Patent filing guide describing how to patent an idea or an invention and who can file a patent in India as an applicant and an inventor based of Indian patent laws.
Amendment to Drug Trials Rules In recent years, India has made a name for itself in the international pharmaceutical arena as a preferred destination for leading global companies to conduct clinical trials and there exists a basic regulatory regime governing the conduct of clinical trials. In due course of time, adequate knowledge of good clinical… Continue reading Ethical & Regulatory Issues in Conducting Clinical Trials in India
The Federal Circuit on July 29, 2011, held in a 2-1 decision that isolated BRCA1/2 DNA molecules used for diagnosing increased breast and ovarian cancer risk are eligible for patent protection under 35 U.S.C. §101. Association for Molecular Pathology v. USPTO, Fed. Cir., No. 2010-1406, 7/29/2011. In addition, the panel unanimously agreed that claims on… Continue reading Isolated DNA Molecules used for Cancer Screening Are Patent Eligible
In the past few decades, globalization phenomenon has received considerable attention and has fashioned both the discourse and the behaviour of academics, policymakers and managers. One symptom of a globalizing world is the surfacing of entrepreneurial start-ups that have an international outlook from inception. However, before early-stage entrepreneurs can go to market, they must literally… Continue reading Patent: Pillars of Biotech Companies
In a healthy development, Indian Patent Office has published following two documents today: Pharmaceutical Product Patents granted in last three years (Download document by clicking here) Pharmaceutical Product Patents granted to Foreign Applicants in last three years (Download document by clicking here) The legal implications of such publications shall be discussed in later posts that will… Continue reading IPO Publishes a List of Pharmaceutical Product Patents Granted in the Past Three Years