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Intellectual Property Law Notes for CLAT


The CLAT Legal Reasoning syllabus includes a section on Intellectual Property Law and candidates are expected to have a basic understanding of the different forms of IP protection and the legal issues that arise in this area.

This article provides comprehensive Intellectual Property Law notes for CLAT, covering the following topics:

  • Introduction to IP law
  • Patents
  • Copyrights
  • Trademarks
  • Industrial designs
  • Geographical indications
  • Trade secrets
  • Enforcement of IP rights

The article also includes practice questions and answers to help candidates prepare for the CLAT.

Intellectual Property (IP) law is a complex and evolving area of law that protects the creations of the mind, such as inventions, literary and artistic works symbols, names and designs. IP law is important for businesses and individuals alike, as it helps to protect their creative works and ideas from unauthorised use.

Note: Access complete CLAT Legal Reasoning notes here.

TopicLinks to Notes
What are Intellectual Property Rights?View Here
What are Copyrights and Related Rights?View Here
TrademarksView Here
PatentsView Here
Geographical IndicationsView Here

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