Inolyst Blog

Get your patenting costs covered by the Government.

Reimbursement of all patenting costs is a scheme launched by the Department of Electronics and Information Technology. Under the scheme, technology start-ups and small & medium enterprises will get reimbursement on filing global patents. A certain amount of costs is reimbursed by the Indian Government to the eligible start-ups. If you are a start-up with an outstanding invention, get your patenting costs reimbursed by DeitY (Department of Electronics and Information Technology). Who is eligible? Phase 1 of this scheme was eligible [...]

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18 Mar 2015
Trademark

Various stages of Trademark application in India

A trademark application goes through various stages of scrutiny before it is registered. The various stages are briefly explained below. After filing of trademark any objections or notifications will be shown online. Online new application or new application – This means the application has been filed Send Vienna codification – This applies to trademarks having logo, label or artwork. This stage assigns codes as per Vienna codification for non text trademarks Formalities check pass – Here the required documents such [...]

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10 Feb 2015
Articles, IP, Patents

Launching soon – Utility Patents in India

Utility patents are short-term rights granted for inventions that may not qualify for many aspects of patentability like inventive-step or non obviousness but are inventions in their own right. Like a patent, utility model is an exclusive right granted to an invention. In the utility model, the exclusive right is granted for a short period of time like 6 to 19 years. The stringent norms of patentability are relaxed for utility patents. As this is very similar to patents, it [...]

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28 Nov 2014
Articles, IP, Patents

How to File a Patent?

Innovation is hard work but protecting it is smart work. If you are looking to learn more about the process of filing a patent, then that’s already a smart step in the right direction. Your start up is not just a sum of all the blood and sweat that you put in; it is also an embodiment of your aspirations. A patent prevents your invention from illegal use and assures that your innovations are effectively monetized. However this is just [...]

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14 Nov 2014
Articles, IP, Patents

How much does it cost to file a patent?

Cost of filing a patent has traditionally been high due to a lot of physical constraints; add to that the hassle of running after different agencies and going through extensive red tape during the process. We at Inolyst felt that in this digital age, people deserved something better, something faster. Thus, Inolyst combined its experience and professional expertise with groundbreaking technology to provide you one stop solution to your patent needs. This not only saves time and effort but also [...]

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07 Nov 2014
Trademark

5 easy steps to check your trademark status online

There have been many instances where most of our clients ring/mail us about the status of their trademarks which were filed through. So, we thought of putting up a simple blog post that could help track their trademarks in few easy steps. Step 1: Follow this link which will guide you to E-REGISTER & APPLICATION STATUS http://164.100.176.37/eregister/eregister.aspx Step 2: Click on Trademark Application / Registered mark and then select National / IRDI Number Step 3: Fill application number and captcha [...]

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03 Nov 2014
IP

5 tips to protect your IP

Whether you are a start-up in the technology sector or have to do with finance or anything other domain, your company’s intellectual property plays a very important part in your success story. Any creative output that you create is a well thought out aspect in your journey and protecting it is as important as creating it. So how can you protect your ideas and outputs within the company so that it is not leaked and unexpectedly reach a competitor? Here [...]

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Get moving on your IP!

Often enough when you’re busy starting off on your ‘Big Idea’ there are a hundred things that are already on your mind. There is the struggle involved in starting off in the first place, getting others to buy in to your idea and the day to day hassles of a start up. It isn’t surprising that you tend to forget about the legal aspects or intellectual property at this point of time. But, you might just be wrong there. Ensuring [...]

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