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Seminar to raise awareness of Intellectual Property

Seminar to raise awareness of Intellectual Property
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Telangana Chamber of Events Industry (TCEI), a not-for-profit organisation, formed by the representatives of various stakeholders in the event and entertainment industry, organised a national seminar on challenges of Intellectual Property Laws in Events and Entertainment Industry on Wednesday, at Cyber City Convention on Hitex Road.

Telangana Chamber of Events Industry (TCEI), a not-for-profit organisation, formed by the representatives of various stakeholders in the event and entertainment industry, organised a national seminar on challenges of Intellectual Property Laws in Events and Entertainment Industry on Wednesday, at Cyber City Convention on Hitex Road.

Dr VC Vivekanandan, chair professor, NALSAR University of Law, was the chief guest. T Prashanth Reddy, practicing lawyer in Intellectual Property in New Delhi, delivered the keynote address.

Intellectual Property lawyer T Prashanth Reddy addressing the gathering

Speaking about ‘Negotiating With Indian Copyright Societies—Can there ever be a fair deal?’ Prashanth said, “Singers, lyricists and composers are protected under the IP. The four rights that exist on a single music track are composer’s rights, lyricists rights, music label rights and performers rights.”

Vivekanandan said that Intellectual Property rights were created for the public’s well being. “The objective of the seminar was to bring about the right kind of awareness among the event fraternity,” said Surat Singh Malhotra, president, TCEI and founder head of Namdhari Group. Over 100 professionals participated in the seminar.

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