Creating Appropriate Legal Framework in the Utilization of Intellectual Property Products

Hayyan ul Haq


Evaluating the consequences of the existing creator and inventor doctrine on access to public goods, this paper investigates the ways of finding the most adequate legal protection that may bridge public interest and private interest in this respect. For that reason, this work will not only re-examine the status of exclusive intellectual property rights, but also its implication in Indonesia. In addition, it proposes the embodiment of humanistic rationalisation and the U-Principle in order to protect public interest. This protection is meant to create an ideal legal framework for expanding broader public access to any essential product in the field of food, agriculture, health and education in order to maintain the sustainability of collective life.

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