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LexOrbis

Overview

LexOrbis is a premier full-service IP law firm with over 240 personnel including 120+ attorneys at its three offices in India namely, New Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai. The firm provides business oriented and cost-effective solutions for protection, enforcement, transaction, and commercialization of all forms of intellectual property in India and globally. The Firm has been consistently ranked amongst the Top- 5 IP firms in India for over the past decade and is well-known for managing global patent, designs and trademark portfolios of many technology companies and brand owners. The Firm’s patent practice group has over 90 patent attorneys with domain expertise in information and communication technologies (ICT), computer sciences and software including Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, big data, mechanical, electrical & electronics, chemical and pharmaceutical, biotechnology, energy management, etc. Our trademark practice group has over 30 attorneys experienced in partnering with the brand owners and advising on the entire journey of the brand from selection to enforcement of the brand. The team provides risk assessment by conducting trademark searches in over 120 trademark registers across the world and common law searches using advance internet-based tools. The group also has expert attorneys on related practice areas such as legal metrology, drugs & cosmetics, food safety, media & entertainment, fashion, sports, E-commerce, data protection, privacy and persona rights, advertisement, consumer protection, etc.The firm employs cutting-edge technology systems to improve the processes and efficiency.

IP Experts

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Identifying the scope of patent claims still remains mystified

Identifying the...

Since the abolition of Intellectual Property Appellate Board...

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Analyzing the Delhi High Court’s judgment in Microsoft Technology Licensing v. Assistant Controller of Patents

Analyzing the D...

It is evident that the IP framework of the country is curren...

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The Scheme of the Patents Act and Rules obligates the Hearing Officer to pass orders within a reasonable period, says the Delhi High Court

The Scheme of t...

In a slew of matters, the Delhi High Court (DHC) emphasized...

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Method of diagnosis and patentability in India

Method of diagn...

The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Sequenom, Inc. (the...

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The adverse effect of adverbs in patent specifications

The adverse eff...

Do you know that there are certain words (adverbs in particu...

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India: The perils of not naming the correct inventors

India: The peri...

When an invention is created by the joint efforts of many pe...

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India: DPIIT notifies proposed amendments in Patent Rules, 2003

India: DPIIT no...

India’s Department for Promotion of Industy and Internal Tra...

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India: Extent of estoppel in an infringement suit against a cited mark

India: Extent o...

The Battle of Zeniths: A Single Judge Bench has ruled that t...

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India: The missing elements in the patent specification

India: The miss...

The patent law in every jurisdiction mandates that the paten...

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India: The Delhi High Court’s Decision in OpenTV

India: The Delh...

Arguably, Section 3(k) and Section 59 objections are the mos...

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Examining the intersection of online fantasy sports with personality rights

Examining the i...

As we immerse in the exponential digital growth in India and...

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India: Understanding public use and the loss of novelty

India: Understa...

The novelty requirement is the sine qua non of every patent...

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The inevitability of natural justice under the Indian patent regime

The inevitabili...

Natural justice is an inseparable ingredient of procedural f...

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The many faces of the ‘Person Skilled In The Art’ (PSITA)

The many faces...

Despite his many short names like PHOSITA, POSITA and PSITA...

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Challenges with adding or removing an inventor in a filed Indian patent application

Challenges with...

The Ayyangar Committee’s report, which was issued in 1959 an...

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What is so inventive about the invention?

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Inventive step has long been the main stumbling block for in...

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Be Aware if you are using ‘about’ in a patent claim!

Be Aware if you...

Use of the term “about” in a claim is quite common, where th...

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“Visual effects” and “ocular impression” essential to prove design infringement

“Visual effects...

In a recent judgment passed by Delhi High Court, the court g...

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Looking Beyond The Novelty Lines

Looking Beyond...

Inventions already in the public domain are not patentable....

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Battle between Indian copyright societies sparks question: How many copyright societies does a country need?

Battle between...

The rise of two duelling copyright societies in India has br...

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Notification of crop species in Indian Plant Variety Act: Recent developments

Notification of...

The Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Rights, 2001...

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Court’s endeavours will make injunction orders effective in trademark disputes

Court’s endeavo...

A recent order passed by the High Court of Delhi could urge...

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Plurality of distinct inventions: Distinct practices of India, Europe and the United States in the field of biotechnology

Plurality of di...

Practitioners in the field of intellectual property – and mo...

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TRIPS and international pressure on high-income countries to accept TRIPS waiver

TRIPS and inter...

In the wake of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, there is an ev...

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Domain names qualifying as IP rights like trademarks?

Domain names qu...

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other na...

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Deferred examination: Patent strategy or business necessity?

Deferred examin...

With fierce competition growing, the explosion of patenting...

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Routine optimization and the patentability hitch

Routine optimiz...

Innovative activity is not a onetime affair. Many innovation...

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Patenting known substances: The problem with polymorphs

Patenting known...

In nature, every molecule rearranges itself into different c...

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IP awareness initiatives in India

IP awareness in...

Indian businesses are slowly transforming from being simple...

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Right to cross-examination of an expert witness: Absolute or discretionary?

Right to cross-...

Cross-examination is an excellent tool in the hands of exper...

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Protecting artificial intelligence-driven inventions

Protecting arti...

Although artificial intelligence dates back to the 1950s, no...

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Is India “foreign decree enforceable friendly”?

Is India “forei...

If we see a catena of decisions in various courts in India,...

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Changing trends in claims category

Changing trends...

It is understood from the statutory reading of Section 2(1)(...

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Use of patents as spokes in competitors' wheels

Use of patents...

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The reach of the right to repair patented goods

The reach of th...

It is normally believed that once a patentee has sold patent...

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The checkered journey of software secrecy to patents

The checkered j...

Publishers of software and computer programs have long strug...

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Determination of jurisdiction when an arbitration clause is part of a contract

Determination o...

Siddhast Intellectual Property Innovations Pvt. Ltd v. The C...

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Court condones delay in filing written statement during Covid-19

Court condones...

The Supreme Court of India in Suo Motu Writ Petition (C) No....

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Claim miners: Working around the patented claims

Claim miners: W...

Claim mining is a technique by which a later inventor can wo...

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Sufficient disclosure in patent specifications: The India perspective

Sufficient disc...

What are the implications of insufficient disclosure in pate...

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Looking at patentability exceptions through a judicial lens

Looking at pate...

It is high time to take a new look at the examination approa...

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Understanding of Markush claims in India

Understanding o...

Lawyers discuss the key elements of Markush claims.

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What constitutes anticipation by previous communication to the government?

What constitute...

A look at the case law in India surrounding previous communi...

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Indian Biodiversity Act and Model ABS Agreement-related IPR issues

Indian Biodiver...

Lawyers discuss the effectiveness of the Indian Biodiversity...

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Can manufacture for export cause patent infringement?

Can manufacture...

Injunction for Sitagliptin manufacture and export.

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Additional disclosure requirements for biotech inventions in India

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What tests are biotech inventions subjected to?

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Address:

709/ 710, Tolstoy House, 15-17, Tolstoy Marg

New Delhi 110001

India

Telephone:

+91 11 2371 6565

Fax:

+91 11 2371 6556

Contact Person:

Manisha Singh

Email:

manisha@lexorbis.com

Website:

https://www.lexorbis.com/

No of Lawyers:

99