Outsourcing Contracts A Must To Protect IP In India

Law360, New York (January 16, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- India may be the new hotbed for outsourcing, but the country’s laws still don’t provide certain protections that U.S. companies may take for granted. Until Indian legislation catches up, workarounds in outsourcing contracts are crucial in order to protect companies’ valuable intellectual property, say attorneys.

India’s liberalized foreign investment policy – which began in the early 1990s – has led a large number of foreign corporations to launch operations in the country, and its business, data, and knowledge process outsourcing industries have also seen a sharp...
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