Friday, November 19, 2010

National Seminar on “Intellectual Property Rights”

The International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property and in partnership with FAPCCI are jointly organized a National Seminar on “Windows to Current Concepts on Intellectual Property Rights” on Friday 19, November 2010 at 9.00 a.m. at Hotel Taj Krishna, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad.

This national seminar is focused on the protection of intellectual property like Trade works, Copy rights, Piracy and Parent’s related matters. Eminent legal organizations from reputed legal organizations of Germany, France, Malaysia and India gave their presentations on the valued aspects of intellectual property rights and its protection and how to avoid litigations.

The president of FAPCCI Mr. Shekhar Agarwal welcomes the representative of AIPPI Mr Stephan Freischem and eminent legal experts in patent law. He said the FAPCCI is honor the share the platform and promote the international event in Hyderabad in October 2011. He also emphasized this seminar as timely and need based. The seminar would not only open the doors but through open the doors to enlighten and equip the legal protectionist and their clients the right protection of intellectual property and the emerging trends in global scenario. This cross border trade in this competitive world requires strong harnessing with wide spread averseness and knowledge.

The secretary general Mr. Stephen Freischem spoke on the history of AIPPI, origin, growth and strength over the years and how this organization have many counterparts all over the world represented by eminent lowers and attorneys.

Ms. Karen Abraham, Partner – Shearn Delamore & Co, Malaysia spoke on logo values and its protection.

Mr Praveen Anand, from Anand and Anand, New Delhi let the Indian a delegation and spoke on the importance of patenting rights in the field of science and technology, which is both innovative and unique besides being lucrative to monitory gains.

Dr. G.B. Reddy addressed on the revolution in knowledge, which are the brain power which govern the future of every country.

Professor T.N. Daruwala spoke on the genuineness of use of trade marks for maintain in protection. He cited several precedent cases in Mumbai and at the high court.

Mr. Amarjith Singh Monga, and Mr. Hemanth Singh spoke on the exception to copyright protection and current litigation trends respectively.

Mr. D. Venkat Reddy spoke on brand values and its protection.

Mr. Stephen spoke about the problems in European Union and European patent office. While the various regulations are making people direct to their national offices away from.

Mr Manoj Menda and Mr. Ashok Ram Kumar highlighted the protection of such rights for the digital world, which is now the main medium of communication all over the world including the film and TV media and internet.

Mr. Amarjit Singh Monga proposed a vote of thanks and loaded the efforts made to conduct the seminar and how he anticipated the results of the preparation for international seminal In Hyderabad in October 2011.

Mr. Challa Kodanda Ram, Chairman, Taxation & Legal Sector, FAPCCI spoke on "AIPPI Forum & ExCo 2011".

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