Prof.(Dr.) N S Gopalakrishnan

Books

  1. Principles of Intellectual Property, along with Dr. T.G. Agitha, Eastern Book Co. Second Edition 2014 and First Edition 2009.
  2. Study on Testdata Protection in India, along with Benoy K. Kadavan, Eastern Book Co. 2005.
  3. Intellectual Property and Criminal Law, National Law School, Bangalore, 1994.

 

Chapter of Books

4. Compulsory Licence under the Indian Patent Law, along with Madhuri Anand,  in Reto M. Hilty and Kung-Chung Liu (Eds), Compulsory

licensing : practical Experiences and Ways Forward, Springer 2014.

  1. Indian Copyright Law, along with T.G.Agitha, in Hundred Years of Imperial Copyright, Uma Suthersanen and Ysolde Gendreau, (Ed.) (Edward Elgar, 2012).
  2. Indian Patent System: The Road Ahead”, along with T.G. Agitha in Ryo Shimanami (Edr.) The Future of the Patent System, (Edward Elgar, 2011).
  3. TRIPS Flexibilities: The Case of India, Intellectual Property and access to Medicine: Papers and Perspectives”, WHO, Regional Office for South-East Asia, 2010, p.63.
  4. Protection of Traditional Medicines: Lessons from India, Intellectual Property and access to Medicine: Papers and Perspectives” WHO, Regional Office for South-East Asia, 2010, p. 177.

 

Articles, Comments and Notes

 

  1. Principles for Intellectual Property Provisions in Bilateral and Regional Agreements: Reflections on the ongoing negotiations of EU-India FTA, Journal of IIC, 2013.
  2. Access to Health Care in India: Implications of Patent Law, Journal of Indian Legal Thought, 2012.
  3. Indian Patent System: The Road Ahead”, along with T.G. Agitha in The Future of the Patent System, Ryo Shimanami (Ed.) Institute of Intellectual Property, Japan 2009.
  4. Intellectual Property Laws, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, (2009 Forth coming)
  5. TRIPS Agreement and Public Health: An Overview of International Issues, Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, Vol. 13, September 2008 pp 395-400.
  6. Intellectual Property Laws, LXII, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, (2008).
  7. Intellectual Property Laws, LXII, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, 2007.
  8. Exploring the relationship between geographical indications and traditional knowledge: An analysis of the legal tools for GIs protection in Asia (along with Prabha and Aravind), ICISD, Geneva, 2007.
  9. Intellectual Property Laws, LXI, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, (2006).
  10. TRIPS and Protection of Traditional Knowledge of Genetic Resources: New Challenges to the Patent System, European Intellectual Property Review, (Sweet & Maxwell, London, (January), 11-18 (2005).
  11. Intellectual Property Laws, LX, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, (2005) 415.
  12. Traditional Knowledge, Information Technology and Development – The Challenges, Cochin University Law Review, 132-147 (2005).
  13. Intellectual Property Laws, LX, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, (2004) 389.
  14. Intellectual Property Laws, XXXIX, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, 497-510 (2003).
  15. Protection of Traditional Knowledge: The Need for a Sui Generis Law in India, Vol.5 No.5, The Journal of World Intellectual Property, 725-742 (Geneva, September, 2002).
  16. A Bill and its Flaws (The Indian Biodiversity Bill 2001) along with Lawrence Surendra, Frontline, August 30 2002 p.91.
  17. Copyright Issues in Internet and the Indian Law, in Constitutional Jurisprudence, Eastern Book Co. (2002).
  18. Intellectual Property Law, XXXVIII, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, 475-492 (2002).
  19. Intellectual Property Law, XXXVII, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, 373-394 (2001) 373.
  20. Teaching Intellectual Property Laws in the Millennium in the Context of TRIPS, WIPO World Wide Academy Publication, Geneva, 2001.
  21. Technological Changes and Challenges to Copyright Law, Copyright Law: Emerging Trends and Challenges, School of Indian Legal Thought, Kottayam, 2001, 7-16.
  22. An “effective” Sui Generis law to Protect Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Right in India A Critique, Vol. 4 No.1 The Journal of World Intellectual Property, 157-172 (Geneva, January 2001).
  23. Patent (Second Amendment) Bill, 1999 – An Analysis, [2001]1 SCC (Journal) 14-28.
  24. Protection of Farmers’ Right in India: Need for Legislative Changes, [2001] CULR 105-116.
  25. Protection of Intellectual Property: Border Control Measures under the TRIPS and Indian Laws, 2000 Corporate Law Cases, Journal 23.
  26. Intellectual Property and Human Rights Violation, [2000] CULR 92-97.
  27. Intellectual Property Law, XXXVI, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, 339 – 362 (2000).
  28. Patenting Ayurvedic Medicines in India, 1 Ayurmedline, 113-118 (1999)
  29. Patenting of Microorganism under TRIPS – Things India should Do, Biotechnology Review, RIS, New Delhi, 55-66 (1999).
  30. Teaching Intellectual Property from a Developmental Perspective, WIPO Regional Symposium, Beijing, 1999.
  31. Protection of Traditional Knowledge – The Challenges, WIPO Regional Symposium, Beijing, 1999.
  32. Intellectual Property Law, XXXIII, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, (1997-98.)
  33. Impact of the Patent System on Traditional Knowledge, XXII, Cochin University Law Review, 219-230, (1998).
  34. WIPO Copyright and Performers and Phonogram Treaties- Implications for India, XXI Academy Law Review, 1-40, (1997).
  35. Exploitation of Network and Regulation of Information, Softic Symposium ‘97, Software Information Center, Tokyo, Japan, 1997.
  36. Intellectual Property Law, XXXII, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, (1996.)
  37. Patent Amendment Bill, 1995 – A Critique, [1996]3 Supreme Court Cases (J), 1-8.
  38. Biotechnology and Intellectual Property Protection, XIX Academy Law Review, 1-30 (1995).
  39. Intellectual Property Law, XXXI, Annual Survey of Indian Law, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, (1995).
  40. Patenting of Traditional Knowledge in India, (along with Prasant Sebasan et.al., Center For Science and Environment, Delhi).
  41. Intellectual Property, Seeds, the Future of Farming and Farmers, (along with Lawrence Surendra), (1995) 5 Supreme Court Cases (J), 10-20.
  42. Diversity related Intellectual Property Rights: The GATT Final Act and The Convention on Biological Diversity – The Challenges, XVIII, Academy Law Review, 261-72, (1994).
  43. Criminal Law and Intellectual Property: Current Practices, 36 Journal of Indian Law Institute, 64-79, (1994).
  44. Computer software Protection, Dunkel Draft Text and the Indian Copyright Law, XVII, Academy Law Review, 33-48, (1993).

 

Other areas

  1. Terrorism and the Law, (1992)3 March of the Law, National Law School, Bangalore, 235-240.
  2. Terrorism and the Law, (1991)2 March of the Law, National Law School, Bangalore, 140-147.
  3. Terrorism and the Law, (1990)1 March of the Law, National Law School, Bangalore, 189-196.
  4. Essential Commodities Act, (1990)1 March of the Law, National Law School, Bangalore, 171-174.
  5. Legal Control of Cable Television in India: A study with Special reference to State of Karnataka, XIV, Academy Law Review, 83-111, (1990).
  6. Delay in Execution: An Evaluation of the Judicial Reasoning, 1 National Law School Journal, 169-180, (1989).
  7. Protection of property and the Indian Penal Code, XII, Academy Law Review, 81-164, (1989).
  8. Remission of Jail Sentences In Kerala, [1986] Cochin University Law Review, 8-24.
  9. Impact of Welfare Schemes on Kanikkar: An Empirical Study, [1985] Cochin University Law Review, 237-258.
  10. Tribal Welfare Legislation in Kerala: A Critical Appraisal, VIII, Academy Law Review, 81-132, (1984).
  11. Mithu v. Punjab: A New Lease of Life for Hardened Criminals, VII, Academy Law Review, 245-252 (1983).

 

anuary 2013.

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