IP Divisions In Indian Courts: Will Pharma See Expediated Adjudication?
A second court in India establishes an intellectual property division to consider IPR matters and notifies rules following the dissolution of the Intellectual Property Appellate Board in 2021. Legal experts outline what that may mean for the efficiency and quality of IPR adjudications.
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