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For IPR In India, A Time Of Sea Change

Law360 (January 17, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- Nearly two years after implementing a massive overhaul of its patent laws, India is still struggling with legal and regulatory teething problems. But contrary to Western criticism, intellectual property rights are keeping pace with both the fast-tracked development of technology in the country and international laws, say Indian attorneys.

In fact, the Patent Act of 2005 – which adopted the product patent regime for food, drugs and chemicals, and embedded software – continues to be amended at such a rate that it is often a challenge...
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