Intellectual Property Law(IPR)

Intellectual Property Law will help you to Patents, Copyrights, Trademark the  intellectual property protection granted under Indian law to the creators of original works of authorship.

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Patents

A patent is an exclusive right granted by the Government to the inventor to exclude others to use, make and sell an invention is a specific period of time. The main motto to enact patent law is to encourage inventors to contribute more in their field by awarding them exclusive rights for their inventions.

In modern terms, the patent is usually referred to as the right granted to an inventor for his Invention of any new, useful, non-obvious process, machine, article of manufacture, or composition of matter. The word “patent” is referred from a Latin term “patere” which means “to lay open,” i.e. to make available for public inspection. The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) provides a way to file an international patent application in which a patent can be filed through a single patent application in a large number of countries.

Copyrights

Copyright is a form of intellectual property protection granted under Indian law to the creators of original works of authorship such as literary works, dramatic, musical and artistic works, cinematographic films and sound recordings.

These rights can be exercised only by the owner of copyright or by any other person who is duly licensed in this regard by the owner of copyright. These rights include the right of adaptation, right of reproduction, right of publication, right to make translations, communication to public etc.

Trademark

Trademark is a branch of intellectual property rights. Intellectual property rights permit people to maintain ownership rights of their innovative product and creative activity.  Types of intellectual property are Trademarks, Copyright Act, Patent Act, and  Designs  Act. A trademark includes a name, word, or sign that differentiates goods from the goods of other enterprises. Marketing of goods or services by the procedure becomes much easier with a trademark because recognition of product with the trademark is assured and easier. The owner can prevent the use of his mark or sign by another competitor.

Trademark is a marketing tool which increases financing of the business. A trademark is not always a brand but the brand is always is a trademark. People are more influenced by the distinctive trademark that reflects the quality of the product.