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Category Archives: Indian Patent Law
20th May, 2019 New Delhi 16 May 2019 To Shri Ramesh Abhishek Secretary, Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Room No.157 Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi Telephone : 2306 1815, 2306 1667, 23061598(F) … Continue reading
People living with hepatitis C and HIV challenge evergreening patents on lifesaving hepatitis C drugs in India
New Delhi, 10 July 2018: Delhi Network of Positive People (DNP+) has filed today two patent oppositions before the Indian patent office, challenging additional patent claims by US pharmaceutical corporation-Gilead Sciences for the hepatitis C medicines sofosbuvir and velpatasvir. These … Continue reading
Source: Intellectual Property Watch | May 21, 2018 On 1 April 2013, in a packed room inside India’s Supreme Court, a magnificent building in Indo-British architectural style, two judges delivered a verdict that impacted the national and global conversation about … Continue reading
Source: Live Law | May 27, 2018 A recently published report “Pharmaceutical Patent Grants in India: How our safeguards against evergreening have failed and why the system must be reformed“, by Dr. Feroz Ali, Dr. Sudarsan Rajagopal, Dr. Venkata S. … Continue reading
Source: Scroll.in | May 02, 2018 India’s patent laws are under attack again. This time, too, the target is a provision not commonly found in patent laws elsewhere. This rule requires patent holders to disclose whether they are working their … Continue reading
Report on Pharmaceutical Patents in India – How our safeguards against evergreening have failed, and why the system must be reformed
The recent report on “Pharmaceutical Patent Grants in India How our safeguards against evergreening have failed, and why the system must be reformed” shows immense irregularities in grant of patents in the country. Over the past decades India’s patent system has … Continue reading
Source: live mint | April 27, 2018 Pharmaceutical companies commonly used legal argument, as opposed to demonstrating proof of therapeutic efficacy, to overcome anti-evergreening objections India has been at the forefront of developing an alternative model of patent law which … Continue reading