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The conclusion of the TRIPs Agreement was the start of a new era in the field of intellectual property rights. The TRIPs Agreement evolved minimum standards for copyright, patents, trademarks, industrial designs, geographical indications, layout design of integrated circuits, and undisclosed information, which includes trade secrets. The subject of intellectual property rights has become extremely important since then. The member states of TRIPs Agreement were under an obligation to amend their laws relating to intellectual property rights to bring them in conformity with the provisions of TRIPs Agreement. India has also enacted new laws on designs, trademarks, plant varieties and farmer?s rights, geographical indications, semiconductor integrated circuits layout designs and amended the Copyright Act and Patents Act drastically.
This book is an attempt to discuss and analyse the law on intellectual property rights in India in very simple language. The book also discusses know-how and licences to give an overall picture of the law on intellectual property rights. A summary of all the international agreements, treaties and conventions on the subject has also been provided to familiarise the readers with these treaties. Both Indian and English cases have been referred and discussed. This book will prove to be of immense value to all persons interested in this field. This book contains all important appendices relating to this field for easy reference.
About the Author
Dr VK Ahuja holds a Ph D from the University of Delhi and M Phil from the Jawaharlal Nehru University. He did a certificate course in Law Teaching and Legal Research Skills from the Cardiff Law School, Cardiff University, United Kingdom, in 2004. He has been teaching at the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi for over a decade. Dr Ahuja has written extensively on the subject of Intellectual Property Rights. He has authored five books, including three LexisNexis Butterworths publications: Law Relating to Intellectual Property Rights; Halsbury?s Annotated Statutes of India, volume II; and Halsbury?s Annotated Statutes of India, volume V, as well as several articles which have been published in leading journals. He has been on the Editorial Board of Delhi Law Review and National Capital Law Journal. Dr Ahuja was honoured with an award at the Fifth South Asian Teaching Session on International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Law, organised jointly by the International Committee of the Red Cross, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and National Law School of India University, Bangalore in 2003. He is also a member of the Intellectual Property Rights Cell, University of Delhi.
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