The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab in collaboration with The Office of the Controller General of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks (CGPDTM) is organizing a One-Day National Seminar on “Role of IPR in a Global Economy: Challenges & Issues” on 18th April 2019 at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab.
Students, professionals, and academicians from all over the country will attend and present their research papers at the conference. The Seminar will provide the participants with an understanding of IP laws and the extent to which it protects inventions and designs. The seminar will consist of a number of sessions in which presentations on various aspects of IPR will be given by experts and practitioners, followed by a discussion. The conference will be summed up with the publishing of selected research papers in form of a book with an ISBN number.
“Role of IPR in a Global Economy: Challenges and Issues”
Intellectual Property is the root of the intellectual development of any country. With the robust development of IPR, the old and some of the existing management constructs and approaches would have to change. From striking a balance between IP rights protection and public policy to promoting IP rights education, the Indian legislature has made efforts to implement better IP rights enforcement and protection.
Judiciary has not been far behind in contributing to the development of IP rights. Litigation regarding trademarks, copyrights, and patents has set new precedents, with the Indian courts adopting international principles and rulings to protect IP rights in order to deter infringers.
1. Emerging Trends in IPR regime
2. Procedural & Registration Aspect of Trade Marks
3. Interface between IPR & Competition Law
4. Geographical Indication & Protection of Traditional Knowledge
5. Abuse of Dominant Position
6. Copyright & Fair Use
7. Intellectual Property in Trade and Development
8. Intellectual Property and Sustainable Development
9. Law relating to Copyright and the Entertainment Industry
10. Geographical Indication and Protection of Traditional Knowledge
11. Intellectual Property challenges in the field of agriculture and pharmaceuticals
12. Challenges of Enforcement of Protection of Copyright Laws in the Digital Era
13. Challenges of Protection of Artistic Creativity in the Context of Media Convergence
14. The interface between Designs and Copyright Laws
15. Dispute Settlement and WTO
16. TRIPS Agreement: Utility and Concerns
Registration and fee payment
Registration and Fee Payment to be done after selection of the Abstract.
Students: 800 INR
Teachers: 1000 INR
Co-authors: 1500 INR (A maximum of 2 authors are permitted per paper)
The last date for payment of registration fees is 20th March 2019. Registrations and payments to be made through this link.
The accommodation will be provided as per availability on payment basis.
An abstract should contain 300 – 350 words accompanied by a brief profile of the author indicating his email ID, contact number and official address.
The word limit of the paper is 3500-6000 words. It must be typed in Times New Roman, Font Size 12 on A4 size paper with 1” margin on all sides with 1.5 line spacing using MS Word. Footnotes shall be typed in Times New Roman, Font size 10 and Citations must be in accordance with The Bluebook: A uniform System of Citation, 20th Edition. A Uniform Formatting Style must be strictly adhered to while submitting the full papers.
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