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What is Goodwill Interventions?
[February 24, 2012 – 06:59 pm]
What is Goodwill Interventions?

We’re just over a year past the beginning of the uprisings in Libya that ultimately produced (along with, of course, NATO’s intervention) Muammar Qaddafi’s ouster. And there are now increasing calls for some form of military intervention in Syria. As such, this seems like an important time to evaluate the aftermath of NATO’s intervention in Libya, and how it intersects with American interests. Essentially, there is a dearth of information publicly available about the state of affairs in Libya, but we nonetheless know a number of facts unambiguously: The TNC has yet to establish…

What is Goodwill Advertising?
[February 19, 2013 – 02:14 am]
What is Goodwill Advertising?

This is what is usually asked first when PR firms or experts submit proposals. Fairly naturally, a business like yours would wish to make investments on only lucrative advertising efforts. Manifeste relations could be one of the topmost options of marketing that lots of entrepreneurs indulge in. Also referred to as marketing communications these days, PR is used to be regarded as a completely different branch of marketing. Traditional businesses look at the public’s notion as well as voice as tantamount to the standing on their brand name. For your most component, it is nonetheless…

What is Copyright material?
[October 31, 2014 – 04:48 pm]
What is Copyright material?

Copyright is an important and very difficult issue and problem, especially in our digital age. Even working out what actually infringes copyright is fraught with problems. These are problems for everyone who shares material online, and certainly for the Classics Library, which shares resources written by many hundreds of teachers. The Classics Library is a one-man show, turning five in March, and has been successful, but it shouldn’t be successful at the cost of other people’s livelihood and efforts, however much it seeks to help the lives and save the efforts of teachers. It’s…

What is copyright Mark?
[August 31, 2011 – 03:36 pm]
What is copyright Mark?

The United States Patent and Trademark Office registers not just trademarks and service marks, but also what are called “certification marks.” Certification mark means: any word, name, symbol, or device, or any combination thereof used by a person other than its owner, or which its owner has a bona fide intention to permit a person other than the owner to use in commerce and files an application to register on the principal register established by this Act, to certify regional or other origin, material, mode of manufacture, quality, accuracy, or other characteristics of such…

What is Copyright Licensing Agency?
[December 6, 2011 – 05:34 pm]
What is Copyright Licensing Agency?

At a CLA Higher Education (HE) Practitioner Focus Group meeting on Monday 5 December, representatives from HE institutions urged the CLA to extend the HE licence to cover the use of images included within the CLA repertoire. They were clear that for images, this would need to be a blanket licence without reporting requirements, so that academics could source for themselves the images they needed from books and journals. CLA representatives said they would think about this request to have images covered further by the HE Licence.

What is Copyright infringement music?
[January 23, 2013 – 10:12 pm]
What is Copyright infringement music?

Theo Wargo, Getty Images The Black Keys are certainly keeping their attorneys busy these days. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Grammy Award-winning duo has filed a lawsuit in New York against casino company Pinnacle Entertainment and commercial advertising firm Manhattan Production Music, accusing each of unlawfully using the tune ‘Howlin’ for You’ from their 2010 album ‘Brothers.’ Pinnacle is accused of featuring music that is “substantially similar” to the Black Keys’ song in a commercial for the company’s L’Auberge Casino Resort Lake Charles that aired last September…

What is Copyright Act UK?
[November 5, 2012 – 03:40 am]
What is Copyright Act UK?

In the modern world, Copyrights the most recognized and preferred law that assists most of us to protect our original assert without bothering its duplication. According to the legal bodies, it is the only perfect way to keep your data maintained and protected whether its online or published in some newspaper, book or any of the other way. It is also known as intellectual property law that gives the owner a right to keep, handover or purchase to another person but without his/her permission one else has the right to copy . The copyright law permits copyright holder to claim…

Unilever selling brands
[February 12, 2013 – 11:42 am]
Unilever selling brands

ByDavid Schauber, Jr.: Before selecting a stock, there are a number of things that you need to consider in order to ensure that you are buying the stock of a high-quality company whose shares are poised to grow in value over time. Some of these concerns include what the company does, its competitive advantages, valuation, dividend payouts and sustainability, and earnings consistency. Another important thing that you need to consider is the financial condition of the company in question. You want to know if the company is able to continue paying its bills, and how much debt it…

Tax treatment of selling goodwill
[February 5, 2013 – 09:00 am]
Tax treatment of selling goodwill

Let’s look at the benefits associated with allocating value to personal goodwill in an acquisition of a closely held C corporation.  This is a sale transaction involving closely held business.  If personal goodwill is treated as property that can be sold in conjunction with a company’s assets or stock, it can produce a favorable tax result for both the buyer and the seller. Buyers typically prefer to structure transactions as asset acquisitions because it provides a tax basis step-up. A step-up results in higher tax deductions for tangible and intangible assets, resulting in…

Simple definition of Human Resources
[April 26, 2011 – 11:34 am]
Simple definition of Human Resources

The term “Human Resources” sound rather depressing and depersonalizing for describing the workers by this way. Today it smacks of the older attitude that employers had towards their employees, which was (i) Employers should maximize their profit by paying only what the productivity of each individual employee justified, and (ii) Employees are isolated people who are intent on maximizing their income. Both these attitudes have now become outdated and the term has now been reinterpreted. Now it is defined as the resources which the workers bring to their workplaces which in turn…

Short definition of Human Resources
[February 10, 2013 – 04:52 am]
Short definition of Human Resources

    February 15-17, 12-6pm WALK THRU WALLS, a video by Travis Diehl, will be projected on loop during gallery hours.  Sunday February 17 at 6pm: ARTIST TALK with guest moderator MICHELLE DIZON followed by A RECEPTION Set in the auteurist tradition of Antonioni or Benning, the "man alone in the landscape" trades shot and countershot with his own reflection in the walls of iconic Death Valley. Blank but magnificent desert hosts an interior, American phenomenology: part touristic, part cinematic. This is a landscape layered with countless films, photographs, paintings--myths…

Meaning and definition of Copyright
[February 19, 2013 – 10:31 am]
Meaning and definition of Copyright

Copyright (©). Definition Save to Favorites Show Examples. Copyright covers not only books but also advertisements, articles, graphic designs, labels. Definition: Copyright refers to laws that regulate the use of the work of a creator, such as an artist or author. This includes copying, distributing. Working on a research paper regarding Intellectual Property and Software Piracy. Wanted an up-to-date dictionary definition to cite.

Legal definition of copyright infringement
[December 29, 2006 – 10:35 pm]
Legal definition of copyright infringement

Despite having been cleared by several courts,Dan Brown,the author of the blockbuster novel “The Da Vinci Code, ” continues to be dogged by allegations that he heavily borrowed material from other sources for the book.Writing in an issue of Vanity Fair that hits newsstands today in New York and Los Angeles,Seth Mnookin details the claims of Lewis Perdue,author of “Daughter of God, ” a novel published three years before “The Da Vinci Code.” Mr. Perdue,whose book never approached the wild success of Mr. Brown’s novel,believes that Mr. Brown copied large portions of the plot of…

Human Resources What does it Mean
[January 31, 2013 – 08:36 pm]
Human Resources What does it Mean

An activist who wants to be known as TP writes about ‘bullying’ at MMU, and the background to Ian Parker’s resignation. An automated reply from Ian Parker in December following the success of the campaign against his suspension from Manchester Metropolitan University read ‘My apologies for not answering emails. I am now off work with anxiety / work related stress. I have already requested transfer out of the department against which I have a grievance for bullying and harassment. I very much hope that this situation will be resolved soon, and I will be able to continue my work…