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Start-ups in life sciences optimising IP value (Market intelligence)
Patents and other intellectual property are increasingly important in life sciences and key drivers in market dynamics.
Sprycel new plausibility threshold for life sciences patents? (Market intelligence)
The Technical Board of Appeal of the European Patent Office (EPO) decision (February 1 2017) upholding the revocation of Bristol-Myer Squibb’s (BMS) European Patent 1169038 for lack of inventive step came as a shock and a surprise for many in the pharmaceutical sector.
Trends in pharma patent litigation in Russia (Market intelligence)
During recent years the number of patent infringement cases in the pharmaceutical field has increased significantly.
Patents and trademarks in Malaysia’s life sciences sector (Market intelligence)
The patent infringement case of Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp v Hovid Bhd (2017 MLJU 77, January 6 2017; Suit 22IP-72-12/2014) centred around Malaysian Patent MY-118194-A (the ‘194 patent).
How European law affects national regulation of life sciences patents (Market intelligence)
As is the case with any office or court of a country party to the European Patent Convention (EPC) deciding on the revocation of a patent, the Polish Patent Office (PPO) faces a major challenge whenever local regulations do not fully overlap with EPC regulations.
Overview of regulatory reform in China (Market intelligence)
With the development of the economy, China has become the second largest pharmaceuticals market in the world.
Undisclosed disclaimers in Europe regulations reloaded (Market intelligence)
In most cases, during the examination of a patent application before grant or during opposition proceedings of a patent after grant, the applicant must deal with prior art documents cited by the examiner or opponents against the patentability of the claims.
Medical use of cannabinoids analysis of Brazilian authorities’ position (Market intelligence)
The medical use of cannabidiol one of several cannabinoids found in plants belonging to the cannabis genus has increased significantly over the past two decades.
Protecting second medical use opportunities and pitfalls (Market intelligence)
Innovators continue to develop drugs to further understand how to optimise the use of known drugs.
Modernisation of international treaties impact on life sciences (Market intelligence)
Mexico’s statutory IP law, the Industrial Property Law (enacted in 1991 and modified in 1994), resulted from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations with the United States and Canada and the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs).
SPC system simple, transparent and easy to apply? (Market intelligence)
Patent term extensions for human and veterinary medicaments and plant protection products are available in Europe through the grant of supplementary protection certificates (SPCs), which effectively extend the term of a granted patent in relation to a particular product that is the subject of a marketing authorisation.
Patenting personalised medicines in Europe (Market intelligence)
The established approach to drug development is based on the assumption that all patients with a particular condition respond similarly to a given drug.
Start-ups, data privacy and trade secrets (Market intelligence)
For many start-ups, the data they possess is their biggest source of value. These fledgling companies must have a defined strategy for protecting data as both a business asset and an IP right.
Protecting trade secrets in India (Market intelligence)
One of the biggest challenges that businesses face is the protection of their confidential business information. Not all types of information qualify for protection under the patent and copyright laws, but India offers avenues for trade secret protection.
Protection of GUIs under the Designs Act (Market intelligence)
Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) are interfaces that allow users to interact and exchange information with electronic devices. Since GUIs are increasingly key to success in the market for software products, their protection has become more important than ever.
India’s CRI patent examination guidelines: three revisions, three visions (Market intelligence)
Despite or perhaps because of the three attempts by the Indian Patent Office to establish guidelines on computer-related inventions (CRIs), a great deal of confusion remains. This chapter looks into the evolution of the guidelines and what it means for IT businesses.
The patent opposition process (Market intelligence)
India's patent law provides for both pre-grant and post-grant opposition. This provides efficient and effective tool for parties interested in preventing or revoking the grant of a non-meritorious patent in an economical and swift manner.
The interplay between patents and anti-competitive practices (Market intelligence)
Antitrust laws aim to foster competition in the market by preventing abuse of dominant positions which patent rights naturally create. But the two fields of law are not necessarily antithetical, as both aim to balance interests and protect public interests.
Protecting intellectual property in media and entertainment (Market intelligence)
With more growth and investment, new players on the rise and rapid advancements in technology, the protection and enforcement of intellectual property has gained more importance in media and entertainment. A number of pressing issues related to this sector have come to the fore in India.
合并或收购中的知识产权资源整合 (Market intelligence)
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