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What is Intellectual Property in Law?
[February 14, 2013 – 08:02 pm]
What is Intellectual Property in Law?

Application deadline: Friday, February 22. Conference: April 3 – 5, Arlington, VA Participants selected for the Program are given complimentary registration to the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law’s 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference in Arlington, Virginia.  During the Conference, students attend the Section’s premier CLE programs and network with Intellectual Property Law attorneys from across the nation while reporting on the content of the CLE programming via social media. For more information, go to: For an application, go to:  

What is Intellectual Property in Accounting?
[February 11, 2013 – 08:19 pm]
What is Intellectual Property in Accounting?

Saper Law often receives inquiries related to employment law issues.  For example: This employee is awful.  How do I get rid of her? How should I properly hire and fire employees, and what accounting issues do I have to worry about? What policies should I have in place? What benefits do I have to give my employees? Do I need to carry any kind of insurance? Just as often, we also receive inquiries related to post­-employment law issues. For example: How do I make sure that former employees won’t steal my secrets or my customers? Are non-competes really enforceable? What is wrong…

What is Intellectual Property Crimes?
[February 15, 2013 – 04:33 am]
What is Intellectual Property Crimes?

The United Nations has become a focal point for global efforts to fight organised crime’s trafficking of fraudulent medicines that put millions of people – especially the poor – at risk. And a recent pharmaceutical industry report on such medicines recommended some solutions. Related Articles: UN Drugs And Crime Office Open To Private Donations To Fight Counterfeits World Health Assembly: Members Gavel New Mechanism To Fight Poor-Quality Medicines WHO Board Approves Resolution On Neglected Diseases; Sets Action On Substandard Medicines

What is Intellectual Property Copyright?
[August 5, 2012 – 05:34 am]
What is Intellectual Property Copyright?

I am a Google user. I admire the services they provide for free, ranging from Google Maps, YouTube videos, Google Search and Google Documents. However, every time I read a book online on Google Books, I am not sure if I’m stealing or if it’s OK to watch the movie because it’s there are millions of other people are reading it anyway. Intellectual Property is defined as “product of a person’s imagination and creativity and the rights of these people to control the use of their products” (University of Melbourne). However, I think Google Book is radically changing the notion of…

What is Intellectual Property Conservancies?
[September 30, 2011 – 01:20 pm]
What is Intellectual Property Conservancies?

A news item from Software Freedom Conservancy. Conservancy Now Offers Basic Legal Services to All its Member Projects The Software Freedom Conservancy is pleased to announce the addition of Tony Sebro as its full-time General Counsel. Tony joins Conservancy as our second full-time staffer, and will complement the variety of pro-bono and outside legal services that Conservancy already receives from an array of talented lawyers around the world. With the addition of a General Counsel, Conservancy now offers basic legal assistance to its member projects in addition to the many…

What is Intellectual Property Clause?
[January 30, 2013 – 09:50 pm]
What is Intellectual Property Clause?

In an indemnification clause, a party contractually promises to cover the losses incurred by another party under contractually described scenarios.  An indemnification thus acts like a private insurance policy.  The indemnitor pays upon the occurrence of a covered loss.   Indemnification clauses are used to allocate specific contingent risks, for liabilities to third parties that might not yet have been identified, asserted or quantified, and which might never occur.   Indemnifications are used to address contingencies in a broad range of business dealings, such as mergers and…

What is Intellectual Property and Copyright?
[February 11, 2013 – 01:12 pm]
What is Intellectual Property and Copyright?

Manila, Philippines – The Republic of Korea, or South Korea, has signed an agreement with Vietnam for stronger collaboration in the area of copyright protection. This reflects South Korea s continuing and more aggressive campaign to protect its copyrighted works here in southeast Asia. Related Articles: South Korea Bolsters Copyright Strategy In K-Pop Crazy States Amid “Korean Wave, ” South Korea Opens IP Office In The Philippines South Korea Lends IP Training Support To China

What is Intellectual Property and Copyright law?
[February 14, 2013 – 03:10 pm]
What is Intellectual Property and Copyright law?

By Dominic Higgins Branding If you have a catchy business name or an established customer base; you will probably want to legally protect your brand. This is to prevent it being “hijacked” by other businesses that could poach your customers and damage your reputation. Names, slogans, jingles and other representations of a brand can be protected under the Trade Marks Act 1994. You can take enforcement action if a business providing similar services to you uses your trade mark, or something resembling it, in a way that could cause the public to confuse them with you. Trade mark…

What is Intellectual Capital partners?
[January 24, 2013 – 12:54 pm]
What is Intellectual Capital partners?

Intellectual Capital consists of the stock and flow of knowledge that is available in our social relationship and life. This can also be seen as a little resource that our social life or relationship needs and is also seen as the values of relationship both inside and outside. There are three elements in the Intellectual Capital base that we will be looking at, which are; 1. Human Capital to the relationship Inside the Intellectual Capital Base, this is the knowledge that each member or partner of the relationship must have in order to reason like humans with matured brains…

What is Intellectual Capital in Human Resources?
[February 5, 2013 – 03:06 pm]
What is Intellectual Capital in Human Resources?

The reason why most people in HR don’t make it to the top is because they have been playing lower level roles and have not groomed themselves as “HR Driven Business Managers”. I classify the HR Managers in to five categories based on the work they do. These are five levels described. After reading this article you can decide which level you belong. 1. HR Administration Level one at the bottom is ”HR Administration” in which documentation, data gathering, record keeping, and MIS is the main focus. This work is largely clerical and outsourceable. Anyone can do it with some instruction…

What is Intellectual Capital definition?
[October 21, 2011 – 02:04 pm]
What is Intellectual Capital definition?

It probably won’t surprise you to learn that I follow the terms intellectual capital and intangible capital on Twitter and the web (and I highly recommend that you do the same for the search terms related to your expertise). This morning there is a storm of comments on Twitter about a Bill Simmons post about the NBA negotiations where he says: I don’t trust the players’ side to make the right choices, because they are saddled with limited intellectual capital. (Sorry, it’s true.) The owners’ side can’t say the same; they should be ashamed. Same for the agents. I wouldn’t question…

What is Intangibles in Basketball?
[February 8, 2013 – 02:00 am]
What is Intangibles in Basketball?

Dunk a basketball into a 10 foot hoop by taking a running start, jumping four to five feet before the hoop and using one arm to slam the ball inside the rim. Practice basic footwork to dunk on a 10 foot basketball hoop in this free video from a semiprofessional basketball player. Expert: Travis Corpening Contact: Bio: Travis Corpening played as a guard for Francis Marion University. Then, he moved on to play semiprofessional basketball for the Wilmington Sea Dawg’s Premier Basketball League. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

What is Intangibles in Accounting?
[January 29, 2013 – 10:34 am]
What is Intangibles in Accounting?

Instead of counting and allocating money the Social Era will be about counting and allocating value. This will mean a shift from Accounting to ICounting. An accountant is a practitioner of accountancy or accounting, which is the measurement, disclosure or provision of assurance about financial information that helps managers, investors, tax authorities and others make decisions about allocating resources.  Accountants measure and categorize the outputs, financial results, of a business. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) defines accountancy as “…the…

What is Human Resources Yahoo Answers?
[February 17, 2013 – 02:30 pm]
What is Human Resources Yahoo Answers?

It’s short answer Sunday — six short answers to six short questions. Here we go… 1. Are interviewers Googling me and not liking what they find? I have applied for many jobs starting at the beginning of this year. About 20% of the time I will get to the first interview, which I consider a feat in itself, but I never get past that point. I never get called back for a second interview even though I’ve felt like all of my interviews have gone well. What I am wondering is if the hiring managers are Googling me and discovering something they don’t like. I own a domain name that is…