India - Patents (Amendment) Act, 2005

Written by P.M.George Kutty

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嵩omputer software per se is not patentable, but in combination with or embedded in hardware is patentable.

感rovision of 'acceptance of specification' and its advertisement have been deleted.

感rovision for pre-grant and post-grant opposition torepparttar granting of a patent.

嫂pplication for patent will be published in Official Journal. At that time opposition can be made on limited grounds but hearing is not mandatory.

嫂fter grant of patent, opposition can be made within 12 months.

感rovision of sealing of patent omitted.

感rovision for acquisition of patent for public health purposes.

惹uit for infringement of patent cannot commence before date of publication of publication ofrepparttar 146704 application.

感enalties enhanced substantially.

Registered Patent Attorney of

Breach over a Troubled Contract

Written by Kristine Llabres

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Small claims collection, also bothers?

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Take note that if you have been damaged in some way for an amount of less than $5,000 you can seek justice in a small claims court, but if over it of course in a regular court of law.

The regulations and rules should not let you worried. There are legal support companies that can help you. For a fee much less than what lawyer would charge, they can file a complaint, serverepparttar 146570 complaint and file all other necessary paper work as a document to support your claim.

After all, you could be on your way to collecting a judgment before you even know it.

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