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Definition of Copyright infringement Law
[February 15, 2013 – 09:45 am]
Definition of Copyright infringement Law

For the past month, business groups from across the country have waged an extraordinary campaign against Canada s anti-spam legislation. With the long overdue law likely to take effect by year-end, groups such as the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, and the Canadian Marketing Association, have launched an all-out blitz to carve out large loopholes in the law and exempt highly questionable conduct. y weekly technology law column (Toronto Star version, homepage version) notes that the business groups chief concern is that the law…

Definition of Copyright date
[January 28, 2013 – 01:12 pm]
Definition of Copyright date

ATN Canada has announced that its service is to go high definition on Friday 1st March 2013. The announcement comes as part of a skew of other content changes on the channel, including the dropping of ZEE TV. Dr. Shan Chandrasekar, President and CEO of ATN, said, “We have had a very long relationship with ZEE TV and a happy and mutually rewarding one at that. We felt that with programming content from both Star Plus and from ZEE TV, we had a situation where we were unable to do justice to either one and from sheer lack of air time had to miss out some very compelling programming…

Definition of Copyright and Fair Use
[February 4, 2013 – 05:00 am]
Definition of Copyright and Fair Use

The University of Michigan just recently won a lawsuit in which the University was alleged of copyright infringement in its effort to digitize its library contents. On September 12, 2011, the Authors Guild, the Australian Society of Authors, the Union Des Écrivaines et des Écrivains Québécois (UNEQ), and eight individual authors filed a lawsuit against HathiTrust, the University of Michigan, the University of California, the University of Wisconsin, Indiana University, and Cornell University for copyright infringement. On October 10, 2012, a Federal District Court in the Southern…

Definition of Copyright Act 1968
[February 19, 2013 – 10:56 am]
Definition of Copyright Act 1968

In Australia, copyright law is contained in the Commonwealth Copyright Act 1968 (Copyright Act). A simple definition of copyright is that it is a bunch of. COPYRIGHT ACT 1968 - SECT 189. Definitions. In this Part, unless the contrary intention appears: "act of false attribution" :. (ii) in connection with the exercise of the copyright; and. "carrier" has the same meaning as in the Telecommunications Act 1997. COPYRIGHT ACT 1968. TABLE OF PROVISIONS PART I--PRELIMINARY 1. Meaning of computer program 47B. Reproduction for normal use or study…

CORE Deposit Intangibles Valuation
[February 6, 2013 – 08:06 pm]
CORE Deposit Intangibles Valuation

Elan Corporation, plc (ELN) Q4 2012 Earnings Conference Call February 06, 2013, 08:30 AM ET Executives Kelly Martin - CEO Nigel Clerkin - EVP & CFO David Marshall - VP, IR Analysts Corey Davis - Jefferies & Company Richard Parkes - Deutsche Bank Marshall Urist - Morgan Stanley Jack Gorman - Davy Stockbrokers Michael Yee - RBC Capital Markets Erin Blum - Goldman Sachs Vincent Meunier - Exane BNP Paribas William Tanner - Lazard Capital Markets Jake Kemeny - Morgan Stanley Guillaume Van Renterghem - UBS Presentation Operator Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing…

Copyright Valuations
[February 12, 2013 – 10:57 am]
Copyright Valuations

Equity income investors continue to be supported by strong corporate earnings and attractive dividend yields. Although corporate earnings expectations for 2013 continue to fall, growth forecasts are getting close to realistic levels, and we could be close to an upturn in earnings momentum. Valuation support for equities is also strong enough to withstand any residual earnings downgrades. Earnings momentum failed to pick up meaningfully in January, but there are some early signs of a turnaround ahead. The ratio of analyst earnings per share (EPS) upgrades to downgrades over the…

Copyright Valuation Rule of Thumb
[February 5, 2013 – 01:10 pm]
Copyright Valuation Rule of Thumb

Uniloc put to rest the 25% rule-of-thumb. Assuming the problem is the “of-thumb” nature of the 25% rule, seeking more rigorous proof, plaintiffs in patent infringement cases have tried turning to the Nash Bargaining Solution as a mathematical construct for calculating damages. So, how’s that going for them? Oracle tried to use it in the $6B damages request against Google, and Judge Alsup wanted no part of it: “No jury could follow this Greek or testimony trying to explain it. The Nash Bargaining Solution would invite a miscarriage of justice by clothing a fifty-percent assumption…

Copyright explanation for Kids
[February 7, 2013 – 07:48 pm]
Copyright explanation for Kids

This is something I have worked on for a while. As you guys may remember I wrote a piece on an “Easy Explanation of Immunology” a while back. And I noticed one of the comments. I apparently didn’t set it all the way to easy and there were some bits that needed further explanation so I started working on a series of pieces that explain vaccination properly. So if you are new to the debate go have a read of the above article. It may not be as easy as I thought it was but the next series of posts will expand on it and try to hammer out some of the basics so that you can better…

CIPD Human capital Valuation
[January 22, 2013 – 01:43 pm]
CIPD Human capital Valuation

By Tony Hatton-Gore, Reward and Human Resources Consulting When times are tough we can expect more focus on the money. We see this in the news, whether exemplified by high profile individual cases such as those of former Governor General of the BBC George Entwistle and C4 racing pundit John McCririck; or by more esoteric issues as the implications of Basel for relating financial sector reward to risk. Organisations are looking for value from reward programmes generally, as well as in relation to the headline cases. For individuals reward may be seen as the hard edge of HR…

Certified patent Valuation Analyst LinkedIn
[February 13, 2013 – 09:51 pm]
Certified patent Valuation Analyst LinkedIn

A Solid Checklist to Help Businesses Deal with the Immediate Hours after Discovery of Fraud The discovery of fraud within a company can be extremely unnerving and can introduce a certain amount of panic in business owners and accounting professionals. Here’s a checklist of things you should be sure to do—from contacting law enforcement and insurers to preserving evidence and communicating with employees. You’ve just received a call from a loyal client looking for advice—she’s just discovered that one of her employees has been stealing from the company.  Your client has come…

Certified patent Valuation Analyst Group
[September 22, 2012 – 05:59 pm]
Certified patent Valuation Analyst Group

A physician needs to value his medical practice for many important purposes. A physician selling his practice or ownership interest and a practice associate buying into a practice are the most typical. Other important purposes include divorce, estate planning and insurance. This article discusses some valuation concepts used when a physician is either buying or selling a practice. Business valuation is the process of estimating the value within a reasonable range of a business entity or ownership interest by a qualified, impartial and disinterested person. Differences in value…

Certified Patent Valuation Analyst course
[February 19, 2013 – 10:52 am]
Certified Patent Valuation Analyst course

Thus, The Business Development Academy has developed its Certified Patent Valuation Analyst Program. The CPVA curriculum is designed to prepare financial.

Brand Valuations India
[February 18, 2013 – 09:11 am]
Brand Valuations India

Ferrari has been rated as the world s most powerful brand by leading brand valuation experts, Brand Finance. Ferrari, with its history of producing some of the world s finest cars and the most successful F1 team ever, took the number one spot ahead of Google, Coca-Cola, PwC and Hermes. It is always a pleasure to top any list and still more so when the competition includes some of the world s most famous companies,said Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo. This achievement proves that even in very tough economic times, Italy can still offer the world businesses of excellence…

Brand Valuation Top 100
[August 28, 2012 – 07:16 pm]
Brand Valuation Top 100

SINGAPORE companies do not recognise the value of a brand and hardly put much effort into building up their brand’s value. According to the Brand Finance Top 100 Singapore Brands 2012 report, corporate Singapore saw its enterprise value fall to US$409 billion at the end of 2011 from US$540 billion at the end of the previous year, nearly sliding back to the post-recovery level seen in 2009, the year after the Global Financial Crisis. “There are a lot of misconceptions about brand valuation as just a technical tool but it can actually be a strategic tool as well, says Brand Finance…