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    patents cases

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    Patents Wheatley v Drillsafe Ltd. (2001) Wheatley v Drillsafe Ltd. Facts: Wheatley (W)‚ the proprietor and licensee of a European patent relating to a threaded hole cutting device‚ appealed against a decision holding that the patent was invalid on the ground of common general knowledge and accordingly should be revoked‚ and also that‚ in any event‚ there had been no infringement of the patent by Drillsafe (D) and others. Contentions: D maintained‚ inter alia‚ that its use of a semi-penetrating

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    Patent Law

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    Singapore Patents Act * Rule against double-patenting – S14(3) * Disclosures to be disregarded – S14(4) * Transactions in Patents – S41 * Inventorship and Ownership - S2‚ S19‚ S20‚ S24 * Co-ownership - S46 * Anti-competitive practices‚ tie-in provision S51‚ tie-up S52 * License of Right – S53 * Compulsory licence – S55 * Government rights to use – S56 * Scope of government rights – S60 * Exhaustion of right – S66(2)(g) * Prior Honest User Rights – S71 * Exclusive license – S74 * Effect

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    Patents in India

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    History of Indian Patent System | | 1856 | THE ACT VI OF 1856 ON PROTECTION OF INVENTIONS BASED ON THE BRITISH PATENT LAW OF 1852. CERTAIN EXCLUSIVE PRIVILEGES GRANTED TO INVENTORS OF NEW MANUFACTURERS FOR A PERIOD OF 14 YEARS. | 1859 | THE ACT MODIFIED AS ACT XV; PATENT MONOPOLIES CALLED EXCLUSIVE PRIVILEGES (MAKING. SELLING AND USING INVENTIONS IN INDIA AND AUTHORIZING OTHERS TO DO SO FOR 14 YEARS FROM DATE OF FILING SPECIFICATION). | 1872 | THE PATENTS & DESIGNS PROTECTION ACT. |

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    Patent

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    DRAFT SYLLABUS FOR ADVANCE TRAINING OF EXAMINERS OF PATENTS AND DESIGNS NOTE: 1. ALL THE EXAMINERS SHALL SELECT AT LEAST 5 PATENT APPLICATION NUMBERS ALLOTTED TO THEM AND AWAITING EXAMINATION AND SEND THE NUMBERS BEFORE HAND TO RGNIIPM. 2. SINCE THE TEACHING METHOD IN THIS TRAINING IS BASICALLY BASED ON DISCUSSION / INTERACTION‚ EXAMINERS ARE REQUIRED TO EXHIBIT PROPER DECORUM. 3. THE WHOLE SYLLABUS WILL NOT BE PROVIDED TO THE EXAMINERS. THEY WILL BE PROVIDED DETAILS OF ONLY THE

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    Patents act 1970

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    THE PATENTS ACT‚ 1970 [39 of 1970‚ dt. 19-9-1970] [As amended by Patents (Amdt.) Act‚ 2005 (15 of 2005)‚ dt. 4-4-2005] An Act to amend and consolidate the law relating to patents Be it enacted by Parliament in the Twenty first Year of the Republic of India as follows: CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY 1. Short title‚ extent and commencement (1) This Act may be called the Patents Act‚ 1970. (2) It extends to the whole of India. (3) It shall come into force on such date as the Central Government may

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    Patent Law

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    Topic 2 Patents and Computer Software (Part 1) What is a Patent? It is a right granted by law to an individual who has created an invention in a form of product or process‚ which is new. In other words‚ a patent simply means a right to an invention. Darcy v. Allin (1602) Co Rep 84 b Stroud’s Judicial Dictionary of Words And Phrases: letters patent for an invention Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English: a paper from a government office (the Patent Office) giving someone

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    Patent Law

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    involves an inventive step and is industrially applicable shall be Patentable. It may be‚ or may relate to‚ a product‚ or process‚ or an improvement of any of the foregoing. (Section 21) Non-Patentable Inventions. — The following shall be excluded from patent protection: 22.1. Discoveries‚ scientific theories and mathematical methods; 22.2. Schemes‚ rules and methods of performing mental acts‚ playing games or doing business‚ and programs for computers; 22.3. Methods for treatment of the human or animal

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    Patent Act

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    Patents Act‚ 1970 Patents Act‚ 1970 is designed to protect inventions in respect of manufacture‚ machine or process of manufacture. On the other hand‚ the Copyright Act‚ 1957 is to protect rights of artists‚ authors‚ producers of films‚ computer software owners etc. Patent is an exclusive rights granted to the patent holder‚ for a limited period‚ as a reward for creative work based on his private initiative. ‘Creativity’ is accorded the status of ‘property’ which can be bought‚ sold‚ licensed or

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    Patent Trolls

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    are acting on your understanding on what is right & wrong". This definition will be used later to explain the integrity (or the lack thereof) in most IP-related tech lawsuits. Public Radio International’s "This American Life" episode "When Patents Attack..." examined the nature of these technology lawsuits involving Intellectual Property. These types of lawsuits are of the same varity that the two tech giants Apple & Samsung are currrently litigating. This American Life’s report focused on

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    Novelty of a Patent

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    Assignment On Novelty of Patent NOVELTY OF PATENT Abstract 1. The invention brings out an apparatus and method for analyzing bacteria. The apparatus includes a section for preparing an analyte sample from specimen and a detector to detect optical information from each particle in this analyte sample. It also has a controller to detect the non-fermentative

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