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Workshop on intellectual property rights concludes
State Times

DU conducts workshop on IPR literacy

DIBRUGARH, May 24 - A day-long workshop on Intellectual Property Rights for researchers of Dibrugarh University and teachers from its affiliated colleges was organised by the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Cell of Dibrugarh University recently. The key ... The Assam Tribune, 42 minutes ago

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Players set up standalone commercial arm

Australia's cricketers have set up their own company to sell their intellectual property rights, further deepening their divide with Cricket Australia ahead of the June 30 expiry of the current pay MOU
 ESPN Cricinfo15 hours ago

India’s National Health Policy must align with its Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy

It has been observed that economies with the strongest IP protections are 60 percent more likely to provide environments conducive to innovation. And economies with IP protection in life sciences see an average of 13 times more biomedical investment than ...
 Money Control1 week ago Commerce and Industry Minister says mindset of the government is to make IPR(Intellectual Property Rights) policy more efficient  PIB3 weeks ago India intends to make IPR policy more efficient: Sitharaman  Business Standard3 weeks ago

'India's IPR policy a good first step, needs to address gaps'

India's national intellectual property regime (IPR) policy announced a year ago is a "good first step", but the country needs to address the gaps in it to attract more foreign direct investment and global talent, a US industry representative said today. "The ...
 Business Standard1 week ago India needs to address IPR, tax issues for ease-of-doing-  DNA2 weeks ago
Money Today

It's not just about (pharmaceutical) patents!

For the past 20 odd years my academic focus has been on trying to understand and measure how intellectual property rights (IPRs) affect various forms of economic activity. In many ways my career (as a humble PhD student at the London School of Economics) ...
 Money Today2 months ago

Biogen wins ruling in Tecfidera IP case; shares rise

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Biogen Inc on Tuesday won an intellectual property rights ruling against hedge fund manager Kyle Bass over its top multiple sclerosis pill, Tecfidera, pushing shares up more than 1 percent on a day when most U.S. stocks were down.
 Reuters2 months ago

US keeps India on intellectual property priority watch list

The US today retained India on its priority watch list this year for "lack of improvement" in the intellectual property (IP) framework. "India remains on the priority watch list this year for lack of sufficient measurable improvements to its IP framework on ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Govt extends SIPP scheme for 3 years till March 2020

The government has extended the startups intellectual property protection (SIPP) scheme for a period of 3 years till March 2020 to help budding entrepreneurs protect their patents, trademark and designs. Running on a pilot basis initially, the scheme was in ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago

Centre considering stringent IPR regime: I&B secretary

Information and Broadcasting secretary Ajay Mittal today said the government was pushing for a stringent Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) regime to protect the interest of the media and entertainment industry.
 DNA2 months ago I&B secretary promises stringent IPR regime  Business Standard2 months ago

Australian cricketers continue defiant stand against board

IMAGE: Australia captain Steve Smith, right, with his team. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images The Australian Cricketers' Association set up a business to manage and market players' intellectual property should they be unable to strike a pay deal with the national cricket board.Players have rejected a Cricket Australia (CA) offer that waters down a revenue-sharing model which helped make them among the best-paid cricketers in the world over the last 20 years.CA has warned that players ...
 Rediff.com12 hours ago
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