Madras High Court
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Since about 12 years have elapsed from the date of application, Madras High Court directed that the Patent Application be disposed of within a maximum period of three months from the date of receipt of a copy of this order.

Madras High Court
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Madras High Court said that the Controller is correct in stating that both the cited prior art and the claimed invention provide for the transmission of sensor data to a subscribing application, but the difference lies in how such data is transmitted.

Delhi High Court
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“It is not in doubt that the composition is at best a derivative and would be the same substance as the ‘known substance’, therefore, unless and until significant enhancement of therapeutic efficacy is shown, such a composition would not be liable to be granted patent protection.”

madras high court
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“The monopoly claim is not in respect of a business method but in respect of a claimed invention deploying hardware, software and firmware for purposes of data privacy and protection”

madras high court
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Madras High Court directed the Controller of Patents and Designs to decide the patent application on merits and in accordance with law.

madras high court
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While drawing the conclusion that the application does not fulfil the requirements of Section 16, the respondent has merely referred to the objections raised in the hearing notice.

Case BriefsInternational Courts

Boards of Appeal of the European Patent Office: A Bench of B. Stolz, Chairman and M.R. Vega Laso and J. Geschwind, members allowed