AN ANALYSIS OF ADMINISTRATION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN INDIA

ABSTRACT

The World Trade Organization's arrangement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights established worldwide basic requirements for intellectual property protection, massively increasing and broadening intellectual property rights, and generating straightforward benefits for the pharmaceutical sector and industrialized countries. The current examination delves into all areas of intellectual property rights, as well as the grounds for protecting them.

Keywords

Copyright, Geographical Indication, Industrial Design Rights, Infringement, Patents, Trade Secrets, Trademark, Utility Model

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