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Patent Portfolio Management


Patent Portfolio Management: A company’s patent portfolio management helps to understand the following features:

  • No. of Patents of a company
  • Technological field involved
  • Strength/weakness of the competitors
  • Competences
  • R & D opportunities
  • Gap analysis
  • Licensing opportunities
  • Investment & development strategy

The maximum possible no. of patents is studied the better the analysis will be. Analysis is done for a particular time span and on a mentioned technology. A company’s complete R & D scenario with the further development can be highlighted.

CORNISH PASTY NAME GIVEN EUROPEAN PROTECTED STATUS

The term "Cornish pasty" has been given protected status by the European Commission. Pasties made only in Cornwall from an established traditional recipe can now be called "Cornish pasties", according to the Cornish Pasty Association (CPA).

Authentic Cornish pasties will now be marked with a special logo because of the Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) tag ............
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GOVERNMENT PROPOSES COMPULSORY E-FILING OF PATENTS

The Indian government in its effort to bring transparency and efficiency in the filing of patents, has proposed to amend the Patent Rules and make e-filing of applications compulsory. The e-filing of patent & trademark applications was launched on July 21, 2007.

The commerce ministry's Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP) has prepared a draft proposal and asked sought suggestions from stakeholders to amend.
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JOY CREATORS RESTRAINED FROM USING P&G'S 'TOTAL EFFECTS' TRADEMARK

The Delhi High Court has held back Joy Creators from using the term 'Total Effects' on its products. The Court found that the words were similar to Procter & Gamble's (P&G) registered trade mark- Olay Total Effects.

The multinational company had filed a petition seeking directions to Joy Creators to not use its trade mark 'Olay Total Effects' or any other deceivingly similar mark and questioned their unfair intentions to benefit from an established brand.............more