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Prof. Christopher Seaman Co-Authors Letter to Congress Opposing the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2015

Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Seaman has co-authored (with Professors Eric Goldman, David Levine, and Sharon Sandeen) a letter to Congress signed by 42 IP law professors opposing the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2015.   88 more words


Jeremy Phillips' retirement

Jeremy Phillips one of the most well-known IP practitioner and blogmeister in the world announced his retirement. This is quite sad news for the whole IP community. 40 more words

Prof. Christopher Seaman presents at Fourth Annual Patent Colloquium

Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Seaman presented at the Fourth Annual Patent Colloquium on Friday, November 20, 2015.  The colloquium was hosted by the… 131 more words


Role of Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB)

Role of Intellectual Property Appellate Board


Intellectual Property Appellate Board was constituted on 5th September 2003 with the intention of hearing and adjudicating appeals against the decisions of the registrar under the Indian Trademarks Act 1999 and Indian Geographical Indication of Goods Act, 1999. 3,338 more words

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Will Section 3(d) Make India A Patent-Free Zone?

In its implementation of the TRIPS Agreement, India incorporated a clever provision into its Patents Act. This clever provision, Section 3(d), is essentially aimed at preventing the grant of secondary patents on trivial modifications of existing drugs. 433 more words

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Innovate Calgary sixth in world in University Business Incubator rankings

Innovate Calgary is rated sixth in the world in the 2015 University Business Incubator World Rankings which looks at incubators managed or formally affiliated with a university. 135 more words


Compulsory Licensing of Patents in India

Introduction to Compulsory Licensing

Compulsory Licensing (CL) has been an integral part of the patent regime since its inception. The introduction of patents in Venice in the fifteenth century was accompanied by a broad set of rules which included the state’s right to issue a compulsory licence… 5,032 more words

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