Intellectual property is a generic term that refers to creations of the intellect i.e. minds. Just as tangible property is capable of being protected, intellectual property is also similarly protected. Intellectual property (IP) rights are often overlooked or disregarded simply because they are intangible. Lack of awareness is a key issue that causes large scale theft. Keeping in view the significance the office of Research Innovation and Commercialization (ORIC) was organized a two hours seminar on ‘Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights’ on Thursday the 3rd May, 2018 in the Executive Conference Room No. 106, Academic Complex.
Mr. Malik Muhammad Bilal Haider, Legal Advisor, Oxford University Press