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Intellectual property Rights Lesson Plan
[February 4, 2013 – 08:30 pm]
Intellectual property Rights Lesson Plan

A Maryland county's board of education has proposed a policy that would to copyright work created by its staff and students for school–which would mean that even something like a first-grader's drawing would belong to the school system. “The way this policy is written, it essentially says if a student writes a paper, goes home and polishes it up and expands it, the school district can knock on the door and say, ‘We want a piece of that, ' " David Rein, a lawyer and adjunct at the University of Missouri in Kansas City School of Law told the Washington…

Intellectual property rights Legislation
[February 19, 2013 – 11:26 am]
Intellectual property rights Legislation

[1] Under intellectual property law, owners are granted certain exclusive. Until recently, the purpose of intellectual property law was to give as little. Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind: inventions, literary and. law and use of IP); Understanding Copyright and Related Rights. Intellectual property is the area of law that deals with protecting the rights of those who create original works. It covers everything from original plays. You Are Here; Home · Topics · Law and justice; Intellectual property. The Advisory Council on Intellectual…

Intellectual Property rights Lecture notes
[September 12, 2012 – 03:21 pm]
Intellectual Property rights Lecture notes

Photo Credit: Notes by Brady Withers used under CC BY 2.0. Even as a law student, the very idea of who owned the copyright in the written notes I took in class was not something that ever occurred to me, let alone whether I was actually committing an infringing act by lending the notes to one of my friends. Admittedly, this was way before copyright permeated into nearly everyone’s lives via the internet. Now, a student’s class notes are just as likely to be uploaded to blogs, websites and forums, or even distributed as e-books. They can be shared, not just between a few friends…

Intellectual Property Rights Lawyer
[March 29, 2010 – 02:23 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights Lawyer

Listening to a lawyer talk about Intellectual Property (IP) may not be everyone’s idea of a ‘light’ lunchtime event but Alison Bryce , Partner at Maclay Murray & Spens made a potentially difficult area interesting with many examples of how IP impacts on business today. Alison explained what IP is and why it’s important. “Creations of the mind” may sound vague but when it’s put in the context of the value of a company versus its assets then the importance of IP becomes all too clear.  Goggle was provided as an example.  With a market capitalisation of $140 billion, their…

Intellectual Property Rights Lawyer Salary
[February 15, 2012 – 08:43 am]
Intellectual Property Rights Lawyer Salary

Guide to Corporate lawyer career Promising authenticity of commercial dealings is the prime criteria in a corporate lawyer’s profession. They should be aware of the statutory laws and regulations passed by government institutions in order to help the client to attain their targets. A corporate lawyer should have a bachelor’s degree through knowledge of from an ABA certified law school. To accomplish the clients’ demands, a corporate lawyer should have outstanding skills in writing and research. They also should be able to communicate effectively with clients and definitely should…

Intellectual Property Rights Laws Kenya
[January 18, 2013 – 09:16 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights Laws Kenya

Dir. Rutenberg is at stakeholders meeting for developing a national IP policy hosted by Ministry of Industrialization.— Strathmore Law CIPIT (@StrathCIPIT) September 24, 2012 Many will recall that last year, CIPIT took part in a series of consultative meetings on the Draft National Intellectual Property Policy and Strategy for Kenya which took place on two separate occasions in the second half of 2012. These meetings were hosted by the Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (KEPHIS) and various stakeholders were invited including WIPO, KIPI, KECOBO, ACA, the Attorney General’s…

Intellectual Property Rights Law Philippines
[November 17, 2012 – 01:38 am]
Intellectual Property Rights Law Philippines

Current BITS Concerns Elpidio V. Peria 17 November 2012 The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL), an attached agency of the Department of Trade and Industry, organized this week from 13 to 14 November a seminar on intellectual property rights and international trade in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore, Temasek Foundation Centre for Trade and Negotiations, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies of the Nanyang Technological University and the World Trade Organization. As explained to me by its lead organizer, IPOPHL Deputy…

Intellectual Property Rights Law in India
[September 5, 2010 – 11:59 am]
Intellectual Property Rights Law in India

Trademark Lawyers-Patent Lawyer-IPR Law Firms call for assistance at 318690 or +91-11-22022079 Patent & Trademark attorney India is a Law office of Indian intellectual property rights professionals’ full service IP Law office .The Firm and attorneys of the firm specialized in patent law, trademark Law, industrial design & copyrights .The firm also specialized in commercial & corporate law and litigation. since its inception the firm has developed a proven expertise in patent, trademark, industrial design and related litigation.The firm has its main office…

Intellectual Property Rights infringement and Remedies
[October 26, 2012 – 09:45 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights infringement and Remedies

Big business just got a gift from the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit – a ruling that will decrease the opportunities for patentees to stop infringing entities earlier rather than later. A patent holder is entitled to a legal monopoly over her invention, and “the heart of the patentee’s legal monopoly is the right to invoke the State’s power to prevent others from utilizing [her] discovery without consent.”  Zenith Radio Corp. v. Hazeltine Research, Inc., 395 U.S. 100, 135 (1969).  Given the patent holder’s grant, preliminary injunctions serve a useful and necessary…

Intellectual property Rights Indemnity clause
[February 15, 2013 – 12:03 pm]
Intellectual property Rights Indemnity clause

Hopes of the visually impaired community were rewarded in December when the World Intellectual Property Organization delegates agreed on a high level meeting anticipated to agree on a treaty providing exceptions to copyright facilitating access to books in special formats for blind and visually impaired people. However some outstanding issues remain and delegates will try to find consensus next week. Related Articles: WIPO Members En Route To Diplomatic Conference On Treaty For The Blind WIPO Treaty For Blind Negotiation Set For Mid-June In Marrakech WIPO To Negotiate Treaty…

Intellectual Property Rights in Turkey
[February 10, 2013 – 02:59 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights in Turkey

Some information from a recent evaluation of Turkey’s publishing industry (click here): According to the Turkish Ministry of culture, over the last 10 years there has been a 300 percent increase in number of books published. In 2011, according to the Turkish Publishers Association, 43, 190 titles were released with sales of 1.5 billion dollars.  30-35% are translations, mostly from English. 54 percent are books related to education, language training and academic study. E-books were introduced to Turkey in April 2010 by the online bookstore Idefixe and have had annual…

Intellectual Property Rights in the U.S
[November 4, 2010 – 09:27 am]
Intellectual Property Rights in the U.S

Stockholm, Sweden – November 04, 2010 . XSpray Microparticles today announced that the US Patent and Trademark Office has granted a patent relating to the company’s particle production technology. XSpray’s RightSize™ technology provides complete control over particle production, enhancing drug formulation options and optimizing the performance of challenging drug substances, such as poorly soluble compounds, inhaled compounds, and biomolecules. The technology uses supercritical fluid (SCF) as an antisolvent for controlled precipitation of an active pharmaceutical ingredient/drug…

Intellectual property rights in the News
[February 10, 2013 – 05:41 am]
Intellectual property rights in the News

KUWAIT: Many people suffered because their writings or photos were stolen or used by others without mentioning their right to what was their creation. Many of them do not know that they can sue those who used their material without their permission. Mishari Obaid is a victim of such an illegal and unethical act committed by a local magazine which used a photograph of his, published on the photography website Flickr, without his permission to illustrate an article in the magazine. He filed a case against the magazine and after a year and a half-long legal battle, the court compensated…

Intellectual Property Rights in Thailand
[December 9, 2011 – 06:21 am]
Intellectual Property Rights in Thailand

The Thai government is in continuous endeavor to balance the indirect taxation aspect in Thailand to regulate and balance the budgets, fund the tax reforms, promote and normalize the trade system and also to support the social-economic developments of the country. Main types of indirect taxes in Thailand are VAT, customs duty and excise tax. Value Added Tax [VAT]: in Thailand, VAT was introduced in 1992 and it replaced another tax called business tax [BT]. The current rate of VAT is fixed to 7% in Thailand after the economic reforms of 1997 and prior, the rate was 10%. As per…