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Ericsson Under Probe By Competition Commission Of India Over It’s SEP
In the present article we are discussing about enforcement of the Ericsson’s standard-essential patents (SEP) relating to wireless technology standards such as GSM, EDGE and 3G in India.
India
27 Mar 2014
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An Insight Into CRI/CII Guidelines (2013)
The recently published CII/CRI 2013 guidelines intend to address all apprehensions, ambiguities, uncertainties about Section 3(k). At the very beginning, the guidelines define important terminologies used while dealing with the CIIs, like "computer system", "data", firmware" , "hardware", "per se" etc.
India
12 Feb 2014
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Steady Flow Of Patent Application In India
The revival of the Indian economy and globalization of markets have thrown open new opportunities in the field of foreign investments and a strong patent regime is a key driver for foreign investment in India, particularly when other competing countries in South East Asia, including China offer better investment climate.
India
11 Jan 2007
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Widening Ambit Of Indian Intellectual Property Regime
The Scenario in the IPR sector has undergone vibrant change in the recent past. This change has not been restricted to the pharmaceutical sector alone, but has extended itself to other systems of Intellectual Property.
India
 
13 Jul 2006
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INTEL Wins Passing Off Action in India
After Infosys case, Intel Corporation V. Retd Admiral B.R. Vasant & Arn. is yet another case of infringement involving top IT brands in India. Like Infosys case, Intel also successfully prosecuted its case; difference being that in former defendant contested his case while the latter was decided exparte.
India
12 Dec 2005
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Data Exclusivity – The Indian Perspective
Under Special 301 of the U.S. Trade Act of 1974 India has been put on the ‘PRIORITY WATCH LIST’ of USTR (United States Trade Representative) for failing to provide an adequate level of protection or enforcement and market access for persons relying on Intellectual Property protection.
India
21 Sep 2004
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