FICCI is organising a webinar on the topic, Computer Related Inventions – Evolution of the CRI Panorama in India on 16 June 2021. The webinar is being conducted under the CIPAM – FICCI 100 Webinar series on Intellectual Property.
The CRI guidelines were issued by the Indian Patent office with the aim to provide guidelines for the examination of patent applications in the field of CRIs and to further foster uniformity and consistency in the examination of such applications. The objective was to bring out clarity in terms of exclusions expected under section 3(k) so that eligible applications of patents relating to CRIs can be examined speedily. The guidelines discussed various provisions relating to the patentability of computer related inventions. The procedure to be adopted by the Patent Office while examining such applications and the jurisprudence that has evolved in this field.
The key aspects to be discussed during the session shall be –
i. What is understood/defined as Computer Related Inventions (CRI)?
ii. Interplay between CRI and Patent Rights in India
iii. The game changer in CRI based industry: CRI guidelines, 2017
iv. Case Studies and much more.
Date and Time
16 June 2021 from 5 PM to 6:30 PM.
For participating in the webinar, please Click Here to register yourself. The webinar-link will be sent to you on receiving a formal registration.
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