India’s latest computer-related invention rules are a boon to SEP holders, but leave plenty of uncertainty 17 Jul 17
Three weeks ago, the Indian Patent Office released a new set of examination guidelines for computer-related inventions. As I wrote at the time, what was immediately obvious to even my untrained eye was the fact that it had lopped off almost half of the old guidebook by deleting sections that proposed a “novel hardware” requirement and a lengthy list of examples of disallowed patents.
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