The book is a comprehensive work on the dynamic interfaces in the sphere of Intellectual Property Rights Law. It brings out literature on the interfaces of intellectual property with reference to human rights, technology, internet, traditional knowledge, biodiversity, neighbouring and allied rights, public domain, competition law and the media with up to date information, case law, and illustrations. The book is useful for students, academicians, and scholars from different disciplines including law, corporate, science and engineering, humanities, arts, literature, drama, music and many other fields. For the people working in the field of Intellectual Property Rights and fields involving or related to Intellectual Property Rights and also to the interested readers the book could be termed as a very useful literature.
Sreenivasulu NS is a Professor of Law at the National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. Formerly, he was a faculty at National Law School of India University, Bangalore and University of Mysore. He graduated in commerce (B.Com) from Sri Krishnadeveraya University, Andhra Pradesh. He obtained his Law degree (LL.B) with first rank/gold medal from Kuvempu University, Karnataka. He obtained his Master's degree in Law (LL.M) from University of Mysore, Karnataka. Further, he obtained much acclaimed Doctoral Degree in Law (Ph.D) from University of Mysore. His areas of specialisation include 'Intellectual Property and Technology Laws'. His representative list of publications includes his book on "Law relating to Biotechnology" published by Oxford University Press, UK, "Law relating to Intellectual Property" published by Penguin-Partridge Publications, USA. He has got to his credit about 100 publications including seven books, three monograms, 9 edited volumes, 9 chapters in book and more than 70 research articles published from reputed and peer reviewed publishing houses. He has been teaching and researching in the field of law from past 13 years.
Copyright Act, 1957 (14 of 1957) (With Exhaustive Case Law)
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