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By Mr Gupta, Dr Agarwal
According to China Intellectual Property Office's website, the patients in the country are demanding for compulsory licensing for allowing the domestic companies to manufacture the medicine 'Lamivudine' and market it at a lower price.
By Mr Gupta, Dr Agarwal
An Australian government agency (IP Australia) has developed and released a new search system for Australian patents. This system is named as "Auspat".
By Mr Gupta, Dr Agarwal
An agreement for undertaking drug discovery research and generating Intellectual Property (IP) came into force in the last week of May between GVK Bio, a Hyderabad-based company and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals
By Mr Gupta, Dr Agarwal
The Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS) of USPTO has been updated by addition of two new features, the "Image List" and the "Multiple Searching Ability".
By Mr Gupta, Dr Agarwal
Global and Indian generic companies are in a hurry to seek patents for drug in India. Majority of these applications are for process and composition patents.
By Mr Gupta, Dr Agarwal
A suit on copyright violation against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) was filed on May 14th, 2008 by The Indian Performing Rights Society (IPRS).
By Mr Gupta, Dr Agarwal
The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD), that manages the very old hill temple, has made application to the Registry of Geographical Indications (GI), Chennai for its famous and tasty laddu and is now waiting for patent rights.
By Mr Gupta, Dr Agarwal
French court convicted eBay, an online auction and shopping website for selling on its website three Hermes bags that includes two fakes, for a total of 3,000 euros.
By Mr Gupta, Dr Agarwal
The Delhi High Court has passed an interim order restraining K.K. Lamps, a Delhi based company from manufacturing GLS lamps under the brand name 'Safelite' or any similar brand name.
By Mr Gupta, Dr Agarwal
BCCI filed a petition against Rediff.com to restrain it from hosting an online cricket game "Indian Fantasy League" due to the similarity in the name and style with "Indian Premier League" and also for using a logo similar to that of IPL.
By Mr Gupta, Dr Agarwal
An Australian court passed a favourable order for Ranbaxy Laboratories in its patent proceedings against Pfizer with regard to 'Atorvastatin', a cholesterol-lowering drug.