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Thaler v. Commissioner, Procedural Relaxations in Patents Act, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.34 25th August, 2021 Hi, This week we discuss the landmark case from Australia where a federal court ruled that DABUS, an AI device, is capable of being recognised as an inventor. This judgement is a watershed moment in the evolution of intellectual property laws on a global scale. The blog …

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Communication Components v. Mobi Antenna, Review of the Intellectual Property Regime in India, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.33 18th August, 2021 Hi, This week’s judgement is from the High Court of Delhi and deals with the determination of lack of inventive step in suit patent, and its revocation thereof. The blog post for this week is a follow up on the previous article regarding the Parliamentary Committee’s report …

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Sulphur Mills v. Dharmaj Crop, India recognises the first AI author, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No. 32 11th August, 2021 Hi, This week’s judgement is from the High Court of Delhi, regarding the test of novelty in a patent. The Court examined the subject patent and a previous application by the same patentee to determine whether the subject patent was invalid on the grounds of anticipation …

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Astrazeneca v. Intas, DABUS: The first AI Inventor, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.31 4th August, 2021 Hi, This week’s judgement is from the High Court of Delhi regarding an appeal filed by Astrazeneca, challenging a previous order by the same court regarding interim relief of injunction against Intas Pharmaceuticals for protection of its patented compound Dapagliflogin. Our blogpost this week is an interesting …

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Merck Sharpe v. SMS Pharmaceuticals, Review of the IP regime in India, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.30 28th July, 2021 Hi, This week’s judgement deals with the exemption offered under Section 107A of the Patents Act, 1970. The Court in this instant case also studied the Bayer Corporation judgement and its explanation regarding the safe harbour under Section 107A. This week’s blog post briefly discusses the Parliamentary …

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FMC Corporation v. Natco Pharma, Patent Agents and Patent Attorneys, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No. 29 21st July, 2021 Hi, This week’s Newsletter discusses a judgement by the Delhi High Court where the patent was sought to be revoked on the grounds of obviousness. The Judgement also deals with the dichotomy between disclosure and coverage in a Markush claim patent. Our blogpost this week discusses …

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Mold Tek v. SD Containers, Patent Waiver, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No. 28 14th July, 2021. Hi, This week we discuss an order passed by the High Court of Madhya Pradesh regarding jurisdiction of commercial disputes in cases where the High Court does not have original civil jurisdiction, nor does it have a functioning Commercial Division. The blogpost for this week is …

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Bharati Rathore v. Union of India, Vaccine Regulation and IP, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.27 7th July, 2021 Hi, This week’s judgement is from the Delhi High Court and deals with the procedural side of patents law. The case concerns the selection procedure of Examiners of Patents and is a lesson in procedural fairness. Following up on an older article regarding the suspension of IP …

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United States Gypsum Company v. Assistant Controller, Role of Patent Agents in Patent System, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.26 30th June, 2021 Hi, This week’s judgement is from the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), Mumbai Bench which discusses the objections based on lack of inventive step of the claim in respect to an invention pertaining to a flooring system. It also highlights the nature of amendments that are allowed …

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Dow Agrosciences v. Controller, Patentability of Computer Related Inventions, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.25 23rd June, 2021 Hi, This week’s judgement is from the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), Chennai Bench which discusses the objection on lack of inventive step of the claim in respect to an invention pertaining to transformation events in cotton plants. This week’s blog post gives a summary of statutory …

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Tony Mon George v. Assistant Controller, Amendments of Patent in Indian Patent Law, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.24 16th June, 2021 Hi, This week’s judgement is from the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), Kolkata Bench which discusses the objection on lack of inventive step of the claims in respect to an invention pertaining to centrifugal separator. This week’s blogpost gives an exhaustive overview of the amendments of patents …

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Willowood Chemicals v. Assistant Controller, Parallel Import in Indian Patent Act, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.23 9th June, 2021   Hi, This week’s judgement is from the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), Delhi Bench which discusses the objections of lack of inventive step and section 3(e) of the Patent Act, 1970 in respect to an herbicidal composition. The case also appreciates synergy determination in such composition. …

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TVS Motor Company v. Controller, Proof of Right in Indian Patent Application, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.22 2nd June, 2021 Hi, This week’s judgement is from the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), Chennai Bench which discusses the objections based on lack of Novelty of the claim in respect to an anti-roll bar suspension system for three wheeler motor vehicle. This week’s blogpost gives an exhaustive overview of …

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InterDigital v. Xiaomi, Commercial Working Statement of Patents in India, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.21 26th May, 2021 Hi, This week’s judgement is from Delhi High Court which discusses the execution or enforcement of Anti-suit Injunction in a SEP patent infringement dispute. This case also appreciates the Jurisprudence of passing an Anti-Anti-Suit Injunction by the Court, when the proceedings are still pending in a foreign …

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Novartis AG v. Controller, Selection Patents in Indian Framework, Drafting a Patent

The LexCampus Weekly Newsletter No.20 19th May, 2021 Hi, This week’s judgement is from the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), Delhi Bench which discusses the adjournment of hearing by the Controller, thereby delay in grant of patents in such cases where a series of pre-grant oppositions are filed. This case also appreciates certain directions issued …

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