Don’t split India’s IP offices, say practitioners
A proposal to split India’s patent and trade mark agencies has been opposed by many practitioners, instead recommending a unified agency with greater financial autonomy and more examiners
The government published a discussion paper in October this year containing a series of questions and has so far published 30 responses.
The first question in that paper asked whether, given the "radically different skill set of trade mark and...
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