Dissertation Topics In Business Law In India

Intellectual Property Dissertation Topics

The law as it relates to intellectual property covers the creation, use and protection of trademark, patents and copyright, together with other ancillary rights. Trademark-related dissertation topics include the absolute grounds for refusal of registration under section 3 of the Trade Marks Act 1994, the EU’s Trade Marks Directive, relative grounds for refusal of registering a trade mark under section 5 of the Trade Marks Act 1994, the infringement of trademarks, such as the use of similar or identical marks, invalidity, revocation, licensing and assignments of trademarks. Copyright-related dissertation topics are recognised as including the authorship, ownership and duration of copyright, copyright in film and sound recordings, literary, dramatic musical or artistic works, computers and copyright infringement, the need for originality, copyright and databases, works of architecture, adaptations, parallel imports, EC competition and copyright law, and primary and secondary infringement of copyrighted works. As you can see from the points set out above, there are clearly many topics that you could potentially choose from regarding the law as it relates to intellectual property that you could potentially cover in your dissertation, including the following potential subject areas set out below:

• The economical impact of intellectual property rights.
• How is intellectual property protected on the Internet
• Passing off and trademark law – Do they provide adequate protection in the UK?
• Is the UK creating a right of confidence?
• Innovation and the patent system. Can the current, overly stringent patent system still be an incentive for innovation?
• Does UK copyright law provide an adequate balance between the needs of rights holders and users?
• Does the Fair Use principle provide an effective exemption to UK copyright law?
• How has European law affected intellectual property rights in the UK?
• P2P File Sharing – How far does the law protect the holders of the intellectual property rights?
• Does the UK intellectual property regime provide adequate protection? Compare and contrast with the position in the United States.
• To what extent are indigenous people’s rights to intellectual property effectively protected?
• What more could be done to improve the law to provide those people from less developed countries with greater protection of their intellectual property right?
• How will Brexit serve to impact upon the protection of intellectual property rights in the UK?

Hi, Bhavana,
In my view, your idea lacks clarity. Please be clear about the topic and the issues you want to handle as your dessertation paper. I did not see any correlation between the constitutional law and the naxal problem in the country. Naxalism is a socail enigma and does not have any relation to constitutional law of any country. Naxals does not have any social rights or fundatalmental rights etc. Neither constitution provides any remedies like peace talks nor riders like encounters like things for governments to follow. These measures are adapted by governments as polital options to tackle the social problems. OK, your views are right to some extent, if you are talking about human rights issues. But human rights issue is not a new one and its already been the subject for years for so many research papers.

I believe COnstitutional law is such a beautiful subject and it has several interesting issues to handle like (the recent one AP is facing) power of central govenment for seperation of states, on what measures, provisions, criterea on which central governmetn can act upon or powers of presdient, governors etc in the administration of government, judicial activism as provided under the constitution - whether it is for good ? etc. ( Sorry, I am not an expert in constitutional law, these are only my ideas)

Its solely my opinion and nothing to discourage your ideas.

-LegalIndia

Hi, Bhavana,
In my view, your idea lacks clarity. Please be clear about the topic and the issues you want to handle as your dessertation paper. I did not see any correlation between the constitutional law and the naxal problem in the country. Naxalism is a socail enigma and does not have any relation to constitutional law of any country. Naxals does not have any social rights or fundatalmental rights etc. Neither constitution provides any remedies like peace talks nor riders like encounters like things for governments to follow. These measures are adapted by governments as polital options to tackle the social problems. OK, your views are right to some extent, if you are talking about human rights issues. But human rights issue is not a new one and its already been the subject for years for so many research papers.

I believe COnstitutional law is such a beautiful subject and it has several interesting issues to handle like (the recent one AP is facing) power of central govenment for seperation of states, on what measures, provisions, criterea on which central governmetn can act upon or powers of presdient, governors etc in the administration of government, judicial activism as provided under the constitution - whether it is for good ? etc. ( Sorry, I am not an expert in constitutional law, these are only my ideas)

Its solely my opinion and nothing to discourage your ideas.

-LegalIndia

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Posted Jan 30, 2011 08:11

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