Honors and Awards
- Fulbright Specialist for the South Asia Roster (2013-18)
- Fulbright CORE Teaching Grant Recipient (2011-12)
- Student's Access to Justice (SATJ) Association Certificate for Distinguished Pro Bono Service (2008)
- Nominee, University of Oklahoma Presidential Award for Superior Research (2006 & 2009)
- Law of Contracts
- Patent Law
- Intellectual Property
- Trademark Law
- International Trade & Intellectual Property Seminar
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Contributions to Books (9)
The Significance of the Data Exclusivity and Its Impact on Generic Drugs Journal of Intellectual Property Studies (2017)
The following is a law review interview with Professor Srividhya Ragavan on the issues in interpretation of data exclusivity provisions under the TRIPS Agreement, and the impact of data exclusivity on generic drugs.
Correlative Obligation in Patent Law: The Role of Public Good in Defining the Limits of Patent Exclusivity New York University Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law (2016)
In light of the recent outrageous price-spiking of pharmaceuticals, this Article questions the underlying justifications for exclusive rights conferred by the grant of a patent. Traditionally, patents are defined as property rights granted to encourage ...
Drugs, Drugs Everywhere but Just Not for the Poor WIPO Journal (2016)
The objective for this article is to understand the legitimacy and limitations of US involvement in another country’s sovereign actions taken expressly in the public interest, or to protect public health, such as the compulsory ...
Frand v. Compulsory Licensing: The Lesser of the Two Evils Duke Law & Technology Review (2015)
This paper focuses on two types of licenses that can best be described as outliers—FRAND and compulsory licenses. Overall, these two specific forms of licenses share the objective of producing a fair and reasonable license ...
Frand and Compulsory Licenses: Analysis and Comparison 2015 Licensing Update (2015)
This section compares two different forms of licenses being FRAND and complusory license. Both forms of licenses are critical to achieve access to otherwise difficult to access technologies. The FRAND licenses have been widely embraced, ...