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By LexOrbis  
LexOrbis - When a patent has claims that can be infringed at different levels of a device, the issue of "licensing on the end value of device" or "licensing on the smallest component value" come into picture.
By LexOrbis  
According to a recent report prepared for ICC's BASCAP (Business Action to Stop Counterfeiting and Piracy) as well as for INTA...
By LexOrbis  
The transformation of the Indian IP Office in the last year has been unprecedented. It will not be a hyperbole to state that the need for simplified and streamlined processes has finally metamorphosed...
By DPS Parmar
The provision of divisional application derives its nexus from the concept of ‘Unity of Invention' which is an administrative requirement present in various forms in the Patent Laws of Countries...
By DPS Parmar
The provision of divisional application derives its nexus from the concept of 'Unity of Invention' which is an administrative requirement present in various forms in the Patent Laws of Countries around the world.
By Omesh Puri
Parallel to the growth in innovation across many industries, counterfeiting has also increased and now affects all spheres of work, ranging from literary to musical, and all types of goods...
By Priyanka Pathak
At present, most patent applications are examined based on their specification, without asserting the limitations of the claims.
By Gautam Kumar
The Indian pharmaceutical industry is a major manufacturer of cost-effective generic drugs and is set to become the leading exporter of generic pharmaceutical products.
By Abhigyan Ashok
With continuous reforms in the landscape of the Intellectual Property (IP) system, India is emerging as one of the dominating player in the modern world economics.
By Dheeraj Kapoor
Dheeraj Kapoor, associate at LexOrbis, examines the repercussions of India's new rules for sound trademarks, and whether they have hit the right note
By Aniruddh Singh
People admire celebrities and if those celebrities say that they like a product then the admirer will like that particular product, too.
By Swati Setia, Shree Misra
In law of trademarks, words that are distinctive enough to distinguish goods or services of one person from those of others, qualify to be protected against infringement and/or passing off.
By Gaurav Arora
This article is a follow up to my article: ‘Need Soft Patents for Software Inventions'; in fact, it is one in the series analysing the patentability of ‘computer related inventions.'
By LexOrbis  
The Office of the Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trademarks (CGPDTM) recently released its Annual IP Report highlighting the various activities undertaken by Indian IP offices during the year 2015-16.
By Aprajita Nigam, Dheeraj Kapoor
A recent news item in glaring limelight has raised a significant IP issue.