There is a relentless effort among public and private companies to build high technology and complex products and these products may embody several patented inventions/ technologies.

Thus, such products are generally patent rigorous (PR) products. It is not uncommon to see such patent rigorous products embodying multiples of thousands of patents.

For example, a mobile device such as a smartphone is estimated to be impacted by 2.5 lakh patents and a laptop is estimated to embody more 250 standards and several of these standards may require consideration of thousands of patents.

These high technology products are very different compared to other non-patent intensive (NPI) products such as an electric bulb or a medical drug, which may embody one (or very few) patents.

The existence of such NPI products may be substantially equated to the practice of a patent (or very few patents).

For example, Edison’s the electric bulb embodied only a few patents and predominantly a single patented (US 223898, Jan 1880) invention could be equated to Edison’s electric bulb.

These products (PR and NPI) are very different from each other from the perspective of patents embodied in such products. A patent embodied in a PR type product contributes to a fraction of the total value of the PR product and a patent embodied in a NPI product contributes to a substantial value of the PRI product.

This roundtable has an objective of assessing/reviewing emerging jurisprudence, practices and changing landscape while shaping patent remedies in India.

Patent remedies will have a major impact on Innovation and IP protection as we are move up the innovation value chain while embarking on a “Digital India”, “Make in India”, “Design-in-India”, “Start-up India”, journey.

This roundtable is intended to bring together honourable members of the judiciary, enforcement agencies such as Competition Commission of India (CCI) and members of appellate boards such as IPAB to review this subject.


Researched papers on the topic (not limited to) mentioned are called for paper presentation in the technical sessions of the conference.

The themes of the conference are:

• Patent remedies in India
• Grant of Injunction in Patents Cases in India and its impact
• Presumption of Validity of Patents in India
• Standards to establish validity of Patent while seeking remedies during preliminary stage in India
• Standards to establish Infringement of Patent while seeking remedies during preliminary stage in India
• Tests for establishing Prima facie case in Patent cases during preliminary stage.
• Tests for establishing Balance of Convenience in patent cases while seeking remedies during preliminary stage in India
• Tests for establishing irreparable injury in patent cases while seeking remedies during preliminary stage in India
• Basis for determining Damages in Patent Cases in India
• Analysis of Judicial Decisions on development of Patent Remedies in India
• Global Perspective on patent remedies

All submissions (Abstract & Final paper) for the Conference must be sent as attachment with an e-mail to


  • Submission of Abstract: 18th February 2017
  • Notification of accepted Abstract: 21st February 2017
  • Final paper submission: 12th March 2017
  • Conference: 25th & 26th March 2017


Mr. B. Vivek Anand Sagar, Research Associate,
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Mob. +91 9916590318

Mr. Kumar Salva Raghuvanshi,
Student Researcher, CIPRA, LL.M (Business Laws)
Email Mob: +91-9453033338

Mr. Sandeep Nagotra
Student Researcher, CIPRA, LL.M (Business Laws)
Email Mob:+91-8224081221

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