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Patent Law Cases And Materials : A Synthesis For India

Patent Law Cases And Materials : A Synthesis For India

by Adarsh Ramanujan
Patent Law
About Book:

It is a casebook on patent law that involves comparative jurisprudence tailored for India. The book is best described by highlighting the following features:

(1) Casebook format - The casebook format suits practitioners and judges. It allows the reader to independently interpret and assess the implication of each caselaw, which forms a vital component of the practice of law. The reader is assisted towards this objective by only containing extracts of the relevant portions of the judgment. Even from an academic perspective, it provides an unfiltered view of the law, better than any unnecessary prose. 

(2) Comparative approach - For each topic of patent law, the book would provide a single point congregation of the relevant Indian provisions and extracts from relevant caselaw across India, the UK, the EU and the USA. This approach is ideal for India, where jurisprudence on the subject is limited. Courts, practitioners, and the Patent Office often resort to such a comparative approach to learn from the experiences of other jurisdictions. 

(3) Notes - Author's notes before and after each caselaw or topic fulfil four purposes: (i) set the context for the reader; (ii) critique the caselaw or to bring focus on to issues that arise in practice; (iii) contextualize the discussion to the Indian statute; and (iv) examine the historical perspective, including the legislative history.

(4) Focus on law - it is a no-nonsense, no-rhetoric book, focussing on the law, its interpretation and application. 

KEY FEATURES:

(1)    Casebook format - preferred by practitioners and judges, since it gives unfiltered view of the law from the judgment along with facts/its application;
(2)    Topic-wise comparative jurisprudence;
(3)    Topic-wise, single point congregation of the relevant statutory provisions and extracts from relevant caselaw.
(4)    Explanation of the adoption of foreign jurisprudence to Indian statutory context;
(5)    No-rhetoric; focus on the law, its interpretation and application.
(6)    Covers the legislative history and explores historical connections.

Categories: Patent Law
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer
About Publisher:

Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting in India (www.cchifirm.co.in), provides publishing, software and services that deliver vital insights, intelligent tools and guidance of subject-matter experts as well as offer subscription-based products with high quality content in areas including direct and indirect taxation, international taxation, corporate law and several other related topics. Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting (a Wolters Kluwer business) is part of the Wolters Kluwer Group, a leading global information service provider for professionals. Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting publications cover a wide range of topics such as tax, accounting, law, financial planning, human resources and training.

Author: Adarsh Ramanujan
About Author:
Adarsh Ramanujan :

Adarsh Ramanujan is an independent counsel, practicing primarily on the litigation side. He has represented clientele in a wide range of sectors. Adarsh has been involved in/handled disputes in diverse areas of laws, intellectual property litigation, commercial arbitrations, IBC, competition law, contractual disputes, international disputes, debt recovery and SARFAESI matters, Biodiversity laws. He draws from his considerable exposure and experience in international laws and a 3-year stint in Geneva, Switzerland. In his current and previous roles, he has appeared before a variety of domestic and international forums, including the Supreme Court of India, various High Courts, Tribunals, the WTO, the EU Commission, US Department of Commerce and the US International Trade Commission. He is one of the youngest persons to have represented a Sovereign Government as an arguing counsel before the WTO.  In his spare time, he has delivered lectures and courses on Advanced Patent Law, Commercial Arbitration and International Trade Law, across Indian and European Universities.


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Patent Law
About Book:

It is a casebook on patent law that involves comparative jurisprudence tailored for India. The book is best described by highlighting the following features:

(1) Casebook format - The casebook format suits practitioners and judges. It allows the reader to independently interpret and assess the implication of each caselaw, which forms a vital component of the practice of law. The reader is assisted towards this objective by only containing extracts of the relevant portions of the judgment. Even from an academic perspective, it provides an unfiltered view of the law, better than any unnecessary prose. 

(2) Comparative approach - For each topic of patent law, the book would provide a single point congregation of the relevant Indian provisions and extracts from relevant caselaw across India, the UK, the EU and the USA. This approach is ideal for India, where jurisprudence on the subject is limited. Courts, practitioners, and the Patent Office often resort to such a comparative approach to learn from the experiences of other jurisdictions. 

(3) Notes - Author's notes before and after each caselaw or topic fulfil four purposes: (i) set the context for the reader; (ii) critique the caselaw or to bring focus on to issues that arise in practice; (iii) contextualize the discussion to the Indian statute; and (iv) examine the historical perspective, including the legislative history.

(4) Focus on law - it is a no-nonsense, no-rhetoric book, focussing on the law, its interpretation and application. 

KEY FEATURES:

(1)    Casebook format - preferred by practitioners and judges, since it gives unfiltered view of the law from the judgment along with facts/its application;
(2)    Topic-wise comparative jurisprudence;
(3)    Topic-wise, single point congregation of the relevant statutory provisions and extracts from relevant caselaw.
(4)    Explanation of the adoption of foreign jurisprudence to Indian statutory context;
(5)    No-rhetoric; focus on the law, its interpretation and application.
(6)    Covers the legislative history and explores historical connections.

Categories: Patent Law
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer
About Publisher:

Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting in India (www.cchifirm.co.in), provides publishing, software and services that deliver vital insights, intelligent tools and guidance of subject-matter experts as well as offer subscription-based products with high quality content in areas including direct and indirect taxation, international taxation, corporate law and several other related topics. Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting (a Wolters Kluwer business) is part of the Wolters Kluwer Group, a leading global information service provider for professionals. Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting publications cover a wide range of topics such as tax, accounting, law, financial planning, human resources and training.

Author: Adarsh Ramanujan
About Author:
Adarsh Ramanujan :

Adarsh Ramanujan is an independent counsel, practicing primarily on the litigation side. He has represented clientele in a wide range of sectors. Adarsh has been involved in/handled disputes in diverse areas of laws, intellectual property litigation, commercial arbitrations, IBC, competition law, contractual disputes, international disputes, debt recovery and SARFAESI matters, Biodiversity laws. He draws from his considerable exposure and experience in international laws and a 3-year stint in Geneva, Switzerland. In his current and previous roles, he has appeared before a variety of domestic and international forums, including the Supreme Court of India, various High Courts, Tribunals, the WTO, the EU Commission, US Department of Commerce and the US International Trade Commission. He is one of the youngest persons to have represented a Sovereign Government as an arguing counsel before the WTO.  In his spare time, he has delivered lectures and courses on Advanced Patent Law, Commercial Arbitration and International Trade Law, across Indian and European Universities.

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