Pharmaceutical Patenting In India: Issues And Concerns

Drug patenting or pharmaceutical patenting simply means patenting the pharmaceutical drugs or the process of making them or both. This right allows the inventors to monopolize the drugs they manufacture which could mean some harm to the ones who cannot afford these drugs for the amount that is quote...
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Balancing Patent Rights and Need for Introduction of The Concept of Fair Use in Patent Law

The enforcement of the IP Rights must be in conducive to a balance of rights and obligations. The law seeks for a balance between rights of the inventor of a patent and his obligations towards the country or humanity in general. In other words, it can be stated that there is a need to strike balanc...
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The Concept of Traditional knowledge and patent issues

INTRODUCTION The traditional knowledge of Indian products is more valuable than products in several other countries. this can be thanks to the very fact that India is that the place where lots and plenty of valuable resources are found and most of the products are an outcome of a historic cogni...
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Critical Analysis Of Novartis Case In IPR Regime

Introduction: Patent is an exclusive right granted by the Government to the patentee, for new inventions in exchange of full disclosure of his invention for excluding others from making, using, selling, importing the patented product or process for a time period of 20 years. The judgement in the cas...
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Compulsory Licensing in Patent Law

Patenting of innovation gives the patentee exclusive rights to make, use and sell the patent. This right excludes others from having any ownership over the patent and makes it possible for the patentee to monetize the patent at an affordable price, he thinks fit. However, this right could be misused...
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