SPECIAL COURSE E-BOOK – GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS IN INDIA
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AUTHOR – Ms. Surbhi Aggarwal, Advocate (B.A. LLB)
LAWS CITED – TRIPS Agreement, 1994, Paris Convention 1883, Madrid Agreement 1891, Lisbon Agreement 1958, the Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act, 1999.
This paper focuses primarily on the law pertaining to geographical indications in India, its evolution, development and finally enactment. Various case laws and case studies have been discussed of how different regional products are now recognized as valid Geographical Indications and are protected under the law of Intellectual Property.