Tag: patent infringement

Patent Infringement Suit: Interdigital Vc Holdings Inc V. Xiaomi Corporation

Recently, two patent infringement complaints were filed by an American mobile and video technology company InterDigital VC Holdings Inc., against the Chinese phone making company Xiaomi Corporation, in the Delhi High Court, alleging unauthorised use of five cellular 3G and 4G patents and three H.265/HEVC (High efficiency video coding patents) by them.The suit by InterDigital … Continue reading Patent Infringement Suit: Interdigital Vc Holdings Inc V. Xiaomi Corporation

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Dilemma between Filing an Appeal vs. Order 39 Rule 4 Application in Injunctions Granted Under Order 39 Rules 1 and 2

The efficacy of substantive laws depends, to a large extent, upon the quality and clarity of the procedural laws. Unless the procedure for enforcing rights is simple, effective, expeditious, inexpensive and unambiguous, substantive laws, however well they may have been drafted, would fail in their purpose and object. As observed by Sir Henry Maine, “Procedure … Continue reading Dilemma between Filing an Appeal vs. Order 39 Rule 4 Application in Injunctions Granted Under Order 39 Rules 1 and 2

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Delhi HC Slaps Interim Deposit of 54Cr. To Patent Infringer

A Patent infringement lawsuit was filed by Communication Components Antenna INC against alleged infringer Ace Technologies Corp and its related entities and subsidiaries in relation to its patent which was titled “Asymmetrical Beams for Spectrum Efficiency”. The plaintiff claimed that the patent was for a novel antenna having a unique feature i.e. an asymmetrical beam … Continue reading Delhi HC Slaps Interim Deposit of 54Cr. To Patent Infringer

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Dhanpat Seth And Others Versus M/S Nilkamal Plastic Ltd.

Recently in 2018, the Himachal Pradesh High Court passed a judgement revoking a patent granted for a device used for manually hauling of agricultural produce. The judgement has been a landmark for subjects involving both infringements as well as revocation of patents. Facts of the Case The plaintiffs filed a suit against the defendants for … Continue reading Dhanpat Seth And Others Versus M/S Nilkamal Plastic Ltd.

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Vior (International) Ltd. and Ors. v. Maxycon Health Care Private Limited and Ors.

In 2018, the Delhi High Court in the case of Vior (International) Ltd. and Ors.vs. Maxycon Health Care Private Limited and Ors., the Delhi High Court pronounced a judgement holding that the right of the Plaintiffs was violated by the defendants and that the same amounts to infringement. Reliefs were granted to the plaintiffs under … Continue reading Vior (International) Ltd. and Ors. v. Maxycon Health Care Private Limited and Ors.

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IP Awareness Session Conducted at KJS College, Mumbai

Growth of a nation is majorly driven by the youth. Specifically for a country like India, that has more than 50% of its population below the age of 25 years, it is crucial to have Intellectual Property (IP) Awareness in order to protect ingenious innovations. Khurana and Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys along with its … Continue reading IP Awareness Session Conducted at KJS College, Mumbai

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Are IP Disputes Arbitrable In India? And To What Extent?

The Alternative methods of dispute resolution have eventually acquired a huge popularity and utility in the commercial and business- commerce sector. One of the most utilised methods is the arbitration, most of the parties associated with the commercial transaction nowadays prefer to opt for arbitration for the settlement of any kind of dispute. Arbitration in … Continue reading Are IP Disputes Arbitrable In India? And To What Extent?

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GROUNDLESS THREAT OF PATENT INFRINGEMENT

Introduction Infringement proceedings involve high costs of litigation in defending the same with the possibility that any temporary injunction granted in the due course thereof would lead to revenue loss, loss of employment and several other impediments to the business. Moreover, embroilment in infringement proceedings or the mere possibility thereof leads to disrepute of the … Continue reading GROUNDLESS THREAT OF PATENT INFRINGEMENT

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BLACKBERRY SUES NOKIA FOR PATENT INFRINGEMENT: AN OVERVIEW

The once powerful mobile phone companies BlackBerry and Nokia are in the headlines again, not for their new technological developments but because of their legal battle. The Valentine’s Day card for Nokia was in the form of complaint entailing 11 items that Blackberry did not like about it. The complaint listed out the 11 patents … Continue reading BLACKBERRY SUES NOKIA FOR PATENT INFRINGEMENT: AN OVERVIEW

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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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