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15 February 2023 by
The Office of the Controller General Patents, Designs and Trademarks, India issued two public notices dated February 06, 2023, to deal with trademark applications pending before all their offices and expedite their disposal. Both public notices deal with the prosecution of trademark applications that were pending for mandatory actions on behalf of the Applicants in respect of either filing response to the examination report or filing of counterstatement against a notice of opposition.
07 February 2023 by
The process to obtain a patent entails multiple stages from the filing of a patent application to the grant of the patent. There are various deadlines associated with each of these stages, such as the date of filing an application for the grant of patent and the date of filing the Request for Examination (RFE). The Indian Patent Office is very stringent for adherence to these deadlines, and failure to meet them may result in the rejection of a patent application. Thus, it is very important for a patent professional or an Applicant to cautiously meet the to avoid any adverse effect on the application. This article covers the consequences and remedies under the Indian patent laws in case any deadline associated with the patent application is missed.
02 February 2023 by
Pfizer Inc. and its group companies (“Pfizer”) filed a suit bearing no. CS (COMM) No. 442 of 2021 titled as Pfizer Inc. & Ors. v. Triveni Interchem Private Limited & Ors. before the Hon’ble Delhi High Court, for infringement of patent IN 218291 for the compound Palbociclib.
22 December 2022 by
The dispute resolution team of Legacy Law Offices LLP recently obtained two favourable orders for its client Usha Breco Ltd., in the matters of Usha Breco Ltd. & another v. Municipal Corporation, Shimla & another, and Usha Breco Ltd. & another v. Department of Tourism & Civil Aviation & another before the Himachal Pradesh High Court.
02 November 2022 by
In today’s interconnected global economy, securing protection over Intellectual Property assets has become an indispensable requirement for businesses at various levels. Trademarks being one of the most important instrument of IP and valuable intangible asset to business in today’s era, functions as a source identifier for distinguishing the goods and services of one entity from those of others.
24 October 2022 by
Patentability of derivatives of known substance particularly drugs find a tough and bumpy road at Patent office in India since the introduction section 3 (d) amendments in 2005.This amendment remain the hall mark of the shift of Indian patent regime from process patent to product patent particularly for food drugs and chemicals.
18 October 2022 by
Press Release by Anand and Anand - India
18 October 2022 by
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30 September 2022 by
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23 September 2022 by
In our routine life, AI entities have found a prominent place in the form of virtual assistants. Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, and Bixby are prominent examples of the presence of AI in our daily lives. Moreover, smart electronic appliances, such as Air-Conditioners, Refrigerators, Chimneys, and Television have also imbibed AI to offer preference-based operation for the convenience of the end-user. One of the most ground-breaking applications of AI is found in autonomous cars, which have recently been garnering a lot of media attention. Therefore, knowingly or unknowingly, AI has become an essential part of our lives and it is quite evident that its presence and our dependence on the same will increase in the years to come.