Art and Indian Copyright Law: A Statutory Reading

A look at how the Indian Copyright Act, 1957, as amended in 2012, interacts with art (other than films and sound recordings), and, in particular, with Indian art. The first part of this text comprises a feminist and post-colonial reading of the Indian copyright statute while later parts focus on interpreting the provisions of the statute in relation to art.

2 February 2012

Preliminary Drafts of Some Agreements

There’s a document available here which contains rough drafts of the following agreements:
  1. Employee intellectual property, confidentiality and non-competition agreement
  2. Software development agreement for the development of software on an open source platform
  3. Lawyer’s retainer agreement with/without advance fees
  4. Mutual non-disclosure agreement
  5. Non-exclusive training agreement
  6. Leave and licence agreement
  7. Recruitment assistance / business development agreement

(This post is by Nandita Saikia and was first published at Indian Copyright.)

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