This masterful analysis of patent law in India, by two of India's most distinguished jurists, investigates thoroughly the scope of the possible answers to these crucial questions. Recognizing the character of the revolution taking place in patent law globally under the regime of multinational corporations - and India's central role in its development - Dr. Rao and Dr. Manjula Guru's analysis focuses on the patenting of substances arising out of advances in biotechnology, genetically engineered products, and computer-related devices. But they do not neglect the practical details of application, registration, and proceedings as constituted under the amended law; in fact, this book is the most detailed and insightful procedural and practice guide to the subject we have.The question for consideration is whether defendanta#39;s actions constitute a permissible repair or an infringing reconstruction. ... Replacing the cloth on the pool table when compared to replacing an old coin-operating system with a new oneanbsp;...
|Title||:||Patent Law in India|
|Author||:||Medury Bhaskara Rao, M. B. Rao, Manjula Guru|
|Publisher||:||Kluwer Law International - 2010|