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Comestibles aldor s.a

Executive Summary It is not common when a company like Comestibles Aldor S.A. opens itself to investors. Aldor is an extremely liquid company that is extremely successful and ambitious, but wants something more. It is the type of company that looks for something else, someone that is willing to put more than money into a […]

Pages: 56 Words: 16823 Topics: Chocolate, Major Depressive Disorder, Patent

Crystal Clear Coöperatie

Inleiding/voorwoord. Een schonere wereld, dat is waar wij, de Crystal Clear Coöperatie, naar streven. Een wereld waarin we allemaal schone lucht kunnen inademen en waarin we nog vele eeuwen goed en gezond kunnen leven. Wij van de Crystal Clear Coöperatie willen graag voorop gaan in de trend naar een schoon en veilig milieu, daarom pakken […]

Pages: 36 Words: 10942 Topics: Car, Economy, Electric Car, Patent, Salary
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Nanotechnology Patents

An Overview of Nanotechnology Patents: A European Perspective The future world will to a large extent consist of a knowledge based society. Intellectual property (IP) will play an important role in generating wealth and employment in that society. A general rule is that the more developed a country is the more stricter and secure for […]

Pages: 37 Words: 11082 Topics: Intellectual Property, Nanotechnology, Patent

Material subject to copyright protection

All of the material in this patent document is subject to copyright protection under the copyright laws of the United States and of other countries. The owner of the copyright has no objection to the facsimile reproduction by anyone of the patent document or the patent disclosure, as it appears in the United States Patent […]

Pages: 46 Words: 13699 Topics: Information, Patent, Prediction, Probability

Industrial Policy India

CHAPTER 3 THE REGULATORY FRAMEWORK 3.1 INTRODUCTION: THE PARADIGM SHIFT The industrial policy pursued in India for the first four decades after independence was based on the socialist school of thought that India embraced, partly to alienate itself from the colonial past and more so owing to the obvious achievements of the socialist movement in […]

Pages: 39 Words: 11762 Topics: Business Law, Contract, Copyright, Economy, Intellectual Property, Patent, Reserve Bank Of India

Human Genome | Sciences Dissertations

Human Genome Project: Legal, Ethical and Social Implications In this dissertation we consider the human genome project in its wider context. We take a brief overview of the aims, the working and the sequencing techniques used together with the timeline achieved. The ability to sequence genes has given a greater understanding of the human genome. […]

Pages: 32 Words: 9619 Topics: DNA, Gene Therapy, Human, Medication, Patent, Privacy, Scientific Method

Legal Action Against Unauthorised Importers

Legal Action Against Unauthorized Importers Case Summary China phone manufacturer Xiaomi can’t sell its MediaTek made phones in India since an ongoing patents case from Ericsson in the Delhi High Court. But other unauthorized dealers still import the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3G which runs on a MediaTek processor without Xiaomi’s permission. Ericsson’s lawyers told the […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1152 Topics: Patent

Protecting Intellectual Property

Contemporary issues in Business Protecting intellectual property Contents Introduction Protecting your trademark in UAE Register your trademark Patents Copyrights Trade secrets Probable violation issues and how to deal with them Conclusion Introduction Intellectual property is a legal term to describe special privileges relating to intangible assets (Robin, 2014). Some of the well-known IP kinds include […]

Pages: 7 Words: 1973 Topics: Copyright, Government, Intellectual Property, Justice, Patent, Social Institutions, Virtue

The Many Firms Involved In Globalization Business Essay

Globalization has made many firms to target India because it is one of the emerging market in the world. To enter Indian market is very challenging because of its diverse culture and political system. This dissertation is mainly concentrated on “Problems faced by western firms in Indian Economy”. Since there are many problems faced by […]

Pages: 24 Words: 7256 Topics: Copyright Infringement, Economy, Intellectual Property, Patent

Historical perspective of asian countries

As a part of our research we found that universities in different Asian countries had different degrees of autonomy to engage in contractual collaboration with the private sector. In Japan and Korea, State-owned universities were treated as part of the government and were not allowed to operate as independent entities and because of this unique […]

Pages: 10 Words: 2867 Topics: China, Intellectual Property, Patent, Public Policy, Research, Social Institutions, University

A Critical Analysis of TRIPS Standards Regarding PATENT Protection

  “Critical Analysis of TRIPS standards regarding PATENT protection” History of TRIPS TRIPS is an abbreviation of Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights. It is an international agreement between the member countries of the World Trade Organization (WTO). TRIPS agreement came after the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade(GATT) in 1994. The […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2264 Topics: Business Law, Common Law, Contract, Government, Intellectual Property, Justice, Patent

Biotechnological innovations and Patent Law

The issue of biotechnological innovations in many respects represents a substantial challenge to law.[1] The provisions in the European Patent Convention 2000(EPC) and the Biotech Directive are lacking in managing this challenge, in light of the fact that they are vague and can’t be utilized to reject indecent advancements. Opinions on patents in the field […]

Pages: 12 Words: 3479 Topics: Biotechnology, Genetic Engineering, Human, Innovation, Invention, Patent, Scientific Method

Prerequisite for comprehensive revelations in biotechnology patent application

PREREQUISITE FOR COMPREHENSIVE REVELATIONS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY PATENT APPLICATION INTRODUCTION A patent is a monopoly right that has been granted to a person who has invented a new and useful article; or an improvement to an existing one or a new process of making an article. The patent consists of an exclusive right to manufacture the […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2478 Topics: Business Law, Civil Law, Common Law, Invention, Monopoly, Patent, Property Law

Copyright Protection for Industrial Designs

Copyright protection for Industrial designs in India Introduction- In the present era of globalization, it is progressively obvious that the intensity of any undertaking relies on upon its capacity to advance its item and administration with a target to separate itself from its rivals or competitors in the business. It is normal for makers to […]

Pages: 7 Words: 1995 Topics: Act, Business Law, Common Law, Copyright, Design, India, Intellectual Property, Patent, Virtue

Copyright, Trademarks and Patents

Contents Introduction Copyright: The qualification of copyright protection: What is the length of copyright terms lasts of the South African Copyright Act.? Trademarks Patent: Copyright in an Existing case: Trademarks in an Existing case: Patent in an Existing case: The protection of product of designers: Process of protection intellectual property: Bibliography: Introduction The copyright laws […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2380 Topics: Act, Business Law, Civil Law, Copyright, Government, Justice, Patent, Plagiarism

Intellectual Property Law

Clients issue 1) Mr. Litt is currently having an issue with the Hartley’s firm, based on intellectual property. The Hartley’s firm is trying to reap off foxtons signage. A signage refers to the symbols, signs, or designs used in advertisement. From the images provided in the document, it is evident that Hartley’s is trying to […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1122 Topics: Business Law, Civil Law, Copyright Infringement, Intellectual Property, Justice, Monopoly, Patent, Property Law

Intellectual Property and Patent Law in Nepal

1. Introduction Inventions are the property of their makers. That means if someone expresses his/her idea or initiative, it is his/her property which is known as intellectual property. The word “intellectual property rights,” in accordance with the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property, 1994 ( hereinafter TRIPS), refers to the rights related to Copyright […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2004 Topics: Business Law, Civil Law, Common Law, Government, Intellectual Property, Patent, Social Institutions

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND PUBLIC HEALTH

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND PUBLIC HEALTH “My ideas of a better ordered world is one in which medical discoveries would be free of patents and there would be no profiteering from life or death”[i] – Indira Gandhi Intellectual property regimes are usually assumed to exert positive enticements on technological innovation. However, given the serious nature of […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1308 Topics: Government, Intellectual Property, Justice, Medication, Patent

Intellectual Property Concerns

Introduction In line with the advancement of technology in the field of medicine, there has been a great deal of discovery of human genome related genes and diagnostic methods. Patent law has encouraged inventors to patent their invention so as to avoid exploitation and promote innovation. However, these patents appear to be controversial and have […]

Pages: 14 Words: 4136 Topics: Intellectual Property, Invention, Patent, Research

Intellectual property law and modern society

Critically consider the extent to which the law of intellectual property meets the needs of modern society The following consideration of the intersection between the needs of modern society and intellectual property law will focus upon specific examples drawn from patent innovation and its legal protections, and various developments in copyright law. Patents The fundamental […]

Pages: 11 Words: 3205 Topics: Economy, Innovation, Intellectual Property, Patent, Research, Software, Trade

Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual Property Rights Intellectual property can be instrumental to the value of any business. The ability to protect a business or an individual’s ideas, inventions and original processes is something that is considered essential to many establishments, particularly those that rely on innovative ideas and products as their unique selling point. Intellectual property rights span […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2529 Topics: Business Law, Civil Law, Common Law, Intellectual Property, Invention, Monopoly, Patent

The Justification of Intellectual Property Rights

Most of the recent theoretical writing, justifying intellectual property rights consists of struggles among and within four approaches. These theories are commonly referred as labor, utilitarian, personality and social planning theory. The labor theory that currently dominate the theoretical literature springs from the propositions that a person who labors upon resources that are either unowned […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1554 Topics: Epistemology, Intellectual Property, Invention, John Locke, Metaphysics, Patent, Rights

How Adequately Intellectual Property Rights Protect the Position of the Creator

This essay will consider the topic of how adequately intellectual property rights protect the position of the creator, with whom those rights may reside. The essay will deal with four specific areas of this topic – (i) intellectual property patents; (ii) copyright; (iii) trade marks and (iv) industrial design law. The essay will deal with […]

Pages: 10 Words: 2882 Topics: Copyright, Intellectual Property, Monopoly, Patent, Property Law, Social Institutions, Virtue

What the U.S. Should Be Doing to Protect Intellectual Property

Introduction The article “What the U.S. Should Be Doing to Protect Intellectual Property” illustrated how one of the strongest and innovative country in the world (U.S.) struggled to find the correct balance between the exclusive right and public access to its knowledge. A huge amount of the U.S. government revenue was invested to encourage American […]

Pages: 2 Words: 615 Topics: Economy, Government, Innovation, Intellectual Property, Patent

Intellectual Property, Ethical Dilemmas, and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Intellectual property issues, alternative dispute resolution, and ethical dilemmas often affect corporations in how the corporation conducts business. Such is the case of Acme, Inc., a pharmaceutical company that received a patent for an immortality drug but had no plans to market the drug per the company’s president and Beta, Inc. another drug company that […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2071 Topics: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Intellectual Property, Mediation, Medication, Patent, Social Institutions

Viagra and Intellectual Property Rights in China

The company of Pfizer was founded by two German cousins, Charles Pfizer and Charles Erhart in 1849. These two men were based in Brooklyn at the time, selling chemicals from their offices. The first product that these cousins created was an anti-parasitic for treating intestinal worms. While there were other options for this medication on […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1624 Topics: Drugs, Intellectual Property, Medication, Patent

Ethical Dilemmas of Intellectual Property

The case regarding the companies Acme and Beta Inc. relate to patents. Patents are defined by the court as, “novel, useful, non-obvious and intangible ideas”, (Colonia, et al., 2005). These are inventions that must follow a set of guidelines and criteria subject to patent protections. Patents must be new inventions that provide the method or […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1675 Topics: Arbitration, Contract, Intellectual Property, Invention, Mediation, Ownership, Patent, Utilitarianism

Intellectual Property and Social Media

ABSTRACT: Social media has become an important object for the business. Increasing exposure and traffics are the main two benefits of social media. One of the main reason is no language barrier. Social media platforms help to connect with the customers, increase awareness and boost leads and sales. Social media is an effective key for […]

Pages: 9 Words: 2765 Topics: Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Facebook, Intellectual Property, Mass Media, Patent, Social Media

Intellectual Property Rights in the Digital Age

Ever since the digital age began intellectual property rights started to become more and more difficult to determine over time. Let along the fact that intellectual property rights were already difficult to handle in the first place before the digital age. To explain further I’ll first go into the features of an intellectual property and […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1102 Topics: Civil Law, Copyright, Government, Intellectual Property, Justice, Monopoly, Patent

Companies and Intellectual Property

Imagine today’s world without the beauty of technologies and innovations like smartphones, tablets, medical devices, medicines and cutting edge genomic therapies. Intellectual property laws such as copyright, patents, trade secretes and trademarks exist to protect several companies including technology company’s rights over their innovations and inventions. Rights over intellectual property make companies unique and distinct […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1360 Topics: Brand, Customer Satisfaction, Economy, Intellectual Property, Invention, Patent
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