"When the Indian government enacted the Patents (Amendment) Act 2005, it was guided by policy considerations that differed radically from its former IP policies. If the Patents (Amendment) Act 2005 is viewed as a grand IP experiment by the Indian government, the experience of India subsequent to 2005 may be viewed as the experimental result.
The purpose of the symposium is to examine that experimental result from a case law point of view and its conformance with the intended policy. Particular emphasis will be placed on its impact on IP enforcement issues in the chemical arts".Theres's a registration fee (£95 for RSC members, £115 for non-members). Click here for full programme, here for registration form.