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santel51
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Re: Masters in Pharmaceutic and Patent agent (futu
« Reply #5 on: Oct 24th, 2006, 11:41pm »
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hi dear here is the same case
 
i m M.pharm in P`ceutics and 1 year experience as a Patent Analyst in a Pharma Research company in India..
 
I gave Patent Agent exam and result is awaiting...
 
 
I am also in confusion with the career in IP or FnDHuh
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Re: Masters in Pharmaceutic and Patent agent (futu
« Reply #6 on: Sep 7th, 2007, 5:28am »
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Hi Amrish
 
It's a common problem which a person like you having a sound background in the field of pharmaceutics and law, face at this stage.
 
What i suggest, you shld continue working in the law Firm, as soon Indan will be seeing an exponenetial increase in the rate of filing of ligation and opposition cases in the filed of Pharma and other technical fileds by big giants of the likes Pfizer, Glaxo, LG, Novartis etc. as these big names are spending huge amount in their R&D sector and want to secure their technolgy being infringed by others.
 
At this stage, your expertise in the field of law will be highly advantgaeous for your carrer growth.  
 
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Re: Masters in Pharmaceutic and Patent agent (futu
« Reply #7 on: Sep 7th, 2007, 7:18am »
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I am not able to reconcile why IP professionals from India look out for opportunities in the US. As you would find from the different posts here, the IP job market in the US is already too competitive and your education from a foreign country will definitely put you at a disadvantage in finding a job here. You would be better off in your current jobs. Regarding switching your career, a little introspection would help you to take a decision on your own. Choose the career that best suits your skills and interest.  
 
If your intention is just to land in the US with a job, better learn software programming or become a nurse. If IP practice is your passion, I would sincerely advice you to check out your ability to communicate well in English language. Not intended to hurt anyone, just a thought after reading some of the posts here.
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Re: Masters in Pharmaceutic and Patent agent (futu
« Reply #8 on: Sep 11th, 2007, 3:20pm »
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on Sep 7th, 2007, 5:28am, sandra hass wrote:
What i suggest, you shld continue working in the law Firm, as soon Indan will be seeing an exponenetial increase in the rate of filing of ligation and opposition cases in the filed of Pharma and other technical fileds by big giants of the likes Pfizer, Glaxo, LG, Novartis etc. as these big names are spending huge amount in their R&D sector and want to secure their technolgy being infringed by others.

Unless India has changed their drug patent laws to cover compounds and not just processes, I don't see why the pharmas would be increasing their filings there.  The pharmas already patent globally in every worthwhile market, and India's drug patent protection was extraordinarily weak the last I heard.  Has there been a change?
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