Designs trends for the Month of March

The top ten designs consisted of designs like Textile Fabric, sole for footwear etc, and the table below shows the top ten designs that received the maximum number of protection in the month of March, 2014. Sl No Name of the Design No of Design 1 TEXTILE FABRIC 32 2 SOLE FOR FOOTWEAR 19 3…

Design Patent Grants for the Month of March

The Indian Patent office granted 438 Design patents in March, 2014. The top three consisted of Biba Apparels Private Limited with 30, Ma design India Pvt Ltd with 21 Design & Liberty Shoes Limited with 18 patents. The table below shows the top ten Companies that received the maximum number of Design protection in the…

Patent Grant for the Month of March

              The Indian patent office granted 677 Patents for the month of March, 2014. The Top three consisted of Qualcomm Incorporated,GM Global Technology Operations Inc and Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, with a count of 42, 18 and 18 patents respectively. The table below shows the top ten…

Patent suit against Biocon- Keeping Galvus in check…

The most famous drug for diabetes, Galvus also known as Vildagliptin is under patent litigation. Swiss drug maker Novartis has filed an infringement proceeding against Biocon, the Bangalore-based Company and Asia’s largest insulin maker on Galvus or Vildagliptin, a DPP4 inhibitor class of drugs used to treat type-2 diabetes. Novartis filed the case on 27…

Global Patent Trends

The European Patent Office (EPO), revealed the statistics for the global company that has filed patents in Europe. EPO says that Philips filed the third largest number of patent applications in 2013 with 59% increase compare to last year. The company has 64,000 patent rights, 93,000 design rights, 46,000 trademarks and 4,700 domain names. Other…

Patent Litigation Jackpot:

Marvell Technology Group Limited, the leading producer of Storage, communication products is entangled in a major patent Litigation case against a private Research University, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). The federal court ordered Marvell to pay $1.5 Billion as enhanced penalties for deliberately infringing Carnegie’s Intellectual Property, the third largest ever in a patent case at…