Intellectual Property Rights

The intellectual property rights are the rights which are given to a person the on the creation of original work. The rights belong exclusively to the person for a stipulated period. The law associated with intellectual property tends to protect the rights of a person over his original work.

CirTaxCorp’s intellectual property law team comprises of lawyers and advocates with the required skills to handle complex challenge associated with protecting intellectual property. The team of the highly experienced team has developed comprehensive strategies to the needs and requirements of clients. These strategies help the client to preserve and unlock the value of their intellectual assets. The team has rich experience and skills in drafting and reviewing a variety of agreements associated with intellectual property. Also, the firm helps the clients in drafting and filing applications related to Trademarks, Copyright, and Patents. There are three essential methods for protecting intellectual property in India:


Trademarks refer to the brands or logos, which act as the identification marks of different companies and products. It helps the consumer to distinguish competitors from each other. Theses individual identification marks acts as the intellectual property of a company and trademark provides the required protection of these intellectual assets. The symbol TM means that a business has started with the use a particular identification mark as their Trademark. Any other commercial venture could not use it without permission. On the violation of intellectual property law, the company or party any file litigation in the court of law and sue the accused party for compensation.


Copyright is a means of protecting person’s intellectual property by ensuring that other people aren’t able to reproduce or adapt that original work. Copyright protection is required when a company, person or party has created some original material. The material includes literary work, dramatic work, any artistic work and any sound recording, etc. The copyright owner gets the exclusive right to:

  • Copy or reproduce
  • Distribute
  • Perform
  • Broadcast or adapt a work

A person wanting to reproduce a copyrighted work must look for permission from the copyright holder or the owner of the material. He could also check whether the owner has permitted to use the work through a license.


In the era of innovation, patent safeguards the process of the invention. The license gives the owner exclusive rights to create, use or sell it. Further, the owner can grant others the permission to build, use or sell it. Patent not only provides legal protection but enable the owner to enjoy the financial benefit of his or her invention by licensing the patent to another party.