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...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). Intellectual property is an idea, emotion, or any asset that an employee creates for his or her company. An intellectual property does not belong to the person who invents it; rather it actually belongs to the company for which that person creates that property. The inventor of an intellectual property... is not supposed to resign...
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Intellectual Property
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...Intellectual Property Intellectual Property Topic 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 it functions (Lambert, 2009). Copyright Law patented in the UK from a common law concept; the statute of Anne, and turned out to be legislative with the passing of the Copyright Act of 1988 (Litman, 2001). However, the current right is the Copyright, Designs, and patent Act of 1988....
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...Intellectual Property Table of Contents The Need for Intellectual Rights Protection 5 Intellectual Property in the UK 6 Patents 6 Trademarks 7 Copyrights and Related Rights 8 Geographical Indications 8 Industrial Designs 9 Trade Secrets 10 Layout Design for Integrated Circuits 11 The Protection of New Plant Varieties 11 The UK Law Regarding Intellectual Right’s Ownership 11 Conclusion 14 Bibliography 16 Introduction and Review of the Case Study This report concerns the intellectual property law, which sets the legal rights for individuals as well as...
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...Intellectual Property 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 property as the do business. Examples of industries that may require intellectual property protection include: Writers, film making, artists, musicians, pharmaceutical, computer software designing, web developers, telecommunications and so on. A company may sue another...
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Intellectual Property of the of the Intellectual Property The main purpose of having copyright is to provide authors and artists a chance to produce new works. (Aplin & Davies, 2010) Intellectual property law ensures that authors and artists are given their earnings through official distributors (record companies, for example; Economists refer to these as “property stewards”) for recordings of this creative and intellectual work, which eventually give money to the authors and artists. Digital technology developers make peer-to-peer networks, which enable people to obtain the same works without paying. Acquiring the works with this method is similar to stealing... ?Running Head:...
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT Preliminary Analysis Identify the primary ethical dilemma to be resolved? (example privacy, freedom of speech etc) The ethical dilemma in this case is whether to abide by intellectual property rights or proceed with the project under the state’s immunity from such ethical issue. By accepting to disregard the intellectual property right, privacy of the creative minds behind works to be photocopied as proposed by Grifolo Frondoso to luke. 2. Identify any legal violations involved in this case? (DMCA, fraud, HIPPA, 1st Amendment, etc) Legal violations involved in this case is 1st Amendment which emphasizes need to adhere... _________________________________...
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...Intellectual Property Rights and the Internet: Enforceability at the National Level in the Case of the United Arab Emirates By Student Name 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. At the same time, the Internet opens up many opportunities for the unauthorized use of intellectual property. In particular, intellectual property may be copied for relatively low costs and distributed over several states simultaneously. International intellectual property protection laws have attempted to strike a fair balance between the sharing of information... ? The Regulation of International...
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...Intellectual Property 1 Significance of the Protection of Intellectual Property 2 The Challengers of Intellectual Property Protection 3 Introduction of Louis Vuitton 4 Louis vs. Google—Counterfeit Case 5 Conclusion 8 References INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY... CONTENTS Introduction Types of...
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Intellectual Property
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Intellectual Property Affiliation 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 expressions and products have an origin. For instance, a creative piece of work (i.e. music, art, writing, film, or computer software) belongs to its creator. Additionally, these creative works, ideas,...
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Intellectual Property Affiliation 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 expressions and products have an origin. For instance, a creative piece of work (i.e. music, art, writing, film, or computer software) belongs to its creator. Additionally, these creative works, ideas,...
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...Intellectual Property Protections 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 title, author/artist/producer, copyright, trademark, etc. could be used. “Copyright (c) 2009 American Society Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS). All rights reserved. This video is subject to copyright owned by the American Society Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS). Any reproduction or republication of all or part of this video is expressly prohibited unless ASPRS has explicitly... Lecturer...
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Intellectual Property
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...Intellectual Property Disputes and Arbitration. The ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin, Vol.9, No.1, 2012, July, pp. 37-95 Intellectual Property 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. This paper looks into some of the implications on the same with reference to technical protection measures as well as anti-circumvention provisions as captured in certain sections of UK’s legislation on property rights. Copyright... Lew, Julian D.M. Final Report on...
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Intellectual property
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...Intellectual Property 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. For many people intellectual property is something ephemeral, the thing they cannot see and touch, thus they have problems getting the notion that it needs protection as much as the material goods do. Intellectual property is one of the key...
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Intellectual Property
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...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. Copyright, trademark, and patent are the three most recognized forms of intellectual property (Schwabach 55-60). Since the invention of internet, communication between individuals improved through the cyber space. This step improved the mode of doing things, but it created an avenue for people to misuse the intellectual property that led to the introduction and implementation of cyber law to regulate... ?Presented by...
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Intellectual Property
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...intellectual-property/8175-preventing-trade-name-infringement-in-vietnam Jassin L.J (2011). Is it Possible to Trademark a Name of a Company? Accessed June 27, 2011 from http://www.ehow.com/info_8047314_possible-trademark-name-company.html... ?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 didnot 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...
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Case analysis: intellectual property 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 customers of the ISP, and the blocking is not consistent with CJEU’s due to the monitoring obligations imposed on the provider. However, the injunction may be sound because the threshold conditions for granting an injunction are met in the case. Injunctions are effective in preventing copyright infringement, but the scope of this injunction conflicts with CJEU’S... ...
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...Intellectual Property piracy Intellectual Property 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. This is because they are conventional and might not be entirely secured by the existing IP structures. Admittance to, and reasonable, lucrative resources have been included as IP. Normative and ability-building agendas develop balanced and proper legal and practical reactions to these issues (Esoderberg 2011). Piracy of intellectual property... Samsung Galaxy versus Apple iPad...
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Intellectual property
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...Intellectual Property Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights Intellectual property (IP) is a legal conception that refers to innovation or new ideas for which exclusive rights are granted. Based on the law of intellectual property, owners of intellectual property obtain exclusive rights over their intangible assets. Examples of intellectual property rights include trademarks, patents, copyright, trade secrets, industrial designs as well as trade dress. The term...
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Intellectual property
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...intellectual property shared is intellectual property that is now collectively owned. While we should do our best to give credit where it is due and to be mindful to properly cite and give homage to the original author, it is often difficult to separate out which thoughts belong to the individual and which thoughts are now more 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 simply do away with paying people for their ideas or crediting the originator, each author... ?In the essays presented here from The Informed Argument, the five highlighted present the idea that...
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...Intellectual Property Right (Instruct s Define the intellectual property and examine the lawsthat protects intellectual property 2. Examine the issues in the case Rihanna v Topshop 3. Examine the base for the claim laid by the plaintiff (is the issue about protection of image of property in her image?) 4. Examine the claims presented by the plaintiff and the defendant in regard to law of “passing off”. This will include the previous deals between the two parties. 5. Assess the possible damages caused by the defendant to the plaintiff and whether it is a real damage perceived damage. 6. Examine the claim of lack of authorization of the defendant by the plaintiff to use her image. 7. Examine... ...
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...Intellectual Property Rights Pharmaceutical Composition for Treating Diabetes This invention was filed in the U.S inAugust 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 discloses a composition that pharmaceutically can synergistically prevent and treat diabetic complications. The composition contains fagomine and 1-deoxynojirimycin. The weight ratio of the fagomine to that of the 1-deoxynojirimycin is 1:5 (0.5) Invention Summary This invention aims at offering a pharmaceutical decomposition that has the capability of effectively reducing blood glucose... ...
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Intellectual Property
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY al Affiliation EXECUTIVE SUMMERY Marriott International, Inc. 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 loyalty to the brand. It is all about offering unique experiences that differentiate them with their competitors (Jin, 2011). However, in order to offer this experience, the hotel needs to look at its operational activities. This paper looks at the strength, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of this company...
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Intellectual Property
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY] Part A: Key Factors in Fenty v Arcadia [2013] EWHC 2310 (Ch) that Persuaded Mr Justice Birss to Rule in Favour of the Claimants and the Reasoning Behind his Decision 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 concerned that Topshop produced and sold a T-shirt bearing her photograph. The photograph in question was taken by an independent photographer and Topshop had obtained a licence from the photographer, but it had not obtained a licence... ...
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Intellectual Property
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...Intellectual Property Law: Trademark Table of Contents 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. The complaint objected to the similarities of packaging and the use of comparison lists to inform retailers which of the perfumes were intended to copy the fragrance of the original...
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Ownership of Intellectual Property
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY …………………. 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. But, a major challenge they face is to protect intellectual property as it has become a growing trend that small-baby fake companies in other countries more often counterfeit world-class brands, copyrights, patents and they market their creations under these intellectual properties. Though most countries and worldwide authorities have developed IP protection laws to help these companies protect their properties... ? OWNERSHIP OF...
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Intellectual Property Law
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...Intellectual property law Introduction Property is something which is owned by a person whereas intelligence is something which is inherited in a person. So, “Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols, names, images, and designs used in commerce” (What is Intellectual Property?). Based on the nature, IP can be divided as Industrial property and Copyright. Patents, trademarks and designs, normally come under Industrial property whereas literary and artistic works come...
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Intellectual property protection
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...Intellectual property law has evolved significantly over the past 50 years (Cook, . This is due to the fact that most organisations see business symbols as a form of asset that is linked to the goodwill of the organisation (Cook, 2012). A corporate entity might typically have a mix of different intellectual property arrangements to protect its brands, business symbols and intellectual portfolio (Yu, 2007). This paper examines and evaluates the various options available to an organisation in the protection of its intellectual properties. To this end, the paper will explore the following objectives: 1. A critique of five different approaches to the registration of a firms intellectual... Introduction...
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Intellectual Property Protection
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION 2006 INTRODUCTION Intellectual property rights (IPR) represent an exceptionally complexlegal, ethical, cultural and economic issue. Abundant literature covering various aspects of IPR management and protection is very indicative of this complexity. Recent technological developments have contributed to the challenges associated protection of intellectual property. The new technologies have substantial implications for literally each aspect of traditional IPR practices. It has become very difficult to keep any information protected these days. Copying...
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Protecting Intellectual Property
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...Intellectual property Intellectual Property may be defined as a creation that involves innovation and personal creativity of the person who has brought a product into being. The four main types of Intellectual property may be broadly classified as follows: (a) patents (b) trademarks (c) designs and (d) copyright. [Cornish, 1999]. A copyright exists for novel or original material that is the product of the ingenuity and creativity of the producer and this could include products such as films, books, music, sound recordings, etc which generally involve the media and software application and use. Copyright gives an owner the exclusive right to the use of his property and it also means... Protecting...
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Intellectual Property Law
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...Intellectual Property Law: The TRIPS Agreement INTRODUCTION The Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) was established by the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 1994 at a meeting in Uruguay on multilateral trade regulations (Weiss, 1990). Its stated purpose was to address the widespread global inconsistencies in the protection of intellectual property rights. Intellectual property rights is a legal term that applies to specific ownership rights to intangible property associated with knowledge, processes...
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Intellectual property and violations
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...Intellectual Property Rights and Violations Technological advancements have increased the need for countries and corporations to protect their intellectual property. Intellectual property rights have been established in many countries to support technological advancement. Inventors are granted exclusive rights that are limited to exceptions in the law. United States, China, and the European Union are some of the huge economies that have taken intellectual property laws very seriously. The US struggles with interpretation of the law as evidenced by a...
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Intellectual Property Rights
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...Intellectual Property Rights 1. Evaluate and discuss the concepts of express contract and implied contract. Provide an example of one or the other. An express contract involves an agreement where the terms are stated by the parties orally or in written form. The contract reflects the intention of the parties in agreement (US Legal, 2015). For example, John wants to purchase a house. After finding a perfect place, he signs a contract of purchase. An implied contract is formed by the conduct of the parties. If the two parties have intent of entering into an agreement, a contract can be entered where there is neither written nor oral agreement. These types...
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...intellectual property right. Consider how far there is protection on the Internet for the intellectual propertyright Researcher: Rakesh Nair. Word Count: 4140. Actual Date of Submission: 05/03/2007. Date of Submission: 07/03/2007. Tables of Contents 1.0 Introduction - Intellectual Property Rights and Law 2 1.1 Intellectual Property Rights 3 1.2 Intellectual Property Law. 4 2.0 Copyrights Law in the UK. 6 2.1 Applicability of Copyright Law 7 3.0 Recent Issues in Copyrights. 10 3.1 Bootlegging 11 3.2 Application of Copyright Law in the International Market. 12 3.3 Corporate Intervention 13 3.4 Copyrights on the Internet 14 4.0 Conclusion... Topic Explain in outline one form of...
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Intellectual property rights
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...Intellectual Property Rights Task: Outline Introduction/Thesis ment Body Trademarks Patents Copyright Trade Secrets International and Internet law Summary Intellectual Property Rights Introduction Intellectual property regards legal attachments to concepts. These concepts are original creations or new improvement on existing concepts. These ideas range from wide areas of: art works, musical ideas, authorship of books, scientific discoveries and innovations and computer innovations. Intellectual rights form one of the fundamental issues in business law. Due to the increasing innovation and integration of ideas into business concepts, it is essential that businesses take a deeper concern... ...
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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW Intellectual Property Law of the of the Intellectual Property Law Question 1. “The lawsuit of Viacom International against YouTube has not been decided yet. However, it is clear that companies like YouTube that present user generated- content should not be allowed to continue with their current policy, where they are able to generate enormous profits from the availability of such content on their websites, while right holders in the presented material end up with nothing.” Critically discuss. (800 words) It is true that companies like YouTube generate enormous profits from the availability of huge variety of content on their websites, while right holders... Running Head:...
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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
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...intellectual property to succeed, the first important thing to do is patenting the work to attain legal ownership (Murdie 2010, p.56). However, in case the employment contract spelt out the terms of claiming joint or sole ownership of works produced in course of employment then Dicky will have infringed copyright laws by exercising commercial rights on the Valuation Guidelines in his book and the DVD production... ?Part One Copyrights in England is administered under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act whereby section 1) describes a copyright as a propertyright which subsists in accordance with the relevant part of the Act. The description of the work may be original mythical, musical and much more;...
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Intellectual Property of tradename
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...Intellectual Property Intellectual Property A trade is simply a of a business or a of a business’ product which identifies the business or that product. Usually, the right to use a specified trade name is instituted by priority of adoption (Palfrey, 2011). Thus, a tradename belongs to the first person who used it within a given geographical area. The owner of a registered tradename has the legal right to seek a Court’s litigation in case of any infringement to their tradename so as to prevent any unauthorized use of the tradename. Conversely, an unregistered tradename may also receive legal protection basing on common law...
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Intellectual Property Law
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ACT- AN ANALYSIS In UK, as of now, there is no specific or unique cause of action for intrusion of privacy of any individual as exists in USA. (Hart T 2008).Torts of trespass and nuisance safeguard various features of privacy in relation to trespass to an individual’s privacy that safeguards from bodily intrusion or interference and the defamation safeguard persons from having fallacious publications of their personal lives made public. In Campbell v MGN1, it was observed by Lord Nicholls that in the absence of all-embracing, overarching cause of action for “invasion of privacy” and however, there exists some judicial acknowledgement... ? INVASION OF PRIVACY AND COPYING UNDER UK’s...
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Intellectual Property Law
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...Intellectual Property Law MODULE CODE: LECTURER: ISSUE DATE: 26th September 2011 HAND IN/PRESENTATION DATE: 13th December 2011 Module: Intellectual Property Law Part A: Response Trevor’s Rights under the Patent Intellectual property is a subset of law dealing with protection of certain rights congruent to development of original works. Many individuals invent and innovate particular ideas, designs, and products hence the need to have some protection curbing any other person that may want to use such discoveries for their own benefits. Intellectual property rights cover all... ? UNDERGRADUATE/POSTGRADUATE DEGREES WORK FRONT SHEET Details to be completed by the Module Leader/ Internal Examiner MODULE...
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Intellectual Property Law
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW - FINAL PAPER Intellectual Property Law: Final Paper Q1 In tracing the history of US SC decisions on trademark protection, particularly trade dress protection, two previous SC decisions prior to its decision in the case of Wal-Mart v Stores Inc. v Samara Bros. Inc., 529 US 205 (2000) are important. These two cases are Qualitex Co v Jacobson Products Co., Inc., 514 US 159 and Two Pesos, Inc. v Taco Cabana, Inc. 505 US 763. The term “trade dress” refers to the non-functional aspect of a product usually found in its packaging or the design of the product itself. It includes features such as shape, size, color, textures, designs and the manner by which words... ?RUNNING HEAD:...
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Intellectual property law
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...Intellectual Property Law Part A Facts of the Case This case is concerning applying for a patent, and there are 2 issues involved in this particularcase. Firstly, the issue is who has the right to file the application and claim inventor-ship for this particular invention. Secondly, is the issue regarding the patentability of the invention (as the Senior Professor from the University of Westshire has said that the drug may have not passed the non-obviousness test). These are 2 separate issues and need to be handled separately so that the rights of the patent holder can be enforced and that a worthy invention does not lose out on a status that would ensure protection and profits for the owner... ...
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...intellectual property and their right to economic benefit from the fruits of their creativity vis a vis the right of the public to fair use... Copyright Infringement Introduction: Copyright protection for original work is currently provided within the U.K. under the Copyrights, Designs and Patents Act of 1988.1 An amendment to the CDPA in 1996 extended the duration of copyright protection on a work from 50 to 70 years, while recent legislation in reference to copyright also includes the Copyright and related Rights regulations 20032. The CDPA protects copyright for original work that utilizes a high level of human skill and labor with the objective of ensuring that the creator is rewarded for his...
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Intellectual Property Torts
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...Intellectual Property and Tort: The term intellectual property came into existence in the 19th century, and it denotes the innovations of the mind. These are creations and inventions of a person which are recognized on a legal perspective. Owners of these innovations enjoy certain exclusive rights to the intangible assets that arise out of the innovations. Examples of intangible assets include the literature developments of a person, musical and artistic works, phrases, symbols and certain unique words (Glick et al, 8). The law identifies the following as the types of intellectual property...
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Law of Intellectual Property
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...Intellectual Property B. Advise i) Whether the “Desir” is legal to use as a Trade Mark for perfume, and also ii) Whether the smell of “Desir” which may be described as “spice with a touch of citrus lemon” is registrable with this or any other description. Scenting Ltd wishes to introduce a perfume of their own under trade mark “Desir” and its smell is to be described as “spice with a touch of citrus lemon”. It is to be examined whether it is legal to use the name “Desir” and whether the olfactory description is registrable as such or by any other description. The First step is to carry out a search in the Trade Marks Registry data base at http://www.ipo.gov.uk/tmtext or European database... Law of...
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...INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 2005 INTRODUCTION Intellectual property rights (IPR) is an exceptionally complex legal, ethical, cultural and economic issue, and the recent explosion of literature covering various aspects of IPR management and protection is very indicative of this complexity. Moreover, recent development of digital and information technology has made it more controversial than ever before. The new technologies have substantial implications for literally each aspect of traditional IPR practices. The IPR issues in digital environment differ from those in traditional media in many ways. Copying materials from another...
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Ethics and Intellectual Property
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...Intellectual Property al Affiliation Management Ethics and Intellectual Property Social values and moral aspects of any environment are essential in determining the manner in which people and organizations interact. The social spaces determine how people would interact without developing a conflict of interest. The intellectual property laws provide a platform in which people interact with their business without infringing copyright laws and other ethical considerations. A clear le is draw between rights and privileges. Unfair competition is minimized by the application of trademark and copyright laws. The Intellectual-property laws protect both established and new ventures... Management Ethics and...
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...Intellectual Property (IP) is protected; R&D efforts would be compromised, as well. In addition to the expertise provided by professionals, it is nowadays important for organizations to have an IP strategy, or an IP portfolio management process that is aligned to their business processes (Shultz 1996). A clear Intellectual Property Strategy is of significant importance as an organization seeks to develop and exploit partnerships... ? IP Strategy for Greentech Ltd in the area of Low Carbon Technology By Presented to IP Strategy for Greentech Ltd in the area of Low Carbon Technology Executive Summary Modern businesses cannot survive if they are unable to create, exploit, while at the same time ensure that...
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Intellectual Property Rights
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...Intellectual Property Rights Intellectual property is a broad and complex term that generally refers to specific intangible creations of an individual’s mind. Intellectual property law mainly protects the rights on intangible assets such as music, literature, art, discoveries and inventions, phrases, symbols, and designs. In some jurisdictions, copyright, patents, trademarks, trade secrets, and industrial design rights are also considered as common intellectual properties. The extent of protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights largely varies from country to country. Both common law and statute play a significant role in the IP law relating to the creation and protection... ...
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International Intellectual Property Law
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...Intellectual property rights (IPR) are important for innovation. If an artist does not get compensated for his work, or if a pharmaceutical company cannot get a patent for their formulas, then innovation might be impaired, as these industries would have less reason to create. Additionally, innovation leads to more innovation, as these industries get the money from their patents and copyrights, and use the money to create further. Therefore, it is important to protect intellectual property rights. However, in the case of globalization, there are different concerns. One is that emerging countries might not have the same technology as advanced countries, and need to copy advanced... companies...
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...Intellectual Property Rights Task: Outline Introduction/Thesis ment Body Trademarks Patents Copyright Trade Secrets International and Internet law Summary Intellectual Property Rights Introduction Intellectual property regards legal attachments to concepts. These concepts are original creations or new improvement on existing concepts. These ideas range from wide areas of: art works, musical ideas, authorship of books, scientific discoveries and innovations and computer innovations. Intellectual rights form one of the fundamental issues in business law. Due to the...
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