TT Consultants has recently been rated as the TOP Company in Patent Searches in India, in an evaluation conducted by a sub group of JAPAN EXTERNAL TRADE ORGANIZATION (JETRO).
The report that was published in May 2015 is based upon an open evaluation of about 30 companies wherein they were given a few searches to run.”This is perhaps the only independent and in-depth assessment done so far by and internationally renowned organization” remarks a patent engineer with experience in the domain.The report is titled ‘Evaluation of patent research companies in India’ and is available on the JETRO website. Continue reading →
In an ongoing investigation,Trade, Investment, and Industrial Policies in India: Effects on the U.S. Economy launchedby USITC, a top American non-profit consumer rights advocacy group by the name of ‘Public Citizen‘ has said that Indian pharma laws should not be considered discriminatory.
In a submission to USITC, Public Citizen said on Monday that India’s rules meet the data protection requirements under Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, which is an international agreement administered by the World Trade Organization TRIPS. Continue reading →
Google, the search engine behemoth, has secured another victory, this time by winning a patent which allows its Google self drive car to read and interpret road signs, diversions and other obstacles by having a robot onboard.
Apart from reading road signs the new systems can also detect oncoming vehicles, avoid unexpected obstacles and follow diversions. Continue reading →
Talwar and Talwar Consultants (TT Consultants) is proud to announce that its director, Mrs. Komal Talwar, has just been nominated for the prestigious ICICI CNBC Emerging India Award, 2011. Mrs. Talwar is one of the top 5 finalists in the country to be nominated in the category for Woman Entrepreneur of the Year, 2011, adding another boost to her ever growing motivation. Also, it’s worth mentioning that she is the youngest of the five nominees shortlisted after a strict procedures laid by the award jury. Continue reading →
Patent infringement comprises of the illegal making, using or even offering for a sale or selling any patented invention within the country or its territories, or importing it into the country of any patented invention during the period of the patent protection. The scope of Patent Infringementprotection may vary from country to country, as the patent is examined voluntarily by the patent office established in each country or region and may have some difference in patentability, so that a granted patent is difficult to carry out worldwide. In many countries, a use is mandatory to be commercial or to be for a commercial purpose so as to constitute patent infringement. When patent infringement takes place, the Patent filing agent may sue for its relief by Patent drafting in the concerned Federal court. The Patent filing agent may also ask court for a ban to prevent the continuation of the patent infringement and may also ask the court for reimbursement of damages occured due to the patent infringement.Continue reading →
The proposed Patent post grant review proceeding would allow the public to appeal the USPTO to cancel claims in a patent within a year of its issue date. And it allows any person who is warned with a patent infringement suit to plea for review within four months of being warned. To prevent wrong use, the review petitioner would be required to make a sufficient first proof of un-patentability; otherwise the petition would be dismissed. If the proof is enough, a fact-finding procedure leading to a hearing by the Board of Patent Adjudication on the merits would follow. It is envisaged that both parties would be obliged to make necessary disclosure of all relevant information, then followed by discovery as permitted by the Board of Patent Adjudication. During the Post Grant Patent review proceeding, the patent owner would have a single opportunity to make a narrowing amendment of the claims challenged.
The Post Grant Patent proceedings would then be conducted by the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences, renamed after the Board of Patent Adjudication. Continue reading →