14 Jan 2020

The term “Revocation” means Cancellation of the patent rights acquired to patentee. The revocation of patent can be applied by making a petition by any person interested or it can be also applied by the Central Government. In most of the cases revocation are filed on a counter claim against patent infringement suits in High Court or in IPAB (the Intellectual Property Appellate Board). Th...

27 Dec 2019

The National Intellectual Property Rights Policy, aimed at creating a “Creative India; Innovative India” was approved by the Indian cabinet on May 12, 2016. It is noteworthy that this is the first IPR policy that was ever framed by the Indian government, the policy was enacted to ensure compliance to the Doha Development Round and TRIPS Agreement. Along with the IPR policy, the Governmen...

27 Dec 2019

Currently India is aggressively adopting ‘Smart life’ where everything is driven by smart technology like artificial intelligence and IoT, but a grave reality still haunts most of the population is lack of basic healthcare facilities. Currently India is aggressively adopting ‘Smart life’ where everything is driven by smart technology like artificial intelligence and IoT, but a grave rea...

27 Dec 2019

Patent filing in artificial intelligence in India is emerging on a rapid scale, and some of the top companies filing for patents are TATA and HCL Technologies With the advent of Artificial Intelligence in every imaginable sphere that matters, it is hardly surprising that innovators are now in a rush to build their Intellectual Property portfolio in AI. The popularity of Artificial I...

27 Dec 2019

To reduce the amount of counterfeiting in e-businesses, business owners must protect themselves from Intellectual property infringement Gone are the days when going to “work” or running a “business” meant getting all bedecked, travelling to a building and spending the whole day there getting the job done. In today’s world, not all the people you see working from the table next to yo...

27 Dec 2019

In a world of superheroes and avenging champions of mankind, it would not be an understatement to say that 5G is looked at as a real-world superpower by many. There is good reason for this. The vast portal of technology that has been opened up by 5G, such as watching Ultra High-Definition videos with zero waiting time, the extensive use of Augmented and Virtual Reality, and the perennial...

27 Dec 2019

Smartphones Industry has taken the technological market by storm in India, with an urban audience, generally categorized as millennials, keenly observing the market and waiting to get their hands on every piece of new technology that comes bundled within the new smartphones. From “feature phones” constructed chiefly for the purpose of placing and receiving calls, to “smartphones” capable...

24 Oct 2019

To foster innovation and creativity, intellectual property (IP) must be protected. Creations of the mind, such as names, symbols, new technological processes, etc. can be protected through patents, copyrights and trademarks. In an era of start-ups and unconventional career paths, an awareness of laws that protect intellectual property can go a long way in boosting the economy. The IP ind...

12 Sep 2019

Since India is becoming a hot-bed for IoT and 5G based filing, we may soon see a litigation war here too. Internet of Things (IoT) represents a whole world of connected objects that talk to each other at a whirlwind speed that never falters. The applications and benefits of this niche technology are multifold as it has the potential to revolutionise the world that we live in. Amit Agga...

12 Sep 2019

US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is one of the oldest patent offices in the world. For obtaining a Patent, two types of patent applications can be filed: Provisional:- It is a quick and less expensive means of filing application however, it only survives when a regular non-provisional patent application within one year is filed. Non provisional/Complete:- It is the final ...