Shortly before our holiday break, IAM updated readers on the situation at the Indian Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB). The body, which hears appeals of Indian Patent Office decisions and orders, had been without a leader for almost 18 months. For that entire period it has lacked a quorum to decide on any case involving patents, and so a backlog has steadily built.

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