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Patent Litigation in Malaysia

The main laws relating to patents in Malaysia are the Patents Act 1983 (PA 1983) and the Patents Regulations 1986, which both came into force on 1 October 1986. Malaysia is a common law country and follows the doctrine of judicial precedent. Malaysia is a party to the (i) Paris Convention for the Protection of … Continue reading Patent Litigation in Malaysia

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Patents in Entertainment Industry

Intellectual property is the ownership of a person’s original work. While there are many different types of intellectual properties, patents dominate the technical area. As a brief introduction, a patent is a right granted to a person in connection with an invention that prevents others from using their idea without their permission. Once a work … Continue reading Patents in Entertainment Industry

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Khurana & Khurana Opens International Office In United Arab Emirates

Khurana & Khurana Opens International Office In United Arab Emirates Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys Khurana & Khurana (K&K) along with IIPRD are delighted to announce that they have opened up their new International Office in United Arab Emirates (UAE) in wake of the rising client requirements and towards their goal of expanding … Continue reading Khurana & Khurana Opens International Office In United Arab Emirates

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Natural Law and Patent: American Axle case

American Axle involved allegations of infringement of a patent pertaining to a method for attenuating driveline vibrations in order to reduce vehicle noise. The district court applied the Supreme Court’s two-step framework for analyzing patent ineligibility and held that the asserted claims were patent ineligible. The court found that the claims were “directed to” natural laws … Continue reading Natural Law and Patent: American Axle case

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Defcon Patent is Granted For Its Lockdown Device

Commercial stage manufacturer and distributor of innovative lockdown device, Defcon patent is granted For Products LLC announced that the United States Patent and Trademark office (USPTO) patent is granted For the company U.S. Patent No. 11214986, entitled “Emergency Deadbolt Device.” The USPTO also issued a Notice of Allowance for the Company’s U.S. Patent Application No. … Continue reading Defcon Patent is Granted For Its Lockdown Device

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Liabilities of an Infringer in an Infringement Suit: A Case Analysis

Introduction: In the recent judgment of the Delhi High Court dated 13th December 2021, it was observed that “When an infringer seeks to defend patent infringement on the ground that the patent is invalid, the onus to prove the invalidity of patent lies heavily on an infringer and this standard has to be met when … Continue reading Liabilities of an Infringer in an Infringement Suit: A Case Analysis

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An Overview on the Invention Secrecy Act of 1951

The purpose of the Invention Secrecy Act, 1951 The Invention Secrecy Act was created to restrict the exportation of classified information that may be potentially detrimental to the security of the country. In other words, the Act enables governments to impose “secrecy orders” on a patent application that comprises of classified information that is sensitive … Continue reading An Overview on the Invention Secrecy Act of 1951

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Delhi High Court comes up with the Intellectual Property Division (IPD) for handling IP matters

With the abolishment of various Boards and Appellate Tribunals by Tribunals Reforms (Rationalization and Conditions of Service) Ordinance, 2021, which was promulgated by the President of India and was notified on 4th April 2021, The Delhi High Court (DHC) has now established an Intellectual Property Division (IPD) to deal with matters related to Intellectual Property … Continue reading Delhi High Court comes up with the Intellectual Property Division (IPD) for handling IP matters

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New Rules On Statement Of Working Of Patents (Form 27): What It Means For Indian Patent Holders

In one of our previous blogs, we covered about the changes introduced through the Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2020 (“2020 Amendment Rules”) which came into force on October 20, 2020. Among other things, major change has been introduced with respect to the manner in which the statement of working of patent in Form 27 has to be … Continue reading New Rules On Statement Of Working Of Patents (Form 27): What It Means For Indian Patent Holders

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Philips Files Patent Infringement Case Against Xiaomi

The Dutch technology company, Koninklijke Philips, has moved a patent infringement case against the Chinese Smartphone and Technology Company, Xiaomi, its affiliates, officers, or agents. In this case the Plaintiff has claimed that the Defendants have used the Plaintiff’s Universal Mobile Telecommunication Service (UMTS) enhancement technology such as High-Speed Packet Access  (HSPA), HSPA+, and LTE, … Continue reading Philips Files Patent Infringement Case Against Xiaomi

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