Patent Licensing in India: What's Inside

Patent Licensing in India: What’s Inside?

Licensing is a procedure in which the owner of the product provides the right to a third person to seek benefits from the product. Similarly, in patent licensing the owner provides the right to another party or individual to make, use and sell the licensed product. Generally, the license agreement includes the agreement of the[…]

IP Treaties

Important IP Treaties & Agreements: You Must Know About!

Being a significant part of the IP industry, we understand the importance of being up-to-date about every innovation, taking place around us. The more updated you are, the better will be your services and moves to counter the opposing parties. Since, IP is a field that deals with all the techno-legal aspects, one needs to[…]

Digital Access Service System

India Enters WIPO Digital Access Service System

India is the newest country to join the WIPO Digital Access Service or DAS System. The WIPO-India Cooperation Agreement was established on March  31, 2018. It was established between the Indian Patent Office (IPO) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). Therefore, we must learn about this new DAS system. What is the Digital Access[…]

Top 6 Challenges & Issues In Intellectual Property Rights (India)

India joined WTO (World Trade Organization) and became a signatory of the TRIPS (Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual rights) agreements in the year of 1995. With this, all the signatories were supposed to align their IP rules in conformation with the TRIPS agreement. However, developing countries like India were granted a window period of 10 years[…]

Benefits of e-Filing Patent Applications in India

The technological landscape is changing swiftly, and it has penetrated almost every aspect of human life. Same goes true for Indian Patent Office and before 2007 when inventors manually file their patents with mountains of paperwork that was tedious not only for the applicant but also for the Indian Patent Office. All stakeholders including the[…]

Patent Revocation In India

Patent Revocation In India: All You Need To Know!

Do you think that your patent even after its grant, will remain safe from any third party until its expiry? Well, to clear up a pile of misconceptions from your sight, you need to know that patents are not safe before or even after its grant. Patent grant does not mean put your patent in a[…]

How to file patent in India

How to file Patent in India- Requirements | Procedure | Specifications | Forms

Any Indian citizen, organization, business, or any international client holds the eligibility to file a patent in India, on an individual basis or joint basis. There is a provision that not only the true inventor has the authority, but also an assignee has the authority to seek for patent protection in India. In case of an[…]

Patent Filing Precautions for Startups: Top 3

When startups take charge of filing a patent, and if it was their first patent, they might not be able to show their best results in the first filed patent, due to lack of knowledge about the patent fundamentals and awareness about the IP filed. Generally, the first patent is always the least valuable patent[…]

How to File Different Types of Patent Applications?

How to File Different Types of Patent Applications? : Let us first understand the various types of patent applications in detail. Patent applications may be classified into six different categories on the basis of its functionality, such as Ordinary, Convention-based, Divisional, Patent of Addition, PCT National Phase Application, and international patent application. Read Also: Patent Application[…]