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Recognizing & protecting intellectual property rights

Recognizing & protecting intellectual property rights

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Published by Washington State Bar Association in [Seattle, Wash.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intellectual property -- United States,
  • Trademarks -- Law and legislation -- United States,
  • Trade secrets -- United States,
  • Copyright -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprogram chair, James P. Donohue ; faculty, Ramsey Al-Salam ... [et al.] ; sponsored by the Continuing Legal Education Committee and the Intellectual & Industrial Property Section of the Washington State Bar Association.
    ContributionsDonohue, James P., Al-Salam, Ramsey M., Washington State Bar Association. Continuing Legal Education Committee., Washington State Bar Association. Intellectual and Industrial Property Section.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16320816M
    OCLC/WorldCa41844662

    54 Darrell A. Posey, International Agreements and Intellectual Property Right Protection for Indigenous Peoples. In Intellectual Property Rights for Indigenous Peoples: a Source Book, , (Tom Greaves, ed. ). 55 Darrell A. Posey, Safeguarding Traditional Resource Rights of .   "The issue of intellectual property and its protection is a growing concern,and Deborah ux's new book addresses this topic thoroughly." -- Black Enterprise Magazine This book presents a concise yet comprehensive discussion of the four key areas of intellectual property-copyrights,trademarks,patents and trade secrets. -- BizLife May Reviews: 5.

    What are intellectual property rights? Intellectual property rights are like any other property right. They allow creators, or owners, of patents, trademarks or copyrighted works to benefit from their own work or investment in a creation. These rights are outlined in Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which provides. Intellectual property (IP) is the lifeblood of every organization. It didn’t used to be. As a result, now more than ever, it’s a target, placed squarely in the cross-hairs by various forms of.

    “The past folds accordion-like into the present. Different media have different event horizons—for the written word, three millennia; for recorded sound, a century and a half—and within their time frames the old becomes as accessible as the new. Intellectual property (IP) rights are valuable assets for your business - possibly among the most important it possesses. Why is it important to protect intellectual property rights? Your IP rights are important because they can: set your business apart from competitors; be sold or licensed, providing an important revenue stream.


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Unit 1. Link – Unit 1 Notes. Unit 2. Link – Unit 2 Notes. Unit 3. Link – Unit 3. Protecting intellectual property correctly is not simple, and many times the examining attorneys at the government agencies have questions or raise unexpected issues on. Working with counsel knowledgeable in this area of the law can help parties get through matters concerning the best way to protect IP.

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Property rights to intangible assets are not a novelty. As described in the section ‘ The Local Origins of Property,’ merchant law has long ago introduced the idea of a documentary transfer of an intangible – the right to a debt – and moreover, developed the legal concept by.

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Barbara leads the Logistics and Distribution service offering, which includes a focus on Global Trade. Hence, protecting intellectual property rights is crucial for business owners, inventors, and entrepreneurs. IP protection is often a subject of contention and exclusionary rights protect owners from unauthorized use by copycats, infringers, or thefts.

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According to this statute, “everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of. For example, an intellectual property owner seeking to protect its rights must first consider the type of intellectual property it is seeking to protect (i.e., copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret, etc.) and whether the intellectual property at issue even qualifies for protection.WIPO: The Value of Intellectual Property, Intangible Assets and Goodwill Journal of Intellectual Property Rights and OECD Report on Patents and Economic Performance IPR & Technology Bulletin () Protecting Your Intellectual Property From Competitors () What is Intellectual Property?

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