Constitutional Dimensions of Intellectual Property Rights: Balancing Innovation, Public Interest, and Constitutional Values

  • Neeraj Kumar
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  • Neeraj Kumar

    Pursued LLM from University Department of Law, Patna University, Patna, India

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This research study investigates the perplexing interchange between Intellectual Property (IP) laws and Constitutional Law, featuring the difficulties and potential open doors that emerge at the nexus of innovation, public interest, and constitutional values. Analyzing the essential rules that support the two domains, this study digs into how overall sets of laws blend the insurance of imaginative works and innovations with the defending of fundamental rights, public government assistance, and social variety. Through an extensive examination of case law, regulative frameworks, and academic talk, the research expects to unwind the unique connection between IP rights and constitutional standards, offering experiences into the developing legitimate scene with regards to technological advancements and worldwide interconnectedness.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 5, Page 301 - 309


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