The IP Press Law Review (IPPLR) is an initiative of The IP Press to extend our objectives of spreading awareness on the issues concerning intellectual property rights and related laws. It aims to promote study and research in the field of intellectual property laws in the form of academic literature. This issue reflects some of the key concerns of the Intellectual property regime both under national and international parlance. It is envisioned to embody some of the most brainstorming insights that help readers to grasp the discourse around contemporary developments in the field of Intellectual Property Law. Throughout the year, the editorial board has reviewed the papers with multiple rounds of editing to ensure quality and standard. This issue presents intriguing issues and challenges pertaining to intellectual property law in the national as well as the international regime.
|Gene Patenting and Access to Healthcare in India: The Way Forward
|Patents in Medical Procedures: Justified or Not?
|NCS Music and its Impact on Copyright
|Sriradha Rai Choudhuri
|Approaches to Intellectual Property: A Pluralistic Account
|Abhay Raj Mishra, Rishabh Shukla
|Tattoos: A Viewpoint from Indian Copyright Regime with Special Reference to Whitmill
v. Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
|Cultural Appropriation in the Fashion Industry: A Critical Study into the Legal Issues
|Role of Copyright in Digital Communication Technologies and Human Rights
Nath, Saswati Chakrabarti
|Can Copyright Protection Serve as the Tool to Regulate the Use of the Deepfakes: A Comparative Analysis between the USA and India
|Design Protection: Essentials and Prohibition
|Sai Akanksh Deekonda