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Intellectual property rights Photography
[February 7, 2013 – 01:02 pm]
Intellectual property rights Photography

Discuss why it is better for a user to have a menu of options to select from rather than being forced through a product on a specific route It is better to have a menu filled with different options than to force a user through a specific route because it gives the user more freedom over what they want to have a look at and select. If they keep going through the same route they might not find what they are looking for or might accidentally pass it and have to keep going through it to get back to it because there is no “back” button. People like the freedom of choice they get…

Intellectual Property Rights Philippines website
[February 19, 2013 – 11:27 am]
Intellectual Property Rights Philippines website

The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL), through Director General Ricardo Blancaflor, expressed elation at the development and said:. Republic of the Philippines Congress of the Philippines Metro Manila. Tenth Congress. The term "intellectual property rights" consists of:.

Intellectual property Rights Pharmaceutical Industry
[January 31, 2013 – 07:16 am]
Intellectual property Rights Pharmaceutical Industry

ACG Worldwide, along with Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA), had organised a seminar for M. Pharm & final year B. Pharm. students on the topic, “Developments in Pharma Technologies.” The seminar aimed to keep the students abreast with the latest technologies and processes and offer them insights regarding practical vs. text-book solutions. The seminar was a full-day event held on 25th January, 2013, at SciTech Centre, Jogeshwari. An introduction speech was given by Ajit Kanetkar, Head-Technical Cell, ACG Worldwide, followed by an inaugural speech by the special…

Intellectual Property Rights Online
[November 20, 2012 – 07:23 am]
Intellectual Property Rights Online

Wipo intellectual property rights online free course  a review I am going to share my experience of doing online intellectual property course from  wipo. The course provides an elementary knowledge about what is intellectual property and what actually constitutes it. The course curriculum comprises of topics  like patents , industrial designs, geographical indicators, copyright , trademark and international treaties associated with them . What I find the most appealing about this course is the methodology. One could take the course material in pdf format or read it online as…

Intellectual Property Rights Online courses
[September 26, 2012 – 11:17 am]
Intellectual Property Rights Online courses

Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) is conducting an Online Certificate Course on IPR and Pharmaceutical R&D (CCIPR) . The objective of the Course is to provide the platform to understand the working of pharmaceutical industry, its business models, research, regulatory aspects and its relevance with respect to intellectual property rights. The duration of the online Course is 6 months and would be conducted twice a year. This is first of its kind of course introduced with specific focus on the interlinking between the pharmaceutical industry…

Intellectual Property Rights on the Internet
[January 29, 2013 – 10:00 am]
Intellectual Property Rights on the Internet

When negotiating a software agreement you will come across the term intellectual property, IPR or intellectual property rights. It is important to protect your IPRs in the agreement to prevent any transfer of ownership in your IPRs and to limit the use of your IPRs by a customer. What is Intellectual Property? Intellectual property refers [] Related posts: Escrow Agreement needed when providing Software via a Website? The Legal Issues when using Open Source Software International Terms and Click on the title to view the entire article in Web Analytics World

Intellectual property rights on Facebook
[February 19, 2013 – 11:25 am]
Intellectual property rights on Facebook

This part of the Help Center contains information about intellectual property rights as they relate to content posted on Facebook. By using or accessing Facebook, you agree to this Statement, as updated from time to time. For content that is covered by intellectual property rights. Your Rights Under Current Intellectual Property (or IP) Law. On its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities Facebook proclaims “Your privacy is very. The new intellectual property policy, which takes effect on January 16,. Under the new policy, Facebook claims the perpetual right to license all public.

Intellectual Property Rights of students
[February 13, 2013 – 11:45 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights of students

Gambling, intellectual property rights and inflexible labour markets – all horrendous drags upon the dynamism of the economy. Western economies have grown flabby, lazy and there are too many hangers on. They talk a good talk, but the notion of free, fair and flexible markets is really a myth. Gambling in all its forms is particularly pernicious. The derivatives market which is not the real market for FX, equities, bonds and so on, but rather a market which is based on movements in the above, is little different from mainstream gambling markets, which are not markets in the ownership…

Intellectual Property Rights of Indigenous People's
[February 13, 2013 – 10:52 am]
Intellectual Property Rights of Indigenous People's

Last week (4 – 8 February 2013), the World Intellectual Property Organisation’s Inter-Governmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore (IGC) met in Geneva for a five day meeting about a wide range of issues. Of particular interest was a speech delivered at the opening of the meeting by James Anaya, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the rights of Indigenous Peoples. His address looked at some of the main issues and major challenges involved with protecting the intellectual property of Indigenous peoples around the…

Intellectual Property Rights of India
[February 8, 2013 – 05:44 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights of India

The country has been falling back in terms of patent filings and protection. (from left) Tabrez Ahmad, Chairman of Intellectual Property Committee, Manufacturer’s Association for Information Technology, Ramesh Datla, Managing Director, ELICO and Chairman of CII National Committee of IP Owners, and A. S. Rao, President of Indian Innovators Association at the National seminar on Intellectual Property Rights in Electronic Sector in Hyderabad on Friday. Photo: P. V. Sivakumar HYDERABAD : The need to set up an intellectual property exchange in India for patent protection and trading…

Intellectual Property Rights of Cyberspace
[February 11, 2013 – 03:59 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights of Cyberspace

Using the WTO to Respond to Economic Cyber Espionage? US policy concerns about cyber espionage continue to grow, especially traditional and economic espionage allegedly conducted by China against the US and US companies through cyber technologies. Today (February 11), the Washington Post reported on a new National Intelligence Estimate focused on a “massive cyber-espionage campaign” directed at the US private sector by China. Concerns about economic cyber espionage include deepening frustration because the options available to the US to address cyber espionage are few, and the…

Intellectual Property Rights Logo
[March 11, 2011 – 12:51 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights Logo

A contract intends to formalize an agreement between two or more parties, in relation to a particular subject. Contracts can cover an extremely broad range of matters, including the sale of goods or real property, the terms of employment or of an independent contractor relationship, the settlement of a dispute, and ownership of intellectual property developed as part of a work for hire, and prenuptial agreements. Contract law includes providing support and documentation for the establishment of companies and other corporate entities, mergers & acquisitions and investments…

Intellectual property rights list
[February 11, 2013 – 04:54 am]
Intellectual property rights list

The International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) is urging the United States government to increase Thailand’s ranking on its list of countries that violate intellectual property rights. IIPA is the top lobbying group in the U.S. pushing for tougher laws on piracy and counterfeit. The group is recommending Thailand be added to the U.S. Trade Representative’s “Watch List” for 2013. IIPA’s press release was issued last Thursday, and stated that “piracy runs rampant” in Thailand and has been hindering the market for creative content. According to the release, illegal downloads…

Intellectual Property Rights Licensing
[February 3, 2013 – 06:02 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights Licensing

Bio-engineering juggernaut, Monsanto, developed their Roundup Ready soybeans in the early nineties, and quickly patented their revolutionary invention. The self-pollinating and pest-resistant crops have garnered much attention throughout the years, from the safety of the genetically modified food to the regulations farmers must adhere to when using the seeds. The case of 75-year-old farmer Hugh Bowman vs. Monsanto is said to begin February 19th, the farmer was sued by Monsanto because he bought a bag of generic seed which happened to contain some of the Monsanto Round-Up ready…