Vol. 4, Issue 2 (2018)
The new world of international trademark in support of WTO-TRIPs with special reference to USA and EU
Author(s): Reenu Chauhan
Abstract: The new world of the international Trademark has created intense demands on new trademarks. Globalisation can progress if there is minimum conflict in laws between countries and there exists a more or less similarity or parity between them. It becomes important to get a comparative perspective on law not only for minimizing conflict but also for adopting the best practices to harmonise the different legislations. The comparative analysis of the trademark protection in India with US and European Union is an attempt to study the legislative and the judicial approaches in these countries to deal with trademark issue in physical as well as virtual world. It is worthy to mention that while illustrate the comparison of the entire scheme of the trademark legislation of India with, US and European Union is not minutely analysed. Relevant aspects of the legislation of respective countries that are corresponding to the research are only considered. At the end, the researcher explains the scope of emerging judicial trends in India for comparative analysis.