Patent Office in India
India is a vast and progressive country with massive population and adequate developments in all major and significant economic sectors. Hence, its laws regarding company establishments and management, intellectual property rights, labor and employment law, taxation and insurance laws, laws for foreign trades and international businesses, maritime and admiralty law, etc., are quite sophisticated and highly refined, for proper and smooth nationwide and international businesses. The law regarding patents too in India is highly elegant and refined, and is in close agreement and harmony with most of the globally recognized and reputed national and international patent laws of the world nurtured by TRIPS Agreement of WTO, Patent Cooperation Treaty of the WIPO, Berne and Paris Convention, and the European Patent Convention. Ours worldwide famous and appreciated law firm well-established in India provides legal services that concern these all patent treaties, conventions, and domestic patent laws in individual countries worldwide.
The paramount law in India connected with product and process patents in all economic fields, is the Patents Act of 1970, along with the Patents Rules of 1972. This patent law of India provides provisions and regulations for patent registrations, patent oppositions, patent watch and protection, and patent infringement litigations in every part of India. To register, regulate, and control patents in all concerned fields in accordance with rules and regulations described in this federal patent law of India, there are well-established zonal patent offices in all across the country in some well-connected and major cities of Kolkata (Head Office), Mumbai, New Delhi, and Chennai. Each zonal patent office covers many nearby States or Union Territories in connection with registration and regulation of patents owned by entities established in those regions. For example, the patent office located in Kolkata guides and regulates patent registrations in West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Sikkim, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, and Union Territories of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Similarly, every other regional patent office in india has certain authoritative jurisdictional areas. Ours one of the hugely prominent and popular law firms in India has been extending legal support and services for all areas of the law, essentially including patents and other intellectual property, to people and entities doing business in diverse economic fields, and established in all regions of the country.