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[Your full name] [Instructor’s full name] April 14, 2011 Intellectual Property Before going into the discussion regarding intellectual property, let us get a better understanding of what intellectual property actually is. “Intellectual property, sometimes abbreviated IP, is a legal definition of ideas, inventions, artistic works and other commercially viable products created out of one's own mental processes” (Pollick).
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The UK copyright legislativedata sheet, which was amended on 27th November, 2009, shapes and outlines the Copyright, Designs, as well as the Patents Act of 1988, the principle legislative discoursing intellectual possessionsprivileges in the United Kingdom, and the duty to which… The law offers rights of control to the creators of literary works, films, music,…
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This report concerns the intellectual property law, which sets the legal rights for individuals as well as organizations to control and manipulate intangible creations and marks. Such creations may range from novels to logos to drug formulae. This work will first describe the… The mentioned sections will attempt to elaborate the legal ground that all…
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Companies that produce work that are the result of creative efforts of individuals or the products that are unique in their own way should have intellectual property protection. For such organizations it’s very crucial for their success to protect their intellectual… 2. Intellectual property may include inventions, creative efforts of individuals, original…
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The main purpose of having copyright is to provide authors and artists a chance to produce new works.Intellectual property law ensures that authors and artists are given their earnings through official distributors for recordings of this creative and intellectual work… The main purpose of having copyright is to provide authors and artists a chance to produce…
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In order to protect our property from thieves we put locks on our doors and signaling systems in our houses. Unfortunately, the owners of the small businesses sometimes forget that their ideas, business and marketing strategies, are often of more value than stereo systems, TV sets and PCs locked in their homes.… Erik Sherman in his article in The Chief…
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The dilemma in the case "Intellectual Property" is whether to abide by intellectual property rights or proceed with the project under the state’s immunity. By accepting to disregard the intellectual property right, privacy of the creative minds behind works to be photocopied.… Step I.  Understanding the situationStep I.  Understanding the…
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The Regulation of International Intellectual Property Rights and the Internet: Enforceability at the National Level in the Case of the United Arab Emirates By Course Institution Date Abstract The Internet provides a unique opportunity for the holders of intellectual property rights to publish and sell or rent their material.… In order to accomplish this fair…
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Intellectual property rights have increasingly been a thing of debate considering the fact that many people are embracing technology to come up with new developments in the society. The United Kingdom has had matters to do with intellectual property as well as rights for the same. … The United Kingdom has had matters to do with intellectual property as well as…
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The concept intellectual property simply means such kind of possessions and assets that are the outcome of an individual’s intellect or ideas, and these can be either tangible or intangible. In other words, intellectual property is the production of man’s imagination and… Almost all the organizations whether large of small, national or multinational, and…
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This paper presents an overview of digital intellectual property along with different kind of issues such as plagiarism, reverse engineering, open source code, competitive intelligence, or cybersquatting. … This essay discusses that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce encourages the implementation of market-based as well as technological systems and ways for digital…
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This paper presents an overview of digital intellectual property along with different kind of issues such as plagiarism, reverse engineering, open source code, competitive intelligence, or cybersquatting. A very simple idea to explain intellectual property is to understand the view that all great products have an origin. … A creative piece of work (i.e. music,…
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Presented by Professor Subject Date Intellectual property Introduction Intellectual property is the right recognized by law to protect an individual’s intellect. When someone comes up with an idea, a new invention or an expression, the law protects other people from making use of such ideas without permission from the owner.… Background of the research…
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Find a piece of music, movies, books, computer and game software, etc. and look for an example of copyright (or trademark) notice. Paste a copy of the copyright notice in this file. If the original copy is not accessible, then a brief description of the item including… The names, trademarks, service marks and logos of ASPRS or the sponsors appearing in this…
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Intelectual Property Law Reed’s argument that Reed had no foreknowledge of the existence of Raybok would not be justified on the grounds that he did not have fore knowledge that Raybok already existed because according to the USPTO, “The principal factors considered by the examining attorney in determining whether there would be a likelihood of confusion” includes when “similarity of the marks; and the commercial relationship between the goods and/or services listed in the application” (All Experts, 2011).…
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The injunction against the information services provider may not consistent with United Kingdom law and that of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). The injunction conflicts with the rights of the Information Society Service Provider and the legitimate rights of… Past rulings by the CJEU and The High Court of England and Wales, will be useful in…
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Intellectual property (IP) includes innovations, ideas, and concepts of the mind, fictional and inventive works, characters, titles, images and designs used for moneymaking purposes. Innovations and artistic expressions of local people and societies are also categorized as IP.… The piracy of intellectual property is the illegitimate use of another individual’s…
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In the essays presented here from The Informed Argument, the five authors highlighted present the idea that intellectual property shared is intellectual property that is now collectively owned. … One person’s work inspires another person’s work and before you know it, it is a melting pot of ideas, influences, and thoughts. Although no one is suggesting that we…
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Based on the law of intellectual property, owners of intellectual property obtain exclusive rights over their intangible assets. Examples of… Every corporation depends on its intellectual property for proper functioning. Intellectual property often include valuable knowledge on the manner in which an organisation conducts its business, make decisions,…
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Examine the factors leading judge to make his decision on the case. How did the judge substantiate the claim of passing off? Was the defendant’s act a deception to their clients, did it case damage to plaintiff, and did it affect plaintiff’s goodwill? Intellectual… ecognizes the intellectual property right and offer protection in order to nurture creativity…
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Intellectual Property Rights Pharmaceutical Composition for Treating Diabetes This invention was filed in the U.S in August 2008 by Zhou Yinjun, Jiand Meixiang, and Zeng Guangrao and the patent was issued in February 2011 under current U.S Classification numbers 424/725; 424/729; 424/752; 514/345; 424/758.… It is able to prevent…
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In Fenty v Arcadia [2013] EWHC 2310 (Ch), the issue of using of celebrity images on merchandising without celebrity consent or authority has been addressed. The case involves Rihanna who is an American pop star and Topshop, an England based fashion retailer.1 Rihanna was… It was argued that Topshop had infringed the rights of Rihanna and that consumers were…
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is one of the leading companies around the world with more than 3,900 properties, associates, and 18 brands (Marriott International, 2014). The aim of Marriott International is to offer the best service to its customers that will lead to a long term… The paper the looks at areas for opportunities to devise a new innovative customer-focus service, how and where…
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Intellectual Property Law: Trademark Table of Contents 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Background to the Case: L’Oreal et al v Bellure et al 3.0 The 2007 Decision of the Court of Appeal 4.0 The ECJ Decision 5.0 Discussion: The ECJ Holding vis-a-vis Lord Jacob’s Remarks 6.0 Conclusion 1.0 Introduction In 2006, cosmetics and perfume manufacturing giant L’Oreal group filed a case against Bellure NV and several other companies for trademark infringement, passing off and unfair competition.…
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Ownership of Intellectual Property
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OWNERSHIP OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Your name …………………. College/ …………. Introduction   Most high-tech industries are distinguished by their intellectual properties and these are highly important for them in relation to their brand, research, innovation and discovery of new processes and products.… Though most countries and worldwide authorities have developed IP…
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