Gunay Mustafa Mammadova
Baku State University
DESIGN PROTECTION STANDARTS IN INTERNATIONAL TREATIES
Despite the local application of the law, the attacks on intellectual property rights regardless of borders have created the necessity to protect these rights at the international level. The fact that each country has its own legal system and judicial system makes holders vulnerable in terms of protection and enforcement of their rights. In the global market, a consumer-approved design owner must register in 200 different countries and file a lawsuit against the offender.
A number of international agreements have been adopted, taking into account the difficulties associated with the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights. This article describes some important international treaties about legal protection of industrial design.
Key words: industrial design, convention, international law, agreement, international protection
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