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TEAM MEMBERS ANUSHRUTI DAS(118) PAWAN KUMAR ER. ANKIT SINGH(115)
ICBM-SBE . HYDERABAD . applications designed to allow businesses use the Internet in order to acquire the necessary goods and services.INTRODUCTION (E-Procurement) E-procurement systems. It can begin with the actual sale coming through to the purchaser and end with the customer's invoice and payment. are not all created equal. Helps businesses to cut overhead costs and reach a larger customer base.
Reason 1: Intellectual property Ca had become important in international trade relations Reason 2: Existing conventions in the IP field lacked efficient enforcement provisions against counterfeitng and piracy ICBM-SBE . HYDERABAD .
TRIPS: Industrial property standards. ICBM-SBE . HYDERABAD . Provisions on the contents of the rights in respect of patents trademarks geographical indications industrial designs lay-out designs of integrated circuits protection of undisclosed information (trade secrets).
HYDERABAD . ICBM-SBE . Technological dependence on TRIPS: Disadvantages Foreign firms. Increased outflow of foreign exchange due to commitments undertaken in the field of TRIPS. Increasing intrusion in domestic sovereignty. TRIMS and services.
Countries that did not provide product patents in certain areas of technology as on 1. for grant of national treatment and most – favoured – nation treatment.1.2005. The Agreement sets out minimum standards to TRIPS: Agreement be adopted by the parties.2000. upto 1. can delay the grant of product patents in those areas for another five years i.1.1995. This period ended on 1. A transition period of five years is available to all developing countries to give effect to the provisions of the TRIPS Agreement. however.1.e. though they are free to provide higher standards of protection.. ICBM-SBE . HYDERABAD . No transitional period is available..
requires analysis. Section I of Part II of TRIPS Agreement is related to copyright and related matters. musical and artistic worlds. The copyright enables the author to claim TRIPS: Category COPYRIGHT:Copyright is the exclusive right given by law to the creators of literacy. in force in India to meet the requirements of minimum protection sought by the provisions of the TRIPS Agreement. ICBM-SBE . HYDERABAD . Article 9 to 14 of the TRIPS Agreement deal with copyright and related matters. 1957 (The copyright (Amendment) Act. films and records. 1999. authorship of the work as well as to restrain or claim damages in respect of distortion or other modifications in the work The adequacy of the present copyright Act.
he acquires valuable rights by reason of such registration. HYDERABAD . TRIPS aims that the members provide the maximum protection to this mark. Section 2 of Part II of the TRIPS Agreement is concerned with the “Trade Marks”. Registration of his trade mark gives him the exclusive right to the use of the trade mark in connection with the goods in respect of which it is registered. 1999 has provided for the registration of service mark also. under law. Trade Marks Act. WTO member countries are obliged to grant full protection to the registered trade marks. in accordance with this Agreement (Article 15 to 21). ICBM-SBE . When a person gets his trade mark registered TRADEMARK:Trade mark is an identification symbol which is used in the course of trade to enable the purchasing public to distinguish one trader’s goods from similar goods of other traders.
or manufactured goods. 1999 is now the law in India. generally. or any goods of handicraft or goods of industry including food stuff. bears the geographical indications to attracts the attention of the consumers. In respect of any agricultural goods. The Geographical Indications of Good (Registration and Protection) Act. natural goods GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION:Certain geographical names have acquired a lot of importance in the commercial market. ICBM-SBE . particularly with regard to the goods uniquely associated with such names. HYDERABAD . Section 3 of the Part II of TRIPS Agreement deals with the Geographical Indications. TRIPS Agreement also provided the protection of geographical indications.
. ICBM-SBE . INDUSTRIAL DESIGN:- Consumers are influenced by the appearance of the article in their choice. “Design” means only the features of shape. configuration. It should not also have been previously published. Creation for registration of a design is that it should be new or original. HYDERABAD Under the Design Act. At the time of purchase. Many people blindly choose the article which catches their eye by appearance. 1911. pattern or ornament applied to any article by any industrial process or means. people are attracted by a design which has an artistic merit.
1911. Section 5 of Part II of TRIPS Agreement PATENT:. HYDERABAD . India has had a patent system since 1856. relate to the patent. A patent granted in one state cannot be enforced in another state unless the invention concerned is also patented in that state. 1970 is a successor to the Indian Patent and Design Act. and the present Patent Act. A patent is a form of industrial or intellectual property. for a limited period of time. ICBM-SBE .A patent is a legal monopoly granted to the owner of a new invention which is capable of use. A patent being a creation of statute is territorial in extent.
HYDERABAD . Section 6 (Art – 35 to 38) of Part II of Layout Designs (Topographics) of Integrated Circuits the TRIPS Agreement covers the right of the layout design (Topographic) of integrated circuits. ICBM-SBE . Layout designs of integrated circuits are considered as intellectual property. All the modern products are having transistors and other circuitry elements which are inseparably formed on a semiconductor material and these semiconductors are intended to perform an electronic function.
It is inherent in every person acquire. ICBM-SBE . retain and protect undisclosed information about his business. People in business. Section 7 part II of TRIPS covers Undisclosed information (Confidential Information) undisclosed Information. trade and manufacture prepare to keep the information relating to their financial management. HYDERABAD . trade and manufacture. inventive administrative procedures which contribute to efficiency in production and value addition undisclosed.
ICBM-SBE . namely the subject-matter to be protected. the procedures and remedies that must be available so that right holders can effectively enforce their rights. Enforcement: In a certain amount of detail.TRIP: FEATURES Standards : In respect of each of the main areas of intellectual property covered by the TRIPS Agreement. the rights to be conferred and permissible exceptions to those rights. HYDERABAD . and the minimum duration of protection. the agreement sets out the minimum standards of protection to be provided by each Member. Each of the main elements of protection is defined.
ICBM-SBE . The Agreement makes disputes between WTO Members about the respect of the TRIPS obligations subject to the WTO’s dispute settlement procedures. HYDERABAD .Dispute settlement.
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