Month: December 2010

Sun Pharmaceuticals v. Eli Lilly: Doctrine of Obviousness-Type Double Patenting

A remarkable latest change in the Patentability has risen from the decision of the Federal Circuit in the case Sun Pharmaceuticals v. Eli Lilly, over the later’s patent that claimed the use of gemcitabine (GEMZAR), a drug to treat cancer. Sun Pharma moved to lower court to invalidate this patent on the grounds of obviousness-type … Continue reading Sun Pharmaceuticals v. Eli Lilly: Doctrine of Obviousness-Type Double Patenting

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INTERNATIONAL PATENT PROTECTION IN ELECTRONICS & IT (SIP-EIT) SCHEME BY DIT

It is enriching to hear and read so much of focus going these days into Innovation at Grass Root and Startup level. With initiatives being taken at all levels by Stakeholders including FICCI, MSME, DIT, and NASSCOM, the next wave of the so called Start-up innovation can really be envisioned. As has correctly been stated … Continue reading INTERNATIONAL PATENT PROTECTION IN ELECTRONICS & IT (SIP-EIT) SCHEME BY DIT

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