Previous editions of IJIPL can be found below (this page is searchable).
Rahul Saha & Sryon Mukherjee, Not So Funny Now Is It? The Serious Issue of Parody in Intellectual Property Law
Anshuman Sharma & Subhash Bhutoria, Save Our Brand: Protecting The Brands Under Intellectual Property Regime
Alekhya Prakash & P. Pallavi, No End Of Trouble? Intermediary Liability After Perfect 10 v Visa International
Prashant Iyengar, Cultural Heritage and the Commons: Some Vignettes
Foreword by Justice C.K. Thakker
Lawrence Lessig, Code: Version 2.0 – Intellectual Property
Divya Subramaniam, Resurrecting Roscoe Poung in Section 3(d): The Glivec Governance
Shamnad Basheer & Mrinalini Kochupillai, TRIPS, Patents and Parallel Imports in India: A Proposal for Amendment
Girish Kumar R. & Relfi Paul, Rights of Broadcasting Organizations: So We Need Legal Reform?
Swaraj Paul Barooah & Shivaji Bhattacharya, Comparative Advertisements: Balancing Consumer Interest vis-a-vis IPR Infringement
Foreword by Justice S. Ravindra Bhat
Michele Boldrin & David K. Levine, Does Intellectual Monopoly Help Innovation?
Joseph M. Beck , Allison M. Scott, & Katharine M. Sullivan, Crossing Borders or Crossing Swords: Conflicts In ‘Moral Rights’ and ‘Fair Use’ In the Digital World
Sumathi Chandrashekaran, From Laddu to GI and After: A Post-Grant Analysis of the Tirupati Laddu Registration
Raag Yadava, Excluding the Troll: An Attempt To Reform Patent Law
Adithya Reddy & Gowtham Shivshankar, Legal Protection for Fashion Designs
Foreword by Prof. Faizan Mustafa
Amir H. Khoury, Brands as Food for Thought: The Case for Regulating Food Brands
Pubali Sinha Chowdhury, Right to Read: Time to Recognize Rights of Print Disabled under Indian Copyright Law
Manu Chaturvedi, Moral Rights in India: A Call for Holistic Review
Subhajit Banerji & Anagh Sengupta, The Effect of the Indian Patents (2005) Amendment on the Pharmaceutical Industry and Access to Medicines in India
Gaurav Mukherjee & Srishti Kalro, What is the Confusion over Dilution? Towards a Meaningful Understanding of Section 29(4) of the Trademarks Act, 1999
Srividhya Ragavan, India’s Attempt to Reconcile Diversity and Intellectual Property Issues
Arnab Naskar & Shubhangi Gupta, Digital Rights Management: A Pandora’s Box Trying to Wipe Off the Rights of Consumers
Deepika Sekar and H Aishwarya, “A Re-Look Into Compulsory Licensing: After Natco v. Bayer
Tarun Krishnakumar, ‘All Your Intellectual Property are Belong to Us’: How Copyright and Patent ‘Trolls’ are Questioning the Jurisprudential Foundations of Treating Intellectual Property as ‘Property’
A.S. Vishwajith & Samira Varanasi, I am mine.. Or am I? Analyzing the Need for a Property Right in Personal Information
Dr. Edem E. Udoaka, Critical Appraisal of the Problems in Licensing of Patents in Nigeria
Meenakshi Ramesh Kurpad & Sreyan Chatterjee, Copyright Law and Parallel Importation in Textbooks
Namrata Dawar and Pooja Kumari, Compulsory License for Pharmaceuticals in India: Balancing the Conflict of Interest
Samyak Sibasish and Yogini Oke, An Intellectual Property Rights Approach to Privacy
Leo Paul Johnson, Intellectual Property Monetisation
Narahari Kulkarni, Analysis of Statutory Provisions Relating to Patent Agent in India
Varsha Deiveegan, What’s in a Name: The Copyleft Clause of the Free Software Movement
Balaji Subramanian, Garcia v. Google and the Rise of Copyright Censorship
Srividhya Ragavan, Sean Flynn & Brook Baker, Justifying India’s patent position to the United States International Trade Commission and Office of the United States Trade Representative
Srimukundan R., The Licensing Dilemma: A ‘Patents-Exchange’ to the rescue
Aman Anand & Ramkrishna Veerendra, Google Adwords: A Legal Dilemma Testing the Boundaries of Conventional Trademark Jurisprudence
Jayanti Mishra & Neha Sahgal, Navigating The Noteworthy: Regulating the Vulnerability of The Fragrance Industry
Pankhuri Agarwal, Appropriation Art: Copyright Infringement or Fair use?
Saumay Kapoor & Nanki Chopra, Standard Essential Patents, Injunctive Relief and India
Swapna Sundar, Issues in Monetisation of IPR in Life Sciences
V. C. Vivekanandan, Book Review, ‘Technology Laws Decoded’, Book by N S Nappinai
Samyukta Ramaswamy & Sanjana Banerjee, For a Borderless Digital Market: Resolving the Conflict Between Geo-Blocking and Free Access to Services in the European Union
Kuruvila M Jacob & Nidhi Kulkarni, Non-Conventional Trademarks: Has India Secured an Equal Footing?
Kartikey Pandey & Alok Kumar Chaurasia, Morality and Patents: Reasonable Restriction or Deterrent to Invention?
Nidhisha Garg, Arguing for the Arbitrability of IP Disputes
Volume 11, 2020 is available in full here.
Irene Calboli, Geographical Indications of Origin, Economic Development, and Cultural Heritage: Good Match or Mismatch?
Mira Burri and Zaira Zihlmann, Intermediaries’ Liability in light of the Recent Copyright Reform
Michael Palmedo and Srividhya Ragavan, The U.S. Posture on Global Access to Medication & the Case for Change
Tyler T. Ochoa, Extraterritorial Application of U.S Copyright Law in Multinational Litigation
Rohan Cherian Thomas, The Bewildering Predicament of Voice Actors in India: A Performers’ Right Tragedy
Anindita Mitra and Eashan Ghosh, A Case for Retaining Transnational Reputation Under Indian Trademark Law
Pranay Bali and Nayantara Malhotra, To Block or Not to Block?: Analyzing the Efficacy of Website Blocking Orders and Dynamic Injunctions in Combating Digital Piracy
Anuna Tiwari, Trademark Exhaustion: A Tale of Two Benches and the Draft E- Commerce Policy
Kali Srikari Kancherla, The Snippet Tax: The Connection Between IPRS and Fake News
A. Swetha Meenal and Sayantan Chanda, Keeping Up with the Machines – Can Copyright Accommodate Transformative Use in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
Bhavik Shukla and Iravati Singh, Orphan Drug Exclusivity in India: Need for a Revisit
The Journal is proud to present its twelfth volume, which is available in full here.
Volume 12 contains the following contributions:
Jagdish Sagar, What is a film, Who is its Author and Who Owns Copyright?
Sanya Samtani, ‘IP and’ Claims in India: Integrating International and Domestic Legal Methods
Eashan Ghosh, A Survey of Contemporary Indian Case Law on Prior Publication of Designs
Advika Muralidharan, An Inky Enigma: the Challenges Associated With Copyright Protection for Tattoos
Emmanuel Oke, The Waiver of The Trips Agreement For COVID-19 at The WTO: A Rhetorical Analysis
Veera Singh, Comparative Analysis of Judicial Enforcement of Trademark Laws in Mauritius With India And South Africa