Intellectual Property and Cyberspace Jurisdiction: Where the Place for Action Lies?

  • Shubhi Trivedi
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  • Shubhi Trivedi

    Assistant Professor at School of Law, Alliance University, Bangalore, India.

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The high rate of progression in information and technology is accompanied by an exponential increase in the rate of cyber offences especially embracing the intellectual property regime. The cyberspace jurisprudence gains attention because of the conflict in the traditional litigation approach and the requirement of the unconventional mechanism to resolve disputes novice in nature arising out of the technological advancement. Where multiple transactions occur in a series of a single thread of transactions, the most important issue that emanates from the discussion is the appropriateness of the jurisdiction sought for the resolution of the dispute. In the light of the same, this paper attempts to analyse the application of the traditional approach of seeking jurisdiction for the determination of intellectual property related cyberspace cases and the issues incidental to it.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 1, Page 1964 - 1980


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