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Introduction to Patents and Patent Law in India (eBook)

Type: e-book
Genre: Law, Science & Technology
Language: English
Price: ₹15
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Patents are a key component of intellectual property and vital to the process of innovation. They serve multiple uses. One is to reward inventors and motivate them to create inventing for the betterment of society, inculcating a culture of innovation. Another is to protect inventors from getting their ideas stolen and profited from by unscrupulous people.
In this book we introduce the laws related to patents and Intellectual property in India, as well as an overview of patenting and filing process. We also discuss some tips on how to make a good patent.

About the Authors

Siva Prasad Bose is a retired electrical engineer and writer of introductory guides on aspects of law in India. He received his engineering degree from Jadavpur University, Kolkata and has a law degree from Meerut University, Meerut. His interests lie in the fields of family law, civil law, law of contracts, and any areas of law related to power electricity related issues.
Joy Bose is a data scientist and researcher by profession. He has 6 granted patents in USPTO, 2 granted patents in India Patent Office, and more than 20 filed patents in various patent offices.

Book Details

Publisher: Independently Published
Number of Pages: 64
Availability: Available for Download (e-book)

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