Category: Licensing

Compulsory licensing

Compulsory licenses are sovereign state authorizations which enable a third party to make, use, or sell a patented product without the consent of the patent holder. Provisions pertaining to compulsory licensing are provided for under both the Indian Patent Act, 1970, as well as the international legal agreement between all the member nations of WTO … Continue reading Compulsory licensing

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Division Bench of Delhi HC stays restoration of Monsanto license agreements with Nuziveedu Seeds

In the light of the recent order by Division Bench of Delhi High Court, this is an update to author’s prior blog dated April 5 2017 pertaining to the legal dispute between Nuziveedu Seeds and Mosanto. US-based agro major Monsanto Technology LLC and Hyderabad-based seed manufacturer Nuziveedu seeds had been locked in a long-term licensing … Continue reading Division Bench of Delhi HC stays restoration of Monsanto license agreements with Nuziveedu Seeds

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Nuziveedu seeds wins legal battle against US Giant Monsanto!

It has been a long time since M. Prabhakara Rao, the chairman of Nuziveedu Seeds, was trying to knock down the world’s largest seed company “Monsanto Co”, in a high-profile conflict over licensing and royalty of patented seed technology–Bollgard II. Finally, in a decision taken on 29th of March, M. Prabhakara Rao won the long-fought … Continue reading Nuziveedu seeds wins legal battle against US Giant Monsanto!

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Samsung Patent Licensing Agreement with Personalized Media Communications

Texas-based Personalized Media communications, which is having a seminal intellectual property portfolio, has successfully signed a patent licensing agreement with Samsung Corporation and its affiliates. PMC patent portfolio includes around 100 issued patents and pending applications that cover the use of control and information signals to control automated systems for generating and delivering electronic content … Continue reading Samsung Patent Licensing Agreement with Personalized Media Communications

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Meizu – Qualcomm License Agreement Deal

Qualcomm and the Chinese consumer electronics company Meizu recently announced that they had signed a licensing deal with each other. With this deal, they ended a yearlong infringement suit which was filed by Qualcomm against the Chinese company. In the October of 2016, we came to know that Qualcomm (the largest chipmaker in the world) … Continue reading Meizu – Qualcomm License Agreement Deal

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BlackBerry and India’s Optiemus Infracom sign’s licensing agreement to capture Asian smartphone market

BlackBerry once a phone innovator, was considered a game changer in 1999 when its mobile phone allowed on-the-go business people to access email wirelessly. BlackBerry devices were popular for a long time almost a decade. But with the introduction of the iPhone in 2007 and Google’s android in 2008 BlackBerry lost its market as a … Continue reading BlackBerry and India’s Optiemus Infracom sign’s licensing agreement to capture Asian smartphone market

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Export under section 107A of Indian Patent Act, 1970

In the case of Bayer Corporation versus Union of India & ors (W.P.(C) 1971/2014) and Bayer Intellectual Property Gmbh & Anr versus Alembic Pharmaceuticals ltd (CS(COMM) No.1592/2016), High Court of Delhi in the consolidated decision dated March 08, 2017, adjudicated on the issue whether Section 107A of the Patents Act, 1970 permits export from India … Continue reading Export under section 107A of Indian Patent Act, 1970

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FRAND-ING PATENT LICENSES AND ITS IMPLICATION IN LANDMARK CASES IN INDIA

Everyday, a number of products are being invented all over the world, some cascading over the improvement of existing inventions, and the others, portraying a unique set of methods and products unknown to man at large. Simultaneously, there is an eruption of infringements that remain unnoticed or noticed following an incredulous load of proceedings and … Continue reading FRAND-ING PATENT LICENSES AND ITS IMPLICATION IN LANDMARK CASES IN INDIA

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Inside Secure states, France Brevets licenses NFC Patents to HTC

Access to robust data and effective analytics are the must for today’s business world. But sometimes it can be difficult to acquire good data. That’s where near-field communication (hereinafter referred as “NFC”) technology comes in. NFC is a short-range high-frequency wireless communication technology which enables the exchange of data between devices when they’re touched together … Continue reading Inside Secure states, France Brevets licenses NFC Patents to HTC

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Licensing Agreement for Multiple Pediatric-focused Products between Lupin and MonoSol Rx

Reportedly, Lupin Pharmaceutical Inc.(LPI,US subsidiary of pharma major Lupin Limited) and MonoSol Rx, a specialty pharmaceutical company have entered into a strategic licensing agreement (OCT-2016) wherein Lupin would develop multiple pediatric products utilizing MonoSol Rx’s patented PharmFilm® drug delivery technology. Lupin Limited is an innovation led transnational pharmaceutical company which develops and offers a wide … Continue reading Licensing Agreement for Multiple Pediatric-focused Products between Lupin and MonoSol Rx

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