Pakistan Intellectual Property Rights Conference 2011

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Global Media Links (GML) and Monthly Business Milestones (BMS) are hosting Intellectual Property Rights Conference (IPR 2011) in Karachi, Pakistan.This conference is being organized with aim to create and enhance awareness among all stake holders about different potential outcomes of the globally recognized principals of Intellectual Property Rights, for better growth and progress. High profile relevant panelists are expected to present there technical papers in the conference on March 16, 2011

In the recent decade the ripple of demand for the realization and implementation of Intellectual Property Rights on the international forum, such as the United Nations, have also been felt in Pakistan too. Many realize that Intellectual Property Rights exists but few know how it implements and how it affects them.

The Conference aims to provide a plateform for interaction amongst the acedmia, technocrates, scrientists, enterprerneurs, industrialist and others to hight the IPR issues in global, social and economical perspectives and how they can be implemented for the prosperity of modern society.

Intellectual Property, as a term, involves any creative work of an individual or organization. The ownership of intellectual work is called Intellectual Property Rights. Intellectual property, very broadly, means the Legal Rights, which result from Intellectual Activity in the artistic, literary, industrial, technological or research fields. Intellectual property includes rights relating to performances of performing artists, phonographs, broadcasts, inventions in the fields of human endeavor, scientific discoveries, industrial design and integrated circuits, softwares, patents, trademarks, service indications, protection against unfair competition and all other rights resulting from intellectual property for two main reasons.

One is to give Statutory Expression to the moral and economic rights of creators in their creations and such rights of the public in access to those creations. The second is to promote, as a deliberate act of Government Policy, creativity and the dissemination and application of its results and to encourage fair trading, which would contribute to economics and social development in view of the immense commercial value of the intellectual property.
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