Archive: January, 2012

Appeal filed by Dhariwal Industries Ltd. and Rasiklal Manikchand Dhariwal dismissed  by The Supreme Court of India

Appeal filed by Dhariwal Industries Ltd. and Rasiklal Manikchand Dhariwal dismissed by The Supreme Court of India

The Supreme Court of India dismissed the appeal filed by Dhariwal Industries Ltd. and Rasiklal Manikchand Dhariwal (appellants) that raises questions of legality of an ex parte decree passed by the trial court and affirmed by the High Court of Madhya Pradesh. The trial court held that appellants do not have right to use the […]

Appeal filed by Dhariwal Industries Ltd. and Rasiklal Manikchand Dhariwal dismissed by The Supreme Court of India

Appeal filed by Dhariwal Industries Ltd. and Rasiklal Manikchand Dhariwal dismissed by The Supreme Court of India

The Supreme Court of India dismissed the appeal filed by Dhariwal Industries Ltd. and Rasiklal Manikchand Dhariwal (appellants) that raises questions of legality of an ex parte decree passed by the trial court and affirmed by the High Court of Madhya Pradesh. The trial court held that appellants do not have right to use the […]

The Patent & Trademark Office has completed the recruitment process for Patenet Examiners

The Patent & Trademark Office has completed the recruitment process for Patenet Examiners

The recruitment process for appointment of 248 new Patent Examiners has been completed by the Patent & Trademark Office. The increase in the number of patent examiners by 248 will help in clearing the backlog of pending patent applications as these examiners are together expected to examine about 30,000 more applications per year.

The recruitment process for appointment of 248 new Patent Examiners has been completed by the Patent & Trademark Office. The increase in the number of patent examiners by 248 will help in clearing the backlog of pending patent applications as these examiners are together expected to examine about 30,000 more applications per year.
The Patent & Trademark Office has completed the recruitment process for Patenet Examiners

The Patent & Trademark Office has completed the recruitment process for Patenet Examiners

The recruitment process for appointment of 248 new Patent Examiners has been completed by the Patent & Trademark Office. The increase in the number of patent examiners by 248 will help in clearing the backlog of pending patent applications as these examiners are together expected to examine about 30,000 more applications per year.

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The recruitment process for appointment of 248 new Patent Examiners has been completed by the Patent & Trademark Office. The increase in the number of patent examiners by 248 will help in clearing the backlog of pending patent applications as these examiners are together expected to examine about 30,000 more applications per year.

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The Patent & Trademark Office has completed the recruitment process for Patenet Examiners

The Patent & Trademark Office has completed the recruitment process for Patenet Examiners

The recruitment process for appointment of 248 new Patent Examiners has been completed by the Patent & Trademark Office. The increase in the number of patent examiners by 248 will help in clearing the backlog of pending patent applications as these examiners are together expected to examine about 30,000 more applications per year.

The recruitment process for appointment of 248 new Patent Examiners has been completed by the Patent & Trademark Office. The increase in the number of patent examiners by 248 will help in clearing the backlog of pending patent applications as these examiners are together expected to examine about 30,000 more applications per year.
The Patent & Trademark Office has completed the recruitment process for Patenet Examiners

The Patent & Trademark Office has completed the recruitment process for Patenet Examiners

The recruitment process for appointment of 248 new Patent Examiners has been completed by the Patent & Trademark Office. The increase in the number of patent examiners by 248 will help in clearing the backlog of pending patent applications as these examiners are together expected to examine about 30,000 more applications per year.

The recruitment process for appointment of 248 new Patent Examiners has been completed by the Patent & Trademark Office. The increase in the number of patent examiners by 248 will help in clearing the backlog of pending patent applications as these examiners are together expected to examine about 30,000 more applications per year.
INTIPSA webinar - leading international experts examine where tax

INTIPSA webinar – leading international experts examine where tax

INTIPSA webinar – leading international experts examine where tax and accounting rules impact on IP Tax, accounting and IP may seem strange bedfellows but together they can be powerful drivers of a world-class Intellectual Property strategy. In our upcoming INTIPSA webinar, leading international experts examine where tax and accounting rules impact on IP. We explore […]

Examination Procedure for Italian Patent Applications Finally in Place

Examination Procedure for Italian Patent Applications Finally in Place

The long awaited substantive examination procedure has finally arrived for patent applications filed in Italy, although available only for first national filings. The Italian Patent and Trademark Office (Ufficio Italiano Brevetti e Marchi – UIBM) first sends the applicant, or the applicant’s agent, the European Patent Office’s search report and a patentability opinion. Together with […]

Delhi High Court restrained usage of the business name ‘Tata Diamonds’

Delhi High Court restrained usage of the business name ‘Tata Diamonds’

Considering ‘TATA’ a well-known trademark in addition to being registered, Delhi High Court restrained (i) the defendant from using the business name ‘Tata Diamonds’ or any other business name; (ii) the defendant from using the domain name www.tatadiamonds.com or any other web name; which would constitute infringement of the trademark ‘TATA’.

Considering ‘TATA’ a well-known trademark in addition to being registered, Delhi High Court restrained (i) the defendant from using the business name ‘Tata Diamonds’ or any other business name; (ii) the defendant from using the domain name www.tatadiamonds.com or any other web name; which would constitute infringement of the trademark ‘TATA’.

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Focus Group Discussion and Advance Study on the Effect of Madrid Protocol Implementation

Focus Group Discussion and Advance Study on the Effect of Madrid Protocol Implementation

Directorate General of Intellectual Property Rights (DGIPR) initiated a focus group discussion and advance study on “the Effect of Madrid Protocol Implementation” held in Hotel Citra Cikopo – Bogor on 9 – 10 September 2011. This event aimed to obtain suggestions and feedback from the participants to have a comprehensive study that can be used […]

Directorate General of Intellectual Property Rights (DGIPR) initiated a focus group discussion and advance study on “the Effect of Madrid Protocol Implementation” held in Hotel Citra Cikopo – Bogor on 9 – 10 September 2011. This event aimed to obtain suggestions and feedback from the participants to have a comprehensive study that can be used […]
EU Commission focusses on minor topics instead of approaching the real weaknesses of the CPVR system

EU Commission focusses on minor topics instead of approaching the real weaknesses of the CPVR system

Brussels, October 11, 2011 What was meant as a legal discussion ended in a political debate on agricultural practices and patents at the EU Conference on “EU Plant Variety Rights in the 21st century”. The Conference was very well attended by more than 150 participants from the sector – breeders, farmers, growers, politicians, officials and […]

European Commission report on efforts to combat counterfeiting in 2010

European Commission report on efforts to combat counterfeiting in 2010

The European Commission (Taxation and Customs Union) recently released statistics on the activities carried out within the fights against counterfeiting in 2010. The data published by the Commission show on one hand the effectiveness and efficiency of the control system and on the other hand an increasing number of seizures, evidence of a market that […]

CIOPORA introduces the Vice-Secretary General of UPOV to the world of flowers at the Proflora

CIOPORA introduces the Vice-Secretary General of UPOV to the world of flowers at the Proflora

Bogota, September 28 – 30, 2011 From September 28 to 30 the President and the Secretary General of CIOPORA attended the Proflora, one of the world´s largest cut-flower exhibitions. During the inauguration ceremony, attended by ca. 400 people, the President of ASOCOFLORES, Augusto Solano, expressly welcomed the CIOPORA delegation making emphasis on the importance of […]

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