Issue: April, 2022
For Private Circulation Only
Welcome readers, to this year’s fourth issue of Legist.
This April, in light of World Intellectual Property Day on 26th April, 2022, we would like to bring to you a novel analysis of the cybercrimes prevalent in IP Law and the newest way of dealing with it; Blockchain Technology. In our first article, we have brought to you a detailed analysis of the application of blockchain in the field of IPR and the ways in which it can be utilized to make IP registration, tracking and evidence more straightforward and efficient and consequently, prevent cybercrimes like trademark violations and copyright infringements as well as real life developments in this field In our second article, we discuss the major leap that cybercrimes have taken in the field of IPR and evaluate the issues faced while dealing with such cybercrimes and the scope of Indian regulations to tackle such issues.
We hope you find this issue of Legist informative and interesting.
The Association of IPR and Blockchain
Shreya Rai and Rishabh Moon (Research and Editorial)
Cybercrimes in the domain of IPR
Ishita and Rishabh Moon (Research and Editorial Team)
Technology plays a vital role in the rapid growth and rise of any business. It also gives rise to the number of cyber crimes prevailing in the field of Intellectual Property. In this article brought to you by Ishita Sharma and Rishabh Mood, we intend to give you an overview of how cybercrime is a concerning issue prevailing in this field. This article discusses the issue of cybercrime in Intellectual Property and also talks about the scope of Indian Laws regarding the same.