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Role of Mediation in patent infringement disputes

 

Mediation is a potentially efficient and cost-effective alternative to traditional litigation and arbitration. The use of mediation has become increasingly popular in several areas of dispute resolution and one such area is that of intellectual property (IP).

As the field of Intellectual property is vast, here the importance of mediation as an alternative to both litigation and arbitration in patent infringement disputes is discussed.

A patent can be defined as a set of exclusive rights granted by a sovereign state to an inventor or assignee for a limited period of time in exchange for detailed public disclosure of an invention typically for 20 years during which the product or process cannot be exploited by others.

Patent disputes typically arise when patent rights are breached i.e Patent infringement occurs when a third party makes, uses, sells, offers to sell a patented invention without the patent owner’s permission. The scope of the patented invention or the extent of protection is defined in the claims of the granted patent. Therefore, patent infringement disputes involve courts interpreting and evaluating the claims of a patent on which the protection is sought. This is a complex procedure and the litigation process often become expensive and complicated. In the defense of infringement party allegedly responds with a counterclaim of patent invalidity and a defendant involved in patent litigation may ask to reexamine the patent being litigated. During re-examination the court will reconsider the validity of original patent and whether it meets the statutory requirements of novelty, inventiveness and non-obviousness. If a defendant successfully pleads the defence of a patent the patent owner will lose not only the case but also the patent itself.  

Alternatively, mediation in patent infringement disputes can save time and money by avoiding the interpretation and reinterpretation of patent claims. Also, mediation removes the risk of patent invalidation and promotes creative solution in patent disputes. Moreover, unlike litigation, mediation process is confidential.  

For example- A company holding patent rights for a technology founds that its competing company is selling the same technology without any license. The concerned company threatens to file patent infringement case in all jurisdictions in which the company is holding patent rights. But the mounting cost of legal action would take a toll on the company and the litigation process is very time consuming. In such a situation, mediation is instrumental in transforming a hostile situation in which the parties were preparing to engage in prolonged and expensive litigation into one in which they were able to conclude an arrangement which suits the business interests of both parties and ensures the profitable use of the technology in the service of those interests.

Mediation is a great idea and can offer people a way of working things out without spending lots of money which could be better spent elsewhere to grow a business.

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7 Step Strategy for Preliminary Patent Searches

This article provides a 7 step strategy for searching and evaluating relevant prior-art or any publication that discloses the invention for which a patent is to be filed.

1). The First and the most important step is to Brainstorm Terms that describe your invention. Begin by analysing and describing in written the purpose, composition and use of invention. Note down the important keywords and synonyms of words that describe the invention.

2). The second step involves identification of relevant Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) using the keywords identified in the previous step from the USPTO (United States Patent & Trademark Office) Website Search Feature. Go to the USPTO Home Page and enter “CPC scheme (Key words describing invention)” on the top right search box and scan the results thus obtained.

In the following example we have identified the CPC scheme for shape (contour and architect are its synonyms used).

Look for the relevant results from the list obtained. If no relevant search reults are obtained repeat the step using other keywords & their synonyms identified in the previous step.

 

3). In the Third step verify the Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) identified in the previous step by reviewing the definitions. CPCs are hyperlinked to a CPC classification definition. Definitions are helpful in establishing you have determined the most relevant classification.

4). Retrieve and Review all the patent applications assigned to the most relevant CPC classification. Focus on the abstract and representative drawings on the front page of the patent applications and narrow down the most relevant patent applications.

5). Conduct In-depth review of patents selected based on their front page information for similarity to your own invention paying close attention to the claims, additional drawings and specifications. References cited in the previously identified Patents may lead you to additional relevant patents.

6). Retrieve and Review in depth all the published patent applications under the Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) previously identified for similarity to the invention paying close attention to claims, drawings and specifications of the patent.

7.   After completion of the preliminary search you may broaden your search based upon available time and resources. You may broaden your search by identifying International Patent Classification (IPCs)U.S. Patent Classification (USPC). Rerun your search using Espacenet, IPIndia and WIPO. Since inventions can be publicly disclosed in a variety of non-patent literature and electronic publications, you can choose to search books, journals, websites, technical catalogs and conference proceedings as well.

You may choose to hire a registered patent attorney or patent agent to review your search and conduct a follow-up search of his/her own.For further information on patents and patent filling in India connect with our highly skilled and experienced patent lawyers and IP strategists.

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INFRINGMENT OF TRADEMARK – Case Study

Intellectual Property Rights- INFRINGMENT OF TRADEMARK 

In this era of increasing competition among brands and intellectual property laws becoming more stringent and difficult to comply with, infringement of these laws comes as a direct consequence. This article embodies a case study of such infringement with specific focus on an important part of the intellectual property rights, that is-Trademark.

Similarity in sound and phonetics and the way it is used is an important factor in determining whether the marks are confusingly similar.

Trademark infringement by phonetic and visual similarity is statutorily included in section 29(9) of the trademarks Act 1999 wherein it is stated that “Where the distinctive elements of a registered trademark consist of or include words, the trademark may be infringed by spoken use of the words as well as their visual representation and the reference in this section to the use of the mark shall be construed accordingly.”

In this view the legislature has stated such phonetic similarity as an infringing activity and has made clear that the pronunciation of a brand’s tagline (an important factor in the following case) is an establishing factor of potential infringement.

THE CASE STUDY 

Wipro Enterprises Limited vs Heinz India Pvt. Ltd on 10 June, 2015

The plaintiff (Wipro) had asserted that their trademark “BOLTS” which was created and adopted to sell their glucose chewy tablets had been infringed by the defendant (Heinz) which used a phonetically and visually similar mark name “VOLT” with a similar tagline.

The Hon’ble Madras High Court observed that since both the plaintiff and defendant used their trademarks i.e. BOLTS and VOLT respectively with their house names prefixed i.e. GLUCOVITA BOLTS and GLUCON-D VOLT respectively.

The court stated that the plaintiff cannot have exclusive right over the word BOLTS as it was generic and common in nature and both the plaintiff and defendant had used a prefix or a suffix to properly display the distinction.

The factual aspect of the case would be the determining factor for the judgement, the court reiterated. It also stated that a word may acquire a secondary meaning and could become an exclusive right by long, uninterrupted and continuous usage which was clearly not the case here as BOLTS was there in usage only for the past 2 years.

The court recapitulated that the trademark must be seen and judged on its entirety and completeness and not in parts or isolation which is why all arguments about identical colours used visual similarities etc. were dismissed. It must be viewed in an all round perspective and whether a word has a secondary meaning should be established only during the course of the hearing.

There were many similarities which were stated by the plaintiff including the price in perforated circle display and the thunder/flash of lightening symbol. The court held that many of the above similarities were found to be a common industrial practice and some of the symbols were generic to display and portray energy, stamina etc. Some of the similarities submitted by the plaintiff were even found to be dissimilar by the court.

The plaintiff used the tagline “INSTANT ENERGY, ANYTIME, ANYWHERE” whereas same for the defendant was “ENERGY OF GLUCON-D … ANYWHERE, ANYTIME”. The phrase “ANYTIME, ANYWHERE” was not used by the plaintiff in the trademark sense to denote origin/source of the product; rather it was used in a descriptive sense, the court observed.

Nothing was there to show as concrete evidence that the plaintiff had undertaken extensive advertising, was using the above tagline for a long period of time or the tagline was associated with the plaintiff’s product only or that the plaintiff had exclusive rights over its usage. After investigation it was also found that the tagline was printed only on the jar containing the products of the plaintiff and not on the cylindrical plastic wrapper covered tube which contained the chewing tablets.

The Hon’ble court hence rejected the senior counsel’s plea that the expression “INSTANT ENERGY. ANYTIME, ANYWHERE.” found on the label ought to be protected by way of application for temporary injunction.

CONCLUSION

In India, where culture is enriched by a diversity of languages and scripts, the courts have to consider how the rival marks are spelt and pronounced in languages in which they are commonly used. They have to assess the psyche of an Indian consumer and associated with that traits and qualities that underlie the spelling and pronunciation of words and then consider the usage of words and the manner in which it is similar to the pronunciation of the rival marks.

Whether the ordinary customer is likely to believe that the defendant’s mark is associated with the mark and the trading style of the plaintiff are the main test and not whether the consumer ends up buying the product of the defendant instead of the plaintiff because of such similarity in marks. The phonetic, visual and structural makeup of the words should be so strikingly similar as to lead to a likelihood of deception.

Section 29(2) of the Trade Marks Act 1999 recognizes the concept of likelihood of association wherein the consumer is likely to believe that the defendants’ mark has an association/affiliation/connection with the plaintiff. Thus in Section 29(2) read with section 29(9), the legislature has included the spoken use of the words also; therefore, it is evident that the pronunciation of the trademark is clearly a determining criterion in ascertaining infringement.

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Provisional Refusal of International Trademarks in India

 

Under the Madrid System, Trademarks are registered worldwide in a convenient and cost-effective way. The Madrid Protocol is one centralized system to apply for protection of trademark in 115 countries by filing a single application.

“An image is not simply a trademark, a design, a slogan or an easily remembered picture. It is a studiously crafted personality profile of an individual, institution, corporation, product or service”. – Daniel J. Boorstin

When an applicant who is interested in a global Trademark files an application for registration of its trademark with its respective Intellectual Property Office (IP Office), the information is given to the International Bureau of World Intellectual Property Rights. The International Bureau of World Intellectual Property Rights examines and closely inspects the application based upon the requirements of Madrid Protocol. If the application fulfils all the criteria, the trademark is published in the International Gazette of Trademark and thereafter it is notified to all the designated countries.

“If you want something new, you have to stop doing something old” ― Peter F. Drucker

The Indian Trademark Office examines and allots an International Registration Designating India (IRDI) number to every International trademark registration designating India received from the International Bureau of WIPO.

The Brand trademark is examined by the trademark examiner on the basis of its uniqueness and similarities to trademarks registered and in the pipeline before the Indian Trademark Registry.

“It isn’t all over; everything has not been invented; the human adventure is just beginning.” ― Gene Roddenberry.

If there is any objection while examining the trademark application, for protection of such trademark registration in India, a Provisional refusal is notified to the International Bureau of WIPO within 18 months from the date the International registration was notified to India.

“Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship…the act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth.” ― Peter F. Drucker

Trademark Objections under Provisional Refusal In India

The objection is raised under Section 9(1) (a) of the Trade Marks Act 1999, if the mark is not unique and as such it is not efficient to distinguish the services of one person from those of others.

The objection is raised under Section 11(1) of the Trade Marks Act, 1999, if the mark is similar to the trademarks previously filed. There exists a possibility of confusion on the part of the public.

“Excellence must be achieved through the eyes of those who judge us; once achieved it can only be maintained with constant innovation.” ― Tom Collins.

Provisional refusal is basically an Examination Report containing objections.  The International Bureau provides the details of such provisional refusal to the trademark applicant of the International Trademark registration and records the provisional refusal in the International Register along with the date on which the notification was sent.

The provisional refusal is also published in the WIPO Gazette, with an indication as to whether the refusal is total (i.e. relates to all the goods and services covered by the designation) or partial (i.e., relates to only some of those goods and and services covered).

“Innovation needs preparation, collaboration and the light of the soul. Every challenge provides that light – a greater depth of understanding about life and truth.” ― Amit Ray,

How should the International Trademark applicant respond to Provisional Refusal Issued by the Indian Trademark Office under the Madrid Protocol ?

The normal deadline to revert to trademark objections raised by the Indian TrademarkOffice is 1 month from the date of receipt of the provisional refusal notification by the trademark applicant.

The International trademark applicant can also engage a trademark agent or an Indian trademark attorney having address in India by executing a Power of Attorney in the favour of the agent/attorney in the Form TM-48.

For an extension of timeline to respond to trademark objections, the Indian trademark attorney can file FORM TM-56 application for extension of time by 1 month prescribed by Rule 79 or by rule 80(4) and is at the discretion of the trademark office.

The Trade Marks Registry (TMR) office of India then considers the response of the trademark applicant of the international registration and may either confirm the refusal or move for advertisement of the international registration in the Trade Marks Journal.

“Be the initiator of things you wish to see, but can’t see. Be the originator of things you wish you feel but can’t feel.” ― Israelmore Ayivor,

Apply for TM Registration and discuss your brand strategy and understand importance of brand, logo and tagline with expert consultants at Tech Corp International Strategist India TCIS, India.

IF YOUR STRATEGY AND DOCUMENTATION ARE IN PLACE WE GET”YOUR” TRADEMARK REGISTERED IN TWO- THREE WEEKS.

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We at TCIS,India evaluate your office action after client discussion and understanding his business quotes and let you know if there is a fair chance to get your trademark application approved. If you decide to hire our trademark lawyers / trademark attorneys at TCIS to draft a response to the office action, cost effective flat rates are available.

As experienced trademark attorneys we at TCIS are well versed in responding to office action letters issued by trademark examining attorneys at the Indian Patent Office(IPO) and Indian Trademark Office.

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We at TCIS,India also offers trademark monitoring services for OUR clients. This service is designed to protect the client’s trademark by periodically reviewing the records of the Indian Patent Office(IPO) and Indian Trademark Office, and additional sources, depending on the monitoring service requested, for applications to register, or use of, confusingly similar marks.

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The firm offers a variety of services, including representation in cancellation and opposition proceedings at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.

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When you contact Trademark attorney at TCIS,India whether by phone or email, you can expect to receive prompt, professional, efficient and courteous service.

Clients of the firm enjoy the following:-

  • Free initial trademark consultation with an experienced trademark attorney
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  • Firm policy to return client phone calls and respond to emails immediately whenever practical
  • Cost-effective flat rates

 

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The BEST Patent Strategy is to identify relevant patent classification IPC, USPC and CPC to find patent results.

The preferred innovation and cost effective patent research service is patent search worldwide (Worldwide Patentability Search) which includes the steps of performing patent searches based on inventor’s interview, invention keywords and key strings of the main crux points of the technology in different patent databases.

For example, WIPO patent database, Geneva can be a good start to perform the patent searches. Patent search by inventor name is useful when you know the scientists, researchers and inventors who are main technical experts in the technical industry.

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TCIS, India team of foreign trained patent attorneys & Intellectual Property Right (IPR) experts perform patent searching for Universities, Fortune 100 business entities,  Global business houses, inventors, entrepreneurs, researchers & foreign law firms. TCIS, India team of foreign trained patent attorneys also provide USPTO patent research services to US based inventors and US law firms.

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Over the years of our patent practice our Genius IP clients and customers to whom we have provided patent services have reviewed our patent services. Our think GEEK team of patent enthusiasts, patent attorneys, patent lawyers and patent agents follow the best patent research practices for determining patentability of inventions. If you looking for best invention and patent services and customised solutions you have come to the right place.

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TCIS, India assist brilliant entrepreneurs across the globe for example some inventors were based in Santa Cruz, CA. We believe that our patent team are thorough professionals. We have assisted in filing provisional patent ideas for mobile/cloud application sector. WE are known to provide sterling work projects to our GENIUS minds. We are a rare combination of technically sound patent attorney who understood mobile/cloud patenting based inventions. Turnaround time is provided to the client after review of the invention disclosure form. 

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Freedom to Operate (FTO) patent searches help the technology enterprise to obviate patent litigation in court of law. 

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Freedom to Operate (FTO) is commonly known as Clearance patent searches which helps the individual inventors, enterprise and Fortune 100 companies to  identify potential patent barriers that prevents them from launching their innovative technology in the market. For example, if the business product launch is in India then patent research has to be performed in Indian Patent office.

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It helps a company / individual inventor to commercialize their business product in a country by analyzing and searching patent literature invariably cited for issued or pending patents.

 

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The legal status of the  patent can be abandoned in many cases even though the identified patent results are close to the technology. In such cases, one is free to use that technology.

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Getting your MARKET ENTRY and FREEDOM TO OPERATE strategy reviewed by our patent professionals who have 12++ years of experience. We at TCIS, India provide in-depth patent search services by patent search outsourcing India team of patent strategists who are experts and have experience in performing more than 2200+ patent searches.

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We at Tech Corp International Strategist, TCIS help you determine whether your product infringes the patent rights of another company in India.

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