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Character Merchandising
Character merchandising is a marketing method by which goods or services similar or related to the well-known real or imaginary character are made for appealing the customers.
India
22 Aug 2019
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Cosmetics Manufacturers May Submit Product Composition Details Before Licensing Their Products
Central Government, in order to enhance the safety of the cosmetic products, has proposed the product composition details clause shall be mentioned in the approval issued by the licensing authority in the country.
India
19 Mar 2019
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Patent Licensing
A patent is a right granted to the owner to stop others from using his invention without his consent for making, using, selling or offering for sale his patent.
India
21 Dec 2018
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Industrial Design Protection In India: The Designs Act, 2000
The Designs Act, 2000 ("the Act"), is a complete code in itself and protection under it is wholly statutory in nature.
India
26 Nov 2018
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Central Government To Increase Regulatory Fee For Various Drug Licensing Activities
On October 5, 2018, the Central Government, in consultation with the Drugs Technical Advisory Board, proposed rules to amend Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, 19451 (D&C Rules, 1945) with an intention to revise fee ...
India
22 Nov 2018
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Centre Proposes Draft e-Pharmacy Rules To Regulate Online Sale Of Drugs
On August 28, 2018, the Central Government proposed ePharmacy draft rules under Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1945.
India
22 Oct 2018
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License Of Rights In Patents
‘License of Rights' seems a good option for Patentees, who are seeking to license their patents, but do not have resources and time for commercialization of Patents yet want to benefit from their Patents.
India
10 Apr 2018
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Patent Monetization
A patent is an intangible asset. It reflects owner's right to profit from his creation, an invention. However, merely owning the rights in a patent does not amount to actual cash flow ...
India
29 Jan 2018
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Submission Of Working Report: A Mandate Requirement For Every Patentee And Licensee
The mandate requirement of working statement for every patent granted in India has been very well defined in section 146 (2)the Patents Act, 1970.
India
29 Jan 2018
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India And Britain Sign MoUs On Intellectual Property Rights
On Monday, 07th December, 2016, INDIA and Britain signed memoranda of understanding (MoUs) on intellectual property rights (IPR).
India
31 May 2017
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Cabinet Approves India's IPR Policy
The Union Cabinet on 13 May 20161 approved the National Intellectual Property (IPR) policy roadmap to foster creativity and innovation, promote entrepreneurship and enhance socio development...
India
23 May 2017
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Naked Licensing: Safeguarding The Eminence
A trademark prevents confusion in mind of consumer as to goods and services and facilitates to a consumer in getting level of quality of goods and service.
India
18 Apr 2017
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"Compulsory Licensing" – Every Request For Compulsory License Will Not Be Granted And Special Powers Of The Government In Exceptional Circumstances
The issue of compulsory licensing of patents has been deliberated, discussed and commented upon at several forums.
India
14 Mar 2017
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Revised National IPR Policy India- From Industry And Public Development Perspective
May 2016 marked a new era in the history of IPR policy and regulation in India. The Union Cabinet on May-12- 2016 approved the much anticipated "National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy"...
India
10 Jan 2017
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IPO Rejects Compulsory Licensing Application Against The Patented Drug SAXAGLIPTIN By Lee Pharma
An application for Compulsory Licensing against 'SAXAGLIPTIN' drug was filed by Lee Pharma, a Hyderabad based Indian pharma company, dated 29.06.2015.'SAXAGLIPTIN' is protected...
India
25 Feb 2016
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Compulsory License: The Most Happening Section Of The Patents Act, 1970
In a year 2012, when Patent office issued India's first Compulsory license (CL) to Natco for Nexavar - sorafenib tosylate, Indian Patent law has gained lot of importance worldwide.
India
15 Oct 2015
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From Copyright To Right To Copy: "World Of Open Sources"
With the advent of internet, open- source software initiatives, General public licenses, and conception of copyleft the present copyright is under fire.
India
23 Oct 2014
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Licensing And Technology Transfer: A Glance On Indian Scenario
Technology Transfer is the process by which the information or knowledge related to the technological aspects travel within the group or between the organizations or entity.
India
13 Oct 2014
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Patent Pool
Patent pool is an association of two or more companies to cross license their patents in respect to a particular technology.
India
7 Jul 2014
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Can Compulsory License (CL) Be A Legal Tool For Pharmaceutical Industry? ‘An Overview Of The CL Under The Indian Pharma Industry
Natco's compulsory license to make and sell generic version of the patented cancer treatment Nexavar is first CL to be issued in the Indian Patents system.
India
1 May 2014
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