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Protecting Performers’ Rights: Does India Need Law Reform?

@inproceedings{Ambast2008ProtectingPR,
  title={Protecting Performers’ Rights: Does India Need Law Reform?},
  author={S. Ambast},
  year={2008}
}
The rapid growth in technology combined with an increased awareness of intellectual property has led to many countries recognizing importance of a well-developed performer protection regime. Such regimes, involving a combination of legal policy making and pragmatic placation of myriad interest groups has resulted in a nebulous, but growing body of jurisprudence in different domestic jurisdictions. India, for one, has large stakes in creating strong performer protection laws, given the quantum… Expand
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