Ranveer Singh, a pharmaceutical analyst with Mumbai brokerage Sharekhan, said the ruling would "help remove the hangover of uncertainty surrounding patent rules in India".
What does PR stand for?
PR stands for Patent Rules
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- Partial Reconfiguration
- Partial Remission (oncology)
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- Partner (IRB)
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Additionally, the judges of the northern district have amended the court's local patent rules to guide pretrial procedures in patent cases.
Under new proposed Community Patent rules, only the short claims portion of the patent will have to be translated into multiple languages; the rest may be filed in either English, German or French.
This has compelled many developing countries--which had followed the lead of virtually every industrialized country in enacting weak patent rules while they were still industrializing (many European countries did not recognize patents until the 1970s)--to refashion their patent rules dramatically.
The firms ceded their case after an international outcry, and President Bill Clinton gave AIDS-afflicted, impoverished countries the green light to import medications cheaply from wherever they could, regardless of the patent rules.
government to take their case to the World Trade Organization (WTO), which is expected to decide this summer whether international patent rules have been violated.
West said it is the first book to apply a law and economics analysis to the general set of patent rules.