumar (Managing associate)

The Indian pharmaceutical market is one of the largest markets in the globe, both in terms of production and consumption. Several changes have been made to the patent and competition law due to the increasing challenges in the pharmaceutical market that directly impact the profit margin of pharmaceutical manufacturers. To increase these margins, pharmaceutical product manufacturing firms employ a variety of strategies. This article investigates the concept of “product hopping” and compares it with the practice of patent evergreening.

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Judicial trend of copyright Protection for Character Merchandising in India

12 April 2023 by Rahul Chaudhry & Partners - Pallavi Dora

Character Merchandising is a new age business phenomenon to commercially exploit the famous comic characters in garb of generating revenue and fetch profit by using the pictures, voice dialogues of famous characters / personalities of which the general public are emotionally connected. The evolution of the character merchandising was by the famous company – Walt Disney Studios in 1930’s when they licensed the famous character like Mickey Minnie and Donald duck. Technological advancement and channels devoted to children entertainment has created a demand in the market and influenced the said segment to buy the product as the general public get attached to the character.