Intellectual Property Rights | Notes, Cases & Study Material

By | April 18, 2020
Intellectual Property Rights

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Intellectual Property Rights has proved itself to be invaluable in all senses in the socio-economic fields in the world. It has gained immense popularity in the recent past. It is what motivates people to create and innovate. Things that are governed by Intellectual property laws are creations of the mind.

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Module: 1 

  1. Basic Concept of Intellectual Property (IPR)
  2. Characteristics and Nature Of Intellectual Property Rights
  3. Justifications for the Protection of IP Rights | Explained
  4. 5 Leading Cases of Intellectual Property Rights
  5. Major International Instruments | Intellectual Property

Module: 2

  1. Introduction to Copyright
  2. Difference between Trademark and Design Registration
  3. Trade Secret: Meaning and Criteria for Protection
  4. Plagiarism in the Cyberspace | Copyright and Cyber Law

Module: 2

  1. Grounds for Refusal to Register a Trademark | Explained
  2. Law Relating To Piracy Of Designs In India
  • Jean Johnson says:

    My ex-boyfriend constructed a steel shelter and installed an electric gate on my property…Is that considered immovable property? and does he have the right to remove them without my consent?

    • Hritik says:

      Being an immovable property or not, is never a question of the subject matter, but the fact which is subjective is that he did that on your property without your consent, which may subject to trespass, and nuisance.

  • Prachi Sharma says:

    Easy to learn notes…..Thanks Legal Bites😊

  • yaadvi dhawan says:

    There is a rising requirement for enterprises and experts to methodically consider the means required for ensuring, overseeing, and authorizing intellectual property rights, to get the most ideal business results from its proprietorship. These study material gives an understanding of the laws identified with intellectual property and the organization of these laws.