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India: IP and affiliated issues in the sports arena

The growth of the sports industry has thrown up opportunities for sponsorship, endorsement and broadcasting. Surbhi Mehta and Safir Anand of Anand & Anand look at how these issues are dealt with by IP laws in India, and ask whether specific sports legislation is required

As the Indian economy accelerates and India enhances its participation in the global sport arena, including by hosting of the Commonwealth Games in the year 2010, several key issues relating to intellectual property and its interface with sports are likely...

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