Patents

UVS Corpolegal LLP is a Intellectual Property Law Firm. Helps legal services to individuals, IT Companies, institutions, industiries and government organisations. The firm is having its head office in the capital city New Delhi and presence in India. The firm has capability of providing comprehensive Intellectual Property services including procurement of IP rights, managing IP Transactions and enforcement of IP Rights.

India’s Patents Act of 1970, 2003 Patent Rules and the 2016 Patent Amendment Rules set out the law concerning patents. As in the UK, there is no provision for utility model patents.
The regulatory authority for patents is the Patent Registrar under the office of the Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks, which is part of India’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Patents are valid for 20 years from the date of filing an application, subject to an annual renewal fee.
India’s patent law operates under the ‘first to file’ principle – that is, if two people apply for a patent on an identical invention, the first one to file the application will be awarded the patent.

What we do?
We help our clients manage and maintain their patent portfolios in multiple technical domains. We specialise in patent advisory and litigation.

Patent Litigation: We routinely represent multinationals and domestic firms before the High Court, Supreme Court, Intellectual Property Appellate Authority and Patent Offices for patent matters in all streams of technology including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, telecommunication, mechanical etc. The firm’s technical team seamlessly works with the litigation team, which has vast experience and expertise in handling matters at both interim and trial stage.

Documents Required
For  Patent Registration Process in India

To register a trademark the following documents should be uploaded on IndiaFilings platform:

  1. Logo, if applicable.
  2. Identity proof of the trademark owner
  3. Incorporation certificate, if company or LLP
  4. Address proof

Note: Logo is not mandatory. Word alone can be trademarked.

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