The Indian patent office defines software inventions under the category of Computer Related Inventions, one or more features of which are embodied wholly or partially by means of a computer program(s). Such inventions have been described in the guidelines published by the patent office for examination of computer related inventions, or CRIs.
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Patent Attorney in India – Role of Patent Attorney in India – Patent Lawyer in India
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Patent Research Guide For Inventors
Patent due diligence refers to an audit to assess patents owned by, or licensed to, a company, business or individual.
Apple v. Samsung – Patent Wars
Whenever we buy or use a smartphone, many of us ignore the fact that lot of research worth millions of dollars has gone behind creating such a smart device, that too for a span of many years. The only legitimate way available to such technology corporations for protecting their research work is to file for… Continue reading Apple v. Samsung – Patent Wars
Patent Lawyer: Legal Expert in Protecting Technology Innovations by Patents
Role of Patent Attorney in Protection of Business Ideas & Intangible Assets In present economic landscape, a crucial part of business involves enduring competition by securing strong intellectual property rights. Consequently, an important factor used during the valuation of a company is the strength and ownership of their intangible assets duly protected by solid and… Continue reading Patent Lawyer: Legal Expert in Protecting Technology Innovations by Patents
Why is Patent Search Required?
Prior art searches can have serious financial consequences as they can put into question a research programme or the commercialization of a new product or process. While one can adopt, in an initial phase, an amateurish approach, the complete analysis must be left to information specialists using professional tools.
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