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What the India-US BIT could mean for the future of generic drugs in India.

A session on India-US Economic Relations was held in New Delhi yesterday wherein Adewale (Wally) Adeyemo, the Deputy Assistant to the US President and Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economics,  was… 572 more words

Intellectual Property Law

Should SEP-holders undertake not to seek injunctions (Lessons from Paramount v. Sky)? (Part I)

Earlier this week, the European Commission (EC) in an ongoing antitrust investigation accepted binding commitments from Paramount Pictures Corporation (Paramount) to not enforce restrictive copyright licensing conditions against Sky TV. 1,033 more words

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Indian Patent Office rejects Saxagliptin compulsory licence application

Another article which Radhika & I had written for the Oxford Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice on the Saxagliptin compulsory licence case was published online this month. 52 more words

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Competition Commission of India issues probe order against Monsanto

Radhika & I had co-authored an article on the February ’16 order of the Competition Commission of India whereby the CCI had ordered probe into anti-competitive practices by Monsanto. 66 more words

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[Part-I] Philip Morris v. Uruguay- Indirect Expropriation, Police Power, Trademarks and More.

The arbitral tribunal of Prof. Piero Bernardini (President), Mr. Gary Born, Judge Prof. James Crawford in Philip Morris v. Oriental Republic of Uruguay (ICSID Case No. 2,223 more words

Public International Law

Intellectual Property- Protecting organizations or individuals patents and proprietary processes

n the modern business world, intellectual property has emerged an asset in itself. Registering intellectual property (IP) and protecting it has become a burgeoning market – thanks to the price IP can now command during partnerships, mergers, and takeovers. 611 more words

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Licensing of GM Technology on FRAND terms

In May 2016, the Government released draft guidelines for GM technology licensing agreements; the draft Guidelines propose that GM technology providers (such as Monsanto) shall license their technology on fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory (FRAND) terms. 940 more words

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