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Gauntlett & Associates Obtains Full Award of Attorneys' Fees and Costs Incurred Against Claimant

On April 1, 2015 Judge James V. Selna of the United States District Court, Central District of California, Southern Division, entered an order on behalf of Defendant, Armano Luxury Alloys, Inc. 295 more words

Intellectual Property

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How to Get Extension for Your Patent?

Inventions, patented after 1996, can enjoy protection for 20 years. However, once the terms of these patents get expired, they automatically come into the public domain and become public property. 357 more words

IP Law

Indian drug companies once saved millions by producing cheap medicines – but no more

Source: Scroll

30 March 2015

Instead of making cheaper generic versions, pharmaceutical companies are being lured by voluntary licensing agreements.

Between life and death often there is a patent. 1,958 more words

Access To Medicines

WIPO, SIPO and USPTO: US-China Patent Filing Trends

Chinese Activity at WIPO

A WIPO report released on March 19 noted that Huawei, with 3,442 published PCT applications, overtook Panasonic as the largest applicant in 2014. 357 more words


Should All Drugs Be Patentable? A Comparative Perspective

Source: Infojustice

Abstract: Although there has been substantial discussion of the proper scope of patentable subject matter in recent years, drugs have been overlooked. This Article begins to address that gap with a comparative perspective. 170 more words