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UK Professor Charts Path to Reconciling IP Rights, Farmers’ Rights

The Graduate Institute Centre for International Environmental Studies in Geneva invited Graham Dutfield, professor of international governance at the University of Leeds, for a public lecture on 20 March on intellectual property, food security, and rural development. He talked about innovation in agriculture, the rationale of IP rights, and measures that could be taken to reconcile IP rights [...]

By |2017-09-08T10:51:30+05:30March 28th, 2017|IP Basics|0 Comments

Intellectual property mistakes that can doom your startups

Startups are the engines that derive innovation in US, the businesses generate new ideas, from the invention that power the device we use only a daily basis to the brand names and logos attached to those products. With the right step in place companies can covert these ideas and intangible assests into valuable property [...]

By |2017-09-08T11:26:19+05:30March 24th, 2017|IP Basics|0 Comments

Ropes & Gray to Spin Off Patent Practice

Boston-based Ropes & Gray plans to spin off about 100 lawyers and staff over the next couple of months in a major restructuring aimed at creating a new patent prosecution practice firm. Joseph Giuliano, co-head of Ropes & Gray’s IP rights management practice in New York, will head the as-yet-unnamed firm.President Donald Trump announced 26 additions [...]

By |2017-09-08T12:14:56+05:30March 9th, 2017|Patent|0 Comments

IPR in a Pharmaceutical Company

The Pharmaceutical industry is driven by intensive investigative research and development addressing healthcare solutions especially for life threatening diseases . Ground Breaking research leading to “blockbuster therapeutic breakthrough” would not have been possible without the support of Intellectual property protection and the research funding made available from commercialization or licensing out of such new [...]

By |2017-09-07T10:53:27+05:30February 24th, 2011|India, IP Basics|0 Comments
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