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Law of Patents

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Description
Law of Patents is a perfect blend of commentary and case law in various jurisdictions. It provides an accurate and authoritative account of patent law in India, the United Kingdom, the United States and also international treaties and conventions like the TRIPS Agreement, Budapest Treaty, Paris Convention, WIPO, etc.
The book undertakes a comparative analysis of the law and practices relating to patehts within the considered jurisdictions. Chapters cover essential topicsrelating to patent law such as novelty and anticipation, obviousness, patentable slibject-matter, grounds for revocation of patents, infringement, defences, remedies, etc. The book also explains the mechanism for applying for protection.
The present second edition, 2011 has been thoroughly revised and updated. The changes brought about by the Patent (Amendment) Act, 2005 and the case law that developed following the amendment have been incorporated.This edition has two new chapters namely, "Indian Litigation Practice" and "Pharmaceuticals and Patents".
This magnificent and painstaking work serves as a practical guide to lawyers, judges, academicians and all those concerned and interested in applying the principles of patent law. The book will also be immensely useful for the students of LL.B and LL.M. The book will prove to be indispensable for students and professionals preparing for Patent Agent Examination conducted by Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks, Government of India as it covers the syllabus structure prescribed for this examination.
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Contents
1.    History and Philosophy
2.    Novelty and Anticipation
3.    Obviousness.
4.    Patentable Subject-Matter
5.    Patent Prosecution  
6.    Specification.
7.    Patents of Addition
8.    Revocation of Patents
9.    Patent Agents
10.  Compulsory Licencing  
11.  Exclusive Marketing Rights
12.  Infringement  
13.  Defences
14.  Remedies 
15.  Appellate Board
16.  Powers of Controller  
17.  Patents (Amendment) Act, 2005
18.  Indian Litigation Practice
19.  Pharmaceuticals and Patents  
APPENDICES
I.      Indian Patents Act, 1970
II.     Indian Patent Rules, 2003
III.    Intellectual Property Rights (Imported Goods) Enforcement Rules, 2007
IV.    Intellectual Property Appellate Board (Procedure) Rules, 2003
V.     Notification Regarding Authorised Depository Institution
VI.   UK Patents Act, 1977
VII.  UK Patents Act, 2004
VIII. Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (Extracts)  
IX.   Patents Co-operation Treaty  
X.    Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property
XI.   Budapest Treaty on the International Recognition of the Deposit of
       Microorganisms for the Purposes of Patent Procedure
Subject Index
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Author Details
Dr. Elizabeth Verkey,
Advocate, High Court of Kerala
Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam
Recipient, Visiting Research Fellowship
The AHRB Centre for Studies in Intellectual and Technology Law
The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
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