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Intellectual Property Rights in South Africa
[February 11, 2013 – 03:14 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights in South Africa

It is a fact of life that attempts have been made in certain other countries to usurp control of the term or mark ROOIBOS, despite the fact that it is a well-known South African description for a particular plant which gives rise to ROOIBOS tea.  The term ROOIBOS is as typically South African as “braaivleis” and “biltong”.  It is really part of our South African heritage.  The South African authorities have nonetheless taken no concrete or effective steps to protect and control the use of this term in South Africa or elsewhere. Probably the first attempt to hijack ROOIBOS in…

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

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 Mexico
[February 19, 2013 – 11:25 am]
Intellectual Property Rights in Mexico

Industrial property law in Mexico is a series of articles designed to give a. Then the Mexican legislation on expropriation and intellectual property do. Enforcement of intellectual property rights is governed by the domestic laws of the country in which the rights are sought to be enforced. Mexico has a.

Intellectual Property Rights in Mauritius
[February 13, 2013 – 12:12 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights in Mauritius

At the World Intellectual Property Organization meeting on protection of genetic resources last week, the secretariat of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) organised a side event to introduce the key features and recent developments of the international protocol on access and benefit-sharing of such resources. Related Articles: India Ratifies Nagoya Protocol On Biodiversity Access And Benefit-Sharing Nagoya Protocol Access & Benefit-Sharing Meeting Kicks Off In New Delhi New CBD Head: IPR Still Key To Nagoya Protocol On Access And Benefit-Sharing

Intellectual Property Rights in Malaysia
[January 5, 2012 – 10:34 am]
Intellectual Property Rights in Malaysia

The intellectual property rights in Malaysia comprises of patents, trademarks, industrial designs and copyright and since Malaysia is a member of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the Paris Convention and Berne Convention, Malaysia has some strict laws on intellectual property rights. Let’s have a look on these rules and laws. PATENTS: for any issue related to patents in Malaysia there is the Patents Act 1983 and the Patents Regulations 1986 and any only Malaysian citizen can apply for patent. If a foreigner wishes to apply for patent, he needs to hire…

Intellectual Property Rights in Japan
[January 14, 2007 – 08:24 am]
Intellectual Property Rights in Japan

Do you know Intellectual Property Rights in Japan? Intellectual Property Rights Registered by the Patent Office (1) Inventions *Concrete Examples products or methods characterized by a high level of a creative technological idea; items characterized by a longer life cycle than a new utility model; hardware and related computer programs, items including plants, animals, and microorganisms. *Applicable Laws Patent Law *Protection Period 20 years from the day when an application was filed (a limit of five years is applied to cases of pharmaceutical products and agricultural chemicals…

Intellectual Property Rights in it
[June 30, 2011 – 09:41 am]
Intellectual Property Rights in it

Digital content has been surprisingly difficult to exploit commercially, because of the extraordinary challenges of digital rights management. The difficulties in the market are proving quite damaging to the creative sector: for example, the B-list bands who have to scrape by on gigging revenues, because they’re unable to commercially exploit their recordings. The loss to the creatives is indirectly a loss to us all, because it diminishes the pool of good quality creative works that we can enjoy. Why is it all so unsatisfactory? It’s common to blame the ease with which DRM technology…

Intellectual Property Rights in International Business
[February 6, 2013 – 01:17 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights in International Business

Candidates interested in higher studies after LL.B can look for higher study courses like LL.M in Mercantile Law, LL.M in Intellectual Property Laws, M.A in Criminology and Criminal Justice  and Master of Comparative Law (in India). Osmania University, Delhi University, National Law University, etc are some of the reputed institutes offering such courses in India. [] Published by - Education and Career in India Possible Higher study Options after LL.B

Intellectual Property Rights in Indonesia
[September 12, 2011 – 04:57 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights in Indonesia

Recognition of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in Indonesia is still very low. This can be seen from the proliferation usage of pirated software in this country. International Data Corporation study in 2010 which was published in May 2011 revealed that around 87 percent of software installed on personal computers throughout Indonesia is without proper license [] Related posts: Indonesia Online Advertising Expenditure Increased by 400% Indonesian Really Love Their Facebook Supercomputer Watson Will Visit Indonesia

Intellectual Property Rights in Indian Agriculture
[February 5, 2013 – 12:05 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights in Indian Agriculture

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous People, James Anaya, was invited to speak at the opening of the World Intellectual Property Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore (IGC) yesterday. Along with other indigenous peoples representatives, he called for more participation of indigenous peoples in the process and a focus on the protection of their traditional knowledge, while WIPO raised alarm on the almost thorough depletion of the voluntary fund allowing the participation of indigenous peoples…

Intellectual Property Rights in India Wikipedia
[February 18, 2013 – 08:38 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights in India Wikipedia

Bank of America (BofA) is moving to evict a squatter in one of its many foreclosed Florida properties: Andre Barbosa’s days of stylish squatting in a $2.5-million Boca Raton mansion may be numbered. . . . Adverse possession is a state law which allows someone to move into a property and claim the title — if they can stay there seven years. Barbosa, who calls himself “Loki boy, ” posted a signed copy of his “adverse possession” note in the home’s front window. I’m sure Florida’s efficient judicial system will put this to right forthwith. And if they mess up a bit of paperwork…

Intellectual Property Rights in India PPT
[February 19, 2013 – 11:25 am]
Intellectual Property Rights in India PPT

Copy right ppt in intellectual property rights Presentation Transcript. INDIAN IPR REGIME• Meet international obligations while safeguarding national. Intellectual Property Ppt Final Presentation Transcript. that is about concepts like good and bad, right and wrong, justice, virtue, etc. this ppt is enough to know about IPR. this is wonderful presentation & I want to. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND INDIAN PATENT ACT PRESENTED BY SARDA. I wish to have your ppt presentation for my knowledge sake. Intellectual Property Rights & Patent system in India : By:- Vikas…

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

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 in European Union
[February 17, 2013 – 11:57 pm]
Intellectual property Rights in European Union

Free public seminar presented by the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA) in association with Melbourne Law School. Keynote Speaker: The Rt Hon. Sir Robin Jacob.  Hugh Laddie Professor of Intellectual Property Law and Director of the Institute of Brand and Innovation Law, University College London Comment by: The Hon. Justice John Middleton.  Judge of the Federal Court of Australia Introduced by: The Hon. Justice Susan Crennan AC.  Justice of the High Court of Australia Unlike other successful initiative to create unitary intellectual property rights…