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A Study On: Novartis AG v. Union Of India
Intellectual property is an intangible form of property while a ‘Patent' is a subset of intellectual property.
India
17 Jul 2019
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Patent Term Extension In Different Countries
They are also open to patent term adjustments and corrections too.
Worldwide
9 Jul 2019
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Correct Interpretation Of Section 107A Of The Indian Patents Act: Judgement In Bayer vs. Natco & Alembic
In a recent decision, the Divisional bench of Delhi high court has dealt with correct interpretation of Section 107A of the Patents Act, 1970, commonly known as the Bolar provision.
India
22 May 2019
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Whether State Is An Abettor In Alcohol Related Crimes ?
The Hon'ble High Court of Madras is currently dealing with a very interesting issue "Whether the State Government is an abettor in the alcohol-related crimes or not?"
India
8 May 2019
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FSSAI Regulations With Respect To Statutory Warning On Liquors
There are laws with respect to safeguards and health measures for all citizens in the country.
India
3 May 2019
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U.S. Jury Upheld Validity Of Two Patents For Amgen Inc's Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Repatha® (Evolocumab)
US healthcare giant Amgen has successfully defended two of its patents related to cholesterol-lowering drug Repatha® (evolocumab).
United States
1 Apr 2019
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Highlights Of National Commission For Indian System Of Medicines Bill, (Need For Preserving, Regulating, Organizing The Age Old Medicine Systems)
As a child growing up in India, or even as an adult, each one of us has had a fair experience of how grandmothers in Indian households peculiarly happen to have herbal prescriptions
India
1 Apr 2019
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Case Comment On Delhi High Court Holding "No Deceptive Similarity In The Marks "Officers's Choice" & "Fauji"
The Hon'ble Delhi High Court has recently held that there is no deceptive similarity between the marks "Officer's Choice" and "Fauji" and has rejected Allied Blenders and Distillers Pvt Ltd's trademark infringement suit for its mark ‘Officer's Choice' against the owner of another alcoholic beverage, ‘Fauji'.
India
7 Mar 2019
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Deceptive Similarity And Judicial View
Trademarks play a vital role in creating a brand name and goodwill of any business. Not only does it helps in creating a brand value but also, aids in revenue generation.
India
27 Feb 2019
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Thailand's Government Orders Halt To Medical Marijuana Patents
By now, she had begun using cannabis in the form of oil as an alternative to smoking.
India
21 Feb 2019
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Drugs (Prices Control) Amendment Order, 2019 To Soothe The Price Control Wound?
The recommendations have faced a lot of backlash from multinational pharmaceutical companies.
India
20 Feb 2019
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Case Comment On Delhi High Court Holding "No Deceptive Similarity In The Marks "Officers's Choice" & "Fauji"
The Hon'ble Delhi High Court has recently held that there is no deceptive similarity between the marks "Officer's Choice" and "Fauji" and has rejected Allied Blenders and Distillers Pvt Ltd's trademark infringement...
India
14 Feb 2019
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Thailand, Soon To Be Asia's Medical Marijuana Hub
The latest development in Thailand is that it will soon legalize "medical marijuana", thereby, it will become the first Asian country to legalize marijuana for medical use and research
Thailand
18 Jan 2019
14
Compulsory Licensing In Africa
Africa bears a very heavy burden of disease and its poor pharmaceutical manufacturing capacity forces it to rely heavily upon imports from other countries to fulfil its basic needs.
India
18 Jan 2019
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Strict Examination Criteria Needed For Drug Patents
Patentability of pharmaceutical drugs and other issue associated with the patent have been a moot point all over the world.
India
17 Jan 2019
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Pharma Companies Extend Patent Life With Slight Modifications
Since drug development carries unknown risks and extensive research and development which consumes several years.
India
3 Jan 2019
17
Non-Patent Exclusivity In US & EU
Non-patent exclusivity or Regulatory exclusivity is the core profit driver of the pharma industry.
Worldwide
2 Jan 2019
18
Pharma Companies Extent Patent Life With Slight Modifications
Pharmaceutical industry is one of the most potential industry which has huge profit margins.
India
27 Dec 2018
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E- Pharmacy In India (Ban Or No Ban)
It cannot be debated that E-pharmacy cannot be equated with normal e-commerce platform.
India
27 Dec 2018
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GI Successfully Granted To Scotch Whisky In Indonesia
Scotch Whisky is made in Scotland for more than 500 years and it has grown from a cottage industry, where farmers distilled their left over barley to prevent it going to waste...
Indonesia
20 Dec 2018
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