Arbitration and Intellectual Property Disputes

  • Kushagra Srivastava and Tripti Bhushan
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  • Kushagra Srivastava

    Advocate at Allahabad High Court, Partner kay and Partners, India

  • Tripti Bhushan

    Lecturer at OP Jindal Global Law School, India

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Intellectual property (IP) disputes have become increasingly common in today's globalized and technology-driven world. The intricate nature of IP rights necessitates efficient and specialized mechanisms for resolution. This paper examines the role of arbitration in addressing intellectual property disputes, its advantages, and challenges. The study also delves into the use of arbitration in various IP domains, such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets. It highlights how arbitration provides a flexible and confidential avenue for resolving IP conflicts while reducing the burden on traditional judicial systems. The research further explores the enforceability of arbitral awards in IP disputes and the potential impact of public policy considerations. With case studies and comparative analysis, this paper contributes to a better understanding of the synergy between intellectual property rights and arbitration, shedding light on the future trends in this evolving field.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 1297 - 1308


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