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What Is A Patent And Procedure For Obtaining A Patent

What Is A Patent And Procedure For Obtaining A Patent

  INTRODUCTION A patent is an integral part of a registered business in view of the fact that obtaining a legal right to a product, design or idea can add to the success of a business....
Top 10 Landmark Judgements of Intellectual Property Rights Law

Top 10 Landmark Judgements of Intellectual Property Rights Law

Top 10 Landmark Judgements of Intellectual Property Rights Law covering Trademark, Copyright, and Patent Law     Bajaj Auto Limited Vs. TVS Motor Company Limited 2008(36) PTC 417 (Mad.) In the instant case, there was a patent...

What is Copyright Law ?

How to file a Copyright in India? Definition: According to The Copyrights Act, 1957, copyright means the exclusive right subject to the provisions of this act, to do or authorize the doing of any of...
Procedure of obtaining a Patent in India

Procedure of obtaining a Patent in India

How to Obtain a Patent in India: Procedure of obtaining a Patent in India  The Indian law of patents is enriched in the Patents Act, 1970. The Act seeks to provide for legal protection for...
Article: Trademark Law in India: Registration, Enforcement, Protection

Trademark Law in India: Registration, Enforcement, Protection

Trademark Law in India How to register, enforce and protect a trademark in India? Definition: Trademarks (TM) are the most efficient form of creating brand value of any product or service. Generally, a Trade Mark  is...
Article: Patent Laws: Why and What should you Patent?

Patent Laws: Why and What should you Patent?

Patent Laws: Reasons why one should go for patent and what you should patent? The basic reason why inventors/companies go for patent protection is that to hold their exclusive right over their invention for a specific...
Intellectual Property Act-Who can have a right to a Patent

Intellectual Property Act-Who can have a right to a Patent?

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ACT   Who can have a right to a patent? 67. (1) Subject to the provisions of section 68 the right to a patent shall belong to the inventor. (2) Where two or more persons have jointly...
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS - Indian Kanoon

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS – Indian Kanoon

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS ACT TOPIC-Inventive Step What are inventions and what is an inventive step? 65. An invention shall be considered as involving an inventive step if, having regard to the prior art relevant to the patent application claiming...