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Within the mandate of TRIPS agreement India has set its own patentability standards which define grounds for rejecting a patent and patentee rights. India has in the year 2013 within the precincts of its amended patent laws, which are in alignment with TRIPS, passed two landmark rulings. Natco pharma was issued a compulsory license for [...]

                  IPAB upholds the first Compulsory License granted in India post TRIPs The Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) on 4th March 2013 has upheld the Compulsory License (CL) issued by the Indian Patent Office to Natco Pharma. This will allow Natco to manufacture and sell generic version of Bayer’s [...]

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