The term “international intellectual property law” is generally used to describe a set of laws that govern, in the context of the global economy, the creation, protection, sharing, and use of intellectual property (IP).

There are many forms of intellectual property, such as inventions, creative works, designs, or ideas, that are derived from mental work.

It is easy to use and implement IP in more than one country since it is a non-physical good. It is common for IP issues to arise since IP laws can differ greatly from country to country. Therefore, it is common for these disputes to arise. As a result, there are organizations that are working to provide global IP protection by establishing international IP laws to provide global IP protection.

Internet access has made information available to people around the world in recent years, making global business possible. A variety of global laws have now made it possible to protect IP of all kinds internationally.

Small businesses have difficulty protecting their IP rights overseas due to their lack of knowledge about obtaining, protecting, and enforcing such rights. Here are some things these businesses should do:

Making sure that copyrights, patents, and trademarks are registered and enforced in all important foreign markets

IP protection is provided by international organizations, conferences, and treaties. Below are some examples of major events that have improved IP protection:

January 2023
Delhi High Court sets aside registration of ‘Swiss Military’ trademark by private company
The Delhi High Court has set aside the registration of ‘Swiss Military’ and the logo by a private company called Promoshirts SM. The HC has held that a red cross with white background and the words ‘Swiss Military’ serve as a source identifier for the goods of Swiss Origin for the public.
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January 2023
Return of iconic Yezdi motorcycle hits legal hurdle, Karnataka HC cancels trademark acquisition by heir of original maker
The return of ‘Yezdi’, an iconic Indian motorcycle from the 1970s, has suffered a legal setback with the Karnataka High Court ruling as illegal the acquisition of the ‘Yezdi’ trademark by a member of the family of the original owners — Ideal Jawa (India) Pvt Ltd — which went into liquidation two decades ago.
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December 2022
India to seek IPR waiver for green energy tech at G20
India is planning to push for a waiver of intellectual property rights (IPR) for technologies related to green energy and energy transition in a bid to bridge the technology gap across G20 countries, two officials aware of the matter said. India took over presidency of the grouping earlier this month.
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