This article, addresses the growing intersection of human rights law and intellectual property law. It provides an overview of the evolving relationship between the international legal regimes governing human rights and intellectual property. The purpose of this text was to define the human rights framework that proposes a characteristic approach to intellectual property. The first approach views the two areas of law as in fundamental conflict, with strong intellectual property protection standards, undermining a human rights. The second approach trying to determine the right scope of balance between authors, inventors and public as well as private recipients of intellectual goods. Article underlines legal, institutional, and political implications of these competing entities. The article analyzes the problems at the global level. It is intended only to draw attention to the existing and deepening problem.