Intellectual Property: Property, such as patents, trademarks, and copyright, that results from creative effort. The Patent and Copyright Clause (Art. 1, Sec. 8, cl. 8) of the United States Constitution provides for promoting the progress of science and useful arts by securing for limited times to authors and inventors, the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries. (From Black's Law Dictionary, 5th ed, p1014)Patents as Topic: Exclusive legal rights or privileges applied to inventions, plants, etc.Copyright: It is a form of protection provided by law. In the United States this protection is granted to authors of original works of authorship, including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works. This protection is available to both published and unpublished works. (from Circular of the United States Copyright Office, 6/30/2008)Drug Industry: That segment of commercial enterprise devoted to the design, development, and manufacture of chemical products for use in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, disability, or other dysfunction, or to improve function.Intellectual Disability: Subnormal intellectual functioning which originates during the developmental period. This has multiple potential etiologies, including genetic defects and perinatal insults. Intelligence quotient (IQ) scores are commonly used to determine whether an individual has an intellectual disability. IQ scores between 70 and 79 are in the borderline range. Scores below 67 are in the disabled range. (from Joynt, Clinical Neurology, 1992, Ch55, p28)Commerce: The interchange of goods or commodities, especially on a large scale, between different countries or between populations within the same country. It includes trade (the buying, selling, or exchanging of commodities, whether wholesale or retail) and business (the purchase and sale of goods to make a profit). (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, p411, p2005 & p283)Plagiarism: Passing off as one's own the work of another without credit.Licensure: The legal authority or formal permission from authorities to carry on certain activities which by law or regulation require such permission. It may be applied to licensure of institutions as well as individuals.Drugs, Essential: Drugs considered essential to meet the health needs of a population as well as to control drug costs.Central AmericaTechnology Transfer: Spread and adoption of inventions and techniques from one geographic area to another, from one discipline to another, or from one sector of the economy to another. For example, improvements in medical equipment may be transferred from industrial countries to developing countries, advances arising from aerospace engineering may be applied to equipment for persons with disabilities, and innovations in science arising from government research are made available to private enterprise.Human Rights: The rights of the individual to cultural, social, economic, and educational opportunities as provided by society, e.g., right to work, right to education, and right to social security.International Cooperation: The interaction of persons or groups of persons representing various nations in the pursuit of a common goal or interest.Drugs, Generic: Drugs whose drug name is not protected by a trademark. They may be manufactured by several companies.Legislation, Drug: Laws concerned with manufacturing, dispensing, and marketing of drugs.Access to Information: Individual's rights to obtain and use information collected or generated by others.Biotechnology: Body of knowledge related to the use of organisms, cells or cell-derived constituents for the purpose of developing products which are technically, scientifically and clinically useful. Alteration of biologic function at the molecular level (i.e., GENETIC ENGINEERING) is a central focus; laboratory methods used include TRANSFECTION and CLONING technologies, sequence and structure analysis algorithms, computer databases, and gene and protein structure function analysis and prediction.Public Policy: A course or method of action selected, usually by a government, from among alternatives to guide and determine present and future decisions.Disclosure: Revealing of information, by oral or written communication.Developing Countries: Countries in the process of change with economic growth, that is, an increase in production, per capita consumption, and income. The process of economic growth involves better utilization of natural and human resources, which results in a change in the social, political, and economic structures.Mentally Disabled Persons: Persons diagnosed as having significantly lower than average intelligence and considerable problems in adapting to everyday life or lacking independence in regard to activities of daily living.Pharmaceutical Preparations: Drugs intended for human or veterinary use, presented in their finished dosage form. Included here are materials used in the preparation and/or formulation of the finished dosage form.Biomedical Research: Research that involves the application of the natural sciences, especially biology and physiology, to medicine.Intelligence: The ability to learn and to deal with new situations and to deal effectively with tasks involving abstractions.Research: Critical and exhaustive investigation or experimentation, having for its aim the discovery of new facts and their correct interpretation, the revision of accepted conclusions, theories, or laws in the light of newly discovered facts, or the practical application of such new or revised conclusions, theories, or laws. (Webster, 3d ed)Academic Medical Centers: Medical complexes consisting of medical school, hospitals, clinics, libraries, administrative facilities, etc.Health Services Accessibility: The degree to which individuals are inhibited or facilitated in their ability to gain entry to and to receive care and services from the health care system. Factors influencing this ability include geographic, architectural, transportational, and financial considerations, among others.Intelligence Tests: Standardized tests that measure the present general ability or aptitude for intellectual performance.United States

Global trade and health: key linkages and future challenges. (1/96)

Globalization of trade, marketing and investment has important implications for public health, both negative and positive. This article considers the implications of the single package of World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements for public health research and policy, focusing on three themes: commodities, intellectual property rights, and health services. The main aims of the analysis are as follows: to identify how trade issues are associated with the transnationalization of health risks and possible benefits; to identify key areas of research; and to suggest policy-relevant advice and interventions on trade and health issues. The next wave of international trade law will need to take more account of global public health issues. However, to become more engaged in global trade debates, the public health community must gain an understanding of the health effects of global trade agreements. It must also ensure that its own facts are correct, so that public health is not blindly used for political ends, such as justifying unwarranted economic protectionism. "Healthy trade" policies, based on firm empirical evidence and designed to improve health status, are an important step towards reaching a more sustainable form of trade liberalization.  (+info)

The road not taken. (2/96)

The annual Janet Doe Lecture was established in 1966 to honor Janet Doe, emerita librarian of the New York Academy of Medicine. The lecture focuses on either the history or philosophy of health sciences librarianship. This lecture addresses three fundamental values of the field, highlighting basic beliefs of the profession that are at risk: privacy, intellectual property rights, and access to quality information. It calls upon readers to make the everyday choices required to keep the value system of health sciences librarianship in place. Robert Frost's poignant poem "The Road Not Taken" provides the metaphor for examining choices in an information economy.  (+info)

Impact of the World Trade Organization TRIPS agreement on the pharmaceutical industry in Thailand. (3/96)

The 1994 World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) established minimum universal standards in all areas of intellectual property. It is intended to implement these standards globally through a WTO enforcement mechanism. The present article proposes a strategy for alleviating the potentially negative impact of TRIPS in Thailand in relation to the following: purchasers; prescribers and dispensers; producers; products; price control; patent-to-third-party; parallel imports; power of the customer; patentable new drugs; personnel; and prevention policies. The following TRIPS provisions are pertinent to the pharmaceutical industry in Thailand: the limited term of product and process patents; the conditions of protection; and the broad scope for compulsory licensing and enforcement procedures in the national patent system.  (+info)

A public health agenda for traditional, complementary, and alternative medicine. (4/96)

Traditional medicine (a term used here to denote the indigenous health traditions of the world) and complementary and alternative medicine (T/CAM) have, in the past 10 years, claimed an increasing share of the public's awareness and the agenda of medical researchers. Studies have documented that about half the population of many industrialized countries now use T/CAM, and the proportion is as high as 80% in many developing countries. Most research has focused on clinical and experimental medicine (safety, efficacy, and mechanism of action) and regulatory issues, to the general neglect of public health dimensions. Public health research must consider social, cultural, political, and economic contexts to maximize the contribution of T/CAM to health care systems globally.  (+info)

Patents and innovation in cancer therapeutics: lessons from CellPro. (5/96)

This article discusses the interaction between intellectual property and cancer treatment. CellPro developed a stem cell separation technology based on research at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center. A patent with broad claims to bone marrow stem cell antibodies had been awarded to Johns Hopkins University and licensed to Baxter Healthcare under the 1980 Bayh-Dole Act to promote commercial use of inventions from federally funded research. CellPro got FDA approval more than two years before Baxter but lost patent infringement litigation. NIH elected not to compel Hopkins to license its patents to CellPro. CellPro went out of business, selling its technology to its competitor. Decisions at both firms and university licensing offices, and policies at the Patent and Trademark Office, NIH, and the courts influenced the outcome.  (+info)

Biomedical informatics: precious scientific resource and public policy dilemma. (6/96)

Biomedical informatics includes the application of computers, information networks and systems, and a growing body of scientific understanding to a range of problems. As skill in this field increases and as progress in virtually all modern biomedical science becomes more data intensive, informatics becomes a precious resource. Applications areas include access to knowledge, discovery in genomics, medical records, mathematical modeling, and bioengineering. At the same time, progress in informatics is deeply dependent on resolution of four major public policy issues: digital intellectual property rights, genetic testing protection, medical data privacy, and the role of biomedical data in the context of information warfare and homeland security.  (+info)

Drug registration application in China. (7/96)

PURPOSE: This article is used to give a brief overview for people who would like to submit a drug registration application in China, or for those who would like to get a broader international drug registration perspective. METHODS: This paper concretely describes the new items in the current drug registration application through introducing following contents: qualification of the applicant, registration classification or type, the procedures for drug registration application review, the intellectual property rights concerning the pharmaceutical (drug substance and product), the process for submitting a drug registration application and the materials required in application for registration. RESULTS: From the paper, we have a comprehensive knowledge of drug registration application in China. CONCLUSIONS: The current Provision for Drug Registration is more reasonable and suitable for China's entry into WTO and further guarantee that safe and effective drugs are available to Chinese people.  (+info)

Interoperability of open source medical record systems. (8/96)

This poster describes the open source medical system architecture and approaches for data sharing and interoperability.  (+info)

*Japan Patent Office

... the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO), and China's State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO). The JPO, SIPO and KIPO ... 2015 New York Intellectual Property Association - Progress of regional patent office cooperation Retrieved September 25, 2015 ... Japanese patent law Japanese trademark law Intellectual Property High Court F-term, a patent classification used by JPO Japan ... Industrial property rights were recognized as a means for catching up to Western governments. The first patent law in Japan was ...

*Intellectual property infringement

An intellectual property infringement is the infringement or violation of an intellectual property right. There are several ... types of intellectual property rights, such as copyrights, patents, and trademarks. Therefore, an intellectual property ... Code of non-infringement Intellectual property violation in the People's Republic of China Saisie-contrefaçon, in France World ... intellectual property infringement include: Fictitious entry, such as: Fictitious dictionary entry. An example is Esquivalience ...

*Managing Intellectual Property

... (MIP) is a monthly magazine published in English and specializes in intellectual property. It ... List of intellectual property law journals Managing Intellectual Property web site, About us. Consulted on December 14, 2006 ...

*Intellectual property valuation

Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, 16, 5, 377-384 List of intellectual property valuation articles compiled by the World ... The direct approach is based on the current value of shares of intellectual property in an Intellectual Property (IP) Share ... Intellectual property derives its value from a wide range of significant parameters such as market share, barriers to entry, ... The most common approaches to estimate the fundamental or fair value of the intellectual property are defined as the following ...

*Intellectual Property Institute

... "awareness and understanding of intellectual property law". The Institute has a thirty-year history of intellectual property and ... The Intellectual Property Institute (IPI), or IP Institute, is a British non-profit making organisation with the mission of ... A beginning has to be made……" European Intellectual Property Review [1982] 5 EIPR 129. Official website. ... of the Institute will be to provide the facilities for research into the relevance and reform of intellectual property law. It ...

*Indigenous intellectual property

WORLD INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ORGANISATION (2001). "Intellectual Property Needs and Expectations of Traditional Knowledge Holders ... WIPO Database of Indigenous Intellectual Property Codes, Guidelines, and Practices Indigenous Peoples and Intellectual Property ... Intellectual property/privilege owner must pay maintenance fee (patents). • Can't have fuzzy collective intellectual property ... indigenous intellectual property'. Before ceremonies and ceremonial knowledge were affirmed as protected intellectual property ...

*Intellectual property brokering

An intellectual property broker mediates between the buyer and seller of intellectual property (IP) and may manage the many ... In addition, in bringing buyers and sellers together, an intellectual property broker may provide any or all of the following ... For example, a 1999 World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO paper estimated 500 "patent brokers" in the United States in ... Often inventors are interested in expanding their own intellectual property assets through licensing and acquisitions. Because ...

*Intellectual Property Office

Taiwan Intellectual Property Office (TIPO) World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) Intellectual property Intellectual ... Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) Ethiopian Intellectual Property Office (EIPO) Intellectual Property Office of the ... Intellectual Property Office (United Kingdom) (UK-IPO) Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) State Intellectual Property ... There are several organizations and public offices named Intellectual Property Office or Office for Intellectual Property, ...

*Intellectual Property Committee

Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights International Intellectual Property Alliance Edmund Pratt, " ... The agreement on intellectual property which IPC was dedicated to finally arrived in 1994 as the Agreement on Trade-Related ... The Intellectual Property Committee was a coalition of thirteen US corporations "dedicated to the negotiation of a ... "Intellectual Property Rights and International Trade", speech to US Council for International Business - according to (Drahos ...

*Intellectual Property Watch

... has no formal owner, and their board of directors meets twice a year to discuss business and legal ... Intellectual Property Watch is a Geneva-based publication reporting on policy issues and influences relating to international ... Besides almost daily articles and occasional special columns, they publish a monthly reader about intellectual property and the ... especially those in Geneva such as the World Intellectual Property Organization, World Trade Organization, World Health ...

*Intellectual property education

... is the teaching of explanations of and arguments concerning intellectual property laws, ... The State of Intellectual Property Education Worldwide, 2007, (5)2 Shaheen Lakhan, Stop Piracy with Edification: Intellectual ... Property Education in School - Education Today - NZ. Issue 6:2003. ...

*Soft intellectual property

The phrase "soft intellectual property" or Soft IP also refers to a system for licensing patents proposed in 2008. See Soft IP ... Soft intellectual property is sometimes used to refer to trademarks, copyright, design rights and passing off, in contrast to " ... "hard intellectual property", which is sometimes used to refer to patents. Use of this phrase is controversial among IP ...

*French Intellectual Property Code

The French Intellectual Property Code (IPC; French: Code de la propriété intellectuelle), is a corpus of law relating to ... replacing earlier laws relating to industrial property and artistic and literary property. The code is frequently modified: two ... intellectual and industrial property. It was formalised by Law No 92-597 of 1 July 1992, ...

*Taiwan Intellectual Property Office

"Overview of Taiwan Intellectual Property Office" (PDF). www.tipo.gov.tw. Taiwan Intellectual Property Office. 6 September 2011 ... Coordinates: 25°01′18.2″N 121°32′29.3″E / 25.021722°N 121.541472°E / 25.021722; 121.541472 The Intellectual Property Office ... Patent office "Interview with Mei-Hua Wang, Taiwan Intellectual Property Office". PharmaBoardroom. 14 June 2010. Retrieved 2 ...

*Intellectual Property Law Certification

... skills and proficiency in the field of intellectual property law. The Florida Bar established Intellectual Property Law ... Intellectual Property Law Certification is offered by the Florida Bar. The purpose of the standards is to identify those ... Minimum standards for certification in intellectual property law include at least five years of full time law practice during ... substantial involvement 30 percent or more in the practice of intellectual property law during the three years preceding ...

*World Intellectual Property Day

... is observed annually on 26 April. The event was established by the World Intellectual Property ... World Intellectual Property Day on the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) web site. Heroes and villains of World ... World Intellectual Property Day at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) "World IP Day Archives". WIPO. Archived ... "World Intellectual Property Day 2013". Wipo.int. Retrieved 3 April 2013. WIPO. "World Intellectual Property Day 2014". Wipo.int ...

*State Intellectual Property Office

Baidu Patents Intellectual property in the People's Republic of China First Sino-American Forum of Intellectual Property Rights ... The State Intellectual Property Office of the People's Republic of China (SIPO; Chinese: 中华人民共和国国家知识产权局), also known as the ... Responsibilities of the State Intellectual Property Office of the People's Republic of China (SIPO), 2002-04-27. Consulted on ... "for patent work and comprehensively coordination of the foreign related affairs in the field of intellectual property". ...

*IP5 (intellectual property offices)

... the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO), and the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) in China. In 2015, the IP5 ... IP5 is a forum of the five largest intellectual property offices in the world. The five patent offices are the US Patent and ... Trilateral Patent Offices United States Patent and Trademark Office - World's Five Largest Intellectual Property Offices (IP5) ...

*Canadian intellectual property law

Creators of intellectual property gain rights either by statute or by the common law. Intellectual property is governed both by ... Canadian intellectual property law governs the regulation of the exploitation of intellectual property in Canada. ... Intellectual Property Law of Canada - Second Edition. Juris Publishing, Inc. ISBN 9781578232642. Compo Co. Ltd. v Blue Crest ...

*Intellectual Property Enterprise Court

"Take a case to the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court". "Intellectual Property Enterprise Court". The Patents County Court ... As of 1 October 2013, the PCC was reformulated as a specialist list of the High Court as the Intellectual Property Enterprise ... In the legal system of Courts of England and Wales, the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC; previously the Patents ... The Intellectual Property Enterprise Court on the Ministry of Justice's site The Work of the Patents County Court by Judge ...

*Korean Intellectual Property Office

The Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) is the patent office and intellectual property office of South Korea. In 2000, ... List of patent offices Korean Intellectual Property Office, in English Korea Intellectual Property Rights Information Service ( ... the name of the office was changed from "Korean Industrial Property Office" to "Korean Intellectual Property Office". It is ...

*Ethiopian Intellectual Property Office

... at the Ethiopian Science and Technology Agency (ESTA) The Intellectual Property System ... The Ethiopian Intellectual Property Office (EIPO) is an autonomous unit of the Ethiopian Science and Technology Agency. It was ... Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Ethiopian Intellectual Property Office Establishment Proclamation (Proc. No. 320/2003 ... established in 2003 to provide legal protection for intellectual property (IP) rights. Under a Director-General the EIPO ...

*World Intellectual Property Organization

WIPO Lex World Intellectual Property Organization treaties Intellectual property organization "Convention Establishing the ... The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is one of the 17 specialized agencies of the United Nations (UN). WIPO was ... The project seeks to link over 300 intellectual property offices (IP offices) in all WIPO Member States. In addition to ... Under Article 3 of this Convention, WIPO seeks to "promote the protection of intellectual property throughout the world". WIPO ...

*Intellectual property in Iran

... as it is of intellectual property rights. According to the State Registration Organization of Deeds and Properties, a total of ... Iran is a member of the WIPO since 2002 and has acceded to several WIPO intellectual property treaties. However, Iran is not a ... Iran is a member of the WIPO since 2001 and has acceded to several WIPO intellectual property treaties. Iran joined the ... Linux, freely reproducible even in countries with strong Intellectual Property (IP) laws, is also growing in popularity within ...

*Intellectual Property Attache Act

The Intellectual Property Attache Act (IPAA) was unveiled by U.S. Representative Lamar S. Smith on July 9, 2012. This act was a ... The bill's aim was to increase the presence of intellectual property attaches around the world. These attaches would play the ... role of intellectual property "diplomats" for the United States, encouraging other countries to enforce copyright laws. The ...

*Ariosa v. Sequenom

Sequenom Opinion Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (June 23, 2015). Jason Rantanon, Judge Dyk's Concurrence in ...

*World Intellectual Property Review

... "intellectual property developments in the past year." List of intellectual property law journals "Business Magazines, ... The World Intellectual Property Review (WIPR) is a bimonthly magazine providing news and analysis on issues in intellectual ... there is already a publication that goes under the name of World Intellectual Property Review, published by Newton Media since ... The magazine is published since 2006 by Newton Media Ltd, which also publishes the World Intellectual Property Review Annual, a ...
Downloadable! This paper investigates wheter, in what direction, and to what extent one mode of technology transfer is influenced by the strength of intellectual property protection that host nations provide. Using data spanning the period 1977 - 1999, we find little support for the claim that strengthening intellectual property rights will have any sizable effect on the magnitude of overseas R&D investment by (US) multinationals. Any semblance of a positive relationship between these two variables vanishes the moment we introduce country fixed effects and time fixed effects into the regressions. One implication of our resutls is, that ceteris paribus, stronger intellectual property rights in the developing countries pursuant to the TRIPs agreement may not have any significant influence on technology transfer into thes countries via overseas R&D.
Intellectual property rights: read the definition of Intellectual property rights and 8,000+ other financial and investing terms in the NASDAQ.com Financial Glossary.
By Monika Ermert for Intellectual Property Watch. The issue of intellectual property did not make the headlines during the concluding session of the five-year-long UN World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) in Tunis. And some critics are concerned it was intentional.. Discussing the future of the information society without talking about intellectual property seems odd and suggests an intentional omission, said Robin Gross, executive director of IP Justice. "We got," said Gross, "three minutes at the Tunis plenary, and thats it on the topic of intellectual property.". Symptomatic of this, according to Gross, was what happened to cyberlaw expert and Creative Commons founder Lawrence Lessig. The Stanford University professor was told immediately before his talk at a "Roundtable of Visionaries" organized by the ITU during WSIS preparations in Geneva in 2002 to not talk about intellectual property issues, but instead focus on Internet governance.. Lessig revealed this to reporters ...
Abstract: Special 301 of the 1988 Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act grants the United States Trade Representative the authority to target countries that do not adequately protect intellectual property rights. The USTR has been investigating and negotiating with several countries, including Thailand, in an effort to improve intellectual property protections for American products. As a result, Thailand has instituted noteworthy changes in its copyright and patent laws. This Comment recommends that the USTR continue to negotiate with Thailand, and that the USTR continue to exert pressure on Thailand. This Comment also suggests that because Thailand has taken steps to improve protection of intellectual property rights, the USTR should refrain from imposing any trade sanctions under Special 301 against Thailand at this time ...
Ministerio de Comercio Exterior y Turismo PERU - CHINA FREE TRADE AGREEMENT JOINT FEASIBILITY STUDY This study has been prepared by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism of Peru and the Ministry of Commerce of the Peoples Republic of China Peru - China Free Trade Agreement Joint Feasibility Study Each Party is responsible for the comments and statements included in this study relating to its own economy. The Conclusions and Recommendations were prepared jointly by both Parties. 2 Peru - China Free Trade Agreement Joint Feasibility Study Table of Contents 1 INTRODUCTION ..............................................................................................................5 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 Background of China - Peru FTA .............................................................................5 Major Characteristics of Macro Economy of China and Peru ....................................6 Status of China and Perus FTAs with other countries ............................................ ...
Standardization and Intellectual Property Rights: Conflicts Between Innovation and Diffusion in New Telecommunications Systems: 10.4018/978-1-878289-70-4.ch006: In todays environment of rapidly evolving information and communication technologies (ICTs), technical standardization is said to be confronted by a
We study the extent to which a countrys strength of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) protection mediates knowledge spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). Following the opposing views in the IPR debate, we propose a negative effect of IPR strength on unintentional horizontal (intra-industry) knowledge diffusion. Using a unique firm-level dataset of large, publicly traded firms in 22 (mostly) developed countries, we find partial support for these expectations. Strong IPR indeed reduces horizontal knowledge diffusion, while it stimulates backward (to suppliers) knowledge diffusion. Somewhat unexpectedly however, we also find that forward (to customers) knowledge diffusion decreases with IPR strength. In general, and in line with earlier literature, the results regarding backward knowledge diffusion are most robust to changes in model specification. Our results contribute to the debate regarding the desirability of strengthening national IPR systems, and suggest that local firms might indeed
NOTE - 3/25/2017 - The terms of the NENA Intellectual Property Rights Policy have changed. Please review the Change Notice for information about these changes. UPDATED Rev. 3.0 - March 25, 2017. ...
HADIH and WELCOME to the Union of BC Indian Chiefs Email Distribution List as part of our February 2000 conference, Protecting Knowledge: Traditional Resource Rights in the New Millennium. The purpose of this list is provide information relating to Indigenous Intellectual Property Rights/Traditional Resource Rights articles, news items and reports in the areas of culture and heritage. Our website contain links to other sites and you can access and/or download papers relating to the theme. Visit http://www.ubcic.bc.ca/Resources/conferences/PK.htm
HADIH and WELCOME to the Union of BC Indian Chiefs Email Distribution List as part of our February 2000 conference, Protecting Knowledge: Traditional Resource Rights in the New Millennium. The purpose of this list is provide information relating to Indigenous Intellectual Property Rights/Traditional Resource Rights articles, news items and reports in the areas of culture and heritage. Our website contain links to other sites and you can access and/or download papers relating to the theme. Visit http://www.ubcic.bc.ca/Resources/conferences/PK.htm
The operation, which is coordinated through the HSI-led National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (IPR Center), has resulted in the seizure of over 20,000 pairs of counterfeit and decorative contact lenses ...
The ambassadors to the World Trade Organization from Brazil and India on Tuesday charged that other WTO members had no grounds to block legitimate shipping of generic medicines on the basis of potential intellectual property rights conflicts in the transit country and said recent cases of doing so in the Netherlands call into question WTO rules. The concern was supported by 17 other developing country governments at Tuesdays WTO General Council meeting.. Meanwhile, the ambassadors of Brazil, India, the European Union and Switzerland are expected to meet on Wednesday, according to an official, to discuss ways to start negotiating within the WTO on a proposal to extend higher name protection wines and spirits enjoy to geographical indications on other products, and on a proposal to amend WTO rules on intellectual property rights to require the disclosure of origin of genetic material in patent applications. Over 100 WTO members have called for these topics to be negotiated but a smaller number ...
Patents and other forms of intellectual property are at the heart of a long-running, multifaceted battle over affordable access to medicines. Today, as the international community increasingly turns its attention to climate change, an important question is whether intellectual property will represent a meaningful obstacle to low- and middle-income countries as they seek to acquire the technologies necessary to reduce carbon emissions or mitigate the effects of climate change.. Innovation is critical to the development of alternative energy resources and mitigation technologies. The patent, the form of intellectual property most closely associated with innovation, grants to an inventor the exclusive right, typically for 20 years, to prevent others from making or using the patented product or process. But other forms of intellectual property should not be overlooked in terms of their potential to limit access to alternative energy resources and mitigation technologies. Copyright, for example, is ...
An apparatus for and a method of searching and organizing intellectual property (IP) is provided. In accordance with a preferred embodiment of the invention, an apparatus (and corresponding method) is provided for formulating and facilitating searches for intellectual property, and organizing results of such searches. In an exemplary embodiment, a search and organization server is provided with one or more modules to create and process search queries to be run on local or remote database systems. A class search module, for example, may be provided to provide on-line access to classification information and facilitate searching of intellectual property using select classifications. An IP thesaurus module may be provided for developing a list of elements (e.g., words, textual phrases, concepts, representations, numbers, identifications, pictures, graphics, features, etc.) found in select intellectual property information (e.g., groupings of patents). In accordance with an exemplary embodiment, the list of
Intellectual property (IP) is a creation of the mind. They are intangible assets for which exclusive rights are granted by law. These assets include artistic works, discoveries, inventions, designs, phrases, symbols, etc. Intellectual property is granted similar protective rights as those granted to physical property, and the stealing of that property is regulated in the U.S. at the federal level.. Protection of intellectual property affords the owner of the property exclusive rights to create, use and distribute the work. Owners are granted a temporary monopoly on the idea, and with the exception of trade secrets, owners disclose their process and/or original works to the government and the public.. In theory, by granting the owners protection from theft, IP regulation promotes creative and inventive progress. It allows owners to display their work to the public without the worry of losing profit through imitation.. Depending on the work, intellectual property falls into one of four categories: ...
Intellectual Property Office press release, Minister for Intellectual Property, Baroness Wilcox reveals value of intellectual property to UK businesses on visit to Nottingham (8 July 2011)
by A. Bryan Endres & Carly E. Giffin. Abstract. Standard innovation theory assumes that intellectual property protection is a prerequisite to the development of technological advances. A strong intellectual property system, composed of both laws that establish intellectual property protection and a judicial or other adjudicative system to enforce the property right, has been considered necessary to stimulate innovation for the benefit of society. While not directly challenging this traditionally held belief, the authors used empirical data to test the assumption in the context of agriculture. This paper analyzed twenty years of agricultural production data from Argentina, Brazil, China, India, and the United States and their accompanying intellectual property systems. The authors sought to determine whether strong intellectual property laws, along with vigorous enforcement, do in fact correlate with greater innovation. The results of this empirical study were mixed. The authors analysis ...
The Intellectual Property Trade Policy Division (TMI) of Global Affairs Canada is interested in consulting Canadians on their experiences regarding intellectual property (IP) protection and enforcement in respect of Canadas existing and future trading partners, including China, MERCOSUR, Mexico, and the United States. The Royal Society of Canada has been encouraged to invite its Members to provide feedback. The feedback received from this questionnaire will help the Government of Canada with its negotiation and renegotiation of possible free trade agreements.. More details are below. To participate please contact Russel MacDonald.. ***. The Government of Canada is committed to creating the most favourable conditions for Canadian businesses to compete internationally and is working to negotiate free trade agreements with our trading partners to create new opportunities for Canadians and Canadian businesses, as well as to create jobs for the middle class and those working hard to join it.. The ...
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Genomic epidemiology is a field of research that seeks to improve the prevention and management of common diseases through an understanding of their molecular origins. It involves studying thousands of individuals, often from different populations, with exacting techniques. The scale and complexity of such research has required the formation of research consortia. Members of these consortia need to agree on policies for managing shared resources and handling genetic data. Here we consider data-sharing and intellectual property policies for an international research consortium working on the genomic epidemiology of malaria. We outline specific guidelines governing how samples and data are transferred among its members; how results are released into the public domain; when to seek protection for intellectual property; and how intellectual property should be managed. We outline some pragmatic solutions founded on the basic principles of promoting innovation and access.. ...
Having an Intellectual Property Confidentiality Agreement is important for information centered business. This article shows how to write an Intellectual Property Statement.
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Notes 1. Centre for Intellectual Property Law, Molengraaff Institute for Private Law, Utrecht University, the Netherlands. This paper is based on a presentation held at the Ius Commune Research School workshop on Intellectual Property at Edinburgh University School of Law, 19-20 June 2003. Reactions are most welcome. 2. Convention on Biodiversity, 1993, available at ,http://www.biodiv.org,. The Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, 1994; Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization, Annex 1 C, Legal Instruments - Results of the Uruguay Round, available at ,http://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/final_e.htm,. 3. M. Weatherall, In Search of a Cure: A History of Pharmaceutical Discovery, Oxford University Press, 1990, p. 3. Aboriginals seem to have had modified organisms for at least 100,000 years. See D. Posey, Commodification of the Sacred through Intellectual Property Rights, Journal of Ethnopharmacology (83), 2000, p. 6. 4. P. Rabinow, Making ...
The U.S. Chambers Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) is leading a worldwide effort to champion intellectual property rights as vital to creating jobs, saving lives, and advancing economic growth.
Do intellectual property (IP) rights on existing technologies hinder subsequent innovation? Using newly-collected data on the sequencing of the human genome by the public Human Genome Project and the private firm Celera, this paper estimates the impact of Celeras gene-level IP on subsequent scientific research and product development. Genes initially sequenced by Celera were held with IP for up to two years, but moved into the public domain once re-sequenced by the public effort. Across a range of empirical specifications, I find evidence that Celeras IP led to reductions in subsequent scientific research and product development on the order of 20 to 30 percent. Taken together, these results suggest that Celeras short-term IP had persistent negative effects on subsequent innovation relative to a counterfactual of Celera genes having always been in the public domain. ...
My take-away from this evidence is that - at least in some contexts - intellectual property can have substantial costs in terms of hindering subsequent innovation," said Williams. "The fact that these costs were - in this context - large enough to care about motivates wanting to better understand whether alternative policy tools could be used to achieve a better outcome. It isnt clear that they can, although economists such as Michael Kremer have proposed some ideas on how they might. I think this is an exciting area for future work ...
Libertarian guru Andrew Galambos intellectual property beliefs were so extreme that he paid royalties to the descendants of Thomas Paine every time he used the world "liberty." But did he steal his radical ideas from someone else?
Norway negotiates free trade agreements with other countries through the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). The trade agreements secure Norwegian business access to international markets and facilitate trade with partner countries. In this page y...
Public health is a global challenge, and therefore international co-operation has a high priority. The World Health Organization (WHO) is the global authority for health. But a range of other issues are involved in achieving health objectives, requiring WHO to join forces with counterparts. Two of these are the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and World Trade Organization (WTO). This book is the first ever joint study by the three, part of their collaboration on health, intellectual property, and trade. The books focus is on advancing medical and health technologies ("innovation") and ensuring they reach the people who need them ("accessibility"). A huge amount of analytical and factual material is available on access to medicines and other medical technologies, and on innovation. Here, it is brought together in one concise volume. The book is designed to support governments and others -- particularly in developing countries -- who face an increasing demand to act, when ...
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Latest version: http://www.imsglobal.org/question/. IPR and Distribution Notices. Recipients of this document are requested to submit, with their comments, notification of any relevant patent claims or other intellectual property rights of which they may be aware that might be infringed by any implementation of the specification set forth in this document, and to provide supporting documentation.. IMS takes no position regarding the validity or scope of any intellectual property or other rights that might be claimed to pertain to the implementation or use of the technology described in this document or the extent to which any license under such rights might or might not be available; neither does it represent that it has made any effort to identify any such rights. Information on IMSs procedures with respect to rights in IMS specifications can be found at the IMS Intellectual Property Rights web page: http://www.imsglobal.org/ipr/imsipr_policyFinal.pdf.. Copyright © 2005-2012 IMS Global ...
Description: The proposed Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is a new agreement for combating intellectual property rights (IPR) infringement. The ACTA negotiation concluded in October 2010, nearly three years after it began, and negotiating parties released a final text of the agreement in May 2011. Negotiated by the United States, Australia, Canada, the European Union and its 27 member states, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand, Singapore, and Switzerland, the ACTA is intended to build on the IPR protection and enforcement obligations set forth in the 1995 World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement). ...
Memorandum of Understanding for the Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Paragraph 8 - Intellectual Property. 1. Applicable Law. Nothing in this MOU should be read to alter the scope and application of Intellectual Property Rights and benefit sharing agreements as determined under relevant laws, regulations and international agreements of the Participants.. 2. Access to Data. To the greatest extent possible, GBIF is an open-access facility. All users whether GBIF Participants or others, should have equal access to data in databases affiliated with or developed by GBIF.. 3. Intellectual Property Rights to Biodiversity Data. GBIF promotes the free dissemination of biodiversity data and, in particular:. (a) should not assert any proprietary rights to the data in databases that are developed by other organisations and that subsequently become affiliated to GBIF;. (b) should seek, to the greatest extent possible, to make freely and openly available, with the least possible restrictions on reuse, ...
KIPOs Policy for Supporting the Use of Intellectual Property Assets - Focus on Government-owned Inventions -. September 13, 2007 Dr. Taemin EOM Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO). Contents. Current Status of Government-owned Inventions in Korea. Ⅰ. Slideshow 4150814 by ianna
Intellectual property organizations are organizations that are focused on copyrights, trademarks, patents, or other intellectual property law concepts.. This includes international intergovernmental organizations that foster governmental cooperation in the area of copyrights, trademarks and patents (such as organizations based on or founded by treaty), as well as non-governmental, non-profit organizations, lobbying organizations, think tanks, notable committees, and professional associations.. ...
June 17, 2015. Australia: The Intellectual Property Legislation Amendment (TRIPS Protocol and Other Measures) Regulation 2015, which was enacted on June 17, 2015, amends the Patents Regulations 1991 in order to complete, together with the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment Act 2015, the implementation of the WTO General Council Decision of August 30, 2003, on the implementation of paragraph 6 of the Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and public health (WTO Decision) and the Protocol amending the WTO Agreement on TRIPS ("TRIPS Protocol"), relating to the compulsory licensing for the manufacture of patented pharmaceuticals for export to countries experiencing public health crises.. The Regulation also repeals document retention provisions and corrects minor technical errors in the Patents Regulations 1991, the Designs Regulations 2004 and the Trade Marks Regulations 1995.. ...
Misuse of Intellectual Property includes the unapproved download, creation, sale, transfer, access, reproduction or distribution of trademarks, copyrighted material, or patented inventions. Unapproved materials may include, but are not limited to: audio, video, research materials, or course materials provided by the instructor, such as the instructors notes or PowerPoint presentations, handouts, tests, outlines, and similar materials. (Administrative Regulation 7:6, Intellectual Property Disposition). ...
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) is responsible for the administration and processing of the greater part of intellectual property in Canada. CIPOs areas of activity include: patents, trademarks, copyrights, industrial designs and integrated circuit topographies.
Many years of intensive research and development activities are required to build solid and commercially profitable intellectual property assets. Turkey Intellectual Property Moroğlu Arseven 5 Mar 2015
... Oxford Nanopore has a broad patent portfolio, through in-house development and licensing agreements with third parties. Oxford Nanopore has an intellectual property portfolio of more than 650 issued patents and patent applications, in over 200 patent families. These cover all aspects of nanopore sensing including fundamental patents for nanopore sensing, and patents relating to DNA-sequencing.
This diverse and insightful volume investigates changing patterns of knowledge management practices and intellectual property regimes across a range of different techno-scientific disciplines and cultures. The book links the practices and regimes of the past with those of contemporary and emerging forms, covering the mid-19th century to the present. The contributors are noted scholars from various disciplines including history of science and technology, intellectual property law, and innovation studies. The chapters offer original perspectives on how proprietary regimes in knowledge production processes have developed as a socio-political phenomenon of modernity, as well as providing an analysis of the way individuals, institutions and techno-sciences interact within this culture. With in-depth analysis, this book will appeal to academics and students of STS (Science, Technology and Society), history of science and technology, business history, innovation studies, law, science and technology ...
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Ministry of Health & Family Welfare), New Delhi. Introduction It is widely believed that pharmaceutical patents promote monopoly and thus significantly delay the entry of generics. Due to the lack of competition, the prices of medicines rise. The current system of product patent protection due to the harmonized global intellectual property rights laws are widely considered to be a major barrier for the access to medicines, especially in the developing countries.1 [1] Until such a time the poor and middle income countries became signatories to the World Trade Organization s 1995 Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) agreement, they had the freedom and flexibility to design patent laws that prohibited product patents. With the enforcement of the TRIPS agreement in 2005, developing countries have been compelled to modify and introduce TRIPS-compliant national patent laws. The TRIPS Agreement harmonized the life of patent to a minimum of 20 years besides mandating the granting of ...
An Overview of Treaties Administered by WIPO and the Obligations under the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement ...
Washington, 7 February 1997 (RFE/RL) - An organization of U.S. industries which produce copyright-based products says that intellectual property rights piracy around the world is far worse than any...
feepcreature writes Ars Technica is reporting that the British Library has published a Manifesto calling for a balance in Intellectual Property rights between the interests of users, creators and publishers. There are 6 key recommendations, including: DRM should not override users statutory right...
License. Licensed to colleges in Scotland only Licensed to colleges in Scotland only Copyright Scottish Qualifications Authority - Material developed by James Watt College. This publication is licensed by SQA to COLEG for use by Scotlands colleges as commissioned materials under the terms and conditions of COLEGs Intellectual Property Rights document September 2004. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the prior written consent of COLEG and SQA. Copyright Scottish Qualifications Authority - Material developed by James Watt College. This publication is licensed by SQA to COLEG for use by Scotlands colleges as commissioned materials under the terms and conditions of COLEGs Intellectual Property Rights document September 2004. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the prior written consent of COLEG and SQA. http://content.resourceshare.ac.uk/xmlui/bitstream/handle/10949/17761/LicenceSQAMaterialsCOLEG.pdf?sequence=1 ...
T-TIP is a proposed free trade agreement currently being negotiated between the European Union and the United States. United States International Law Jones Day 2 Jul 2015
CANADA - CHILE FREE TRADE AGREEMENT Section I: Live Animals; Animal Products Chapter 1 Live animals. Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Meat and edible meat offal. Schedule of Canada Index Fish and
... (CCRFTA) gives Canadian companies a competitive advantage in Central Americas most industrialized economy.
Australia and Hong Kong began talks to secure a free trade agreement, Australias trade minister Steven Ciobo said on Tuesday, that he said would focus on securing increased access for service providers and could be firmed up within a year.
AUSTRALIA & KOREA - The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) has welcomed the announcement by Trade and Investment Minister Andrew Robb that Australia’s Free Trade Agreement with South Korea (KAFTA) will come into force on 12 December 2014.
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The recent revolution in the field of biotechnology has triggered off another round of controversy between the developed countries of the North and the develop
The huge success of the Linux operating system, upon which millions of business users depend because it is more stable than Microsofts inflated offerings, was built upon foundations established by Linus Torvalds in 1991 and Richard Stallman of MIT in 1984. They did something which in the machine world view of many capitalist economists would be called irrational behaviour - they developed software and published the source code for it absolutely free of charge and open for the world to access and build upon. And build upon it people did - in droves, making it a growing threat to Microsoft which is currently doing its monopolistic best to crush the growth of Linux. Indeed the World Wide Web that made the revolutionary free flow of information possible in the first place was designed and given to the world for free by Tim Berners-Lee. While a software engineer at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics in Geneva, he developed a programme in 1980 that allowed files on his computer to be ...
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Kathleen Ruff, RightOnCanada.ca. The Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement (CUFTA) came into effect on August 1, 2017. It promotes and gives preferential treatment to trade between the two countries by removing tariffs and trade barriers. Among the products listed in the Agreement are asbestos brake linings, asbestos friction materials, asbestos-cement tiles and asbestos joints.. This completely contradicts the policy announced by the Trudeau government in December 2016 to ban the import of asbestos and asbestos-containing products into Canada by 2018.. A spokesperson for Canadas Minister of Environment & Climate Change (the Minister responsible for implementing the asbestos ban) told a Quebec newspaper that preferential access to the Canadian market provided by the free trade agreement is without prejudice to the right of Canada to restrict trade in certain products. "In all free trade agreements, the Canadian government retains the ability to regulate in the public interest, including the area ...
As has been remarked before, the U.S. economy is becoming lighter, with less weight of product per unit GDP. Alan Greenspan, in this presentation, characterizes the economy as becoming more "conceptual". He states, "as a result of the increasing conceptualization of our GDP over the decades, the protection of intellectual property has become an important element in the ongoing deliberations of both economists and jurists. Of particular current relevance to our economy overall is the application of property right protection to information technology…….If our objective is to maximize economic growth, are we striking the right balance in our protection of intellectual property rights? Are the protections sufficiently broad to encourage innovation but not so broad as to shut down follow-on innovation? Are such protections so vague that they produce uncertainties that raise risk premiums and the cost of capital? How appropriate is our current system--developed for a world in which physical assets ...
Companies have many assets to protect, such as cash, equipment, inventory, furniture, etc. But, one asset that is often overlooked is intellectual property (IP), such as trademarks, patents, copyrights, and trade secrets. In todays global economy, it is critical for business owners, executives, inventors, authors, and marketing professionals to identify their IP, take the steps necessary to protect it, and enforce their rights when appropriate.
Molly Kocialski, Director of the USPTO Rocky Mountain Regional Office, will be presenting on the importance of intellectual property for every startup, small business, independent inventor and entrepreneur from 1-3 p.m. Immediately after the presentation are openings for individual meetings from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Register for Presentation: HERE Register for one-on-one meetings: HERE
a187.book Page i Friday, August 13, 2010 9:51 AM Samsung SGH-a187 P O R T A B L E M O B I L E D U A L - B A N D P H O N E User Manual Please read this manual before operating your phone, and keep it for future reference. a187.book Page ii Friday, August 13, 2010 9:51 AM Intellectual Property All Intellectual Property, as defined below, owned by or which is otherwise the property of Samsung or its respective suppliers relating to the SAMSUNG Phone, including but not limited to, accessories, parts, or software relating there to (the "Phone System"), is proprietary to Samsung and protected under federal laws, state laws, and international treaty provisions. Intellectual Property includes, but is not limited to, inventions (patentable or unpatentable), patents, trade secrets, copyrights, software, computer programs, and related documentation and other works of authorship. You may not infringe or otherwise violate the rights secured by the Intellectual Property. Moreover, you agree that you will not ...
QUAD BAND EDGE Series SGH-D807 Portable Digital Telephone User Manual Please read this manual before operating your phone, and keep it for future reference. Printed in Korea Code No.: GH68-11340A English 07/2006. Rev. 1.0 Intellectual Property All Intellectual Property, as defined below, owned by or which is otherwise the property of Samsung or its respective suppliers relating to the SAMSUNG Phone, including but not limited to, accessories, parts, or software relating thereto (the "Phone System"), is proprietary to Samsung and protected under federal laws, state laws, and international treaty provisions. Intellectual Property includes, but is not limited to, inventions (patentable or unpatentable), patents, trade secrets, copyrights, software, computer programs, and related documentation and other works of authorship. You may not infringe or otherwise violate the rights secured by the Intellectual Property. Moreover, you agree that you will not (and will not attempt to) modify, prepare ...
Editors note: This is part II of a four-part series on intellectual property law. In part I attorney Gina Carter addressed how corporate officers can mitigate risk in copyright cases. In this presentation she does the same for trademarks and patents. Trademarks: Liability for officers and directors div,Intellectual,Property:,Are,you,an,infringer?,biological,advanced biology technology,biology laboratory technology,biology device technology,latest biology technology
Where do we come from? 1941 - Land lease deal with the USA, UK inter alia agreed not to patent its background IP in penicillin, radar (cavity magnetron), jet engines 1948 - To promote technology transfer from the public (primarily Defence Research establishments) to the private sector, National Research Development Corporation set up - supported work on hovercraft, semiconductors and carbon fibre - patents on interferon (NIMR,50s), cephalosporin (Oxford, 60s), pyrethrins (Rothamsted, 60s and 70s), magnetic resonance imaging (Nottingham, 70s) 1963 -
OTTAWA - Canada and the European Union failed to ink the final text of their long-sought free trade agreement this week after a series of familiar irritants reared their heads once more.. One of the obstacles to resurface was a disagreement over protection of intellectual property rights in the pharmaceutical sector, an EU briefing note says.. The setback could be politically damaging to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who has staked his governments reputation as ardent free traders on the potentially lucrative and wide-ranging agreement in goods and services with Europe.. The two sides reached an agreement in principle in October on the Comprehensive Trade and Investment Agreement, or CETA, after Harper jetted to Brussels for a high-profile signing ceremony with European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso.. More recently, there was much anticipation that a planned meeting in Paris this past Wednesday between Trade Minister Ed Fast and EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht would produce the ...
Preface xiii Acknowledgments xix. CHAPTER 1 Conflicts: Causes, Prevention, and Controlling Counterfeiting 1. In-House Enforcement Strategies on the Internet 2. Partnering with Outside Legal Counsel 6. Conclusion 11. Notes 12. CHAPTER 2 Electronic Discovery in Intellectual Property Cases 15. Electronic Discovery Process 16. Conclusion 31. Notes 31. CHAPTER 3 Controlling Patenting Costs 37. Defining the Objective 37. Deciding Where to File 39. Delaying Costs 42. Alternative Means of Protection 42. Proper Preparation 45. Logistics of Filing 47. PCT Formality Advantages 49. Avoiding Duplication of Effort 50. Prosecution Issues 51. Particular Issues in the United States 52. Particular Issues in the EPO 53. Particular Issues in Japan 54. Pruning the Portfolio 54. Licenses of Right 54. Conclusion 56. Notes 56. CHAPTER 4 Trademark Costs: Trimming the Sails in Rough Economic Waters 61. Evaluating and Organizing a Trademark Portfolio 63. Selecting and Clearing a New Trademark 66. Filing and Pursuing ...
Managing Intellectual Property magazine is published 10 times a year in print and online. MIP is a must read for professionals involved in copyrights, trademarks and patents. A directory of IP contacts is included in a yearly subscription.
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Who will win the CRISPR fight?. A patent battle between the University of California and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has cast a cloud over the ownership of the CRISPR gene-editing technology potentially worth billions of dollars. Bio-pharma companies, investors and researchers should use caution when navigating the complex intellectual property landscape.. CRISPR, an acronym for "clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats" relies on an enzyme called Cas9 that uses a guide RNA molecule to home in on its target DNA, then it edits the DNA to disrupt genes or insert desired sequences. Just like PCR was in the 1980s, CRISPR is a game changer in molecular biology. It is faster, cheaper and easier to use than any other gene-editing technology. Scientists in the 1980s noticed that bacteria had small blocks of palindromic DNA repeats with nonrepeat spacers of DNA interspersed between them. This pattern is an immune system known by the acronym CRISPR. The spacers match ...
Alphabet Incs self-driving car unit Waymo on Friday added a new patent claim to its intellectual property lawsuit against Uber Technologies Inc and requested a preliminary injunction to stop the ride-sharing service from using what it says is proprietary information, a court filing showed.
Dr. Brian Reese is a member of the Firms Life Sciences and Intellectual Property groups. He brings a strong knowledge of business and strategy to his practice. In addition to strategic intellectual property counsel, he also assists and advises his clients in the development of strong exclusivity propositions, including patent or other protection for their important assets, as well as in negotiating and closing transactions to monetize those assets. As a former stock analyst, he brings a unique perspective to his practice and understands many of the business realities that his clients face, as well as how intellectual property can help them achieve their goals.. Prior to joining Choate, Dr. Reese was a patent associate at a boutique intellectual property law firm in New York and prior to law school, he worked as a stock analyst covering the life sciences sector at an institutional investment firm outside of Philadelphia. ...
Tania Shapiro-Barr is a member of the Intellectual Property Group in Dykema's Minneapolis office. Her experience includes patent prosecution for medical devices, biotechnology, chemical and pharmaceutical patents.
Finnegan has advised biotech pioneers on every aspect of intellectual property, including patenting groundbreaking advancements, enforcing patents in litigation, and defending against claims of infringement or ownership by
Second, it is not the case that measures to cope with the dual use problem(s) would be the first instance in which biomedical scientists are faced with the problem of a conflict between the values that underlie the norms of open science and other important values. The norms of openness have never been absolute, nor should they be, because the values that underlie them are not absolute but instead must be balanced against other important values. Two examples should suffice to make this simple but crucial point: intellectual property and privacy protections for human research subjects. What sorts of items should count as intellectual property and how extensive the rights to control their uses should be are complex matters on which there is much disagreement; but if there is any room at all for intellectual property in the scientific research enterprise, then the norms of open science cannot be absolute, because intellectual property rules constrain the dissemination of knowledge by limiting ...
Second, it is not the case that measures to cope with the dual use problem(s) would be the first instance in which biomedical scientists are faced with the problem of a conflict between the values that underlie the norms of open science and other important values. The norms of openness have never been absolute, nor should they be, because the values that underlie them are not absolute but instead must be balanced against other important values. Two examples should suffice to make this simple but crucial point: intellectual property and privacy protections for human research subjects. What sorts of items should count as intellectual property and how extensive the rights to control their uses should be are complex matters on which there is much disagreement; but if there is any room at all for intellectual property in the scientific research enterprise, then the norms of open science cannot be absolute, because intellectual property rules constrain the dissemination of knowledge by limiting ...
The International Journal of Intellectual Property Management, from Inderscience Publishers, studies IP from the perspectives of business management, organisational principles, and government policies
The study noted the following indicators and behaviors of employees most likely to steal intellectual property: They often work in technical positions. Male employees, with an average age of 37, who work as engineers, scientists, managers and programmers commit most IP theft. A large percentage had signed IP agreements, which illustrates that policy, without employee comprehension and effective enforcement, is ineffective.. Usually, they already have a new job. About 65 percent of employees who committed insider IP theft had already accepted positions with a competitor or had launched their own company. About 20 percent were recruited by an outsider who targeted the data, and 25 percent gave the stolen IP to a foreign company or country, the study found.. They typically rely on technology to steal information theyre authorized to access. Internal IP thieves typically take data they know, work with and often feel entitled to. Most (54 percent) used a network-e-mail, remote access channel or ...
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The Intellectual Property Act 2014 received Royal Assent on 14 May 2014 and thus brings into force a number of changes to design and patent law in…
Im looking for some advice about whether I can negotiate intellectual property. I work for a company full-time and do freelance as well. I developed a web app for the company which is now of interest to some organisations we work with. With my companys full permission I may integrate this web app into these organisations systems with the theory that I charge for the implementation through my freelance work. Although the web app was built specifically for my employers, the entire concept and
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Notices and procedure for making claims of intellectual property infringement. Microsoft respects the intellectual property rights of third parties. If you wish to send a notice of intellectual property infringement, including claims of copyright infringement, please use our procedures for submitting Notices of Infringement. ONLY INQUIRIES RELEVANT TO THIS PROCEDURE WILL RECEIVE A RESPONSE.. Microsoft uses the processes set out in Title 17, United States Code, Section 512 to respond to notices of copyright infringement. In appropriate circumstances, Microsoft may also disable or terminate accounts of users of Microsoft services who may be repeat infringers.. Notices and procedures regarding intellectual property concerns in advertising. Please review our Intellectual Property Guidelines regarding intellectual property concerns on our advertising network.. Copyright and trademark notices. The Services are copyright © 2018 Microsoft Corporation and/or its suppliers, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA ...
Applicant: An inventor or joint inventors who apply for a patent of their own invention, or the person who applies for a patent in place of the inventor.. Board: The Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama.. Co-inventor: An inventor who is named with at least one other inventor in a patent application, in which each inventor contributes an idea to the conception of the invention that gives rise to at least one claim in the patent.. Commercialization: The process of preparing intellectual property (IP) for exploitation in the marketplace. Steps in the process include IP disclosure to the UAH Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC), assessment for patentability, patent prosecution, marketing, and licensing.. Conception: The time at which an inventor first thinks of an idea. A written document such as a well-maintained lab notebook is required to establish proof of a date of conception.. Confidentiality Agreement: A document in which a party agrees not to disclose proprietary ...
Request for the Establishment of a Panel by Indonesia [PDF 21 KB]. World Trade Organization. WT/DS467/15. 6 March 2014. (14-1346). Original: English The following communication, dated 3 March 2014, from the delegation of Indonesia to the Chairperson of the Dispute Settlement Body, is circulated pursuant to Article 6.2 of the DSU.. On 20 September 2013, the Government of Indonesia requested consultations with the Government of Australia pursuant to Article 4 of the Understanding on Rules and Procedures Governing the Settlement of Disputes (DSU), Article XXII of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994 (GATT 1994), Article 64.1 of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs Agreement), and Article 14.1 of the Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT Agreement) with respect to certain Australian laws and regulations that impose restrictions on trademarks, geographical indications, and other plain packaging requirements on tobacco products and ...
Panelists are sought for an international conference on "Intersections in International Cultural Heritage Law," to be hosted by Georgetown University Law Center (Washington, DC) on March 29, 2016. A recent spate of threats to cultural heritage, including in Syria, Iraq, Nepal, and Yemen, has led to increased focus on the scope of international law governing cultural heritage protection. This conference aims to convene panelists who will present papers that explore primary points of intersection between public international law and cultural heritage law. ...
The recent Alice decision from the Supreme Court threatens patents for many innovators working with computers, software, information, and knowledge-in short, the heart of the modern Knowledge Economy. By waving around the undefined word "abstract"-a word that the Court expressly refused to define-they have ruled that a major part of the economy is simply not eligible for patent protection. An article at the popular IP blog, PatentlyO, seeks to explain if not justify the Courts ruling. In "Alice, Artifice, and Action," Jason Rantanen elucidates the thinking of the Court as he explains that the problem with the invention in Alice is that ultimately, what it involved "is just information" and thus intangible or abstract, unworthy of patent protection. I recognize this is a widely held belief, but it is not based on modern science. Maybe superstition, but not science.. Its time for those in the IP profession to recognize what many scientists and engineers have long understood: that information is ...
Washington, D.C.. As a former Surface Warfare Officer in the United States Navy, John "Jay" Jurata is no stranger to keeping his cool in face of pivotal conflicts. This has served him well in his career as an antitrust trial attorney that has spanned nearly two decades. He has represented some of the biggest names in the technology industry, including Microsoft, Sharp, LG, Panasonic and Fujifilm. A partner in Orricks Washington, D.C., office, Jay is the leader of the firms Antitrust and Competition Group. His practice covers both U.S. and international competition law, with an emphasis on antitrust and intellectual property issues involving technology markets. He is a first chair trial lawyer with extensive experience representing clients in government investigations relating to monopolization and abuse of dominance, mergers and acquisitions, and high-stakes litigation. He currently co-leads Microsofts defense of an antitrust class action overcharge litigation in Canada seeking more than four ...
Im a patent lawyer located in central New Jersey. I have a J.D. from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. from Stanford University, where I studied graphite intercalation compounds at the Center for Materials Research. I worked at Exxon Corporate Research in areas ranging from engine deposits through coal and petroleum to fullerenes. An article that I wrote in The Trademark Reporter, 1994, 84, 379-407 on color trademarks was cited by Supreme Court in Qualitex v. Jacobson, 514 US 159 (1995) and the methodology was adopted in the Capri case in N.D. Ill. An article that I wrote on DNA profiling was cited by the Colorado Supreme Court (Shreck case) and a Florida appellate court (Brim case). I was interviewed by NHK-TV about the Jan-Hendrik Schon affair. I am developing ipABC, an entity that combines rigorous IP analytics with study of business models, to optimize utilization of intellectual property. I can be reached at C8AsF5 at yahoo.com.. View my complete profile ...
Delta Dental Insurance Company. The AARP Dental Insurance Plan is insured by Delta Dental Insurance Company (Contract 1230) in AK, AL, DC, DE, FL, GA, LA, MD, MS, MT, NV, NY, PA, PR, TN, TX, UT, VI and WV, by Dentegra Insurance Company (Contract 1230) in AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, ME, MI, MN, MO, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, OH, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, VA, VT, WA, WI and WY, and by Dentegra Insurance Company of New England (Contract 1230) in MA. The plan is administered by Delta Dental Insurance Company. For Texas residents your Master Policy Form number is TX-AMD-MC-DPO-D-DC(DELTAUSA1-2005). These companies are financially responsible for their own products.. AARP endorses the AARP Dental Insurance Plan, administered by Delta Dental Insurance Company. Delta Dental Insurance Company pays royalty fees to AARP for use of its intellectual property. These fees are used for the general purposes of AARP. AARP and its affiliates are not insurers.. ...
Copyright Transfer Policy. As a condition of publication in the GMSARN International Journal, authors are requested to assign the copyright of their article to the Greater Mekong Subregion Academic and Research Network in consideration of such publication. Please confirm your agreement to this by completing the Copyright Transfer Form below and returning the entire form to The Editor, GMSARN International Journal, GMSARN, c/o AIT, P.O. Box 4, Khlong Luang, Pathumthani 12120, Thailand; Office Tel: (66-2) 524-6537; E- mail: [email protected] All authors should sign the form, using separate copies if necessary or one author should sign the form on behalf of all authors. Should any further author(s) be added to this article while it is under consideration for the journal, the undersigned author(s) must secure the agreement of the additional author(s) to the transfer of copyright. Equally, this transfer of copyright will continue to apply if the title is changed before publication.. Anyone wishing to ...

Lights, camera, legal action: assessing the question of acting performance copyrights through the lens of comparative law. -...Lights, camera, legal action: assessing the question of acting performance copyrights through the lens of comparative law. -...

79) If Garcia were to get relief for her troubles, intellectual property law would not be the provider. (80) In its opinion, ... 2005) ("The [Intellectual Property] Clause authorizes the granting of a temporary monopoly over created works, in order to ... First, in its early history, the United States was not a large exporter of intellectual property and therefore did not have the ... 7) See, e.g, Brief of Amici Curiae Professors of Intellectual Property Law in Support of Google, Inc. and YouTube, LLCs ...
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Copyright Law of the United States | U.S. Copyright OfficeCopyright Law of the United States | U.S. Copyright Office

The Intellectual Property Protection and Courts Amendments Act of 2004 Appendix F:. The Prioritizing Resources and Organization ... The Copyright Office is responsible for registering intellectual property claims under all three. ... GATT/Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs) Agreement, Part II ...
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Most recent papers with the keyword Copyright infringement | Read by QxMDMost recent papers with the keyword Copyright infringement | Read by QxMD

Intellectual property has many of the characteristics of real property (houses, buildings, and so forth); intellectual property ... "Intellectual property" (IP) is a generic legal term for patents, copyrights, and trademarks, all of which provide legal rights ... Additionally, the owner of IP can prevent "trespass" on his property by others, though in IP this is referred to as ...
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International CopyrightInternational Copyright

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is the global forum for intellectual property services, policy, information ... International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) is an alliance of trade associations in the "copyright-based industries" of ... World Trade Organization (WTO) - Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement) ...
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In parallel, we recommend that the Small Claims procedure in the District Court be extended to include intellectual property ... and that a specialist intellectual property court also be established in the Circuit Court (section 4 of the Bill). We also ... Designs and Trade Marks be renamed the Controller of Intellectual Property (section 5 of the Bill). Moreover, we strongly ... for the Controller to implement that policy and to regulate and administer the States formal intellectual property ...
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... photographs and videos are considered to be the Intellectual Property of the website owner, whether copyrighted or not, and are ... photographs and videos are considered to be the Intellectual Property of the website owner, whether copyrighted or not, and are ...
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Intellectual PropertyIntellectual Property

1.3 Ownership of Intellectual Property. *Intellectual Property developed by University Personnel and related rights shall be ... Development of Intellectual Property. The university will make every reasonable effort to develop the Intellectual Property. ... The university may determine that it has an ownership right in the Intellectual Property but that the Intellectual Property has ... If the university accepts such Intellectual Property, that Intellectual Property becomes subject to, and shall be treated in ...
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Enforcing Intellectual Property RightsEnforcing Intellectual Property Rights

... Jean Olson Lanjouw, Mark Schankerman. NBER Working Paper No. 8656. Issued in December ... w4081 Innovation, Imitation, and Intellectual Property Rights. Lanjouw and Schankerman. w6297 Stylized Facts of Patent ... w6296 The Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights: A Survey of the Empirical Literature. ...
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Rethinking Intellectual Property Rights | TechdirtRethinking Intellectual Property Rights | Techdirt

If Intellectual Property Is Neither Intellectual, Nor Property, What Is It?. *Saying You Cant Compete With Free Is Saying You ... The world Intellectual Property organization (WIPO) now coordinates the working of Intellectual Property Offices (IPOs) of ... intellectual property. It: "believes that intellectual property is native to all nations and relevant in all cultures." That ... In this way, not as property proper but as a right, intellectual property found its way into Capitalist law, along with a host ...
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Intellectual property clearance - Apache IncubatorIntellectual property clearance - Apache Incubator

Intellectual property clearance. One of the Incubators roles is to ensure that proper attention is paid to intellectual ... property. From time to time, an external codebase is brought into the ASF that is not a separate incubating project but still ...
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Cardinal Intellectual Property Receives Privacy Shield CertificationCardinal Intellectual Property Receives Privacy Shield Certification

Cardinal Intellectual Property is the first intellectual property services company to receive certification under ... Cardinal Intellectual Property is the first intellectual property services company to receive certification under the new US-EU ... Cardinal Intellectual Property is the first intellectual property services company to receive certification under the new US-EU ... About Cardinal Intellectual Property Cardinal specializes in serving the unique needs of IP stakeholders, including inventors, ...
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Copyright, intellectual property & referencing - LibraryCopyright, intellectual property & referencing - Library

Copyright, intellectual property & referencing. Intellectual Property (IP) rights and copyright laws govern how you can use and ...
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Exhibition Intellectual Property - Horse Biology InteractiveExhibition Intellectual Property - Horse Biology Interactive

In this multi-user interactive, visitors can explore and learn how horses, see, hear, digest their food, and about the mechanical workings of their legs.
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Intellectual Property - how to articles from wikiHowIntellectual Property - how to articles from wikiHow

wikiHow has Intellectual Property how to articles with step-by-step instructions and photos. How to instructions on topics such ...
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Managing Intellectual PropertyManaging Intellectual Property

... magazine is published 10 times a year in print and online. MIP is a must read for professionals ... intellectual property, Ipsen Pharma. Gavin Lawson, senior manager, intellectual property, Gilead Sciences. Mark Chadwick, ... Maximin Gourcy, intellectual property manager, DS Smith David Lancaster, senior associate, Powell Gilbert 13:05 Lunch and ... Olivier Thirard, deputy legal director, intellectual property, Orange. Clemens Heusch, head of European IP litigation, Nokia. ...
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Students and Intellectual PropertyStudents and Intellectual Property

... own any intellectual property that they generate during their studies (refer provision 4 of the Intellectual Property Policy). ... to assign their intellectual property rights in the project outcomes to JCU, ... There are two situations where a student may be required to assign their intellectual property rights in the results of their ... Research Services Contract & Commercial Intellectual Property Students and Intellectual Property Ownership and Assignment. ...
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Domain names / Intellectual Property. Labeled as discuss in General Domain Discussion started by garptrader, May 31, 2018. ... They were presented as intellectual property. I took a quick look at the list of about 25 names and was appalled. They looked ...
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Gamasutra - Report: China opening intellectual property courtsGamasutra - Report: China opening intellectual property courts

229326 newswire /view/news/229326/Report_China_opening_intellectual_property_courts.php Loading Comments ... Bloomberg reports that China will open up new intellectual property courts to handle cases of IP violations. The first court, ... Report: China opening intellectual property courts November 3, 2014 , By Christian Nutt ...
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Intellectual property infringement - WikipediaIntellectual property infringement - Wikipedia

An intellectual property infringement is the infringement or violation of an intellectual property right. There are several ... types of intellectual property rights, such as copyrights, patents, and trademarks. Therefore, an intellectual property ... Code of non-infringement Intellectual property violation in the Peoples Republic of China Saisie-contrefaçon, in France World ... intellectual property infringement include: Fictitious entry, such as: Fictitious dictionary entry. An example is Esquivalience ...
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Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) is a monthly magazine published in English and specializes in intellectual property. It ... List of intellectual property law journals Managing Intellectual Property web site, About us. Consulted on December 14, 2006 ...
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Florida Intellectual Property Lawfirms & Lawyers | Nolo.comFlorida Intellectual Property Lawfirms & Lawyers | Nolo.com

Comprehensive list of intellectual-property Lawyers florida. Contact us today for a free case review. ... FLORIDA TRADEMARKS, COPYRIGHTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Certified Intellectual Property Lawyer Serving Clients in the Tampa ... Ormond Beach Intellectual Property Lawyers * Palm Bay Intellectual Property Lawyers * Palm Beach Gardens Intellectual Property ... Vero Beach Intellectual Property Lawyers * West Palm Beach Intellectual Property Lawyers * Winter Haven Intellectual Property ...
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Teaching of Intellectual Property. Principles and Methods. Edited by Yo Takagi World Intellectual Property Organization. Larry ... World Intellectual Property Organization. Mpazi A. Sinjela World Intellectual Property Organization. View list of contributors ... Teaching the economics of intellectual property rights in the global economy Keith E. Maskus; 8. Teaching intellectual property ... Teaching intellectual property for non law students Ruth Soetendorp; 11. Using the new technologies in teaching intellectual ...
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Here is an article by Dr.Joe Stiglitz on how intellectual property reinforces inequality by allowing patent owners to seek rent ... How Intellectual Property Reinforces Inequality 272 Posted by samzenpus on Monday July 15, 2013 @09:33AM. from the no-sir-I- ... Intellectual property rights are only put in place to encourage the creation of new creations, not to form an exclusive ... Intellectual property rights are only put in place to encourage the creation of new creations, not to form an exclusive ...
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  • Despite foundational differences in intellectual property philosophy between the United States and European countries, outlined in Part II, the United States' obligations under the Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances ("the Beijing Treaty") and Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works ("the Berne Convention" or "Berne") require that domestic intellectual property laws recognize rights of this sort. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • In accordance with the fundamental principles underlying intellectual property law and global trends, this Note will argue that this problem should be addressed by incorporating into the American intellectual property scheme an enumerated set of performers' rights and limited moral rights. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • 28) Ultimately, this Note will assert that such a limited recognition of intellectual property rights for performers and partial moral rights regime could reasonably be incorporated into American law to provide actors with legal support. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • Rather than analyzing the arguments in the Ninth Circuit's en banc opinion, this Note will explore the issues raised by Garcia in light of international intellectual property law. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • The press pre-dated the idea of a "copy right," and it is not irrelevant to point out that the recognition that there could be a property right in text, and a practice of paying royal ties emerged when the printing press reached a stage of development where it threatened the sovereign's hegemony. (cni.org)
  • High-stakes litigation is another mainstay of the Gibbons intellectual property practice. (gibbonslaw.com)
  • One-third of the attorneys who practice in the firm's Newark, New York, and Philadelphia offices are former chief patent counsel and vice presidents for intellectual property departments in major international companies spanning the life sciences, telecommunications, medical device, and other industries throughout corporate America. (gibbonslaw.com)
  • Intellectual property filing activity grew by 8.3 % for patents, 16.4% for trademarks, and 10.4 % for industrial designs in 2016. (wn.com)
  • Because not all intellectual property is as readily identifiable as a patent, we also assist companies in evaluating whether they are taking the appropriate steps to protect their intellectual property by identifying the intellectual property they should protect, advising on the appropriate forms of protection, and putting procedures into place to maximize protection. (gibbonslaw.com)
  • Presenting in-depth analysis and original empirical research, this book will strongly appeal to academics and students of intellectual property, international health, international political economy, international development and law. (e-elgar.com)
  • It is therefore important to establish clear policies regarding the ownership, commercialization and financial rewards resulting from the creation of such intellectual property. (murraystate.edu)
  • WIPO is also working on the harmonization of intellectual property laws. (wn.com)
  • This up-to-date book examines pharmaceutical development, access to medicines, and the protection of public health in the context of two fundamental changes that the global political economy has undergone since the 1970s, the globalization of trade and production and the increased harmonization of national regulations on intellectual property rights. (e-elgar.com)
  • They point out that, in many cases, intellectual property laws are very bad for the poor, and delays the growth of new ideas and technology. (techdirt.com)
  • We study the extent to which a country's strength of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) protection mediates knowledge spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). (repec.org)
  • For example, it is obvious that any system for tracking the flow of intellectual property, or the reverse flows of compensation, creates audit trails of metainformation . (cni.org)
  • Do Stronger Intellectual Property Rights Increase International Technology Transfer? (nber.org)
  • The Intellectual Property Department regularly interacts with our Corporate Department on various transactions, covering such areas as contract and joint development, transactional, licensing, and securities, as well as the intellectual property aspects of mergers and acquisitions. (gibbonslaw.com)
  • A new report from the Commission on Intellectual Property Rights goes even further in their description of the dangers of current intellectual property laws . (techdirt.com)
  • The report recommends that many developing nations not set up a similar draconian intellectual property system. (techdirt.com)
  • As a result, the Law on Amendments to Some Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on the Issues of Legal Regulation in the Area of Intellectual Property (the " Law ") was signed by the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan on 7 April 2015. (lexology.com)
  • Cardinal Intellectual Property is the first intellectual property services company to receive certification under the new US-EU Privacy Shield data transfer program. (prweb.com)
  • It probably comes as no surprise to most people that I think current intellectual property laws are poorly designed and more harmful to society than helpful. (techdirt.com)
  • Too many people seem to assume that current intellectual property laws must make sense. (techdirt.com)
  • Ensure you always have a complete view of the current and historical intellectual property landscape by investing in comprehensive, reliable information resources from CAS. (cas.org)
  • WIPO also has a very cool video cartoon series with Pororo the Little Penguin as a comic, where WIPO teaches basic intellectual property concepts to kids. (wn.com)
  • The stored program computer has changed the basic concepts of what intellectual property is about. (cni.org)
  • The university encourages research and scholarship and recognizes that intellectual properties may arise from the scholarly activities of the university. (murraystate.edu)
  • Visitors to the university who make Substantial Use of University Resources are considered as University Personnel with regard to any Intellectual Property arising from such use. (murraystate.edu)
  • Intellectual Property created by University Personnel who were employed specifically to produce a particular Intellectual Property shall be owned by the university. (murraystate.edu)
  • Bloomberg reports that China will open up new intellectual property courts to handle cases of IP violations. (gamasutra.com)
  • Intellectual property is granted similar protective rights as those granted to physical property, and the stealing of that property is regulated in the U.S. at the federal level. (intuit.com)
  • Until the computer, all other distributive mechanisms were merely mild disturbances to the idea that property rights could be physically controlled by control of the press, for the other mechanisms had similar features to the press in that the device, transmitter, record pressing plant, film duplicating machinery, etc., could be located in space, time, and pocketbook. (cni.org)
  • Intellectual property (IP) is a creation of the mind. (intuit.com)
  • Peter Blasi of CAS investigates the pros and cons of scientific intellectual property, specifically thinking about Markush structures and their complications under patent law. (cas.org)
  • We are confident that, with the assistance of the Gibbons Intellectual Property Department, our clients can make that business transition successfully, effectively, and cost-efficiently. (gibbonslaw.com)