Navigating the Intellectual Property Landscapes in India: Unveiling Challenges and Solutions in Safeguarding IP Rights

  • Shivi Sharma and Dr. Shava Devi
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  • Shivi Sharma

    LL.M. student at Amity University Lucknow, India

  • Dr. Shava Devi

    Assistant Professor at Amity University Lucknow, India

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Intellectual property (IP) rights have emerged as vital in fostering innovation, creativity, and economic growth. In this rapidly evolving global landscape, the protection of IP rights has become a paramount concern for many businesses, inventors, and creators alike. Intellectual property (IP) incentivises innovation and creativity by providing legal protection to the ideas and creations of individuals and organisations. In today's interconnected and digital world, the value of IP has only increased, as technology advances Challenges emerge, and this interconnected world has made it easier to reproduce and distribute creative works without creators' permission. In order to protect intellectual property rights, countries should strengthen their IP laws and its enforcement mechanisms. Beyond individual creators, intellectual property protection is fundamental for societal advancement, as it stimulates innovation, fosters idea exchange, and propels economic development. To tackle these contemporary challenges, intellectual property laws must evolve to encompass emerging technologies, digital platforms, and global information flows. Striking a delicate balance between safeguarding the inventor's rights and promoting broader social interests, such as ensuring access to knowledge and cultural expression, is imperative. Furthermore, legal strategies must navigate international complexities effectively to regulate intellectual property in an era defined by borderless digital interactions. This article explores how intellectual property law protects IP rights in India, discussing the legal framework, challenges in enforcement, and the impact on economic development. It aims to contribute to the conversation on strengthening IP protection in the country.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 3248 - 3261


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