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Innovation and intellectual property rights law—an overview of the Indian law

By: RavindraBhat, S.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 51-61 p.Subject(s): Innovation and intellectual property rights law | Indian law | IPR | TRIPS | Patent law | Copyright law | Moral rights | Trademarks In: RAVI aNSHUMAN V. IIMB Management ReviewSummary: The present article provides an overview of the various laws dealing with innovation and intellectual property rights in India. In India, the many facets of intellectual property rights are dealt with in particular legislations enacted by the Parliament. These legislations operate within the overarching guarantee of the right to property provided by the Indian Constitution. While providing brief insights into the law of patents, copyrights, trademarks, designs, and remedies for violation of these rights, the article also covers questions relating to the inter-section of these rights in practice. Where appropriate, the article also refers to seminal judicial decisions on these areas of law.
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The present article provides an overview of the various laws dealing with innovation and intellectual property rights in India. In India, the many facets of intellectual property rights are dealt with in particular legislations enacted by the Parliament. These legislations operate within the overarching guarantee of the right to property provided by the Indian Constitution. While providing brief insights into the law of patents, copyrights, trademarks, designs, and remedies for violation of these rights, the article also covers questions relating to the inter-section of these rights in practice. Where appropriate, the article also refers to seminal judicial decisions on these areas of law.

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