India has undergone a remarkable journey ever since its independence in the direction of protecting Intellectual Property Rights. India enacted its own legislations for protecting copyrights, trademark and patents. The coming of the TRIPs agreement internationally changed the entire landscape.
This eBook seeks to appreciate and analyze the salient features and benefits of the TRIPs agreement and the challenges behind implementation of the same. This eBook further seeks to examine the entire impact of the TRIPs agreement impacting intellectual property in cyberspace and also in the specific context of India. It also seeks to examine the existing prevailing law in India pertaining to protection of intellectual property rights.
This eBook further seeks to examine the scope of protection of computer programs in the Indian law and the applicability of patents to computer technology in the context of the Indian conditions.
This eBook is aimed to provide broad indicators of important issues and aspects which merit attention in the aforesaid areas, seeking to highlight and sensitize the impact and significance of the same.
This eBook will be significance to understand the historical evolution of Indian intellectual property rights legal regime and the significance of the TRIPs agreement.
This eBook is an absolute must for all students who want to have broad understanding of the legal frameworks pertaining to protection of intellectual property rights in the context of cyberspace and the significance of TRIPs. The eBook is must for all legal practitioners, law libraries, companies offering their services in the cyberspace and other stakeholders who want to understand the landscape pertaining to existing intellectual property rights legal regime in India.
This eBook is authored by Pavan Duggal (http://www.pavanduggal.com), Asia’s and India’s foremost expert on Cyberlaw and Mobile Law. This eBook’s Author runs his niche law firm Pavan Duggal Associates, Advocates (http://pavanduggalassociates.com/) which is working on all aspects concerning technology and the law.
© Pavan Duggal, 2014