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Jan 09 2020 (SC)

Balkrishna Ram Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... a division bench. this appeal to the division bench does not lie in all cases and must be provided for either under the letters patent or any other special enactment. even where such appeal lies the appeal is heard by two or more judges of the high court. we cannot envisage a situation where an ..... obvious that the order of the high court cannot be challenged before any other forum except the supreme court. the provision of intra court appeal whether by way of letters patents or special enactment is a system that provides for correction of judgments within the high courts where a judgment rendered by a single judge may be subject to challenge before ..... judge which was required to be transferred to the tribunal.7. we may point out that after the enactment of the uttar pradesh high court (abolition of letters patent appeals) act, 1962 letters patents are no longer applicable to the high court of allahabad. however, special appeals are provided against the judgment of a single judge to a division bench. the high ..... allahabad high court in union of india and others vs. ram baran1 held that the phrase other proceedings in section 34 of the act would include all appeals including letters patent appeals (hereinafter referred to as lpas). it was held that since the tribunal is a substitute of the high court, the tribunal could decide an appeal against the order of .....

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Oct 04 2019 (SC)

Ambalal Sarabhai Enterprises Ltd. Vs. k.s. Infraspace Llp

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... including outsourcing services and financial services; (xiv) mercantile agency and mercantile usage; (xv) partnership agreements; (xvi) technology development agreement; (xvii)intellectual property rights relating to registered and unregistered trademarks, copyright, patent, design, domain names, geographical indications and semiconductor integrated circuits; (xviii) agreements for sale of goods or provision of services; (xix) exploitation of oil and gas reserves or other natural resource ..... high court having ordinary original civil jurisdiction and also those cases transferred to high court under section 22(4) of the designs act, 2000 or under section 104 of the patents act, 1970.8. section 5 of the act deals with the constitution of commercial appellate division. section 5(1) of the act reads as under:- 5. constitution of commercial appellate ..... suits and applications transferred to the high court by virtue of sub-section (4) of section 22 of the designs act, 2000 (16 of 2000) or section 104 of the patents act, 1970 (39 of 1970) shall be heard and disposed of by the commercial division of the high court in all the areas over which the high court exercises ordinary .....

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Feb 15 2019 (SC)

The State of Gujarat Vs. Pwd and Forest Employees Union

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... october 17, 1988 in respect of forest department as well. this writ petition was allowed by the single judge of the high court vide order dated march 21, 1997. letter patents appeal (lpa) was preferred against the said judgment which was dismissed by the division bench of the high court on april 29, 2003. special leave petition (slp) thereagainst was also .....

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Jan 08 2019 (SC)

Monsanto Technology Llc Thru the Authorised Representative Ms. Natalia ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... counter claim bearing no.51 of 2016 while counter claim bearing no.50 of 2016 challenging the termination of sub licence agreement was withdrawn. the issue for existence of the patent, patent exclusion under section 3(j) of the act was a heavily mixed question of law and facts requiring formal proof and expert evidence, to be considered at the hearing of ..... for its ability to synthesize proteins with pesticidal properties.21. it is the contention of the defendants apart from the unpatentability of the plaintiff s claim, they have not violated patented rights, if any, as: a) nuziveedu sowed seeds of their proprietary cotton varieties alongside the transgenic bt. cotton seed. b) the transgenic bt. cotton seed and the nuziveedu s ..... the ppvfr act becomes operative.17. shri venugopal submitted that a conjoint reading of section 2(j) and section 3(c) of the act makes it clear that it excludes patentability both of transgenic plants (invented through recombinant gene technology in the laboratory) and those invented through conventional breeding techniques even where a new plant, variety or species is initially created ..... the same subject to the limitations prescribed in the agreement. the agreement also provided for payment of licence fee/trait value by the defendants, for use of the plaintiffs patented technology. the agreement after extension was ultimately terminated by the plaintiffs on 14.11.2015 due to disputes regarding payment of licence fee/trait value in view of subsequent price .....

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Jul 04 2018 (SC)

Govt. Of Nct of Delhi Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... be taken aid of to interpret the constitutional provision and for the said purpose, he had placed reliance on maumsell v. olins92, eastman photographic materials company v. comptroller general of patents, designs and trademarks93, tikri banda dullewe v. padma rukmani dullewe94, black clawson international ltd. v. papierwerke waldhof aschaffenburg95, r.s. nayak v. a.r. antulay96, shrimant shamrao suryavanshi v. pralhad .....

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Feb 07 2018 (SC)

The Goa Foundation Vs. M/S Sesa Sterlite Ltd. And Ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... would not like to incur the high costs involved in exploration activities and then compete for that resource in an open auction. the logic is similar to that applied in patents. firms are given incentives to invest in research and development with the promise of exclusive access to the market for the sale of that invention. such an approach is economically ..... receipt of any report from the indian bureau of mines and even before the expiry of the statutory waiting period, the state of goa renewed some mining leases. this is patently illegal.121. we were informed by the learned additional solicitor general that of the 88 mining leases that were renewed, 38 of them are not working for a variety of .....

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Oct 24 2017 (SC)

Asstt Director of Income Tax I New Delhi Vs. M/S E Funds It Solution I ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... , purely intangible property cannot qualify in any case. in particular, rights such as participations in a corporation, claims, bundles of claims (like bank accounts), any other type of intangible property (patents, software, trademarks etc.) or intangible economic assets the goodwill of an enterprise) do not in themselves constitute a pe. they can only form part of pe constituted regular clientele or .....

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Oct 12 2017 (SC)

Indira Jaising Vs. Supreme Court of India Through Secretary General .

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... grounds of character and temperament. the advisory committee, if it finds that, the candidate meets the criteria, it will recommend the shortlisted names to the government to be granted the patent of precedence. 33 15. so far as india is concerned, it appears that the legal profession acquired roots in the years of british rule. the first british court was established ..... her of a patent; (ii)s/he must have professional independence; (iii) s/he must have a proven capacity for excellence in the practice of advocacy; (iv) s/he must have a proven capacity ..... ); (b) the president of the high court; (c) the attorney general; (d) bar council s chairperson; (e) law society s president; (f) a lay member. the criteria for grant of patent of precedence is as follows- (i) legal practitioner must have displayed a degree of competence and a degree of probity appropriate to and consistent with the grant to him or ..... office of queen s counsel came to fore. this was an unprecedented office. in the year 1597, francis bacon was appointed by queen elizabeth i as learned counsel extraordinary , without patent (i.e. it was not a formal order). in 1603, the king designated francis bacon as the king s counsel, and bestowed upon him the right of pre-audience and .....

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Oct 12 2017 (SC)

The High Court of Meghalaya Bar Association Vs. The Registrar General

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... grounds of character and temperament. the advisory committee, if it finds that, the candidate meets the criteria, it will recommend the shortlisted names to the government to be granted the patent of precedence. 33 15. so far as india is concerned, it appears that the legal profession acquired roots in the years of british rule. the first british court was established ..... her of a patent; (ii)s/he must have professional independence; (iii) s/he must have a proven capacity for excellence in the practice of advocacy; (iv) s/he must have a proven capacity ..... ); (b) the president of the high court; (c) the attorney general; (d) bar council s chairperson; (e) law society s president; (f) a lay member. the criteria for grant of patent of precedence is as follows- (i) legal practitioner must have displayed a degree of competence and a degree of probity appropriate to and consistent with the grant to him or ..... office of queen s counsel came to fore. this was an unprecedented office. in the year 1597, francis bacon was appointed by queen elizabeth i as learned counsel extraordinary , without patent (i.e. it was not a formal order). in 1603, the king designated francis bacon as the king s counsel, and bestowed upon him the right of pre-audience and .....

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Oct 12 2017 (SC)

National Lawyers Campaign for Judicial Transparency and Reforms Joint ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... grounds of character and temperament. the advisory committee, if it finds that, the candidate meets the criteria, it will recommend the shortlisted names to the government to be granted the patent of precedence. 33 15. so far as india is concerned, it appears that the legal profession acquired roots in the years of british rule. the first british court was established ..... her of a patent; (ii)s/he must have professional independence; (iii) s/he must have a proven capacity for excellence in the practice of advocacy; (iv) s/he must have a proven capacity ..... ); (b) the president of the high court; (c) the attorney general; (d) bar council s chairperson; (e) law society s president; (f) a lay member. the criteria for grant of patent of precedence is as follows- (i) legal practitioner must have displayed a degree of competence and a degree of probity appropriate to and consistent with the grant to him or ..... office of queen s counsel came to fore. this was an unprecedented office. in the year 1597, francis bacon was appointed by queen elizabeth i as learned counsel extraordinary , without patent (i.e. it was not a formal order). in 1603, the king designated francis bacon as the king s counsel, and bestowed upon him the right of pre-audience and .....

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