Academics challenge India’s IP Appeal Board
A Court in Chennai has agreed to hear a petition challenging the constitutionality of the tribunal that hears India’s patent and trade mark appeals
On January 27 a division bench of the Madras High Court admitted a public interest litigation claiming that the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) is unconstitutional.
The Indian government set up the IPAB in 1999 to hear appeals of decisions...
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