Law Enforcement of Patent Rights in Indonesia in Decree Number 25 PK/Pdt.Sus-HKI/2015 Jo. Decree Number 295 K/Pdt.Sus-HaKI/2013 Jo. Decree Number 53/Patent/2012/PN.Niaga. Jkt. Pst

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The nature of Intellectual Property Rights is vulnerable to violations so protection is urgently needed. In principle, IPR legal protection contains recognition of said IPR, rights that within a certain period of time enjoy or exploit these assets, can only enjoy or exploit these rights with the permission or license of the right owner, because protection and recognition can only be given specifically or exclusively to the party owning the intellectual property. The formulation of the problem in this study is how is the position of patent enforcement cases in Indonesia in Decision No. 25 PK/Pdt.Sus-HKI/2015 jo. Decision Number 295 K/Pdt.Sus-HaKI/2013 jo. Decision Number 53/Paten/2012/PN.Niaga.Jkt. Pst? (2) How is the analysis of Decision Number 25 PK/Pdt Sus-HKI/2015 jo. Decision Number 295 K/PdtSus-HaKI/2013 Junto Decision Number 53/Paten/2012/PN NiagaJktPst? The method used is descriptive qualitative, data sources obtained from books, articles, decisions, and laws. The results of this study are that there are many violations of intellectual property ownership in Indonesia and these violations become disputes either filed in court or resolved out of court. The Commercial Court has the authority to examine and decide on other cases in the field of commerce which are determined by law, including those in the field of IPR, especially patents. The procedural law used is lex specialist. In Decision Number 53/Paten/2012/PN.Niaga.Jkt. Pst. dated March 13, 2013, the Commercial Court at the Central Jakarta District Court rejected the Plaintiff's claim. However, at the cassation level, the decision was canceled by the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia through Decision Number 295 K/Pdt.Sus-HaKI/2013 dated 5 September 2013 and then in line with Decision Number 25 PK/Pdt.Sus-HKI/2015 dated 29 May 2015 at the Review level. It can be concluded from the a quo decision, namely that an essential element in obtaining a patent is "the element of novelty of the invention".


Law Enforcement; Patents; Intellectual Property Rights

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