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Strategic importance of Intellectual Property in Mergers and Acquisitions

Did you know that Volkswagen purchased Rolls Royce Motor Company without realizing that they did not own Rolls Royce name and its trademark, and that name and trademark was owned by BMW, a direct competitor to Volkswagen? Seems incredulous, but this did happen, and VW purchased all rights to manufacture Rolls Royce car along with the Rolls Royce factory and staff in Crewe, UK but did not have any rights to brand it with the same name. Neither they had any engines for its car as BMW was producing engines for Rolls Royce. Rolls Royce factory in Crewe was manufacturing...

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Labeling product as “Patent Pending”

From the date of filing of patent application to the grant is a long procedure and often disappoints the inventor for the reason that grant of patent is going to take long time and securing patent of his interest becomes a great worry till then. However, when a patent application is filed (provisional or complete specification), patent office issues a receipt on which date of filing or priority date is stated. It is worth noting that from that date, the product for which patent has been applied for  or product made by a process for which patent has been applied for...

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Unity of Invention: Indian Patent law perspective

As per Indian Patent Law, one patent application shall  relate to a single invention. However, if more than one inventions are to be claimed in single application, it is necessary to establish that the inventions so claimed have unity and they form a single inventive concept. The golden rule is that the claim (s) of a complete specification shall relate to a single invention, i.e. the concept of unity of invention shall be there. According to Section 10 of the Patents Act 1970, if claims refer to a group of inventions, such inventions shall form a single inventive concept. The claims shall...

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“PATENT PROTECTION IN INDIA”

‘New directive cements the situation’ - https://www.deutsche-apotheker-zeitung.de/news/artikel/2016/05/27/neu-richtlinie-zementiert-die-situation "Bindu Sharma, patent attorney for Origiin IP Solutions in Bangalore, told pharmabiz.com: "With this national IPR directive, India has once again clearly made its point of view on maintaining the balance between public health and patent rights."...

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