IPR Management, Protection and Enforcement in India Need for Stronger IPR Regime

  • Raunaq Kalra
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  • Raunaq Kalra

    Student at Amity University, India

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Intellectual property rights are the cornerstone for promoting innovation, creativity and economic growth in the global knowledge-based economy. With a growing innovation ecosystem and diverse intellectual capital, India stands to benefit from a strong intellectual property system. However, the current landscape presents multifaceted challenges, from inadequate enforcement mechanisms to legislative gaps that prevent it from realizing its full potential. This dissertation critically reviews the IPR management, protection and enforcement landscape in India, identifies key gaps and makes recommendations. strategies to strengthen the country's intellectual property framework. Through a comprehensive review of the existing literature, case studies and policy analysis, the study explores the importance of a stronger intellectual property rights system to promote innovation, attract investment and secure the rights of authors and innovators. The study addresses complexity. protection of intellectual property rights. management, covering aspects such as patents, copyrights, trademarks and geographical indications, and sheds light on the challenges facing each sector. It emphasizes the need to streamline administrative procedures, increase transparency and develop skills that facilitate the effective management of intellectual property. In addition, the thesis examines the effectiveness of existing legal mechanisms related to the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights and highlights gaps in the enforcement infrastructure, procedural delays, and the prevalence of counterfeiting and piracy. It advocates for increased enforcement agencies, adoption of advanced technical tools and strict penalties to prevent infringements and protect the interests of rights holders. Based on a comparative analysis and best practices of global jurisdictions, the study offers policy recommendations to strengthen the IPR ecosystem of India. . These include legislative reforms to align national laws with international standards, promote cooperation between stakeholders, and promote awareness and education about intellectual property rights and responsibilities. Finally, this dissertation underscores the need for a strong intellectual property system as a catalyst for innovation and economic growth. . and Social Development in India. By addressing the challenges that hinder the effective management, protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights, a country can leverage its intellectual capital to become a global leader in innovation and creativity.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 1854 - 1900

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.117219

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