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This book is a practical and comprehensive reference work on Indian patent law written from a patent professional's perspective.
It covers the entire gamut of law and examines statutes, rules, as well as case law. While focusing on patent procedure and issues related to it, the book also contains insights into dealing with patent infringement. Providing a lucid presentation of complex issues, the volume analyses relevant cases from India and comparative jurisdictions across the world. The examples from various fields of science and technology-software, electronics, chemistry, pharmacology, biotechnology, and mechanical engineering-will help specialist readers comprehend issues relevant to their fields.
Topics in patent law and patent office actions, and objections in respect of patent applications have also been explained. Logically organized to enable easy comprehension, each chapter provides insights into theory before elaborating on practical issues. Patent professionals can use the book to refer to specific issues with ease as it provides an understanding of various aspects of law based on provisions in the Act, Rules, and decided cases. Business managers may refer to strategic elements and business parameters to enable decision-making at various points in the patent life cycle.