Tag: Patent Act

Patentability Of Immunology Related Inventions – An Indian Perspective

This article discusses challenges faced by patent applicants for inventions in the field of Immunology, especially those relating to gene sequences, peptides, antibodies, and method of treatment; relevant provisions of the Indian Patents laws and strategies one may employ to improve the chances of overcoming the objections. INTRODUCTION As our understanding of the internal and … Continue reading Patentability Of Immunology Related Inventions – An Indian Perspective

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Patent Revocation Through Counterclaims: Trends And Practices In India

We at Khurana & Khurana, have received numerous queries regarding the filing of counterclaims to evoke revocation of patents in India. To address the same, Utkarsh Mishra & Abhijeet, our interns have analyzed a few exemplary judgments to make the trend and the position clear with respect to such revocations. It is pertinent to mention … Continue reading Patent Revocation Through Counterclaims: Trends And Practices In India

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Advocate as a Patent Agent, without passing the exam?

Gaurav Jit Singh, an intern at Khurana and Khurana talks regarding a recent judgement about case of declaring any advocate as Patent Agent without passing the Patent Agent Examination and the judgement from the court. The judgment, dated March 15, 2013, declares amendment introduced via Section 67 (a) of the Patents (Amendment) Act of 2005 … Continue reading Advocate as a Patent Agent, without passing the exam?

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