The Law of Intellectual Property Rights: Introductory, WTO, Patent Law, Commercial Domain

 
9788176295475: The Law of Intellectual Property Rights: Introductory, WTO, Patent Law, Commercial Domain
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Shiv Sahai Singh
Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2004)
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Book Description Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Introductory 1. Intellectual property rights the challenges ahead/Hon'ble justice S.B. Sinha. 2. The intellectual property rights law evolution and development/K.S. Bhati. 3. Ancient Indian perception to intellectual property rights/Partha Pratim Das. 4. Evolution and development of intellectual property rights national law and international law/Prasanna Kumar Ray. 5. Recent development for protection of intellectual property rights an analysis of Doha and Cancun conference/Dipak Das. 6. Intellectual property rights in India/Jayanta Kumar Saha. II. WTO and intellectual property law 7. Intellectual property right law in WTO regime the perspectives and challenges for developing countries/Alok Ray. 8. Intellectual property rights in life forms/Prem Kumar Agarwal. 9. WTO/TRIPs and patent rights in Indian perspective/Amit Sen. III. Widening horizons of patent laws 10. Indian constitution tripped by the GATT the TRIPs and the Indian patent law/Manabendra Kumar Nag. 11. Patenting of biotechnological inventions global and Indian perspective/M.K. Bhandari. 12. International patent law and India's sovereign right some critical issues/Tapas Kumar Bose. 13. Intellectual property rights in outer space and patents/Raja Bhattacharyya. 14. An overview of the patent law in India/Krushna Chandra Jena. 15. TRIPs constitution and patents a study of intellectual property rights/A.H. Mondal. 16. Indian patents law and Uruguay round/Swati Sinha. 17. Intellectual property rights and Indian legislations with special reference to patent/Satish Chandra. 18. Environmental protection in relation to patentability of biotechnology/Sarit Kumar Sadhu. IV. Emerging challenges to the copyright law 19. The golden rule of copying vs. fair use doctrine/Preeti Misra. 20. Design laws in changing society/Avimanyu Behera. 21. Legal protection of creativity under copyrights law/Premananda Ranasingh. 22. Legal protection of creativity under copyright law an overview/J.K. Das. 23. The law of copyright protection at international and national level/T.P. Tripathi. 24. Copyright a long anointed concept in libraries/Madhabmohan Adhikary. 25. Intellectual property protection of software copyright vs. patent/Anirban Majumder. 26. Copyright protection in internet/Tabrez Ahmad. 27. Constitutionality of the limited duration of copyright/Achina Kundu. 28. Concept of originality in copyright law/Subir Kumar Roy. 29. The emerging challenges to the Indian copyright law a review/Shachi Chakrabarty and Manik Chakrabarty. V. Intellectual property rights law in commercial domain 30. Intellectual property right/Bhudeb Bhattacharyya. 31. Protection of performer's rights national and international perspectives/V.K. Ahuja. 32. Intellectual property rights law Asia perspective/Ashok A. Desai. 33. Legal protection of creativity in the digital millennium issues and challenges/B.P. Dwivedi. 34. Protection of traditional knowledge national and international perspectives/R.M. Dungawat. 35. Infringement of copyright in films by cable TV in India/Nilansu Bhattacharyya. Table of cases. Bibliography. Index. Global trade has crossed all barriers. Intellectual property law is now an indispensable part of economic laws throughout the whole world. The different branches of intellectual property law patents trademarks designs copyrights creativity etc. confer legal exclusivity in the market place. A balance between protection of intellectual property rights over such knowledge and their quick dissemination and assimilation in the productive enterprise is essential for continued growth of the country's economy. International negotiations about intellectual property poliferate but legal protection is still at base a matter for the domestic laws of nation states. Almost all the countries of the world have enacted laws as for safeguard of the intellectual property on the domestic front. As transnational business grows so the experts need to have acquaintance with IPR laws of all. Seller Inventory # 52238

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