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Delhi High Court reprimands patent office over opposition procedures

Peter Leung, Hong Kong

Gilead will get another chance to defend its Sovaldi application after an Indian court found that the patent office’s handling constituted a “violation of the principles of natural justice”

Last week, the Delhi High Court issued a writ instructing the patent office to reconsider Gilead’s patent application (India patent application no 6087/DELNP/2005) for its Sovaldi hepatitis C drug. The Court found that the patent office improperly handled two oppositions...

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