Demystifying Intellectual Property Rights at Meripustak

Demystifying Intellectual Property Rights

Books from same Author: NR Subbaram

Books from same Publisher: Lexis Nexis

Related Category: Author List / Publisher List

  • Retail Price: ₹ 0/- [ 0% off ]

    Seller Price: ₹ 0/-

Sold By: MCR

Offer 1: Get 0 % + Flat ₹ 50 discount on shopping of ₹ 1000 [Use Code: 0]

Offer 2: Get 0 % + Flat ₹ 50 discount on shopping of ₹ 1500 [Use Code: 0]

Offer 3: Get 0 % + Flat ₹ 50 discount on shopping of ₹ 5000 [Use Code: 0]

Free Shipping (for orders above ₹ 499) *T&C apply.

Out of Stock
General Information  
Author(s)NR Subbaram
PublisherLexis Nexis
BindingHard Cover
Publish YearJanuary 2009


Lexis Nexis Demystifying Intellectual Property Rights by NR Subbaram

The book titled Demystifying Intellectual Property Rights” will be useful for beginners & professionals as it tries to remove the misconceptions relating to Intellectual Property Rights (commonly known as IPR). The book covers in general the various important aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, which are currently in force in India, namely – Patents, Designs, Trade Marks, Copyrights & Geographical Indications. The subject of IPR, especially Patents is a highly complicated subject and has assumed greater importance in the country in recent times, due to the establishment of the World Trade Organization (WTO) along with brining into force of the TRIPS Agreement (Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights). The TRIPS Agreement makes the WTO member countries, including India, bring their legislations relating to IPR at par with the international standards. Accordingly, India has not only modified its various legislations relating to Patents, Designs, Trade Marks, Copyrights but has also brought into force a new legislation relating to registration of Geographical Indications. It is very well known that the subject, Patents, is not only one of the important component of IPR but is also a specialized and complicated one, as it involves both scientific & legal issues. Similarly, the other of IPR mentioned above, are also complicated, though to a small extent as compared to patents. In India, the knowledge about the subject of IPR amongst the various cross-sections of the people is very limited. As a result people very often get confused and misunderstand the various issues concerning IPR. Consequently, the value and the importance of the IPR system is not adequately appreciated. This has resulted in an inadequate protection of the intellectual property generated which is commercially or otherwise important, under appropriate IPR legislations. This book has been prepared based on my long experience as the former Controller of Patents Office, Government of In