A patentee is a person who is entered in the register of patents as the grantee or proprietor of a patent for the time being. The person to whom the patent has been granted is known as Patentee. The Patentee is entitled to use the property or invention in the same manner as the owner of any movable property.View More Rights of patentees
A patent agent is a person who is registered and authorized by law to practice before an Indian Patent Office and deal with patent applications. The expertise of a patent agent is used to protect intellectual property and prevent infringement. In order to become a patent agent, one has to qualify the Indian Patent Agent Exam conducted by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade.View More Qualifications and rights of the patent agent in India
A patent is an exclusive right or title that is conferred to a person or an inventor by the government, for an invented or manufactured article, for a limited period, so as to prohibit others from using, exploiting or selling an invention. The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) defines a patent as an “exclusive right granted for an invention, which is a product or a process that provides, in general, a new way of doing something, or offers a new technical solution to a problem.View More What is a provisional application and its complete specifications?
This international aspect of protecting inventions under the patent law has been introduced under Chapter XXII of the Patents Act, 1970 which deals with International Arrangements. The patent applications which are received under the aegis of the Paris Convention, 1883 and the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), 1970 to which India is also a member are dealt with under the provisions of this chapter.View More International Arrangements under Patent Law
Focus Keyword- Examination of application Additional keywords- Section 12, Section 13, Search for anticipation Request and Examination of Patent Application After a patent application is…View More Examination of Patent Application
Introduction The case of Novartis AG v. Union of India (Civil Appeal Nos. 2706-2716 of 2013), is the most distinguished judgment on the Patent rights…View More Novartis AG v. Union of India
Intellectual property rights are awarded to individuals over creative works: inventions, literature, writings, designs etc. These rights give the owner the right to protect the…View More 3D Printing of Organs and Patent Concerns in India